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After doing my post graduation I decided to start a clinic which deals in all the aspects of pain mostly caused due to nerves, bones and joint problems. The solution to these problems were extensive physiotherapy, recurring treatments and at last surgery was the only option patients were given. Then I read about the non-invasive practice which are offered in Japan as they have more geriatric population. while working on this thought for couple of years we have derived treatments which are non-invasive and non-dependent. After visiting our clinic we give patients medicines and exercises. We also teach them body postures and body ergonomics which deals with learning how to do normal activities through out the day and then you can practice this at home and this doesn’t require medical supervision all the time. 

While practicing non-invasive treatment, as my tagline goes VISIT BEFORE YOU TAKE MEDICINE, I was able to cure patients with minimum or no medication and few posture correction exercises. Over the years I understood that just by correcting body posture and teaching patients about body ergonomics we can solve multiple orthopedic and neurological issues like sciatica, carpel tunnel, spasms, Spondylosis, etc.

A Girl who had undergone a major spine surgery 20 years back and the doctors have fixed her spine with a steel rod to support her spinal curve. She was in severe back pain when she visited my clinic and the pain was radiating to her lower limbs, making it difficult for her to walk. She was unable to bend even to tie her shoelaces. Over a period of time normal day today activities also became difficult for her. The pain was constant, and that had become the truth of her life.

When she came to know about our clinic from numerous patients of mine that I would be able to help her to reduce her pain to a great extent just by mere exercises or by teaching her some body postures which would help her to do her regular day today activities.

When she visited the doctors who did the surgery of her spine, they saw the spine was fused to the broken implant and were of the opinion that nothing can be done. Any implant removal surgery could lead to loss of control over both her lower limbs. Since they were not able to remove the implant, she was left with two choices, either to reduce the pain by taking painkillers or live with the pain to avoid damages to other organs due to painkillers. 


Then, as I started exploring the condition for which she was operated (called adolescent idiopathic Scoliosis), and the treatment for that was to just wait and observe to see if the curvature is reducing. If the curvature starts increasing beyond 50 degree of COBB angle then the only option was to insert a surgical implant in the spine to prevent further deterioration of the COBB angle. Nobody in India back then and even till date is dealing with non surgical options in such cases.

Back in 2007, there was a treatment shaping up in Spain which later got popular in USA. So I went there to study 3D correction of the spine with exercises and postures and making the braces for different COBB angles.

After coming back to India we did some modification and adaptions to make it easier for our patient. We started making braces in India which became cost effective and affordable. 


We helped her to get rid of the pain.


While doing that we came across a few more patients who had adolescent idiopathic Scoliosis. Since they had not opted for surgical correction it was easier for us to correct and straighten the spine with exercises and bracing which reduced the COBB angle to a great extent.

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X-ray of her spine showed us a broken rod

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