Dr. Nikhil Kumar Singh

Dr. Nikhil Kumar Singh
Homeopathy Doctor, Lucknow

BHMS

In the light of love for health and fitness, homeopathy was thought as one of the most reliable and natural mode of treatment.


SINGH'S HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC is an homeopathic consultancy service run by Dr. Nikhil K. Singh @ jankipuram lucknow.


WHY HOMOEOPATHY ??

A Complete and safe treatment module for all

No side effects

Homeopathic medicines act deeply to eradicate the disease completely

No recurrence after the treatment is withdrawn

Suitable for all age groups, children, teenagers, adults, and aged

Boosts immunity

Many nasty diseases find permanent cure in homeopathy

Most affordable treatment option

Homeopathy treats the patient and not just his illness; therefore the patient feels good on all planes after the treatment

  • Languages :English, Hindi

Specialities

  • Homeopathy

Expertise

  • Arthritis
  • Piles
  • Geriatrics
  • Allergic Disorders

Education

BHMS, 2012, SHMC

Practice Information

Private Practice Information

Singh's Homoeopathic Clinic

Singh's Homoeopathic Clinic

SMS Plaza, Abhishekpuram, 60 ft Road, Jankipuram, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh - 226021

SUN

09:30 AM - 01:30 PM

MON

08:30 AM - 12:30 PM & 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM

TUE

08:30 AM - 12:30 PM & 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM

WED

08:30 AM - 12:30 PM & 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM

THU

08:30 AM - 12:30 PM & 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM

FRI

08:30 AM - 12:30 PM & 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM

SAT

08:30 AM - 12:30 PM & 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM

  • (+91) 9450418689

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What causes backache?
Backache usually is caused by minor strains in the muscles or ligaments, but more serious lower back pain usually is the result of an injury to one of the many joints in the base of your spine. The joints include the facet joints and discs, which when disturbed push against painful tissue or nerve roots just behind them. The injury usually happens while bending your spine forwards (flexing it), especially while lifting something heavy.
Never bend forward with your legs straight to perform any task. Once you have experienced back trouble, it has a tendency to recur, and so be careful to protect your back.

How can you care for it?
Adjust your activity to your back discomfort. Take care with posture, making beds and so on. Avoid fatigue. Ideally you should perform a set of exercises to strengthen the muscles of your spine and abdomen.

Sport and exercise
Be careful of sudden twisting movements and sudden overloading of muscles, as in cricket, golf, squash, sailing, weightlifting and horse riding. Walking, jogging (avoid hard surfaces) and swimming are good activities if you can manage them.

Sitting
Avoid sitting for long periods, especially in the car. Your knees should be higher than your hips and your back straight. Maintain the hollow in your back.

Bed rest and sleep
Use a low pillow and lie on your side. Do not lie face-up or face-down. Use a firm mattress.

Lifting
Avoid lifting anything heavier than 10 kg (20 lb). Squat close to the load and keep your back straight. Do not stoop over the load to get a grip and pick it up. Lift using your knees and legs (not your back) as leverage. Keep your back straight, not bent forwards or backwards.

Your weight
Being overweight adds an extra burden to your back, so it is important to keep as close to your ideal weight as possible. Exercise helps to avoid this problem.

Acute episodes of pain
It is best to keep active and keep up your normal mobility (if possible) when your back hurts. If the spasms are severe, you will need to lie down on a firm surface.

Scrubbing floors and gardening
Your hands should be as far forward of you as necessary to keep your back straight. Do not flex your back by having your hands working too close to your knees.

Bending
Take care when bending, for example tying shoelaces or putting on stockings. Put your foot on a stool, chair or box that is near enough to your body and high enough so that you do not have to bend down to your foot.