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    REGROW - REGENERATIVE CELL THERAPY

    REGROW is a revolutionary approach in treating cartilage lesions in young knee joints and also ankle joints. Cartilage is harvested from healthy part of knee and cultured in laboratory. These cultured cartilage cells are used to fill the defects in lining of knee joint. OSSRON is another novel method in treatment of AVASCULAR NECROSIS OF FEMORAL HEAD. AVN of FEMORAL HEAD is a condition in which th...

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    TEXT NECK

    Text neckA new jargon is sprouting up in medical news i.e. text neck.Advances of digital technology are boon to human race with advent of cell phones and tablets. This in other way is bane to health of individuals.Text neck is coined by US chiropractor Dr Dean L. FishmanThere are scientific studies depicting that at least 60 percent of population aged 18 to 45 years using these modern gadgets suff...

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    Repititive strain injury (RSI)

    Repetitive strain injury:Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is a collective term that covers a range of hand, wrist, forearm, neck shoulder, back, and knee and ankle disorders. The upper limb RSI’s are those that are most commonly encountered.Symptoms include:-Sensation of tingling, aching or burning,-Swelling and / or numbness-Pins and needles-Incessant, nagging pain.There are no characteristic clini...

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REGROW - REGENERATIVE CELL THERAPY

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 31 Jan 2018
REGROW is a revolutionary approach in treating cartilage lesions in young knee joints and also ankle joints. Cartilage is harvested from healthy part of knee and cultured in laboratory. These cultured cartilage cells are used to fill the defects in lining of knee joint. OSSRON is another novel method in treatment of AVASCULAR NECROSIS OF FEMORAL HEAD. AVN of FEMORAL HEAD is a condition in which th...
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TEXT NECK

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 22 Jan 2018
Text neckA new jargon is sprouting up in medical news i.e. text neck.Advances of digital technology are boon to human race with advent of cell phones and tablets. This in other way is bane to health of individuals.Text neck is coined by US chiropractor Dr Dean L. FishmanThere are scientific studies depicting that at least 60 percent of population aged 18 to 45 years using these modern gadgets suff...
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Repititive strain injury (RSI)

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 19 Jul 2016
Repetitive strain injury:Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is a collective term that covers a range of hand, wrist, forearm, neck shoulder, back, and knee and ankle disorders. The upper limb RSI’s are those that are most commonly encountered.Symptoms include:-Sensation of tingling, aching or burning,-Swelling and / or numbness-Pins and needles-Incessant, nagging pain.There are no characteristic clini...
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Bursitis

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 19 Jul 2016
Bursitis:Bursae are the small sacs containing synovial fluid which are usually located at the junction of tendon attachment to bone. They act as gliding surface to reduce friction of tendon rubbing over the bone.Definition: Bursitis is the inflammation of these fluid filled sacs.Causes:-Injury- Post injury blood or fluid collects inside the sac causing inflammation and gradual increase in size.-Ov...
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BOWED LEGS

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 16 Jul 2016
BOW LEGS INTRODUCTION: The long bones in the lower limbs contribute to the longitudinal growth of the child. The growth of child follows a typical pattern till skeletal maturity. Any variations in this growth pattern can result in deformities. Bow legs are one of the common conditions encountered in growing child. Description: Bow legs is a condition in which the legs are bent outwards. When a chi...
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PARTS OF TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 20 Jan 2016
PARTS OF KNEE REPLACEMENT PROSTHESISIntroduction:Total knee replacement is surgical procedure in which the damaged cartilage lining of bone is replaced with artificial components, thereby eliminating the pain caused by diseased joint.The most common indication is completely worn out knee joint by osteoarthritis. Knee replacement is also considered in certain arthritic conditions like Rheumatoid ar...
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KNEE REPLACEMENT DESIGNS

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 20 Jan 2016
1.Fixed bearing :This is the most common implant design used. As the name implies the Plastic (polyethylene) insert is fixed firmly on the metal platform of tibia. The femoral component of the prosthesis rolls over this plastic (polyethylene) insert. This design provides motion of knee joint in one plane i.e. bending and straightening of knee.2.Mobile bearing implants (rotating platform)In mobile ...
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OXINIUM KNEE REPLACEMENT

