New Delhi-based Neurologist Dr. Sweta Singla has 14 years of experience as a Behavioural Neurologist, Headache specialist and Somnologist (Sleep specialist). She holds an MBBS degree from the University of Medical Sciences, Delhi, MD from Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi and DM in neurology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. She is professionally associated with many medical consortiums like Movement Disorder Society, American Academy of Neurology, Indian Sleep Disorder Society and International Headache Society.
Currently she is working with Kalpavriksh Super speciality Centre, from MON-SAT 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM and 05:00 PM - 08:00 PM and also with Metro Hospital & Heart Institute on MON, WED, FRI between 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM. She offers her medical services such as Electroconvulsive Therapy Treatment, Radiofrequency Neurotomy procedure, Surgery of facial nerves, Brain suite treatment, Brain tumour surgery, Cerebrovascular surgery, Cerebrovascular surgery, Csf Rhinorrhoea repair procedure etc.
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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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I was having this neurological problems, but the symptoms were not very visible. I am so much benefitted with her treatment, that i am perfectly fine now. Even though there was a long queue, still the staff was very pleasant. One of my cousin's referred to Sweta Singla. Even though it's been more than a year, still if I sometimes feel pain and call her, and Sweta Singla still takes my call in case of any emergency. It was amazing, the Kalpavriksh Superspeciality Centerl was so nicely made. Sweta Singla is really like god send person. Almost all doctors suggested surgery for it, but I did not wanted to go for it for my neurological problems. In order to diagnose my problem completely she asked me a number of questions.
. Sweta Singla has a very positive attitude towards all the patients. Our family physician personally recommended Sweta Singla for my brain suite. I must say the hygiene was maintained very nicely in the Kalpavriksh Superspeciality Centerthe lab in the Kalpavriksh Superspeciality Center was very clean and well managed. Sweta Singla guidance has helped me immensely and has helped gain confidence. Sweta Singla has in depth knowledge and ensures that she explains the problem in detail.
My previous experiences were not so good, but Dr Singla has completely changed my opinion as she is very helpful and humble. The Kalpavriksh Center have proper facilities for disabled patients as well. Thanks to her I am much better now. Due to my paralysis my daily activities were suffering. A friend of mine referred to her for treatment . I was quite impressed with her concept of holistic healing.
As someone I knew, consulted Dr Sweta Singla and they referred us as I was suffering from acute headache. Finally with her treatment, I am completely cured from the disease. Sweta Singla has a broad knowledge in the field of Neurologist. The staff was very attentive to my needs. During the treatment, she supported me a lot. She is so pleasant to talk to and always ready to answer your doubts.
I have consulted so many doctors but nobody till now was able to understand my concern properly, until i consulted Dr Sweta. Thanks to her for giving the best suitable tremor treatment. During the treatment, she supported me a lot. I am perfectly fine after her treatment.
I consulted Dr Sweta for dementia of my mother. I am really impressed with the way she went about diagnosis and analysis of my mother's problem
Very helpful advise ,according treat . I m deeply thankful to doc
She is very good doctor,
Hi I am Gaurav, 24 years old. Actually I am suffering from migraine since childhood. When I suffered I used to take painkillers everytime so what should I do now.
Hi, recently my father met with an accident and got severe head injury. He was admitted in aiims trauma centre for 10 days. At the time of admission his stage was m5 and at the time of discharge it was m6. Now he recognizing many things and goo din memory but still he behaves impatiently and his voice is more like a child. His age is 53 and he is a diabetic patient too. Also his sugar his high 163 fasting and 285 pp. It's just one month passed away. Could you please tell me when he'll become completely fit and ready to go office and all.
I am not able to sleep since 1 week. I always try to sleep on time but I am helpless. I am not getting proper sleep. In a week I slept hardly 3 4 hours only. I have tried each n every possible thing. I am not taking any stress nor any pressure. I have started to drink milk at night also to get better sleep. But all this is in vain. Please suggest me I am fearing that it may be features of insomnia.
The word epilepsy brings to mind visions of people frothing at the mouth and rolling on the ground. However, epilepsy affects each patient in a different way. This can make it hard to recognize at times. In the more serious cases of epilepsy, an epileptic attack can make a patient injure himself or develop other life threatening conditions. In rare cases, epilepsy can even cause death. Thus it becomes imperative to understand how to deal with epilepsy.
