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Shop No-15, JMD Galleria, Opposite Malibu Town, Sohna Road, Gurgaon, Gurgaon Gurgaon
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Rockland Hospital & OPD Center is known for housing experienced Neurologists. Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a well-reputed Neurologist, practices in Gurgaon. Visit this medical health centre for Neurologists recommended by 50 patients.


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Shop No-15, JMD Galleria, Opposite Malibu Town, Sohna Road, Gurgaon, Gurgaon
Sohna Gurgaon, Haryana
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MCh - Neuro Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS
23 Years experience
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Self Injury Or Cutting!

MD - Acupuncture, Diploma In Accupuncture, Advanced Diploma In Accupuncture
Acupuncturist, Delhi

Self Injury Or Cutting 

Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting
Homeopathic Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting
Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting
Psychotherapy Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting
Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting
Surgical Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting
Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting
Other Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting
What is Self Injury or Cutting
Symptoms of Self Injury or Cutting
Causes of Self Injury or Cutting
Risk factors of Self Injury or Cutting
Complications of Self Injury or Cutting
Lab Investigations and Diagnosis of Self Injury or Cutting
Precautions & Prevention of Self Injury or Cutting
Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting 

Homeopathic Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting

Homeopathy is safe natural and effective treatment of psychoemotional complaints. It acts on thoughts, emotions and behavior to help develop a healthy personality. It has the ability to relieve emotional pain and suffering. Some of the homeopathic medicines that can be used for treatment of Self Injury or Cutting are:

Lil T
Nux V

Acupuncture and Acupressure Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting

Acupuncture is well known for treatment of psychological disorders. It calms mind and relieves stress arising due to deep psychological issues. In acupuncture therapist will first diagnose the case on the basis of energy system or chi blockage as well as on the basis of status of five elements. On this basis certain disease specific acupoints are selected and stimulated.

Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting

Psychotherapy and hypnotherapy Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting can help you identify and manage underlying issues that trigger self-injury. In psychotherapy, individuals can talk through their problems, and establish what is at the heart of their need to self-harm. It helps you learn skills to better tolerate stress and regulate your emotions. It also boosts your self-image; improve your relationships and problem-solving skills. Hypnotherapy is safe and quick treatment of deep seated psychological issues and barriers.

Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting

Allopathic Treatment of Self Injury or Cutting involves the use of antidepressants or other psychiatric medications. These medications help improve depression, anxiety or other mental disorders commonly associated with self-injury.

What is Self Injury or Cutting

Self-injury is the act of deliberately harming your own body, such as cutting or burning yourself. Self-injury is often done on impulse, it may be considered an impulse-control behavior problem.

Symptoms of Self Injury or Cutting

Scars, such as from burns or cuts
Fresh cuts, scratches, bruises or other wounds
Broken bones
Keeping sharp objects on hand
Relationship troubles
Wearing long sleeves or long pants, even in hot weather
Claiming to have frequent accidents

Causes of Self Injury or Cutting

Emotionally empty
Seek attention or to manipulate others
Punish yourself for perceived faults

Risk factors of Self Injury or Cutting

Early teen years
Sexually, physically or emotionally abused
Negative emotions
Having friends who self-injure
Alcohol or substance use

Complications of Self Injury or Cutting

Permanent scars or disfigurement
Guilt and low self-esteem
Accidental or deliberate suicide
Blood loss if major blood vessels or arteries are cut 

Diagnosis of Self Injury or Cutting

There is no specific diagnostic test for self-injury. Diagnosis is based on a physical and mental evaluation.

Precautions & Prevention of Self Injury or Cutting

There is no sure way to prevent self-injury. You can follow the following ways to reduce the risk of self-injury:

Promoting programs encouraging peers to seek help
Offering education about media influence
Adults should be educated about the warning signs of self-injury
Identifying people most at risk and offering help


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Low Back Pinched Nerve!

MD - Bio-Chemistry, MF Homeo (London), DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery), BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
Low Back Pinched Nerve!

Low Back Pinched Nerve!

Insomnia - How Can It Be Treated?

MBBS, M.D Psychiatry , Diploma In Psychological Medicine
Sexologist, Navi Mumbai
Insomnia - How Can It Be Treated?

Insomnia is a disorder where a person has difficulty sleeping. One can have problem falling asleep or staying asleep for long. Some people also have disturbed sleep. This can be a major problem as due to lack of sleep one feels tired and fatigued all day.

Recurring cases of insomnia hamper your daily activities and interfere with the smooth functioning of your life. Therefore, this condition should not be ignored and treated immediately.

