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Kanakaveda Ayurvedic, Homeopathy, Panchakarma Centre

Allergist/ Immunologist, Ayurveda, Cosmetologist, Diabetologist, Endocrinologist, Homeopath, Infertility Specialist, Medical Cosmetologist, Obesity Consultant, Obesity Specialist, Panchakarma, Pediatrician, Rheumatologist, Weight Management
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Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you.

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Clinic Address
Abhijaat, 1st Floor, Opp. Mahambre Selection, Near Parvati Theatre, Vasai Road(W)
Mumbai, Maharashtra - 401202
Details for Kanakaveda
Obesity, Weight Management, Infertility, Skin, Suverna Prashana Sanskar Clinic
Panchkarma Centre
Ayurvedic, Homeopathy
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Professional Memberships
Maharashtra Council of Indian Medicine
Indian Academy Of Natural Therapeutics- Lucknow-India
National Excellence award from National Institute of Health and Sciences-Mumbai (Maharashtra)-India- 2008
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Details for Dr. Ashwini Gaikwad
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
MD (Medicine)
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Professional Memberships
Obesity Consultant and Cosmetologist
Past Experience
MD at Kanakaveda, working since 14 yrs Ashwini a Obesity Consultant,Endocrinologist. at Kanakaveda Clinic
Details for Dr. Ashish M Gaikwad
Ayurvedic College, Pusad.
The Open International University for Complementary Medicine, Sri Lanka,
MD (Panchkarma)
Professional Memberships
Maharashtra Council of Indian Medicine
Royal Institute Of General Practitioners
Royal Institute Of General Practitioners-Mumbai
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Central Research Institute Of Medical Sciences-Mumbai
Indian Academy Of Natural Therapeutics- Lucknow-India
National Excellence award from National Institute of Health and Sciences-Mumbai (Maharashtra)-India- 2008
Fellowship at Central Research Institute of Medical Sciences-Mumbai (Maharashtra-India) - 2007
  • Obesity, Weight Management, Infertility, Skin, Suverna Prashana Sanskar Clinic, Panchkarma Centre , Ayurvedic, Homeopathy
    Ayurveda, Panchakarma, Obesity Specialist, Infertility Specialist, Homeopath, Pediatrician, Rheumatologist
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    Obesity Specialist, Medical Cosmetologist, Allergist/ Immunologist, Obesity Consultant, Cosmetologist, Diabetologist, Endocrinologist, Weight Management
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    Obesity Specialist, Weight Management, Infertility Specialist, Rheumatologist
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  • MD (Panchkarma), BAMS
    Urinary incontinence or the involuntary urination is a common and distressing problem, which may have a large impact on quality of life. The most common types of urinary incontinence in women are stress urinary incontinence and urge urinary incontinence. Women with both problems have mixed urinary incontinence. Stress urinary incontinence is caused by loss of support of the urethra which is usually a consequence of damage to pelvic support structures as a result of childbirth. It is characterized by leaking of small amounts of urine with activities which increase abdominal pressure such as coughing, sneezing and lifting.

    Additionally, frequent exercise in high-impact activities can cause athletic incontinence to develop. Urge urinary incontinence is caused by uninhibited contractions of the detrusor muscle. It is characterized by leaking of large amounts of urine in association with insufficient warning to get to the bathroom in time.

    How to diagnose urinary incontinence?

    Stress test: The patient relaxes, then coughs vigorously as the doctor watches for loss of urine.
    Urinalysis: Urine is tested for evidence of infection, urinary stones, or other contributing causes.
    Blood tests: Blood is taken, sent to a laboratory, and examined for substances related to causes of incontinence.
    Ultrasound: Sound waves are used to visualize the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra.
    Cystoscopy: A thin tube with a tiny camera is inserted in the urethra and used to see the inside of the urethra and bladder.
    Urodynamic: Various techniques measure pressure in the bladder and the flow of urine.
    Ayurvedic Management of Urinary Incontinence:
    Ayurveda is a very effective natural treatment for Involuntary Urination. Medicines help to treat the root cause of disease. Ayurveda remedies are known to be perfectly safe and have been tried by thousands of patients all over the world bedwetting are perfectly safe. These natural remedies do not have any side effects at all
  • MD (Panchkarma), BAMS
    With viral fever on the rise it is advisable to prevent yourself against dengue and chikungunya. Dengue is caused by a family of viruses that are transmitted by mosquitoes. It is an acute illness of sudden onset that usually symptoms such as headache, fever, exhaustion, severe muscle and joint pain, swollen lymph nodes, and rash. The presence of fever, rash, and headache is particularly characteristic of dengue.

