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Diabetes, Dr Anuj Chawla, Diabetic Foot Care, Foot Care Tips, Diabetic foot problem
June 3, 2020

Diabetes is a health problem that can affect several body parts, one by one. One in six people with diabetes resides in India with an estimated number of 77 million. It has been observed that 10-15% of people with diabetes will develop a foot ulcer at some point of time. A survey done in 2014 revealed that only 54% of diabetics in India were aware that diabetes could lead to foot problems and only 22% had their feet examined by a health worker or doctor. Do you know that it can affect your

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ACL Injury, ACL injury treatment, ligament tear treatment
May 27, 2020

An ACL or Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury occurs due to activities that involve sudden and jerky movements in the knees. These injuries are highly common among teenagers that are into high-intensity sports activities. Female athletes are three times more susceptible to this injury than male athletes due to factors like genetics, strength, and anatomy. This is why it is important to study the causes, symptoms and the ACL tear treatment before it leads to something severe and possibly

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ankle pain
May 27, 2020

As we age, joint and muscle pain become a part of our daily lives. Many older people suffer regularly owing to discomfort and immobility caused by illness in different areas of the body. One of the most universally experienced types of pain, however, is in the foot and ankle. Foot and ankle pain is exceptionally inconvenient as this restricts a basic need - walking.  Dr Anuj Chawla (FAS) is a distinguished foot and ankle specialist in Delhi, with all the information you need about unease in

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Carpal Tunnel syndrome,orthopaedics
November 14, 2019

The hand and the wrist bones are flexible which offer the body with support and elasticity to move objects in many ways according to their wishes. The ulna and radius of the forearm, support many of the hand’s muscles. There are 27 bones in the hand and all of them have an incredibly precise range of flexibility. The hand can be considered in four segments: Fingers Dorsum Wrist Palm What is Carpal Tunnel? The carpal tunnel is a narrow, tunnel-like structure in the wrist,

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