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Dr. Rizwan Khan

Physiotherapist, Mumbai

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Rizwan Khan is a popular Physiotherapist in Parel West, Mumbai. He is currently associated with The Heal Institute in Parel West, Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Rizwan Khan on Lybrate.com.

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1st Floor, Parel Premises, Opp.Motilal Oswal, Parel West,Parel ST Bus Depot,Mumbai-25, MumbaiMumbai Get Directions
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What can we do when create pain in her backbone, she always suffer from this pain.

Bachelor Of Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist, Noida
What can we do when create pain in her backbone, she always suffer from this pain.
Hi you have osteophyte formation in your bone -pls go for bone density test. Calcium and uric acid -starts icing proper your pain area for 7-10 min daily -avoid prolong standing take care.
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Dear sir I'm suffered knee pain from two years I'm travel daily 10 kms by bicycle so please choose some medicines and tips also Thanks you.

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
Dear sir
I'm suffered knee pain from two years I'm travel daily 10 kms by bicycle so please choose some medicines and...
Tk calcium supplements and avoid strain. Put a towel roll under knee and press for 10 second then release repeat 10 time.
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When You Are in Significant Back Pain, Shall You Exercise or Not?

MPT, BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
When You Are in Significant Back Pain, Shall You Exercise or Not?

A severe, acute attack of low back pain will cause pain that is felt at all times regardless of the position adopted or the movements being performed. It is made much worse by sitting or rising from sitting and by bending forward.

If the pain is also much worse on attempting to stand or walk, and if you are unable to straighten up fully, it may not be possible for you to function, and bed rest is the only alternative.Recent research tells us that bed rest is not the best option for the treatment of acute and severe back pain and should be given for no more than two days. 

Those involved in that particular study,however, will perhaps alter that view if they ever personally experience a severe bout of the problem.In my experience, there are many patients in severe pain who require longer than two days of bed rest before ambulation is possible. 

Nevertheless, early activity, exercise and movement is desirable for those forced to seek bed rest, and a determined effort to stand upright should be attempted at an opportune time at least once each day.

I am 34 year old male and have pain in between thumb and 2nd finger, of left hand, from 4-5 days, I cannot pick up a bit heavy thing.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
I am 34 year old male and have pain in between thumb and 2nd finger, of left hand, from 4-5 days, I cannot pick up a ...
Do contrast bath therapy twice day Do hand & fingers stretches Do ball squeezing activity multiple times a day Do paper tearing activity, making small bits of paper with each finger ten times Start with light paper moving onto cardboard futher Do theraputty activities
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Simple Ways to Reduce Muscle Tightness

Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Bachelor of Physical Therapy
Physiotherapist, Hyderabad
Simple Ways to Reduce Muscle Tightness
How to reduce muscle tightenss?

Drinking plenty of water, often considered to be between eight to ten glasses per day, provides many benefits, including preventing and relieving tight and cramped muscles related to dehydration. However, tight muscles can have a variety of causes and might require dietary and lifestyle changes to adequately deal with.
Minerals, electrolytes and water are all needed for normal muscle tone and function. Calcium is especially important for contraction, magnesium is needed for relaxation, and water for firmness and electrolyte exchange.
Athletes commonly have tight muscles and also people who are under stress. Tight muscles lose their flexibility and might become painful to the touch. Mineral deficiency, especially magnesium, can lead to muscle tightness, twitching and maybe even restless leg syndrome at night. A lack of electrolytes, such as sodium, interferes with nerve conductance to muscle fibers and results in tightness and spasms. Poor blood circulation hampers the minerals, electrolytes and water getting to muscles, which can cause symptoms.

Most of us drink a lot of beverages but it has either caffeine or alcohol which can both lead to mild dehydration.

Simple ways to reduce muscle tightness

1. Drink plenty of water
2. Reduce caffeine and alcohol.
3. Eat bananas and foods rich in magnesium and use seasalt with food.
4. Do stretching exercises
5. Try massage to relieve pain from tight muscles.

If pain and tightness persists consult a health practitioner for evaluation and treatment.
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My legs joints are giving me pain when I sit down and stand up what should I do? Please advise.

FRHS, Ph.D Neuro , MPT - Neurology Physiotherapy, D.Sp.Med, DPHM (Health Management ), BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
My legs joints are giving me pain when I sit down and stand up what should I do? Please advise.
For pain do take ift and laser therapy for 10 days from neuro physiotherapist followed by bond strenghening exercises.
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Know The Best Ways To Treat Lower Back Pain!

