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Bone spurs are a fairly common occurrence on the foot and frequently occur either at the plantar area (base of foot) or the Achilles region (heel area). Treatment of bone spurs on the foot depends on the severity of symptoms that my patient shares with me. 1- Asymptomat...
6 Aug 2019
To see bunions, you would have to consult an orthopaedic surgeon, preferably someone that subspecialises in foot and ankle surgery. He would be able to assess your feet, and advise you on the proper management of the bunions. It can be either conservative or surgical management, and...
30 May 2019
Hi there, Thank you for your question. Hamstring issues are very common in anyone who takes part in running sports. Often it from an overload over the muscle either at the muscle/tendon junction, tendon/bone attachment or within the body of the muscle itself. In situations whe...
20 May 2019
You probably have scoliosis of the mid back with uneven rib cages. You should consider getting X-rays done of your whole spine.
12 Apr 2019
I think Dr Dinesh has summarised it quite well. Full thickness Chondral ulcers on the patella are quite difficult to manage. Failed conservative management , would usually mean a patient has to consider surgical intervention. Intra-articular visco-supplementation can definitely be c...
13 Jan 2019
Thank you for your question. I can fully empathise with you having fallen off bikes and scooters in the past. There can be many causes for shoulder pain following trauma including an injury to the rotator cuff, a frozen shoulder, AC joint disruption and more. From your symptoms...
7 Dec 2018
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Thank you for your photo. Your scar looks mature, and a little raised from the photo. You may achieve some improvement to the texture and appearance with a combination of fractional CO2 laser and steroid injections. Usually 4-5 monthly sessions will be needed, and there is a ri...
18 Nov 2018
Thank you for your question and please also see the article I wrote on frozen shoulders here . Wrt the surgical treatment, MUA is basically where you are anaesthetised and the surgeon manually moves your arm to break the adhesions. There is a the risk of other trauma to the s...
29 Oct 2018
Bunions get progressively worse with time. They do not reverse, and it really just depends when you want to get them corrected. An example of a normal toes vs overlapping toes: It is an anatomical and genetic problem, and they will not be able to reverse and go back to t...
7 Aug 2018
Bunions are not life and death surgery. It really is a matter of how much discomfort and pain it is causing you, and how much deformity there is. The deformity can be that of just the big toe, or sometimes it may affect the other toes as the bunion gets progressively worse. Bu...
6 Aug 2018
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