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Dr. Anuradha Sharma - Physiotherapist, Noida

Dr. Anuradha Sharma

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MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT

Physiotherapist, Noida

10 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Anuradha Sharma 91% (15234 ratings) MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT Physiotherapist, Noida
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Main DR Anuradha Sharma, "At my Physiotherapy laser clinic" se aaj bones, muscle, nerves injury pe baat kar rahe hai. Generally, humne dekha hai ki kuch reasons ki wajahs e in saari cheezo me injuries paayi jati hai. Jese Neurological disoders hote hai, spinal injury, gym, daily activities, sports etc. humare in parts ko injured karte hai. To aaj hum in injuries ko heal karne ke treatments ke baare me baat karenge.

Jo major cases hai jese ki chronic and acute injuries, Acute injury jaldio heal hojati hai jabki chronic injuries ko heal hone me time lagta hai.

Physiotherapy me bohot sare treatments hai. JO chrnic injury heal nahi hopaati hai jese ki muscular pain, wo log ek baarlaser treatmentko zarur try kare kyuki usse bohot help milti hai. Aur daily activities me bhi improvement hota hai.

Ap mujhe Lybrate ke through contact kar sakte hai physiotherapy ke liye. Aur aap treatment ke baad nromal life jee sakte hai,day to day activity enjoy kar sakte hai.

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Practicing in Noida, Dr. Anuradha Sharma is a physiotherapist and also a well-known cardiovascular and pulmonary physiotherapist. She has over 9 years of experience in the field. Dr. Anuradha Sharma currently practices at the Admire Physiotherapy Laser Clinic, Noida. In addition to holding a BPTh/BPT from the University of Allahabad, she also holds an MPTh/MPT in cardiovascular and pulmonary physiotherapy. Dr. Anuradha Sharma's specialities and treatments include Electrical Stimulation, Heat Therapy, Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS), Range Of Motion Exercise, Strengthening Exercise, Soft Tissue Mobilization, Traction, Joint Mobilization, Cryotherapy/Cold Therapy, Sports Physical Therapy, Gait (Walking) Training / Assistive Device Training, Spondylitis, Musculoskeletal Injury Physiotherapy, Ergonomic Training and Postural Training. Dr. Anuradha Sharma's memberships include Indian Association of Physiotherapist. She is highly respected by her peers and she has been able to treat many of her patients for sports injuries. With over 9 years of the journey as a dermatologist, Dr. Anuradha Sharma's is considered one of the best physiotherapists in Noida. She has the highest rating among her patients and is well versed in English and Hindi. Her fees come to INR 400 at the Admire Physiotherapy Laser Clinic, Noida. An appointment with her can be easily booked online.

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MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy - Kailash Institute - 2014
BPTh/BPT - Prakash Institute,Noida - 2008
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Physiotherapist at Admire Physiotherapy Laser Clinic
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Burning Foot Cause And Treatment

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
Burning foot pain is a common complaint, usually as a result of damage to the nerves of the foot or leg.  It may develop due to an injury or medical condition either of which can cause compression of the nerves.

Our nerves are the structures that carry messages to and from the brain. They tell our muscles when and how to work and are responsible for sensation including pressure and temperature. Damage to the nerves affects how these signals are transmitted.

Burning type symptoms may be constant or come and go, vary in intensity and be accompanied by other sensations such as pins and needles or numbness. It all depends on what is causing the problem.

Causes of Burning Foot Pain

Accurate diagnosis of burning foot pain is vital to ensure appropriate treatment is started as soon as possible to prevent further damage.

Here we will look at the most common causes of burning pain in feet, how they present, what causes them and how they are treated.

