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Dr Hitesh Patel is Consultant – Pain Management & Palliative Care he recieved his M.D. from B.J. Medical College Ahmedabad, Asia’s largest hospital, Civil Hospital, Ahmedabad. He earned his F.I.P.M. (Fellow In Pain Management) at Daradia Pain Hospital in Kolkata, which is affiliated with the Aesculap Academy in Germany. He received his C.C.P.P.M. (Certificate Course in Pain and Palliative Medicine) from Gujarat Cancer Research Institute Ahmedabad, the state’s largest cancer hospital.

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Exercise is important to good health, but people often get hurt when participating in sports or other physical activities. 

A sports injury involves damage to part of your body due to sports, exercise, or athletic activities.

Who might get a sports injury?

Sports injuries can happen to anyone, particularly people who:

  • Are out of shape.
  • Don’t wear proper protective equipment.
  • Exercise without warming up and cooling down.
  • Participate in contact sports that may involve tackling or collisions.
  • Take part in activities that involve jumping, running and pivoting or changing direction quickly.


  • Physical examination
  • X-ray
  • CT scan
  • MRI

What are the injuries??

Sports injuries can affect any part of your body. They most often affect:-

  • Sprains: Ankle, Knee, Wrist.
  • Strains: Hamstring, Back
  • Shoulder: Rotator Cuff Tendinitis, Rotator Cuff Tears
  • Elbow: Tennis Elbow, Golfer Elbow
  • KneeJumper’s Knee Or Runner’s Knee
    • Meniscus Tear
    •  ACL / PCL tear.
  • Achilles Tendinitis Or Achilles Tendon Rupture.
  • Ankle: Pain/ Sprain.
  • Fractures
  • Dislocations.
  • Cartilage tear: Knee and Shoulder
  • Swollen muscles. Swelling is a natural reaction to an injury. 
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  •  The signs and symptoms of a sports injury depend on the type of injury. Common symptoms include:
  • Aches, pain or tenderness.
  • Swelling.
  • Bruising.
  • Deformity
  • Decreased range of motion.
  • Grinding, cracking, clicking or popping noise.
  • Inability to bear weight on your hip, leg or foot.
  • Skin that’s warm to the touch.
  • Stiffness or weakness.


Treatment depends on the type and severity. Many sports injuries heal in a few days or weeks with rest and at-home strategies.

But for more serious injuries, treatment may involve:

    • Immobilization 
    • Pain Killer- NSAIDs
    • Physical therapy
    • Injections to reduce swelling and pain.
  • Surgery.
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How can I reduce my risk of sports injuries?

There are many ways you can help prevent sports injuries.

  • Choose sports and activities that are less dangerous.
  • Mix up your routine. Your body needs a combination of cardiovascular (aerobic) exercise, strength training with weights or resistance, and flexibility.
  • Drink plenty of water before, during and after any exercise.
  • Learn proper technique and use it all the time.
  • Rest when you’re tired. Stop any activity that doesn’t feel right.
  • Start slowly and build gradually.
  • Stretch before and after every workout.
  • Warm up before and cool down afterward.
  • Wear proper shoes and safety equipment.

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Awesome pain management and I was suffering from back pain. I heard about Dr. Hitesh Patel that he excellent for pain management. so I Shaw them and I was feel better and I relax from back pain.

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Ms Heena gadhvi

I have a friend who suffers from chronic back pain and has tried so many things to get relief from the pain. I found out about the Healthy Life Pain Management program and tried it out. His back pain has gotten better in just a few short weeks!


I have to say, I was in a lot of pain, and I was looking for the best doctor in town. I found Dr. Hitesh Patel, and he gave me a lot of relief. She helped me stretch out my back, and it felt so good. and I am in so much less pain.