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Dr. Shammi Patel - Orthopedist, Surat

Dr. Shammi Patel

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MS - Orthopaedics

Orthopedist, Surat

28 Years Experience  ·  300 - 500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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Dr. Shammi Patel 92% (163 ratings) MS - Orthopaedics Orthopedist, Surat
28 Years Experience  ·  300 - 500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr. Shammi Patel is one of the best Orthopedists in Anand Mahal Road, Surat. He has been a practicing Orthopedist for 28 years. He is a MS - Orthopaedics . You can consult Dr. Shammi Patel at Krupa Trauma & Orthopaedic Hospital in Anand Mahal Road, Surat. Book an appointment online with Dr. Shammi Patel on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MS - Orthopaedics - Veer Narmad South Gujarat University - 1990
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Gujarati
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Gujarat Orthopaedic Association
South Gujarat Orthopaedic Association
Bombay Orthopaedic Society
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Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Ahmedabad Medical Association
Rander Adajan Doctors Club

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Block-A/202, Shreeji Arcade, 2nd Floor, Above Titan Show Room, Behind Bhulka Bhavan School, Anand Mahal RoadSurat Get Directions
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I had ACL reconstruction surgery one week ago my doubt is is it permissible to shake the leg and to walk and to journey.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
I had ACL reconstruction surgery one week ago my doubt is is it permissible to shake the leg and to walk and to journey.
Kindly consult your operating doctor for your querry. Shaking leg is not allowed and Walking is also not allowed. So it is better to avoid journey also as it may give rise to swelling.
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I have a random pain in right lower back since last more than a month. I did not take medicine. I gave few gastritis issues also during these days.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
I have a random pain in right lower back since last more than a month. I did not take medicine. I gave few gastritis ...
Consult Orthopaedic surgeon and have X-ray of LS Spine AP and lateral done. In the mean time, Avoid Bending, Avoid sitting cross-legged, do hot fomentation (if non-diabetic).
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Having pain in bottom left portion of thigh above left knee, having this issue since one year ,consulted many doctors all did x-ray everything ok, I was on medication for some time. Now the pain started again and bothering my daily routine.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
Having pain in bottom left portion of thigh above left knee, having this issue since one year ,consulted many doctors...
Consult Orthopaedic Surgeon, have repeat X-ray done. If normal, go for CT Scan of Femur bone. In the mean time you may take Dispirin (if you have no acid-peptic disease.
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Hello I am 18 years old boy. One day while going to college I was driving slowly my Scotty a another side came with a speed of 120kmph and I seeing stopped he can not control he cutted my side from sideways like I was stopped my legs touched on roads hes Scotty went crashing my left side and hence my left leg. Now they ran away I was stopped I stood up from seat and saw my leg it was paining but first I thought it might ve been just a little scar I gave paper later walked upwards balcony through stairs and came home now it was paining so much it was huge injury. I went to local doc he saw the leg and gave tt injection and also he gave it telling my sleeping on sofa (not bed) where I had to press my foot upwards area on wood in pain anyways then. He gave meds which I didn't took I thought painkillers, my mom applied turmeric powder Then I went to government hospital next day where we took xray of foot (no injury to foot but was paining getting cramps on injury, injury is above foot area ending of leg above foot little bit high area there) He said normal foot x-rays and told take xray of leg where injury is wrong invest so we again went and took x-rays of injury above foot area, he saw digitally and told no crack its swelling he gave meds which I took. For 3 days as he gave and told to do dressing and weak bandage (and yes local doc also gave dressing done and tube to apply for microorganisms to kill) not I did dressing there and weak bandage done which I removed next day only because I wasn't ABLE to squat and poop so. So I took tt injection first from local doc then govt host. Doc. Meds for 3 days Now week passed and still the injury wasn't fully recovered so my father took me to private hospital doc. Ortho. Doc MD he saw he said Don tell me about accident just show me injury I really got disponted with this anyways he saw injury he said swelling due to injury he gave meds and my father said xray to take he said on take extra 700rs for that we toom another 2 x-rays of the injury leg be said minor crack not to worry Now I took meds of him for 5 days he gave from 10 days but within 4 days only whole injury got recovered I mean it was now not paining and whitish layer formed on injury like half skin white so _first black came "khipli" which I removed after 3 days it was whole dried (I attach ed picture of the injury now) Now the Main problem Days passed I noticed (see we took total 6 xray of that leg) 4 in gov hospital 2 of foot and 2 of leg where injury and 2 in private hospital after days total 6 x rays. Now days passed I noticed lumps on my leg two lumps one big just opposite of the the injury (same leg) and one small lumo near foot end (same leg) it feels to hand big lump and small lump same leg, applied ice waited for 3 days. No change same lumps big and thick So went to doc said him injury got recovered but now there are two lumps he saw and gave two new meds and scolded me for why not took the meds I gave earlier for 10 days and took only for 5 days now he gave only 5 meds for 15 days I guess The meds he gave for lumps are anti swelling meds (told me to take two times one in morning and another one in morning after eat and same in night and night after eat) Meds are: HIFENAC - P (aceclofenac and paracetamol tabs) before food two times day and night and after food day and night. And CHYMEX FORTE (CHYMOTRYPSIN TABS) before food ONE AND AFTER FOOD ONE two times day. I took this meds for 4-5 days todays 6th day I guess same as he told and still the lumps have not dissolved or gone Same I am scared of this could it be a serious issue please help am just 18 its not my (0 fault of my in accident all I had to suffer because of the two guys they hit me because of there speed):(please help me Injury (recovered half) itch some time I itch it from side ways not itching the injured part I have attached images of my injury now and lumps (if visible in photo taken) Thanksgiving.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
Hello I am 18 years old boy. One day while going to college I was driving slowly my Scotty a another side came with a...
Hi lybrate-user, Accident is not your fault. But what you did after that may be. Sometimes X-rays cannot diagnose all injuries. You may get CT Scan and blood reports after consulting Orthopaedic Surgeon. Your injury might be more of a Soft tissue crush injury. This is not evident on X-ray. The two bumps are the places where you received injuries. A pressure bandage, rest, antibiotics may work for you after ruling out any Infection (blood investigations). Proper treatment and for proper duration is a must after proper diagnosis.
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I am 25 years old female. I am having pain in my knees including the upper muscle also of the knee. I feel pain only when I am sitting only on feet and I have to get up (also while doing squats). Please suggest what should I do. The pain is getting more and more worse.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
I am 25 years old female. I am having pain in my knees including the upper muscle also of the knee.
I feel pain only ...
Hi lybrate-user, A 25 year old female having pain in knee, should not squat on the floor and should not sit cross-legged for at least one month. Get X-rays done and consult Orthopaedic Surgeon for further guidance.
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My hand fracture near rest. Now Dr. Put p o p. What preeccatio I haven't to take.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
keep plaster for duration prescribed by your doctor. Do not do rotation. You are on Dialysis so no strong painkillers. Continue treatment for associated disorders(Acne/Pimple at 65 years?).
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I am 24 years old girl and I am having back pain and pain in hand joints since 1 week and also light headedness after eating eggs and dal I had blood in stool also I have blood in stools since past 6 years but since 6 months I wasn't having any but now today again and also I feel tired ways and have cold since two days.Please suggest me for getting cure of cold.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
HI lybrate-user, Kindly do blood reports and urine reports. Blood in stools might be because of piles or painkiller medicines. Kindly consult Orthopaedic surgeon or Rheumatologist and he will guide you for your treatment.
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Suffering From Arthritis? 6 Foods You Must Avoid!