1) Neuropathy


What Is It:Peripheral neuropathy is caused by damage to the nerves in the leg or foot, anywhere along their path from the spine down to the feet.  It is the most common cause of burning pain in feet

Causes: Various medical conditions e.g. diabetes, injury e.g. fractures, infections e.g. shingles or medication.  In approximately 30% of cases the cause is unknown

Symptoms: Burning foot pain often accompanied by weakness, altered sensation e.g. pins and needles ornumbness, altered balance and co-ordination.  It tends to affect both feet at the same time.  Symptoms may come and go or get progressively worse


Treatment:  Treatment will vary depending on the specific cause of the peripheral neuropathy.  To find out more, visit the Foot Nerve Pain section

2)  Morton’s Neuroma


What Is It: Thickening of the soft tissues surrounding one of the nerves in your foot

Causes: Anything which places pressure on the foot such as abnormal foot position, repetitive high-impact activities e.g. running or poor fitting footwear e.g. narrow shoes or high heels

Symptoms: The most classic symptom is that it feels like you are standing on a pebble.  This may also be associated with burning foot pain in the ball of your foot and toes and numbness


Treatment: Rest, ice, anti-inflammatory medication, good-fitting shoes (preferably wide and flat), orthotics, injections, surgery

3) Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD)

What Is It: Obstruction of the large arteries of the extremities (i.e. those not around the heart or brain) which limits blood flow.  Also known as peripheral artery disease (PAD)

Causes: Atherosclerosis (thickening of the artery wall), stenosis (narrowing of the artery) or a blood clot.  Prevalance increases with age

Symptoms: Burning foot pain especially when walking, weakness, muscle cramp, sores or ulcers, changes in skin colour (usually blue/purple), decreased hair and nail growth.  May affect one or both feet.  Symptoms usually get worse with activity and improve with rest


Treatment: Treatment aims to control the symptoms and stop progression of the disease.  It usually involves modifying your lifestyle such as regular exercise, stopping smoking and a healthy diet, treatment of associated conditions such as diabetes, medication and in some cases surgery

4)  Metatarsalgia


What Is It:Irritation and inflammation of the metatarsal foot bones and surrounding soft tissues

Causes: Overuse (e.g. lots of walking/running), repetitive stress, muscles weakness and tightness, poor-fitting footwear, abnormal foot position e.g. bunions, stress fractures, gout

Symptoms: Burning foot pain in the ball of the foot, most commonly under the big toe, worse with standing or walking.  Tends to come on gradually over time rather than suddenly


Treatment: Rest, ice, exercises, orthotics e.g. metatarsal pads, medic

Ankle Strength Exercises

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
Ankle Strength Exercises

As soon as it doesn’t hurt too much to put pressure on the ball of your foot, start stretching your ankle using the towel stretch. When this stretch is easy, try the other exercises. Towel stretch: sit on a hard surface with your injured leg stretched out in front of you. Loop a towel around your toes and the ball of your foot and pull the towel toward your body keeping your leg straight. Hold this position for 15 to 30 seconds and then relax. Repeat 3 times. Standing calf stretch: stand facing a wall with your hands on the wall at about eye level. Keep your injured leg back with your heel on the floor. Keep the other leg forward with the knee bent. Turn your back foot slightly inward (as if you were pigeon-toed)

 Slowly lean into the wall until you feel a stretch in the back of your calf. Hold the stretch for 15 to 30 seconds. Return to the starting position. Repeat 3 times. Do this exercise several times each day. Standing soleus stretch: stand facing a wall with your hands on the wall at about chest height. Keep your injured leg back with your heel on the floor. Keep the other leg forward with the knee bent. Turn your back foot slightly inward (as if you were pigeon-toed). Bend your back knee slightly and gently lean into the wall until you feel a stretch in the lower calf of your injured leg. Hold the stretch for 15 to 30 seconds. Return to the starting position. Repeat 3 times.

Ankle range of motion: sit or lie down with your legs straight and your knees pointing toward the ceiling. Point your toes on your injured side toward your nose, then away from your body. Point your toes in toward your other foot and then out away from your other foot. Finally, move the top of your foot in circles. Move only your foot and ankle. Don't move your leg. Repeat 10 times in each direction. Push hard in all directions.