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 17 Jan 2016
OXINIUM KNEE Total knee replacement is a surgical procedure in which damaged cartilage of knee joint is replaced with metal lining and plastic cushion. This procedure provides pain free and functional knee joint to the patient. Traditionally knee prosthesis is being manufactured from the cobalt-chrome alloys because of their strength and relative hardness. When the prosthesis is implanted, it unde...
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synovial fluid replacement therapy

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 29 Dec 2016
synovial fluid replacement therapy for painful arthritis knee
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synovial fluid replacement therapy

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 06 Dec 2015
Synovial fluid replacement therapy Knee joint injection for osteoarthritis
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synovial fluid replacement therapy

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 06 Dec 2015
Synovial fluid replacement therapy Knee joint injection for osteoarthritis
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synovial fluid replacement therapy

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 06 Dec 2015
Synovial fluid replacement therapy Knee joint injection for osteoarthritis
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Synovial fluid replacement therapy

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 06 Dec 2015
Synovial fluid replacement therapy Knee joint injection for osteoarthritis
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synovial fluid replacement therapy

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 06 Dec 2015
Synovial fluid replacement therapy Knee joint injection for osteoarthritis
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Knee injection

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 01 Dec 2015
#kneeinjection #arthritis #kneelubricant #synovialfluidreplacement #knee #injection www.drmohankrishna.com
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Knee injection

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 01 Dec 2015
#kneeinjection #arthritis #kneelubricant #synovialfluidreplacement #knee #injection www.drmohankrishna.com
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vitamin D

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 31 Oct 2015
Uses of vitamin D at different ages

TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 22 Oct 2015
HIP JOINT: Basic AnatomyHealthy hip joint: -Hip joint is formed by head of the femur (Thigh Bone) and cup like acetabulum of the pelvis. The upper end of the thigh bone is shaped like ball which snugly fits into the socket (Acetabulum) of pelvis bone. -The ball and cup of the hip joint is lined with smooth firm material cartilage, which cushions and allows smooth movement. ...
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TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 02 Oct 2015
Knee joint: Basic structure A.Healthy knee joint: -Knee joint is formed by the thigh bone (Femur) and shin bone (tibia).-Knee cap (Patella) lies in front of the knee joint.-Knee joint is lined by tissue called Synovium which secretes fluid called Synovial fluid. It aids in lubrication of joint.-The ends of thigh bone and shin bone are covered by Cartilage which provides a cushion for smooth moveme...
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carpal tunnel syndrome

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 01 Aug 2015
http://www.slideshare.net/drmkreddy78/carpal-tunnel-syndrome-50024028?from_m_app=android
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SPORTS INJURIES

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 23 Jul 2015
SPORTS INJURIES Sport injuries are injuries that occur to athletes in major sporting events. In many cases, these types of injuries are due to overuse of a part of the body when participating in a certain activity. For example, runner's knee is a painful condition generally associated with running, while tennis elbow is a form of repetitive stress injury at the elbow, although it does often occur ...
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ARTHRITIS AND EXERCISES

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 21 Jul 2015
EXERCISE IN ARTHRITIS“A Balanced diet with a Balanced exercise is a Healthy life style”. Even people suffering from arthritis can exercise to maintain “ HEALTHY JOINTS”.It was thought that arthritis patients should not exercise because it would further damage the joints. But research has confirmed that exercise plays an important role in the management of arthritis. Exercise is important for healt...
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SHOULDER JOINT DISLOCATION

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 20 Jul 2015
SHOULDER DISLOCATIONShoulder dislocation is a very common traumatic injury across a wide range of sports. In most cases, the head of the humerus (upper arm bone) is forced forwards when the arm is turned outwards (externally rotated) and held out to the side (abducted). This causes an anterior dislocation, which make up approximately 95% of all shoulder dislocations.Types of Dislocation:Anterior (...
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STIFF SHOULDER-FROZEN SHOULDER