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
Suffering From Arthritis? 6 Foods You Must Avoid!

Arthritis is a painful joint condition that leads to pain and stiffness as well as lack of proper mobility due to inflammation and swelling. Usually, an orthopaedic specialist will prescribe anti-inflammatory and pain relieving medication for this condition, but there are various things that you can do to ensure that this condition does not become a debilitating one in the long run. One of the best ways of doing this is by limiting your diet in certain ways when it comes to inflammation producing food.

Here are a few types of food to avoid if you are suffering from arthritis.

  1. Fried food: Fried and processed food is packed with too much of salt in order to better preserve it so that it has longer shelf life. Also, the use of oil in order to deep fry can have a detrimental effect on the inflammation that is already causing problems for your joints. Therefore, it is best to avoid fried, fatty and processed or packaged food that has been frozen for too long.
  2. AGEs: When we speak of AGEs, we are not talking about the number of birthdays that you have celebrated. AGEs are actually Advanced Glycation End products that are a toxin released by food when it is heated, grilled, fried or pasteurised. These toxins can render damage to the proteins in your body. Once this process starts, the body retaliates by sending forth cytokines which are basically inflammatory messengers. This can lead to inflammation and arthritis.
  3. Sugar: Sugar and other refined carbs also have a large amount of AGEs as discussed above. These types of food should also be avoided by patients suffering from arthritis. Also, artificially sweetened drinks and too many baked goodies should be avoided by these patients.
  4. Dairy products: Owing to a certain kind of protein that most dairy products contain, these kinds of food are considered harmful for patients of arthritis. These proteins can encourage inflammation and irritation of the tissue that surrounds your joints. Switching to a vegan diet is considered helpful for arthritis patients.
  5. Alcohol: Excessive drinking is a major problem that can aggravate your arthritis situation. Smoking and drug abuse also leads to such problems. Drinking excessively can lead to the development of gout.
  6. Corn oil: This kind of oil is a part of most packaged, processed and fried food. It also leads to inflammation. Arthritis patients should switch to omega fatty three oils which can be found in fish.

Taking care of your body is a matter of maintaining a good diet with lots of activity that will be congenial for your condition. This will also help in keeping the painful symptoms of arthritis away.

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Doctor I got operation on my right leg to broken bone both bone and there is steel rod in my leg I can walk can you tell me some exasize for the leg I had operation 4 months ago.

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
Pain will go when 1)Bone is united(x-ray wil be evaluated by your doctor) and 2) Full movement is regained. So consult your operating doctor and he will guide you properly.
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