Resisted ankle dorsiflexion: tie a knot in one end of the elastic tubing and shut the knot in a door. Tie a loop in the other end of the tubing and put the foot on your injured side through the loop so that the tubing goes around the top of the foot. Sit facing the door with your injured leg straight out in front of you. Move away from the door until there is tension in the tubing. Keeping your leg straight, pull the top of your foot toward your body, stretching the tubing. Slowly return to the starting position. Do 2 sets of 15. Resisted ankle plantar flexion: sit with your injured leg stretched out in front of you. Loop the tubing around the ball of your foot. Hold the ends of the tubing with both hands. Gently press the ball of your foot down and point your toes, stretching the tubing.

Return to the starting position. Do 2 sets of 15. Resisted ankle inversion: sit with your legs stretched out in front of you. Cross the ankle of your uninjured leg over your other ankle. Wrap elastic tubing around the ball of the foot of your injured leg and then loop it around your other foot so that the tubing is anchored there at one end. Hold the other end of the tubing in your hand. Turn the foot of your injured leg inward and upward. This will stretch the tubing. Return to the starting position. Do 2 sets of 15.

Resisted ankle eversion: sit with both legs stretched out in front of you, with your feet about a shoulder's width apart. Tie a loop in one end of elastic tubing. Put the foot of your injured leg through the loop so that the tubing goes around the arch of that foot and wraps around the outside of the other foot. Hold onto the other end of the tubing with your hand to provide tension. Turn the foot of your injured leg up and out. Make sure you keep your other foot still so that it will allow the tubing to stretch as you move the foot of your injured leg. Return to the starting position. Do 2 sets of 15.

Cause And Treatment Of Body Pain

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
Cause And Treatment Of Body Pain

Body Pain

Pain is an unpleasant sensation in the body that is triggered by the nervous system. The onset of body pain can occur suddenly or slowly, depending on many factors, (e. G. Environmental, biological, emotional, cognitive, etc.) each individual is the best judge of the severity and frequency of his or her body pain.

Types of body pain & causes of body pain
There are generally two types of body pain: acute pain and chronic pain.

Acute body pain
Acute body pain results from an illness or event, such as injury or surgery. It generally occurs suddenly, then gradually diminishes or stops on its own or with medical treatment. Acute pain can range from mild to severe, and may last for weeks or months. If treated properly, acute body pain will subside within six months. If left untreated, acute pain may lead to chronic pain.

Chronic body pain
Chronic body pain is pain that persists over time and may have no apparent cause, even after an injury has healed or an illness has subsided. Chronic pain can persist for weeks or even years. Sufferers of chronic pain may find it debilitating, resulting in loss of sleep and inability to function normally.

Important: if you or someone you know suffers from acute or chronic body pain, make sure to see a medical professional for diagnosis and treatment options. Medication should be used as directed.

How common is back pain?
According to the centers for disease control and prevention, back pain is second only to headache as the most common medical complaint in the united states, and is the second leading cause of missed workdays. Each year, 80% of adults below age 50 experience back pain at least once, and the majority will have multiple occurrences. Back injury is the number one occupational hazard in the u. S.

Back or body pain can have any of a number of causes
In addition to causing acute pain, some of these things can also cause more serious back injuries that require medical attention. Causes include ligament or muscle strains or sprains, muscle spasms, or arthritic or swollen joints.

Things that can cause strains, sprains, or spasms include:

  • Poor posture
  • Poor physical condition
  • Using muscles, ligaments, or joints for activities for which they're not conditioned or of which they're not capable
  • Excessive or improper lifting
  • Sudden awkward movements, like lifting or twisting too quickly
  • Overly strenuous physical activities

Degeneration of the spine, which often occurs with aging, can contribute to lower back pain, and may often lead to more serious conditions such as spondylosis (arthritis of the spine) or spinal stenosis (narrowing of the space around the spinal cord and nerve roots due to arthritis and bone overgrowth). If you think you may be suffering from more severe back pain, talk to your doctor.

