New Delhi (India), March 11: Dr.Jitesh Jain, an orthopaedic surgeon at RHL – Rajasthan Hospital – Jaipur, specializes in treating patients with serious orthopaedic conditions. Dr.Jitesh Jain, who runs his own clinic also in Jaipur, often cares for complex cases in which other doctors have sometimes tried but were unable to control infection, rebuild knee joint and revision ligament and cartilage surgeries. Patients can be frightened and wonder: Will I ever recover!?
Dr.Jitesh Jain’s qualification includes MS ( ORTHO), FNB ( joint replacement and sports injuries), and FISM ( Hongkong); when he realized he wanted to treat disability – “to effectively intervene in a definitive way that would cause real change that was immediate and long-lasting.” Treating patients who come to the hospital in a wheelchair and leave under their own power is “immensely rewarding.”
He appreciates the relationships he can build in a smaller community. “There’s something about having a patient come in your office and tell you that they’re there because they have spoken with their friends, and their friends have said what you’ve done for them.”
Dr.Jitesh Jain often writes blogs n shares YouTube videos to educate people, and when we ask about patients and common injuries, Dr.Jitesh Jain said – Sports and gym injuries are painful, and they are one of the quickest ways to make you stop working out. Acute muscle injuries happen when you suddenly stretch a muscle beyond its level of elasticity. This can occur on a sports field or in a gym. Here are some tips that we give at the Dr.Jitesh Jain Clinics, Jaipur or in our RHL Hospital. Perform proper warm-up and cool-down routines, consistently incorporate strength training and stretching, and hydrate adequately to maintain health and minimize cramps.
Consulting a sports expert early in time always optimizes a better result for you later on in life.
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