Sports Medicine Dr Kannan Pugazhendi

Sports Medicine Dr Kannan Pugazhendi

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11 Responses to Sports Medicine Dr Kannan Pugazhendi

  1. J Chatterjee Reply

    February 13, 2012 at 4:46 pm

    Dear Madam/ Sir,

    I need your guidance & help, please. I had been suffering from low back pain for the last 6-7 years now. I had tried all Allopathic treatment, under the guidance of emiment doctors of Calcutta but intensity of the pain had sadly increased over the years & now I am unable to carry on with my job also, as I am into sales & my job profile includes travelling as well. I had done 2 MRIs & 2 X Rays during this tenure. Off late, during the last couple of years, along with low pack pain, I am also suffering from pain on both legs (specially on cuff muscle on left feet that becomes unbearable during walking).

    The following is the nutshell of the reports:

    Latest X Ray Report a month back: L4-L5, L5-S1 disc spaces are reduced. L5-S1 facet joints show sclerosis of arthopathy. Straitening of lumber lordosis. Vertebral body height, alignment & posterior elements are normal.

    MRI Report Impression as on May’11: Findings are suggestive of degerative changes in L4-L5, L5-S1 discs with postero lateral disc herniations. These discs are compressing the thecal sac & cauda equina nerve roots at L4-L5 and encroaching on both L4-L5 & L5-S1 nuetral foramina and existing nerve roots. Postero-lateral disc bulges at L1-L2, L2-L3 & L3-L4 are noted without nerve root compression. Borderline secondary central canal stenosis is noted at L4-L5. Both sacro illiac joints show no significant abnormality.

    On comparison with previous MRI dated mid 2009, no significant change is seen in lumbosacral spine.

    I had been doing Bhujungasana & Salvasana (along with homeopathy) for the last 1 month but pain persists.

    I would request you to kindly help me out to come out of this pain & let me know your remedy please.

    Thanking You,

    With Warm Regards

    • Dr. Kannan Pugazhendi Reply

      February 14, 2012 at 1:02 pm

      Dear Chatterjee we have sent you an email. Thanks

  2. dhanalakshmi Reply

    May 6, 2012 at 9:07 pm

    sir!!!! iam an athlete ! i startd getting pain in some muscles on the right side hip! it remaind for 2 weeks !! iam a hurlder so started with my workouts and it strtd aggrevated !! nw it has also gne to front side!! my meet is on june 9 2012 i need to perpare!!!!! so what kind of injury it may be ?? and what can i do for this???????
    please tell me!!!!!!!:):)

    • Dr Kannan Pugazhendi Reply

      May 7, 2012 at 12:59 pm

      Dear Dhanalakshmi,

      I would suggest you to come and meet me to understand your current condition better. Kindly contact our front office for an appointment.

  3. T.KUMANAN Reply

    October 4, 2012 at 7:39 pm

    Dr. You have inspired me not only philosophically but also technically.I am proud to be your student.
    Thank you

  4. Nanditha Reply

    February 21, 2013 at 5:15 pm

    Doctor,
    I had a ligament tear in my right ankle 4 years back and it healed well.Last year i used the gym for about 6 months and experienced intense pain in my ankle and knee.i also found that i have a runners knee from the physiotherapist at the gym.Of late the pain is unbearable .Please let me know your contact no \address to book an appointment .

  5. Farook KS Reply

    December 10, 2013 at 4:43 pm

    My name is Farook (male 40Yrs) I have
    muscle knot (trigger point)and upper back pain and thoracic spine pain
    sir i am working in front of computer. i am suffering from upper back pain from last 8 years and i am
    almost living with pain everyday. there are muscle knots between my spine and shoulder blades, neck muscles and skull muscle,jaws,theigh, calf muscle etc almost everywhere…
    and also pain in my spine (thoracic curve )sharp pain. i do take myotherapy and it gives temporary 3
    releif. they do elbow deep press on these muscle knots, it gives only temporary relief.
    please advice me how can i come out from this pain

    • Sparrc Staff Reply

      December 11, 2013 at 8:32 am

      Thank you for getting in touch with us.
      Myofascial trigger point release is a treatment form that requires alot of experience and knowledge to be applied effectively.As most people know Dr.Kannan Pugazhendi is the expert who discovered and introduced such a treatment technique to effectively resolve long standing painful conditions.Inorder to do so an accurate diagnosis of muscles involved and appropriate levels of application of the technique is required for an effective outcome of treatment which am sure you can achieve under doc’s expert guidance at SPARRC.
      Please do share your contact no in email to facilitate an appointment and help you get rid of your pain.
      Regards
      Sparrc Team

  6. Munna Reply

    December 14, 2013 at 2:28 am

    Hello Doc,
    I am a sports person & lead a very active life without which I feel powerless. I need your help.

    I had lower back pain five years ago & underwent MRI to discover a Disc Extrusion at L5-S1. I underwent a treatment for few months, I was a bit alright with occasional pains that used to go away with few exercises. Recently the frequency has increased & went for an MRI again. I have the same problem L5-S1 Disc extrusion but now I also have Disc Degeneration.

    Can it be cured? Can I have an appointment? Please let me know.

    • Sparrc Staff Reply

      December 15, 2013 at 8:38 am

      Dear Sir,

      Thank you getting in touch. We at SPARRC can surely help you get back to an active lifestyle that pleases you under the expert guidance of Dr.Kannan Pugazhendhi. Pls do email us your contact no so as a facilitate an appointment at the earliest. Doc consults in Chennai thrice a week. He also consults at our Coimbatore, Hyderabad and Bangalore centers. Please do keep us informed of your convenience. Our mail id is sparrc@Gmail.com

      Regards
      SPARRC team

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