The Painfree Physio & Sports Rehab's physiotherapists are trained in manual therapy (using hand) combined with imported electrotherapy machines and effective exercise programs results in ......more
The Painfree Physio & Sports Rehab's physiotherapists are trained in manual therapy (using hand) combined with imported electrotherapy machines and effective exercise programs results in optimal and superior treatment results.
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http://thepainfreephysio.com/physio-profiles-at-the-painfree-physio-trivandrum.html Physiotherapist with a decade of combined experience in India and Europe. A former Indian national football sports physiotherapist who has represented India various countries of Europe, Russia, North Asia Currently associated with Kerala Cricket. Adarsh has been been also working with leading hospitals in India like Manipal hospital Bangalore, Fortis Hospital Bangalore. Major area of expertise involves in manual therapy, Post traumatic physiotherapy in sport injuries, Orthopedic rehabilitation. Successfully treated hundreds of patients and Rehabilitated many Indian and international sport players. He is an expert in treating Musculoskeletal skeletal a disorders associated with lifestyle and work related body issues like chronic back, neck pains.
Sport and Exercise - Sheffield Hallam University , Sheffield (UK) - 2010
BPTh/BPT; certificate in sports medicine - School Of Medical Education, Ernakulam - 2004
Indian association of physiotherapist
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Asked for Male, 18 years
I fell in stadium while workout on my back and there is sever pain afterwards in my tail bone what should I do.
When did the injury happen lybrate-user? U you try icing on your tail bone, fill a small tub or basin with ice water n sit for 10-12 mins, repeat for few days. There might be some impact injury due to fall. Later on you can try contrast bath, fill same tub with warm water with little salt, followed by icing.
Asked for male, 25 years old from Chennai
I am 25 year old male and I am a badminton player. When I play regularly I am having pain in my knee joint and my knee is swelling. I want to take advice on treating my knee problem permanently.
Hey swelling in knee could be due to many reasons, the area where you get swelling is also very important in giving the right advice. If you have persistent pain over 2 weeks always recommend visiting a sports physiotherapists. Some of the things that you can try at home are iceing soon after ever sessions. Try using a knee support or strapping while playing, check your it band and hamstrings for tightness feel free to contact me
Asked for male, 20 years old from Pune
I am 20 years old. While playing or studying I have pain around my neck which is very severe. It doesn't occur regularly, but on some occasions it's very painful. What can be the cause of this? Are these symptoms of any serious issue? What should I do?
Dear lybrate-user, having neck pain for adults of you your age is quiet common, mostly occur due to prolonged activities like reading or mobile uses, doing a few exercises or even visiting a physiotherapist would help. There are some easy exercises you could perform.
Asked for Male, 45 years
Hi, I am 45 years old male, moderately active and goes to gym though not very regularly, 12-15 days in month. I mostly do cardio exercises and runs for 3-5 kms with a moderate speed of 8- 10 kmph. Recently I feel pain in my both legs above the ankle joint, which stops me from running. I take good diet as well. Please advise what to do?
Dear lybrate-user, you didt menction your body weight, however pain in the ankle could be of various reasons, need to be diagnosed by an orho or a physio. There are some technique you could perform try reducing the duration of your treadmill or stick to tracks for some time. Try performing ice bath or contrast bath
Asked for Male, 24 years
Try to apply ice compression for 10 mins, repeat every 3-4 hrs. Pain should come down, diagnose any other knee problems.
Asked for female, 41 years old from Indore