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Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Paralysis
Cerebral Palsy Treatment
Brain Tumor Surgery
Electroconvulsive Therapy (Ect) Treatment
Surgery Of The Facial Nerve
Radiofrequency Neurotomy Procedure
Spine Surgery Treatment
Traumatic Brain Injury (Tbi) Treatment
Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury (Tbi)
Assistive Walking Device Training
Vagus Nerve Stimulation ( Epilepsy )
Deep Brain Stimulation Procedure
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Dr . sudheer kumar tyagi is the best doctor of the apollo.... his personality proves that how expereinced he is.... he had treated my mom ....and after seeing his work i just say only that on earth he is just like god.... a vevery warm welcome to him
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I am suffering from cervical syndolytis, sinus, migrane, knee ache, whole bodyache, backache, always feeling dullness, sickness, overweight (80 kg) etc. For the last 20 years. Medicines are not working on me, I have done physiotherapy also but get no permanent relief. Kindly suggest me what type of exercises will I do. Please help.
My daughter age is 30 years, Has a severe pain on the back side of her head and cough, fever, and breathing problem. Doctor has informed me as it is a migraine problem. Kindly guide me for the same.
Hello. I want to know about migraine problem which is usually happened with, what I the instant solution or precautions for it please suggest me.
I have severe headachne for last 5 days.MRI of Brain & Venogram is done.It says enlarged pituitary gland of 13mm is seen in cranio caudal
I get frequent headaches. Have had this problem since childhood. It feels like a migraine. It used to be that overnight sleep would fix it. But these days it last multiple days. What can be the causes and possible solutions.
Hi Dear sir/madam, Dear sir all master chk updone my concern is need to reduce burning sensation on my foot without effecting my spinal pain what is the problem how we can diagnose it. I had already did blood check up to chk serum and b12 level everything is normal only serum Creatine 0.97 B12 333pg/ml But 25 oh vitamin d under deficiency 14. 88 ng/ml I am suffering from neuropathy problem severe burning sensation at my foot so family doctor prescribed meconerv tablet for a month but after taking within a week got severe back chronic nerve pain I mean spinal cord pain for 2 days suffered lot and taken ultracet for pain again consult other doctor he prescribed me nurokind for 15 days again within 3 days got same back nerve pain severely now stopped taking all tablets feeling back pain is better than burning sensation. So now I don't now how to cure my neuropathy please help me.
Reason of seizure is unknown, Sir. I did MRI. Report was normal. In this year I had another seizure for 3-5 seconds. I had lost my consciousness and admitted to nursing home as same as two years ago. I was out of sense for at least 5 hours. What should I do now? My all reports like City scan, EEG are normal. Please give me some advice. Waiting for your reply.
My age is 75 yrs with severe pain in back, has undergone hip bone surgery, osteoporiasis patient, chronic diabetic patient, suffering from bone & nerve pain. Please advise.
Sir, I am 29 years old. I have been diagnosed as epilepsy patient on 10th may by a neurologist. My seizure first took place on 10th march and then 30th april. The doctor prescribed valprolcr500 and folvite. At present today I have been diagnosed a 2 month pregnant patient. I am very much tensed. This is my second issue. What should be good for me as well as for the coming child? Should I take or not?
One of the most common and troubling sensations that we may experience is a migraine. However, common it may, it is a serious disorder and needs immediate attention. Medically, a migraine is defined as a severe and a constant throbbing pain which culminates to a pulsing sensation on one side of the head. Migraine is mainly accompanied by nausea, occasional or constant vomiting and an extreme sense of displeasure to light and sound. A migraine attack can last for hours or even days. The pain can be so severe that many times it leads to temporary disabling of the patient.
There is no specific age for migraine to set in; however, it is most common among the age group of 30 to 40, but patients can also experience migraine pains in their teens or early 20s. If you keep track of your physical changes and some uncommon bodily actions then you may be able to understand the early signs of a migraine attack. Some of the most common signs to watch out for are:
Sensitive to Light and Sound
All of a sudden, if your mobile screen seems too bright or the TV sounds too loud, even in normal settings, then you are showing early symptoms of a migraine attack and perhaps the most common one.
You are having a normal day, suddenly your eyes start to water up, and soon it’s uncontrollable. You wipe your eyes and the water keeps on forming, making it impossible for you to go on with it. This is certainly an early symptom of a migraine attack.
It may start with just an itch in or around the periphery of your ear. This will change to a throbbing ache; and when it does, it is generally a harbinger of a migraine that is about to set in.
Enjoying an ice-cream? Well, it is good as long as you enjoy it without any pain. But if your teeth suddenly become extra sensitive to the freezing temperature of the ice-cream, it may transpire to give you a migraine attack and is also considered one of the early signs of a migraine.
Lose Concentration, Train of Thoughts and Words
If you completely lose track of what you were thinking or can’t remember a word to put on your sentence or you’re unable to concentrate on the work at your hand, it may be a sign of a migraine attack.
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