Treatment options for epilepsy can be categorized as medication, surgical procedures and dietary changes.
Medication: Medication for epilepsy is prescribed on the basis of the symptoms presented and the type of epilepsy the patient is suffering from. In most cases, seizures can be controlled with a single type of medication, but in others, the doctor may need to prescribe a combination of medicines to control epilepsy. These forms of medication do have side effects and hence any reactions to the medication must be immediately brought to the doctor's notice. The dosage for epilepsy medication may need to be varied with time. An epileptic patient should never discontinue medication on their own.
Surgery: Depending on the type of seizures and the area of the brain affected, a doctor may advise surgery in cases of severe epilepsy. Surgery can help reduce the number of seizures experienced or completely stop them. Surgery to treat epilepsy is of many types. Some of the common procedures are:
- Surgery to remove tumor of any such conditions that may be triggering the epileptic attacks
- Surgery to remove a small section of the brain from where a seizure originates. This may also be referred to as a lobectomy.
- Multiple subpial transaction or a surgery that involves making a series of cuts in the brain to prevent the seizures from spreading to other parts of the brain.
- Surgery to sever the neural connections between the right and left hemispheres of the brain.
- Surgery to remove half the brain's cortex or outer layer
Dietary changes: A diet rich in fats and low in carbohydrates can help reduce seizures. This is known as a ketogenic diet and aims at making the body break down fats instead of carbohydrates. It can cause a buildup of uric acid in the body and thus should be practiced only under the guidance of a dietician. In cases where epileptic attacks are triggered by malnutrition and birth defects, taking vitamin supplements can help lower the frequency of seizures.epilepsy Surgery
My sister have put on weight after treatment of migraine (after 2012) and we are said that she has put on the weight due to those medicines of migraine. What can be best way to reduce her weight?
He have been suffering from walking and speaking problem since he was born. He can't walk like general once can walk (he can walk like a pressure on one leg actually right side arm and leg are perfect). And he also can't speak clearly as we speak. All the basic medicines he had taken like polio and all. What should he do?
World Alzheimer’s Day is celebrated on the 21st of September each year. A number of organizations, from all over the world concentrate on raising the awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Alzheimer’s disease is a very common type of dementia. It falls under the group of disorders in which mental functioning gets impaired. Life for an Alzheimer’s patients is quite difficult, but by following the following tips, you can support yourself and will also help you to cope with it.
- You have to accept the changes and accept that life will continue getting difficult. Instead of trying to cover your difficulties for protection from embarrassment, you should face the fact. You also have to accept the changes in your physical abilities and adapt to skills, which are beneficial.
- You should develop some ideal coping strategies. Try to be occupied and involved and respond to the challenges you face in everyday life. By practicing the coping skills you will be able to gain a sense of control in your life.
- Try to identify stuff. Make a list of all the tasks which seem challenging to you and try to develop coping strategies for these tasks. Prioritize your tasks and determine whether it is really necessary to overcome certain tasks. You should also strategize solutions and come up with solutions which would suit you best.
- You should set realistic goals and expectations for yourself and use the coping skills to deal with difficult tasks. In case of very challenging tasks, do not hesitate to take help.
- A daily routine or plan is required for keeping a track of several tasks. A schedule reduces the amount of time you spend to figure out something, simplifying your task and also prevents mistakes.
- Always approach one task at a time and take enough time to complete tasks. Do not give up on challenging tasks and take breaks to figure things out.
- Always remember that you have more than a single chance to solve problems. If one chance fails, you should adopt new strategies and try again and again with better assessment.
- You should identify the triggers which cause anxiety and stress. Knowing the causes will allow you to plan in advance so that you can prevent them.
- Keep in mind that your family, friends, pets, will power and prayers are sources of great strength and will help you get past any obstacle.
- You should accept help from others and do not hesitate or think about being dependent on others.
You should take the advice from your psychiatrist or from Alzheimer Association National Early-Stage Advisors in order to understand the challenges such as medications, management of schedules and dealing with emotional or relationship changes.