Preventing back and body pain - you can find pain relief
Back and body pain may be reduced or prevented by eating a proper diet, managing weight, and increasing muscle flexibility and strength through exercise and physical conditioning. Even low-impact physical activities, such as walking or swimming, may help prevent body pain by increasing strength, flexibility, and endurance.

Some tips to promote back and body health and help prevent body pain:

  • Maintain good posture when sitting and standing
  • Use your legs to lift heavy objects
  • Carry heavy objects close to your body, and turn with your legs and not your waist to change direction
  • Maintain a healthy body weight. Excess weight can tax the body's muscles, especially the back muscles
  • Sleep on your side with bent knees. Consult your doctor about how firm your mattress should be
  • Acute back or body pain usually stops on its own or with body pain treatment.

Treating back and body pain — some suggestions:

  • Get plenty of rest, but don't stop moving. Especially with back pain, prolonged bed rest can actually make the condition worse. Generally, light activity can help treat body pain.
  • Cold/heat treatment — apply ice or a cold compress to the affected area for 15-20 minutes several times a day until spasms and acute body pain subsides. Then apply warm, moist heat (such as hot compresses or warm baths) to loosen tight muscles
  • Pain relievers — over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen or aspirin can be effective body pain treatments for individuals with back and body pain.

Knock Knee And Bow Legs Corrections Without Surgery

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
Knock Knee And Bow Legs Corrections Without Surgery

Knock knee and bow legs is a condition in which your legs appear bowed out that means that your knees stay wide apart and your ankles are together and knock-knee is the condition in which the knees angle touch to one another, commonly called valgus and varus deformities. 

Causes of bow legs and knock-knee genetic are due to rickets and arthritis deficiency of vit D and other nutritions, abnormalities, muscle imbalances, which can cause these deformities which results in excessive hip-knee-ankles. These deformities can affect various joints of the body including the knee, ankle, hip and spine. We take different treatments to prevent this, like painkillers, knee brace, exercise splint and finally surgery. If you want to correct this deformity without any surgery with laser treatment and other specific exercises then you can contact us.

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I am 25 years old and experiencing back pain. I hve also got the x-ray done. But nothing cane in that. Doctor advised me to take pain killer for 30 days. I avoid medicines. I tried for yoga but due to hectic schedule and shift change job I was not able to continue with yoga. Seeking for good advice.

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
I am 25 years old and experiencing back pain. I hve also got the x-ray done. But nothing cane in that. Doctor advised...
Hot fermentation for 15 minutes with rest time. Stretching exercises of spine. Avoid long sitting. Meet physiotherapist.
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Hello, I'm 57 years old and obese. For me now, walking is the only exercise that I can do as I have tried yoga but my lower back pains a lot if something goes wrong and I'm bed ridden from the last 4 to 5 days.

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Physiotherapist, Noida
Hello, I'm 57 years old and obese. For me now, walking is the only exercise that I can do as I have tried yoga but my...
now tk physiotherapy treatment for few days it will cure. avoid yoga next Time do gradually if you want
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I am suffering from knee pain since last 2 year. I have arthritis and I am looking for treatment to get relief from it. Sometimes I can't even walk due to extreme pain. Is knee transplant the only option.

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Physiotherapist, Noida
I am suffering from knee pain since last 2 year. I have arthritis and I am looking for treatment to get relief from i...
no you can try physiotherapy treatment and quadriceps exercises. if it work then ok otherwise you can think about transplant.
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Suffering from back pain and snoring issues from a year, snoring gets louder in winter.

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Physiotherapist, Noida
Suffering from back pain and snoring issues from a year, snoring gets louder in winter.
Meet physiotherapist. Stretching exercises of spine and legs. Posture corrections must. Avoid computer work and toward bending.
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