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I am 32 year old I have main in my beck also pain in my head also my eye sight is low one eye 6/6 and second is 6/12 so that by this I have pain in my head in evening is that migraine or everything eles so please send me any suggestions for that.
Im a student. I used to play basketball in the 10th standard in school. I stopped playing for 2 years then. And now I started playing again. I'm having ankle pains. What could be the reason?
Hi doctor. I am posting this question for my friend. She is 22 years old and currently in bangalore. Shes extremely disturbed as shes in a very unstable relationship and can not seem to break away from it. Even If she decides to let go she somehow relapses back and does not seem to be happy about the relationship or about herself. Even continuous advice from friends does not help her. Is there any way to help her focus on herself rather than the boy through therapies? She is in need of help desperately. Pls help her. Thanking you
I feel more pressure on right leg while not on left leg when I walk I feels that all the pressure in right leg is it harmful? And if it is then how to maintain such pressure in both legs?
I'm 29yrs male & i've little pain in my left shoulder to arm, while I raise my had up I get a not tick sound pf bone & I feel my left arm is weak comparative to right arm.
Hello sir/madam I hav started running after 5-6 years and my legs are paining like hell knees also and below knees also its paining more that please help me to solve it. Thanks.
I am 63 years old and a diabetic for last 20 years. I have started slight pain in my right shoulder while some movement is done. This is a symptom of starting of frozen shoulder. 8 years ago I suffered this problem with my left shoulder. After 3-4 steroid injection and exercise this was cured. Now I do not want to take steroid injection. Please let me know what type of exercise needed to cure this? Is there any other medicine available for this?
I am a 34 Year male got knee injury. The mri finding are: ACL tear with smal tibial contusion And joint effusion. Does this need any surgery?
Sir, what is the reason for the pain in woman's right hand, over a month and still it pains frequently, what does it mean?
I am having pain in my left knee joint since last 2 days. The pain feels like the one usually feels when get hurt at the corners of any table. But I did not have any such incident. Please advice.
I am suffering from wrist pain for one year. What type of exercise can help me to get cureness from my wrist pain? Please help me.
Hi doc, I have been having shoulder, back and also chest pain together with bones of hands and legs that ache sometimes. Its 5 days now and no medication seems to work as the pain still remains. Its a mild pain that can only be noticed with movement of the body. Please assist.
I have pain in left hand shoulder joints and while walking sound comes between the joints. I have this problem for the past one month. I could not able to lift weight. Kindly suggest me the treatment.
Sir, I met with an accident and I am having ligament tear both acl & mcl please advise what should be done?
I am Dr Deepak Thakur, senior consultant of joint replacement surgery. My area of specialization includes joint replacements including computer navigations knee replacements.
When should we go for a knee replacement? Is there any particular age?
Well, today’s modern time age is not the criteria for undergoing a knee replacement surgery. Your level of pain, as well as your level of disability, decides when you should go in for a knee replacement. Most of the patients, they are very fearful.
Will there be a lot of pain during the surgery?
Well, with modern pain relieving medications and procedures, nowadays the knee replacement surgery is as pain-free as possible. Even the recovery part, it is a multimodal pain relief which we employ including epidural analgesia’s, patient control analgesia’s, patches and IV medication. Generally, the patient is pain-free, even during the surgery as well as post the recovery. The recovery part starts from the day of the surgery. On the day of the surgery, we make you do some exercises. The next day we make you stand and the second to third, we make you walk with the help of a walker and gradually as the recovery progresses with the help of a stick. We may even allow you to climb and come down from the stairs, depending upon your level of recovery. We generally, advice avoiding contact sports. By contact sports, I mean playing football hockey etc after knee replacement surgery. But most of the activities like swimming, cycling and doing brisk walking you are able to do it very efficiently. You are able to bend your knees after the surgery. Your knee replacement surgery consists of a metal implant which is there implanted in the thigh bone. This is your thigh bone. As well as a metal and a plastic implant
which is implanted on your leg bone. So, this again is your new knee. Of course, you will be able to bend your knees like this, straighten up your knees like this. You will be able to do your normal activities like bending. Your level of bending depends upon how well your leg muscles touch your thigh muscles. This will be the amount of bending that you will be having, which is generally equal to your preoperative status. So yes you will be able to bend and straighten your knees after your knee replacement surgery. You will be able to sit cross legged, but generally, we advise you to not sit cross legged because when you get up it puts a lot of pressure on the knees. But you can sit easily cross legged on the bed because getting up from a bed does not require a lot of pressure on your knees. We employ a computer navigation which is highly accurate even in few degrees. The life and with modern day implants is on an average 15 to 20 years.
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