Here are the various ways to treat insomnia:

Non-Medical (Cognitive and Behavioral treatment)
Several psychological and behavioral techniques can be used for the treatment of insomnia. Many of these methods can be easily self-taught and others require a therapist to be carried out properly. 

  1. Relaxation training, which is also called progressive muscle relaxation involves the patient to tense and relax his muscles systematically in various parts or regions of the body. Relaxation techniques, such as breathing exercises, various forms of meditation, mindfulness and guided imagery are used for treating insomnia people. The use of audio recordings for guidance in these techniques is quite popular.
  2. Stimulus control enables building an association between the bedroom and sleep. This is done by limiting several kinds of activities done in a bedroom. This may include going to bed only when very sleepy and leaving bed if you cannot sleep within twenty minutes. A strict bedtime and wake up time schedule has to be maintained.
  3. Cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT involves changes in behavior like maintaining a strict sleep time schedule, elimination of afternoon naps and other habits related to sleep. A cognitive component is also added to this method. Unhealthy beliefs and fear regarding sleep are challenged and positive, rational thinking is encouraged. CBT is a very effective procedure for treating insomnia and the track record regarding success is high.
  4. Changes in lifestyle are required to treat insomnia and prevent recurrence of insomnia, you should change certain habits and start some new practices. You should limit your intake of caffeine, alcohol and nicotine. Do not consume coffee or tea before going to sleep and avoid smoking. The habits may be stimulating and will keep you awake. Your diet should be balanced. You should avoid having rich and spicy food before going to bed. Avoid late meals and maintain a proper schedule for meals. Regular exercise can improve the symptoms of insomnia and you should try to work out every day.

Medical Treatment: There are many forms of medicines, which can treat insomnia. This includes over-the-counter medicines, as well as prescribed medicines. The type of medicine required completely depends on the severity and symptoms of your insomnia and other factors related to health. Therefore, you must consult a doctor before having any kind of medicine for treating insomnia.

The most common medicines for insomnia, which are usually prescribed by doctors are benzodiazepine hypnotics, non-benzodiazepine hypnotics and melatonin receptor agonists. However, medicines should only be taken after consulting with a specialist. Insomnia not only affects your health but also interferes with all your daily activities. Proper treatment should be taken to treat the same.

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Acoustic Neuroma - What Are The Risk Factors?

ENT Specialist, Ghaziabad
Acoustic Neuroma - What Are The Risk Factors?

Acoustic neuroma is the development of noncancerous and slow-growing tumors on the main, vestibular nerve that travels from the inner ear to the brain, connecting the two organs. They are also known as vestibular schwannoma, as it arises from Schwann cells covering the vestibular nerve. It rarely grows rapidly or attains a large enough size that can press against the brain and interfere with the vital functions of the brain. Since the tumor is benign, the patient can be assured that it won’t spread to the other parts of the body; however, they can grow large enough to disrupt the normal function of the body.

The pressure from the acoustic neuroma on the main nerve can cause loss of hearing, a constant ringing in the ear and unsteadiness. As per a report published by the Acoustic Neuroma Association, 1 out of every 50,000 people suffers from this condition.

Risk factors for acoustic neuroma
Acoustic neuroma does not have quite as many risk factors. The only established risk factor for acoustic neuroma is having a parent who suffers from the rare genetic disorder neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2). However, having said that, neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2) accounts for only 5 percent of the reported cases. In most of the cases, it has been found that the tumors appear spontaneously without any indication of a family member having this disease or any medical history of the same.

The development of noncancerous tumors on the ear nerves as well as other nerves in the body is scientifically supported as a characteristic indication of neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2). Neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2) is also termed as an autosomal dominant disorder, which indicates that the mutated gene can pass from just one parent. Each of the children has a fifty-fifty chance of inheriting the disease.

However, scientists and doctors have failed to identify why specific people get these tumors. They have reached a generic conclusion about the risk factors, which may include:

  • Loud noises near the ear.
  • A parathyroid neuroma, which is a similar benign tumor of the thyroid.
  • A chance of exposure to low levels of radiation in the childhood.

How to diagnose the risk factors for acoustic neuroma?
If you are experiencing loss of hearing or other neurological symptoms, try to keep track of them. Later on, mention them to your doctor for a proper diagnosis. A detailed history of the symptoms will help your doctor. Your doctor will perform a hearing test to check whether you have an acoustic neuroma. Then the doctor may perform a brainstem auditory evoked response tests along with an electronystagmography to detect any changes in eye movement, caused due to the inner ear. MRI and CT scans are also quite common diagnoses methods for acoustic neuroma.

