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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) - Physiotherapist

Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT)

MPTh/MPT - Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physiotherapy , Sports Physiotherapy , Sports Science and Sports Medicine , BPTh/BPT

Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physiotherapist , Geriatric Physiotherapist , Physiotherapist , 9 Years Experience

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana has done his master's degree in Cardio-Pulmonary Sciences. Has done many courses in manual therapy, taping, fitness, rehabilitation and so on more..



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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

Cervical issues needs to be treated with care. Cervical issues are also related to posture or work r ... View Answer

Left leg is paining in shin area

I am regular runner , since last 2 months my left leg is paining near shin area , I was taking rest for almost 1 and half months for giving it time heal, now I again started running today , now the pain is again back .

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

You need to go for proper foot assessment. Often I have seen, people with some foot alignment do get ... View Answer

Shoulder and neck pain and slight headac

Shoulder muscle pain is from 2weeks..Was doing massage and applying balm, still no improvement..Slight headache from last 2days..So want to get it checked immediately

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

Based on your complaint, I guess the pain is arising from neck or tender trapezius Muscle.

Constant Neck pain

I have been having continuous neck and back pain since 3 days. Gave hot water massage and applied VOLINI. Still the problem persists. Plz assist

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

For constant neck and back pain- take precautions of your postures. Sometimes, posture related issue ... View Answer

Electric shock Pain in lower back

Had pain in lower back for quiet some time but two days after an injury on the lower back after a fall, it feels like electric shock and pain whenever I try to move or turn. Such an electric shock and pain did not occur earlier.

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

Hi its seems like an acute back strain. See an orthopedician or Physiotherapist immediately.

Partial ACL TEAR , HLA B27+,Vit. B12 ,D3

I am experiencing stiffness and pain in my left knee , Everytime I move my knee , a bone clicking sound is made , and I feel some pain there..MRI indicates Partial ACL TEAR ...I have pain in my back and neck also ..I have visited 4-5 Ortho , some say that ACL is not torn and hlab27 + doesn't matter much..They prescribe some nsaids..Some have said that I will need immediate surgery..Some said ACL is not torn , it is displaced ..Some said they will use PRP to treat it .... I am very much confused ..I am experiencing pain and discomfort ...Not able to take any decision ..If ACL is displaced , will PRP help ? ,, If ACL is not torn , why 2 MRI reports from different places shows the same result ...

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

ACL tear can cause stiffness and pain. You need a good sports physiotherapist for this. Undergo a sp ... View Answer

Knee cap dislocation acl

I have dislocated my knee cap while dancing. This was before 4 months. The first two months I wore a knee immobilizer. The next two months I went through physiotherapy to regain my range of motion. I have shifted from wearing a knee immobilizer to ROM knee brace. I slowly progressed from 45° to 120°of bending my knee .I consulted a doctor and he claimed that i had an acl tear by analyzing the MRI scan. He told me to wear an Rom knee brace and walk with the help of a single cruch. It has been a month since then. I am not able to understand wether I need to undergo a surgery. My doctor even suggested me that, since my range of motion is 120° you may not need a surgery. What should I do now?. I really want to get back to sporting activity. How should I proceed.? Thanks for your answer!

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

Hi, Its great that your ROM is 120. You should visit physiotherapist for proper evaluation and sport ... View Answer

ACL Injury

Hi, Assalamu 'alaikum. My brother-in-law, Asib, have been suffering from a right knee pain intermittently with a sign of bending outward for a long time. When it turned more painful, in November 2016, we consulted with an orthopaedic surgeon. As per his suggestion an MRI diagnosis was undergone which suggests 1. Partial interstitial tear of ACL, 2. Discoid lateral meniscus with Grade III tear, 3. Meniscal contusion at posterior horns of medial meniscus and 4. Moderate joint effusion. Following the report, knee specialists advised for ACL surgery. But, there is a major problem underlying in the process: MRI in Bangladesh is not reliable. The suspicion increases when we see the patient, Asib, playing almost all day long without complaining. Moreover, the doctors are also suspicious about the report, though their experiences suggested that he go through operation. We don't want to take any risk as he is very young and active. From where and how can we get a reliable MRI? TIA

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

Hi, sometimes MRI report doesnt co-relate with clinical picture. If you see, bottom of every report ... View Answer

Tail bone pain

When I sit in complete relaxed position,legs stretched, most of the weight on lower back. After like 2 min when I move my tail bone hurts like hell, even normal movement hurts, during normal movements (climbing, sitting, sleeping) it doesn't hurt only in that position it hurts n that part gets num like dead to touch ? I am just concerned that it should not be major. Thank you

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

Hi, The complain which you are highlighting, there are many reasons to it. Without having history, i ... View Answer

Shoulder instability

Hello sir/mam, i am an athlete (boxer), I have subluxation in my left shoulder for last 2 month my left shoulder is drops little when I leave arm free and I feel clicking while rotating my shoulder, shoulder didn't dislocated or come out of the socket yet and i also don't feel any pain ,as suggest by my doctor i went through an x ray and a mri test the reports comes normal ,no any tear or problem found in reports , then doctor suggest me an arthroscopic test of shoulder , doctor sir said that through arthroscopic the problem can be diagnosed , then i talked to my coach he suggest me to go for physiotherapy ,then i went to a pt he suggest me to do some exercises like squeeze shoulder blades ,and some isometric exercises , some of the exercises worked well i mean no clicking or popping after exercises and some not worked well......right now i am confused what to do ? should i go to the surgery or keep doing pt , can the labrum tear heal by pt exercises,and please help me . thank you.