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 20 Jul 2015
STIFF SHOULDER-FROZEN SHOULDERThe shoulder has three bones (shoulder blade, upper arm bone and the collarbone) and the tendons of four muscles. The tendons of these muscles, which connect to the bones help to move your arm.Frozen shoulder is where the joint gets stiff with restriction of motion. The upper arm bone does not move in the socket of shoulder blade. The soft tissue connecting these two ...
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TENNIS ELBOW

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 20 Jul 2015
Tennis elbowTennis elbow is a condition where the outer part of the elbow becomes sore and tender. It is commonly associated with playing tennis and other racquet sports, though this can happen to almost anybody.Tennis elbow is an overuse injury occurring on the outer elbow caused by the activities of daily living. It is due to overexertion, repetitive motion, and unaccustomed activity. For the sa...
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KNEE LIGAMENT INJURIES

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 20 Jul 2015
Knee Ligament InjuriesLigaments are like strong ropes that help connect bones together and provide stability to joints. In the knee, there are four main ligaments. On the inner aspect of the knee is the medial collateral ligament (MCL) and on the outer aspect of the knee is the lateral collateral ligament (LCL). The other two main ligaments are found in the centre of the knee. These paired ligamen...
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A NEW KNEE JOINT

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 20 Jul 2015
A NEW KNEE JOINT – A NEW LEASE OF LIFE The aim of this information sheet is to answer questions that may be in your mind about a knee replacement.Do I need a knee replacement? “If pain from a worn out knee is bad enough and not responding to tablets then it needs replacing”. The decision to replace a knee will involve weighing up the risks of the operation and the benefit you will get if the opera...
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A NEW HIP JOINT

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 20 Jul 2015
When to have a hip replacement?You may need a hip replacement operation if your hip joint is badly damaged by arthritis. This sort of damage is mostly caused by osteoarthritis but it can be due to other causes such as rheumatoid arthritis. Surgery is not needed by everyone with arthritis of the hip joint. Surgery is only recommended when the pain and disability are having really serious effects on...
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Fracture of lower end thigh bone

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 07 Apr 2015
This is also called supracondylar Fracture of femur. This same patient had total hip replacement on the same side. He was treated by intramedullary nail. The nail is inserted from the knee.
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Fractur of lower end of thigh bone

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 07 Apr 2015
This is also called supracondylar Fracture of femur. This same patient had total hip replacement on the same side. He was treated by intramedullary nail. The nail is inserted from the knee.
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Fracture of wrist bone

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 04 Apr 2015
Fracture of the radius bone at wrist joint. Treated by reducing the fracture and metal pin fixation. Here fracture is not opened instead is fixed from the skin with metallic pins. Then patient is put on plaster for 6 weeks.
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THIGH BONE FRACTURES (FEMUR FRACTURES)

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 18 Feb 2015
Thigh Bone Fractures (Broken thigh bone): Femur fracturesFemur is otherwise called as thigh bone. Thigh bone is the longest and strongest bone human body. Being the strongest bone it usually gets fractured following a high energy trauma or injury. In this section we will be discussing about the fractures of thigh bone.Causes:- Thigh bone fractures in young are frequently due to high energy injury,...
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OSTEOPOROSIS RISK TEST

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 05 Feb 2015
INTERNATIONAL OSTEOPOROSIS FOUNDATION One-Minute Osteoporosis Risk Test 19 easy questions to help you understand the status of your bone healthYour Non-modifiable Risk Factors – What you cannot change! These are risk factors that one is born with or cannot alter. Nevertheless, it is important to be aware of risk factors you cannot change so that steps can be taken to reduce loss of bone mi...
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SUNLIGHT AND BRITTLE BONES

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 30 Jan 2015
Sunlight and Brittle BonesWhat do you mean by Brittle bones?1.Osteoporosis:As we age the bones get gradually weaker by losing the protein frame work and mineral content which normally gets deposited on the framework. There will be some volumetric loss which makes bones thinner with widened intra bone spaces. They are more prone to fracture with minor injuries and falls as they become brittle and f...
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OBESITY AND KNEE JOINT ARTHRITIS