MD, FIPP
Pain Management Specialist, Kolkata
Know The Best Ways To Treat Lower Back Pain!

Lower back pain is a household condition in today’s times. It has become a concern to reckon with, thanks to all the different job descriptions which require sitting for long stretches in front of desks and computers. This automatically puts a pressure on our lower back, resulting in lower back pain.

Symptoms
Lower back pain is actually a pain perceived in the lumbar region, which is situated below the ribcage. The spinal muscles, tendons, nerves and bones located in the lumbar spine experience severe pain which is referred to as lower back pain. Some of the major sources of lower back pains are:

  • The ligaments, joints or bones get damaged
  • Degeneration of the inter vertebral disc
  • Irritation in the long nerve roots which start from the lower back and extend to the legs can cause pain
  • Strain on the lower back muscles

Although with adequate rest lower back pain heals over time, seek advice from a doctor immediately if you have the following indications.

  • Sudden fever or a feeling of chill all over your body
  • Sudden weight loss
  • You experience weakness in legs
  • A problem in metabolic activities or improper functioning of bowels. You may feel unable to control your urine or have difficulties in bowel functions
  • A persistent and severe pain in the abdomen

Factors that put you at risk

  • If you are overweight
  • Maintain bad postures while sitting or standing
  • Follow unhealthy lifestyle habits such as excessive smoking or drinking coupled with a bad diet
  • Lift heavy items/weights in your work

Treatment
It is advisable to consult a doctor, if the lower back pain persists for a prolonged period. But if you have occasional bouts of pain, there are certain home remedies which you may follow:

  1. For a temporary pain relief, use a heating pad on the affected area. You may also take a warm bath. 
  2. Do light exercises and yoga helps to prevent back pain. One thing you must remember is that you must exercise according to your body weight and postures. 
  3. Medications can be used when pain affects daily life Interventional pain management like facet joint injection, SI joint injections, trigger point injections, epidurals helps in difficult situations when other options have failed.

Finally, bring in some change in your lifestyle, if you never want to experience any kind of lower back pain. Make exercises an indispensable part of your daily life, cut down on alcohol and quit smoking immediately. To top it all, try to follow a healthy diet. 

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Their is a dip developed in my right wrist, no pain but only dip developed, photo attached for reference, please check the same nd advice thanks.

FRHS, Ph.D Neuro , MPT - Neurology Physiotherapy, D.Sp.Med, DPHM (Health Management ), BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Their is a dip developed in my right wrist, no pain but only dip developed, photo attached for reference, please chec...
Do Take UST and laser Therapy for 10 days followed by strengthening exercise from Neuro physiotherapist best wishes
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Hi sir, I'm getting more tired and leg pains when I walk, how can I solve this? Bangalorebbbbb.

Merrithew Stott Pilates, Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist, Bangalore
Hi sir, I'm getting more tired and leg pains when I walk, how can I solve this? Bangalorebbbbb.
Goodevening I read your question. What would help you is to wear a knee cap. Start walking with your heel first. At home do a few exercises such as ankle toe movements. Pressing the knee down and the heel down a a towel in the lying down posuiton. You could have more of protein food and that will also bulid up your stamina.
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I met with an accident on 7th august. Mt xray report was saying minimal displaced medial tibial plateau. The gave me slab and said rest for 6 weeks with a lot of medicine. After my cast removed I am on PT. Things were improving but today I saw below my knee when I putted pressure with my hand it was little bit coming in and out. Dr. said we will have to take your MRI and CT Scan. He also said your ligament is broken we will have to operate your knee. I am really confused after two months they are saying this. Can someone help please.

MD PHYSICIAN
General Physician, Delhi
I met with an accident on 7th august. Mt xray report was saying minimal displaced medial tibial plateau. The gave me ...
Yes its possible to be associated ligament tear with medial tibial plateau fracture. MRI is taken to find out ligament injury. When a ligament (ACL or PCL) is completely torn or stretched beyond its limits, the only option is reconstructive knee surgery. Person who has knee pain or severe instability may choose to have it. But if the pain is not a problem, you may choose to skip the surgery and accept the risk of some lifelong instability in your leg. You may also opt for a custom-made brace.
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