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Physiotherapist, Nutritionist - Answered on Sep 24, 2023

Rebecca Pinto is a physiotherapist, nutritionist and founder of Dr Rebecca's Physiotherapy.
She has been helping patients with physical difficulties resulting from illness, injuries and ageing for over nine years.
She holds a bachelor's degree in physiotherapy from SKN College of Physiotherapy, Pune. Rebecca is also a certified PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) practitioner and has trained in dry needling, spinal manipulation and cupping procedures as well.... more
Peesay Question by Peesay on Aug 21, 2023Hindi
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Dear Team, My left leg in thinner than right leg and am unable to perfect walk and disc un size. Please help

Ans: Hi Peesay,
Working out on both leg muscles will resolve this but before that get the length of the leg checked too. It’s best to go to a nearby physio clinic for a proper evaluation
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