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 24 Jan 2015
OBESITY AND KNEE JOINT ARTHRITISObesity and arthritis are directly linked together. A small example might help you to explain the relation. Examine and compare tyres of two trucks one loaded with routine weight and other one loaded with heavy load above the prescribed limits.The tyres of truck loaded with heavy booty would be damaged early as compared with other one.Obese individuals are directly ...
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ANKLE INJURIES

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 24 Jan 2015
Ankle InjuriesIntroduction:The ‘ankle’ is the joint between the foot and the rest of the body. Two leg bones and a foot bone meet here to form this joint. To allow the whole body weight carried through to the foot, these bones are tied together with strong ropes called ligaments. To give our body a stable platform to stand, ankle joint has less freedom of movement. Hence any external force pushing...
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AVASCULAR NECROSIS OF FEMORAL HEAD

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 03 Jan 2015
Introduction Bone is a living tissue and it needs blood supply to survive. If there is damage to one of the blood supply, bone may depend on the accessory blood supply for the survival. But certain bones in our body have precarious unidirectional blood supply like Head of femur, scaphoid, and talus. When there is damage to blood supply to the head of femur it results in the death of cells in the f...
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Knee injection for osteoarthritis - Hyaluronic acid injection

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 23 Oct 2014
Injection procedure of Hyaluronic acid into knee joint for Osteoarthritis kneehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joNeIM7MkzQ
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LOWER BACK EXERCISES FOR BACK PAIN

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 13 Oct 2014
Lower back and abdominal strengthening exercises for low back pain
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KNEE EXERCISES FOR OSTEARTHRITIS

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 13 Oct 2014
knee strengthening exercises for Osteoarthritis Knee
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TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT PATIENT EDUCATION LEAFLET

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 13 Aug 2014
TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT
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TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT PATIENT EDUCATION INFORMATION

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 11 Aug 2014
TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT
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KNEE INJECTION FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 09 Aug 2014
Knee Injections for Osteoarthritis Knee In patients suffering with Osteoarthritis of knee joints the cartilage lining and protecting the ends of bones gradually wears off, reduction in quantity of joint fluid (Synovial fluid), and bone ends rub against each other – all of which can cause the pain. The usual complaints are pain, stiffness, grinding sensation, swelling in and around the knee. Someti...
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PREGNANCY & BACK PAIN

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 09 Aug 2014
BACK PAIN IN PREGNANCY Back pain is the most common orthopedic complaint in most of the pregnant women. According to the scientific literature 50% to 80% of the pregnant women complain of back pain at sometime during their pregnancy. Out of the different back pains it is the lower back pain which most of the pregnant mothers suffer.Causes: Number of factors can be attributed for the cause of lo...
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Brittle bones (Osteoporosis)

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 16 Feb 2014
Brittle bones are usually caused by loss of bone mineral density, which makes the bone thin and fragile and break easily. This condition is otherwise called as OSTEOPOROSIS. Brittle bones are considered to be part of aging. In addition to the aging many other medical diseases, factors can cause brittle bones. CAUSES: Bone is a living tissue in which old bone is broken down and replaced by new bone...
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Tail bone pain (Coccydynia)

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 15 Feb 2014
Pain in the tail bone can frustrate, irritate and embrace many patients for getting the treatment. This condition can be curable and prevented if proper care is taken. Any irritation (inflammation) of the bony area (tail bone) situated between the folds of the buttocks is referred as Coccydynia. The usual complaint is pain at the bottom region of the back on sitting. It is usually caused by i...
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OSTEOCHONDRAL DEFECT FEMUR

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 14 Feb 2014
Osteochondral defects are the defects in the cartilage lining of joints. They occur due to minor trauma / injury to cartilage. They can be diagnosed by MRI scanning.
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Arthroscopic Loose Body removal from Knee joint

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 08 Feb 2014
This is a short video presentation demonstrating loose body removal from knee joint using and arthroscope.
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Back Pain

By Dr. mohan krishna A | 06 Feb 2014
LOW BACK PAIN Introduction: Most of us suffer from low back pain and stiffness at some time or the other though the severity and frequency may vary. Lower back is a delicate area of muscles, nerves, bones and joints which are working continuously to support the weight of upper body. Most of the time acute low back pain (pain which goes on for a limited time) will get better by itself, usu...
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