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Replay Sports Physiotherapy, Mantralay

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Replay Sports Physiotherapy,Bodyrhythm Enterprises,Advent Building,Next to YB Chavan Auditorium,Near Mantralaya MUMBAI
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Replay Sports Physiotherapy, Mantralay Physiotherapist Clinic Replay Sports Physiotherapy,Bodyrhythm Enterprises,Advent Building,Next to YB Chavan Auditorium,Near Mantralaya MUMBAI
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We like to think that we are an extraordinary practice that is all about you - your potential, your comfort, your health, and your individuality. You are important to us and we strive to ......more
We like to think that we are an extraordinary practice that is all about you - your potential, your comfort, your health, and your individuality. You are important to us and we strive to help you in every and any way that we can.
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Replay Sports Physiotherapy, Mantralay is known for housing experienced Physiotherapists. Dr. Vaibhav Patil, a well-reputed Physiotherapist, practices in MUMBAI. Visit this medical health centre for Physiotherapists recommended by 43 patients.

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09:30 AM - 06:30 PM

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Replay Sports Physiotherapy,Bodyrhythm Enterprises,Advent Building,Next to YB Chavan Auditorium,Near Mantralaya
MUMBAI, Maharashtra - 400021
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Dr. Vaibhav Patil

Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Matrix Rhythemic Therepy, Athlete Biomechanics and sports analysis
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88%  (41 ratings)
7 Years experience
1200 at clinic
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Poses for stretching exercise

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Stretching exercises
Poses for stretching exercise
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Lower Back Stretches – Basic Exercises
Rotation in Lying
Lie on your back, knees bent, feet flat and together. Gently take both knees from side to side as far as possible pain-free . Repeat 10 - 20 times.
Lower Back Stretches - Rotation in Lying

Prone on Elbows
Begin lying on your stomach, then gently prop yourself up onto your forearms, keeping your back relaxed . Hold for 2 seconds, then slowly lower yourself down flat. Repeat 10 times provided the exercise is pain-free.

Knees to Chest
Lie on your back, knees bent. Take both knees towards your chest using your hands until you feel a mild to moderate stretch, pain-free . Hold for 5 seconds and repeat 10 times.

Side Flexion in Standing
Begin standing tall, back straight, hands by your sides. Gently lean to one side, sliding your hand down the outside of your thigh as far as possible pain-free . Repeat 10 times to each side.
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The iliotibial-band syndrome and rehabilitation exercises

I am 18 years old have back pain what should I do?

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I am 18 years old have  back pain what should I do?
Rest First, you should rest your back. This doesn’t mean weeks of bed rest. Resting your back for about 48 hours after an injury or after the first time you notice significant pain. After that, you can slowly increase your activity level. Getting up and moving as soon as spasms and sharp pains subside can help ease pain and stiffness. Ice order Heat Applying ice or heat directly to the area of low back pain can help to decrease swelling and inflammation, and ease your discomfort. Studies have found that heat may be more beneficial than ice, but both been shown to alleviate low back pain. Once the pain subsides consult your physiotherapists for a exercise routine to strengrhen your back and core muscles.
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I am having a back pain in my bones how will it get relief from this pain please tell me I am fed up with it.

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I am having a back pain in my bones how will it get relief from this pain please tell me I am fed up with it.
Rest First, you should rest your back. This doesn’t mean weeks of bed rest. Resting your back for about 48 hours after an injury or after the first time you notice significant pain. After that, you can slowly increase your activity level. Getting up and moving as soon as spasms and sharp pains subside can help ease pain and stiffness. Ice or Heat Applying ice or heat directly to the area of low back pain can help to decrease swelling and inflammation, and ease your discomfort. Studies have found that heat may be more beneficial than ice, but both been shown to alleviate low back pain. Once the pain subsides consult your physiotherapists for a exercise routine to strengrhen your back and core muscles.
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Good Posture

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Good Posture

1. Keeps bones and joints in the correct alignment so that muscles are being used properly.
2. Helps decrease the abnormal wearing of joint surfaces.
3. Decreases the stress on the ligaments holding the joints of the spine together.
4. Prevents the spine from becoming fixed in abnormal positions.
5. Prevents fatigue because muscles are being used more efficiently, allowing the body to use less energy.
6. Prevents backache and muscular pain.
7. Contributes to a good appearance.