    Most common symptoms of dengue are:
    Symptoms, which usually begin four to six days after infection and last for up to 10 days, may include

    Sudden, high fever
    Severe headaches
    Pain behind the eyes
    Severe joint and muscle pain
    Skin rash, which appears two to five days after the onset of fever
    Mild bleeding (such a nosebleed, bleeding gums, or easy bruising)
    How to diagnose and prevent against dengue?
    Diagnosing dengue fever: Blood test to check for the virus or antibodies to it .IgG AND IgM for Dengue Fever.

    Prevention against dengue fever:

    Stay away from heavily populated residential areas, if possible.
    Use mosquito repellents, even indoors.
    When outdoors, wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants tucked into socks.
    When indoors, use air conditioning if available.
    Make sure window and door screens are secure and free of holes. If sleeping areas are not screened or air conditioned, use mosquito nets.

    Role of Ayurveda in treating dengue
    Ayurveda treats a person as a whole, it means that Ayurvedic treatment focuses on the patient as a person, as well as his pathological condition. The treatment is selected after a full individual examination and case analysis, which includes the medical history of the patient physical & mental constitution, family history, presenting symptoms, underlying pathology etc. An Ayurveda practitioner tries to treat more than just the presenting symptoms. The focus is not on curing the disease, but to cure the person who is sick; to restore for health. If a disease pathology is not very advanced Ayurvedic remedies; give a hope for cure; even in incurable case the quality of life can be greatly improved with Ayurvedic remedies.
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  • MD (Panchkarma), BAMS
    Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a chronic digestive disease. GERD occurs when stomach acid or, occasionally, stomach content, flows back into your food pipe (esophagus). The backwash (reflux) irritates the lining of your esophagus and causes GERD.

    Both acid reflux and heartburn are common digestive conditions that many people experience from time to time. When these signs and symptoms occur at least twice each week or interfere with your daily life, or when your doctor can see damage to your esophagus, you may be diagnosed with GERD.

    Complications associated with GERD
    Over time, chronic inflammation in your esophagus can lead to complications, including:
    1. Narrowing of the esophagus (esophageal stricture): Damage to cells in the lower esophagus from acid exposure leads to formation of scar tissue. The scar tissue narrows the food pathway, causing difficulty swallowing.
    2. An open sore in the esophagus (esophageal ulcer): Stomach acid can severely erode tissues in the esophagus, causing an open sore to form. The esophageal ulcer may bleed, cause pain and make swallowing difficult.
    3. Precancerous changes to the esophagus (Barrett's esophagus): In Barrett's esophagus, the tissue lining the lower esophagus changes. These changes are associated with an increased risk of esophageal cancer. The risk of cancer is low, but your doctor will likely recommend regular endoscopy exams to look for early warning signs of esophageal cancer.

    Tips to Manage GERD
    1. Maintain a healthy weight: Excess pounds put pressure on your abdomen, pushing up your stomach and causing acid to back up into your esophagus. If your weight is healthy, work to maintain it. If you are overweight or obese, work to slowly lose weight no more than 1 or 2 pounds (0.5 to 1 kilogram) a week. Ask your doctor for help in devising a weight-loss strategy that will work for you.
    2. Avoid tight-fitting clothing: Clothes that fit tightly around your waist put pressure on your abdomen and the lower esophageal sphincter.
    3. Avoid foods and drinks that trigger heartburn: Everyone has specific triggers. Common triggers such as fatty or fried foods, tomato sauce, alcohol, chocolate, mint, garlic, onion, and caffeine may make heartburn worse. Avoid foods you know will trigger your heartburn.
    4. Eat smaller meals: Avoid overeating by eating smaller meals.
    5. Elevate the head of your bed: If you regularly experience heartburn at night or while trying to sleep, put gravity to work for you. Elevate your bed
    6. Don't smoke: Smoking decreases the lower esophageal sphincter's ability to function properly.
  • MD (Panchkarma), BAMS
    With high level of pollution, now-a-days, most of us suffer from a number of skin allergies and acne is one of the most common ailments, which affects us all. With acne it is very difficult to have a clear and blemish free skin.