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My wife is diagnosed with bells palsy on Sat 22. 09.18. She is being treated with Aciclovir 800 (5 times a day ). Neurobion forte tablet and Tears plus and Moisol eye drops (three times a day ). Is there anything else we can do to take further care. How long will she be back to normal. Basic symptoms of bells palsy are seen in her.

DNB (Neurosurgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Neurologist, Delhi
Usually steroids are also added to reduce the oedema of the facial nerve. Bells palsy is self limiting. Should recover in 2-3 months although some residual effect may remain. U must focus on facial excercises.
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Hi, I have continuous tingling sensation on half of my index finger since morning I have tried rubbing it there no blood blocking. The sensation It is not going I find it odd. Please suggest me.

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Carpal tunnel syndrome is diagnosed when the median nerve is being pinched at the wrist. Symptoms of carpal tunnel usually include tingling sensations in the thumb, index, and middle fingers. ... Nerve damage caused by diabetes can also cause constant numbness and tingling in the feet, hands, and fingers Exercises to stretch the hand and wrist can also reduce discomfort. Examples include: stretching out your fingers as wide as you can and holding the position for about 10 seconds moving your hands around in a clockwise direction about 10 times, then reversing the direction to reduce muscle tension rolling your shoulders backward five times, and then forward five times to keep them relaxed Repeat these exercises throughout the day to reduce tension in your muscles.
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What You Need To Know About Brain Injury?

MD - Brain Injury Medicine, MD - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, MD - Internal Medicine
PMR (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation) Specialist, Chennai


  • Traumatic Brain Injury - Happens due to trauma 
  • Anoxic/Hypoxic brain injury - Happens due to decreased blood or oxygen supply to the brain. 
  • Ischemic or hemorrhagic cerebrovascular accident (commonly referred to as stroke) - Happens due to clots occluding the blood vessels in the brain or due to bleeding of blood vessels in the brain  
  • Brain tumors and metastasis (spreading of cancer) to the brain 
  • Vascular malformations of the brain such as Arteriovenous malformation, aneurysm etc - 
  • Brain infections
  • Autoimmune conditions such as  Multiple Sclerosis and auto-immune encephalitis - 
  • Toxic/metabolic causes such as post transplantation, sepsis, liver failure and kidney failure
  • Basically any injury or illness that affects your brain function for a prolonged period of time causing temporary or permanant damage 


Usually individuals affected by these conditions can have a number of symptoms directly related to the brain injury such as

  • One-sided or both sided weakness and numbness of the arms and legs
  • Pain and tightness of the arms and legs
  • Difficulty with speech
  • Impaired consciousness (i.e. impaired arousal)
  • Cognitive impairment such as memory problems, slow thinking skills, problems with attention
  • Changes in their behavior such as aggression
  • Changes in their mood such as depression and anxiety
  • Difficulty in swallowing
  • Bladder and bowel incontinence
  • Visual problem
  • Hearing problem


There are medical complications that can be noted a few weeks or months after a brain injury. Some common ones include

  • Pneumonia
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Deep vein thrombosis – blood clot in the veins of your arms and legs
  • Pulmonary embolus – blood clot in your lungs
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Heterotopic ossification – a condition which causes stiffness of your joints
  • Seizures
  • Post-stroke shoulder pain – shoulder pain in the weak arm
  • Spasticity – tightness of the muscles of the affected arm and leg
  • Paroxysmal sympathetic hyperactivity – a condition which causes fluctuations in your blood pressure, heart rate, and also causes abnormal stiffness of the arms and legs
  • Headache
  • Hydrocephalus – a condition where fluid builds up in your brain


A comprehensive, interdisciplinary team approach (i.e. care being provided by various disciplines in a coordinated fashion) with   Physician (Physiatrist), Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist,  Speech and Language Therapist, Neuropsychologist,  Nutritionist and a  Nurse can help reduce your symptoms directly related to the injury as well as prevent and treat common medical complications post brain injury. Not all patients will require all services and usually, a combination of these services is required for an individual patient. 


Patients can be evaluated by the Physician first to determine the nature and severity of the medical condition then come up with a treatment plan that best suits them. Depending on the patient’s symptoms and medical complications (listed above), the treatment plan will include recommending therapy services, prescribing medications and performing injections. Medications are commonly  prescribed for medical complications as well as to reduce symptoms directly related to brain injury such as arm and leg weakness, muscle tightness, speech impairment, mood and behavior issues, cognitive impairment and impaired arousal. The physician  performs injections such as tendon injections, joint injections for joint or muscle pain as well as Botulinum toxin (commonly referred as Botox injections) and nerve block injections to help relieve muscle and tendon tightness.