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Dr. Nilesh Makwana (PT) answered

Hi, Sorry to hear about your injury. Shoulder subluxation can be treated by physiotherapy. Labrum t ... View Answer


, Mumbai

Muscle N Mind Multispeciality Physiotherapy & Research Centre

7th Floor, Ozone Biz Centre, Bellasis Road, Mumbai Central, Landmark : Next to Maharashtra College, Mumbai

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11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

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NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic. There are NO charges for booking an appointment.


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Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physiotherapist

Geriatric Physiotherapist


Orthopedic Physiotherapist

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Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

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Neuro Physiotherapist

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Pediatric Physiotherapist

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Clinical Physiotherapist

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Education View all (4) View less

MPTh/MPT - Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physiotherapy - Rajiv Gandhi University Of Health Sciences, Karnataka, 2012

Sports Physiotherapy - FIFA and AIFF, 2015

Sports Science and Sports Medicine - National Cricket Academy, 2016

BPTh/BPT - Rajiv Gandhi University Of Health Sciences, Karnataka, 2009


2009 - 2015 Physiotherapist at Self

Awards and Recognitions

Platform Presentation - 2011

Faculty For NATCON - 2015

Memberships View all (4) View less

European Respiratory Society (ERS)

Member Indian Association of Physiotherapy

Indian Association of Physiotherapist

Maharashtra State OTPT Council


L25887 Indian Association of Physiotherapist (IAP), 2009
PR-2015/11/PT/004322 Maharashtra State Occupational & Physiotherapy Council, 2015

Verification Pending

Prevent Knee Surgery in Osteoarthritis

2016-11-17 17:33:09

Osteoarthritis of the knee has been increasing in India. According to a report, 41.1% of the urban population suffers due to Knee OA and females are affected more than males. Surgery has been considered as a primary and final option for prevention. Another way of preventing and solving knee [...]

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Exercises for Back Pain

2016-09-06 16:51:33

Back pain is very common, every person suffers a back pain at least once in their lifetime. In India it is found to be 6.2 to 90% with increase in prevalences with age. Females are more affected due multiple issues for example post pregnancy weight gain or muscular imbalances (Just an [...]

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Ice Therapy for Recovery ??

2016-06-28 16:22:06

Ice is considered to be best for acute injury and recovery from bouts of exercise routine. However, some of the effects that ice does on subjective and objective recoveries are;

1) DOMS (Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness describing pain in muscle):- There is an evidence that Ice or cold [...]

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MRI or CT scan Can Be Misleading !!!

2016-06-04 17:30:07

There are some researches, which proved that MRI can be misleading.

Some changes in the MRI can be just age related changes which are Asymptomatic. If you find some SCARY changes in your MRI scan, dont get afraid just call PHYSIOTHERAPIST, we will help you get [...]

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Return to Play!! Is There Any Criteria??

2016-06-03 18:57:22

There are many researchers around the world are finding the criteria for return to play criteria, however high evidence researches have also not been able to identify it. 

Some criteria that are given by FIFA and F-MARC, which MnM Physiotherapy centre is following [...]

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Knee Pain

2016-05-27 18:26:08

Knee pain has became more prevalent irrespective to age. Some of the knee pain may get worse over a period of time with age. Exercises like leg extensions, gluts activation and abductors are best for knee pain. However, best exercise is squats, but some people may find it hard to do [...]

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Prevalence of Obesity in India

2016-03-09 14:03:17

According to the 2005-06 National Family Health Survey, Punjabis are the most obese people in the country, while men from Tripura and women from Meghalaya are the leanest, health minister JP Nadda told Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.

Overall prevalence of obesity and diabetes have shown a [...]

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The Many Health Benefits of Eating Bananas

2016-03-02 12:44:57

We say "AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY", but there are other fruits available which have good effect on human body. One of them is BANANA.

Health benefits of banana fruit:

  • Banana is one of the high calorie, tropical fruits. 100 grams of fruit carry [...]

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Preparing for Fifa World Cup U-17 2017

2016-02-26 17:20:50

Be  prepared for FIFA world cup U-17 2017.


The above image shows the most injured area based on gender, avoid injuries, train hard and play safe.

Take proper exercise training under supervision, which is sports specific. Stretching [...]

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10 Tips to Help You Control Your High Blood Pressure

2016-02-19 16:25:43

Some simple to help you manage your high blood pressure better:

  1. Make sure your blood pressure is under 140/90 mm Hg. If your systolic pressure (the top number) is over 140, ask your doctor what you can do to lower it.

  2. Take your high blood pressure medicine, if [...]

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