To achieve good posture you will require the following:
1. Good muscle flexibility
2. Normal motion in the joints
3. Strong postural muscles
4. A balance of muscles on both sides of the spine
5. Awareness of your own posture, plus awareness of proper posture which leads to conscious correction.

With practise, the correct posture for standing, sitting, and lying down you will gradually replace your old posture.
Good Posture
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I am a 30 year old female. I have been suffering from severe ankle pain and left leg pain since 3 months. What I should do?

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I need to know a few details: 1. How did the pain begin? 2. Which part of the ankle does it pain? 3. On what movement does the pain aggrevate or increase? 4. On what position does the pain sudside?

My mom is 40 years old and she is suffering from joint pain what should she do.

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My mom is 40 years old and she is suffering from joint pain what should she do.
I need to know a few details: 1. How did the pain begin? 2. Which part of the joints does it pain? 3. On what movement does the pain aggrevate or increase? 4. On what position does the pain sudside?

I am 16 years old I am having back ache why should I do?

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I am 16 years old I am having back ache why should I do?
I need to know a few details: 1. How did the pain begin? 2. Which part of the back does it pain? 3. On what movement does the pain aggrevate or increase? 4. On what position does the pain sudside?

I am suffering from back pain from last 6 months. From last 2 months I am not able to walk, Dr. Asked me to do a mri lumbar sacral spine. Report is. Desiccated disk at L5-S1 level. Diffuse diskal protrusion at L5-S1 level effacing the anterior epidural fat and indenting the thecal sac. Superior migration of large right para-central diskal herniation atL5-S1 level reaching uptill mid level of L5 and causing extradural thecal and right radicular indentation. Doctors are advising for surgery. Please advice.

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I am suffering from back pain from last 6 months. From last 2 months I am not able to walk, Dr. Asked me to do a mri ...
Activation of core muscles will help to restore movements. Start with static back exercises, once the spasm is less, you will be able to move around and then gradual exercises with help you to strengthen your back.
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I am 25 yes old I'm suffering from back pain.

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I am 25 yes old I'm suffering from back pain.
I need to know a few details: 1. How did the pain begin? 2. Which part of the back does it pain? 3. On what movement does the pain aggrevate or increase? 4. On what position does the pain sudside?

I am 20 year old and I have backache.

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I am 20 year old and I have backache.
I need to know a few details: 1. How did the pain begin? 2. Which part of the back does it pain? 3. On what movement does the pain aggrevate or increase? 4. On what position does the pain sudside?

My age is 22 and I have a back pain from last 2 years what is the solution for back pain?

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My age is 22 and I have a back pain from last 2 years 
what is the solution for back pain?
I need to know a few details: 1. How did the pain begin? 2. Which part of the back does it pain? 3. On what movement does the pain aggrevate or increase? 4. On what position does the pain sudside?

I was a body builder I am 26 year old male and have a low back pain for last 2 years, I lifting a wait that time started this pain, I have MRI scan so many doctors I conceded, hes advice him for low back exercise but pain is any time is there please help save me my life sir /madam.

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I was a body builder I am 26 year old male and have a low back pain for last 2 years, I lifting a wait that time star...
Will need to see the mri scan for detailed eveluation and then we can put you on a thorough rwhabilitation program and help you get better.
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I am having shoulder pain. What should I do?

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I am having shoulder pain. What should I do?
I need to know a few details: 1. How did the pain begin? 2. Which part of the shoulder does it pain? 3. On what movement does the pain aggrevate or increase? 4. On what position does the pain sudside?

I am a 25 year old male and have backache for last 2 months. What should I do?

Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Athlete Biomechanics and sports analysis, Matrix Rhythemic Therepy
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I am a 25 year old male and have backache for last 2 months. What should I do?
Get your posture assessed. Most of the backaches have a postural root cause. Get it corrected and exercise to strengthen the right posture.
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