A Physiotherapist will  focus on various physical exercises to improve weakness in the arms and legs, improve their walking and balance and to reduce muscle tightness. They might use physical modalities to reduce pain and inflammation, muscle and tendon tightness and prevent muscle atrophy. They can also fit you with an orthosis to reduce muscle tightness as well as improve your walking and arm function.


An Occupational Therapist will focus on various physical activities required for daily living for patients with severe physical and/or cognitive impairment and also teach cognitive exercises thereby compensating the cognitive deficits.  Visual Training exercises are provided to individuals with visual impairment due to the neurological problem. The final phase of treatment involves patient training for successful community integration (education, employment etc).


A Speech Language Pathologist (commonly referred to as a Speech and Language Therapist), will evaluate the patient’s speech, communication and swallowing skills.  The treatment plan is broken down after an initial evaluation. The program will vary depending on the extent of the injury, the stage of recovery, and the individual’s particular areas of difficulty. Specific retraining and compensatory exercises are taught to improve the above skills. However, the major focus is on helping the individual gain back his/her quality of life.


A Neuropsychologist evaluates  patients  with depression and anxiety, that is commonly seen after any major  life-changing illness or injury and guides them through the process of rehabilitation  thereby improving their quality of life through motivation and counseling.  Performing an in-depth cognitive assessment and planning cognitive re-training exercises and compensatory strategies is also a major treatment aspect of a Neuropsychologist.


Malnutrition or undernourishment is a common problem in this population. For optimal recovery,  a Nutritionist recommends an appropriate intake of nutrition.


A Rehabilitation Nurse  trains patients with central nervous system injury to manage their bowel and bladder independently.  Performing and training wound care management for patients with pressure ulcers are also handled by a Rehabilitation Nurse.


Depending on the severity and chronicity (time duration since injury/illness) of the injury/illness, your recovery time may differ. Complete neurological recovery is often possible if the injury is mild to moderate. In the case of a moderate to severe injury, a complete neurological recovery may not be possible and therefore the goal will be to help you be as independent as possible and integrate you into the community despite your physical and/or cognitive limitation. If the injury is too severe, then the goal would be to improve your quality of life by helping you be as independent as possible with your day to day living, decrease pain and prevent complications.

Hi, How long can an end stage dementia patient can live? She is 90 years old. She is eating food and drinking water well. But for every activities she needs help. Most of the time she do not open eyes and keep saying she is not well. Can not recognize anything or anyone. But when we give food she eats it. She use to urinate in bed so we are using diapers. She talks rarely. Always in a doz off state when waked up. Is also having pain around hips and taking medicines for that.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MS - General Surgery, Genito Urinary Surgery
Urologist, Ludhiana
Hi, How long can an end stage dementia patient can live? She is 90 years old. She is eating food and drinking water w...
It is difficult to say for how long the patient will live. Obviously she is taking orally means she is doing well as of now but for daily routine activities she needs help.
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Meri maa ki right leg main heavy pain aur sunn si ho gayi hai clinic par gaya to doctor ne bola ki nas block ho gayi hai. Please koi solution bataiye.

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Iske karan boht ho sakte hai jaise k sciatica,chot lagne k karan,peripheral neuropathy ityadi Kya back pain or neck stiffness bhi hai sath me?? Sahi diagnosis karna zaruri hai.. Homeopathy me iska ilaj accha hai.. Puri case history lene k bad koi medicine suggest ki ja sakti hai..
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I HAVE chronic migraine problem last 10 years. I took many types of medicines but no result. How will be cure? Please reply.

Homeopath, Noida
1. Take adequate night sleep 2. Eat at regular intervals. As starvation/gas can trigger migrain 3. Avoid things that can trigger migrain. Common triggers include alcohol, caffeine or poor sleep. Inculcate good sleep practices like having a regular bedtime schedule and avoiding naps, caffeine and TV before bedtime. 4. Don't take stress- Pursue an enjoyable activity or verbalising frustration to reduce stress and improve mental health. 5. Avoid foods that you know triggers your migrain. 6. Hot packs and heating pads can relax tense muscles. Warm showers or baths may have a similar effect 7. Drink water. “Dehydration can be a big cause of headaches,” For more details you can consult me. For this homeopathic treatment is very effective For more details you can consult me.
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