    Acne appears when a pore in our skin clogs. This clog begins with dead skin cells. Normally, dead skin cells rise to surface of the pore, and the body sheds the cells. When the body starts to make lots of sebum (see-bum), oil that keeps our skin from drying out, the dead skin cells can stick together inside the pore. Instead of rising to the surface, the cells become trapped inside the pore.

    Sometimes bacteria that live on our skin also get inside the clogged pore. Inside the pore, the bacteria have a perfect environment for multiplying very quickly. With loads of bacteria inside, the pore becomes inflamed (red and swollen). If the inflammation goes deep into the skin, an acne cyst or nodule appears

    How do you know that you are suffering from acne?
    Many people think that acne is just pimples. But a person who has acne can have any of these blemishes:
    1. Blackheads
    2. Whiteheads
    3. Papules
    4. Pustules
    5. Cysts
    6. Nodules

    Acne often affects your face, but it can appear on other areas of the body. Acne can appear on the back, chest, neck, shoulders, upper arms and buttocks.

    How you can keep acne at bay?
    1. Wash twice a day and after sweating: Perspiration, especially when wearing a hat or helmet, can make acne worse, so wash your skin as soon as possible after sweating.
    2. Use your fingertips to apply a gentle, non-abrasive cleanser: Using a washcloth, mesh sponge or anything else can irritate the skin.
    3. Be gentle with your skin: Use gentle products, such as those that are alcohol-free. Do not use products that irritate your skin, which may include astringents, toners and exfoliants. Dry, red skin makes acne appear worse.
    4. Scrubbing your skin can make acne worse: Avoid the temptation to scrub your skin and rinse with lukewarm water
    5. Shampoo regularly: If you have oily hair, shampoo daily.
    6. Let your skin heal naturally: If you pick, pop or squeeze your acne, your skin will take longer to clear and you increase the risk of getting acne scars.
    7. Keep your hands off your face: Touching your skin throughout the day can cause flare-ups.
    8. Avoid sun: Tanning damages your skin. In addition, some acne medications make the skin very sensitive to ultraviolet (UV) light, which you get from both the sun and indoor tanning devices.
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  • MD (Panchkarma), BAMS
    overweight and diabetes 

     Diabetes is a group of disorders characterized by chronic high blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia) due to the body's failure to produce enough insulin to regulate high glucose levels.

    There are two main types of diabetes.

    Type 1 diabetes, which often occurs in children or adolescents, is caused by the body's inability to make insulin.

    Type 2 diabetes, which occurs as a result of the body's inability to react properly to insulin

     Type 2 diabetes is more prevalent than type 1 diabetes and is therefore seen in roughly 90% of all diabetes cases. Type 2 diabetes is found in all age ranges, including children and adolescents.

    Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness (diabetic retinopathy), end stage kidney diseases (diabetic nephropathy) and non-traumatic lower extremity amputations (diabetic neuropathy) in working-age adults.

    People with diabetes are also two to four times more likely to experience cardiovascular complications and strokes.

    How does my weight relate to type 2 diabetes?

    There are many risk factors for type 2 diabetes such as age, race, pregnancy, stress, certain medications, genetics or family history, high cholesterol and obesity. However, the single best predictor of type 2 diabetes is overweight or obesity. Almost 90% of people living with type 2 diabetes are overweight.

    What can you do to prevent diabetes?

    Type 2 diabetes is largely preventable. Lifestyle changes and small amounts of weight loss in the range of 5-10% can prevent or delay the development of type 2 diabetes among high-risk adults. Lifestyle interventions including diet and moderate physical activity. 

    Preventing weight gain, increasing activity levels and working toward small amounts of weight loss if you are overweight can have a big impact on the likelihood that you will develop diabetes in the future. Thus far, weight management is the best thing you can do to prevent the development of diabetes.
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