Chronic Pain & Fatigue
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Meet our expert

Dr. Deepak Sharan, Chief Scientific Officer

Orthopaedic Surgery, Rehabilitation, Orthopaedic Rheumatology, Pain, Musculoskeletal, Regenerative, Functional and Lifestyle Medicine, Ergonomics, and Occupational Health.

Certificate in Functional Medicine (The Institute for Functional Medicine, USA), Diplomate of the International Board of Lifestyle Medicine (Dip IBLM).

Dr. Sharan is the Chief Scientific Officer at Recoup Health. He’s also a seasoned clinician with over 33 years of global experience, having treated over a million patients across 45 countries. He specializes in Orthopaedic Surgery, Rehabilitation, Orthopaedic Rheumatology, Pain, Musculoskeletal, Regenerative, Functional and Lifestyle Medicine, Ergonomics, and Occupational Health.

Certified in Functional & Lifestyle Medicine, Dr. Sharan tackles chronic pain and musculoskeletal issues from the root. His unique approach includes body awareness techniques (Alexander technique, Feldenkrais) and therapies like narrative medicine, ACT, EAET & PGAP for lasting pain relief and 360° wellness for his patients.

Some Common RSI Injuries We Treat

Repetitive Strain Injuries usually occur due to persistent nerve and blood vessel compression. Common symptoms include pain, numbness, and tingling in affected areas.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Symptoms may show up as numbness, tingling, burning, weakness in your hand and wrists

Tennis Elbow

Symptoms show up as persistent pain and soreness in your elbow

Little and Ring Finger Pain

Symptoms show up as tingling or numbness in the little or ring fingers

Inflamed Tendons

Tendons are the connecting bridge between the muscle and the bone. Inflammation in the tendons shows up as discomfort or pain in the shoulder, foot, elbow, or wrist.

Pain Under Collarbone

This could happen due to compression below the collarbone which results in pain/numbness from the neck to your fingers. It is also known as Thoracic Outlet Syndrome.

Painful Muscle Knots

These knots in your muscles could result in pain and spasms that limit your movement and make daily functioning harder. They are known as trigger points or myofascial pain syndrome.

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Recoup Approach

At Recoup Health, we go beyond your symptoms to unveil the hidden triggers like nutritional deficiencies, inflammation, structural imbalances or other defects fueling your pain. We then heal you from the root using our integrated 4R Approach so you remain pain-free when doing the things you love.

Relief

We ease pain and discomfort through physiotherapy, lifestyle changes, medications, and ergonomic modifications.

Root-cause Reversal

Our advanced diagnostics and in-depth assessments will uncover any fueling factors for the pain and identify the root cause of your discomfort.

Rebalance

Our personalized treatment plans address nutritional deficits, muscle imbalances, ergonomic issues and co-morbidities using a holistic interdisciplinary approach.

Regeneration

Lifestyle changes and targeted therapies like balance training and strength training that heal tissue repair, increase muscle strength, and increase cognitive function for a healthier future.

The Way to Health

We dig deeper to reveal the factors fueling your pain and discomfort. These could be structural, inflammatory, hormonal, nutritional, or other core imbalances. Our in-depth approach provides you longer-lasting relief instead of temporary symptomatic relief.

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Root-cause Care is Better

Conventional healthcare often stops at symptomatic management of the pain. While this brings immediate relief, multiple studies show that most people who suffer from pain in the wrists, hands, neck, shoulder, or back due to repeated strains at work/home also suffer from other co-morbidities. These co-morbidities exacerbate your pain and soreness and increase the likelihood of fatigue, anxiety, and stress.

Our root-cause focused approach incorporates practices such as lifestyle and dietary changes, movement like yoga, and stress management, so we treat the problem from the source and heal all of you, not just your pain.

The Recoup Advantage

Evidence-based Interdisciplinary Care

Our interdisciplinary care team uses holistic practices and integrated medicine based on cutting-edge research to treat your whole health

Data-Driven Diagnosis

Using our proprietary whole-person health score, we analyze your genetics, lifestyle, medical, and family history before creating personalized care plans

Unique Care Philosophy

We treat every illness using our unique 4R approach - Relief, Root Cause Reversal, Rebalance, and Regeneration, ensuring you enjoy lasting health.

Technology First

Technology powers our unique 4R approach by enabling precise and predictive root-cause diagnosis of your illness

How do I separate a repetitive strain injury from regular muscle pain and soreness.

Common early indicators of RSI include recurrent pain, stiffness, tingling, numbness or weakness in the affected area that persists even after rest. Unlike muscle pain that resolves quickly, an RSI injury will linger with varying degrees of pain. Paying attention to these details will help you decide when to seek out medical attention.

Are certain professions or activities more prone to developing repetitive strain injuries?

While RSI can impact people across diverse fields, some occupations with higher repetitive and stressful demands observe greater incidence. These include desk-based jobs involving prolonged computer use or typing, such as IT jobs, or healthcare roles that require precise repetitive tasks. Other jobs where chronic pain can show up are manufacturing or assembly line work, and performing arts, specifically in music and dance.

Will the pain from my repetitive strain injury go away on its own, or do I need medical intervention?

The answer depends on the severity and duration of your injury. Mild cases caught early may resolve with lifestyle changes and modifications to you workspace However, if pain persists beyond a few weeks despite self-care measures, we’d advise to book a consultation with our experts to start your healing journey.

Chronic pain from an RSI can lead to long-term discomfort and functional limitations if not properly treated. Delaying care allows the injury cycle to perpetuate and may make recovery more challenging. Early intervention helps break this cycle and prevent progression.

At Recoup Health, interventions include a comprehensive assessment to identify your injury and the root causes underlying it. The goal is not just symptom relief but promoting healing for the long-term and preventing recurrence. So while the pain may subside temporarily on its own, lasting recovery often requires identifying and correcting the underlying issues through expert care. Book a consultation today by calling us at 080-7117 5110.

What does a typical treatment plan for RSI entail, and how long does recovery usually take?

Treatment strategies depend on individual factors like the type and severity of your injury, the root cause of your pain, and any co-morbidities you may have. Our care plans usually combine pain relief, joint mobilization techniques, muscle reconditioning, postural modifications, addressing root causes through lifestyle and dietary changes, and building strength to prevent recurrence.