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Dr. Ajit Kumar Varma - Podiatrist, Kochi

Dr. Ajit Kumar Varma

92 (463 ratings)
MBBS, M.S. General Surgery

Podiatrist, Kochi

39 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Ajit Kumar Varma 92% (463 ratings) MBBS, M.S. General Surgery Podiatrist, Kochi
39 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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Highly professional and extreme importance to patient care. Managing in extensive necrotizing fasciitis, plantar-space infections, diabetic gangrene of the lower limb, osteomylites, and s......more
Highly professional and extreme importance to patient care. Managing in extensive necrotizing fasciitis, plantar-space infections, diabetic gangrene of the lower limb, osteomylites, and severely destroyed foot and ankle Charcot. Have devised a novel technique of foot and ankle stabilization, ‘The Amrita Sling Technique.’ and has also devised techniques of using Polymethyl methacrylate, to replace severely destroyed Charcot foot bones. Main objective is lower limb amputation prevention in Diabetic patients. Please visit my website: www.ajitkumarvarma.co.in I shall be grateful if you could please ask questions regarding Diabetic foot and lower limb problems, Foot and ankle reconstruction and corrective surgeries, Charcot foot problems, Podiatry, Foot care and Foot wear advise, or anything related to the feet and Diabetic lower limb.
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He has over 38 years of experience as a Podiatrist. He has completed MBBS, M.S. General Surgery. Book an appointment online with Dr. Ajit Kumar Varma on Lybrate.com.

Lybrate.com has an excellent community of Podiatrists in India. You will find Podiatrists with more than 29 years of experience on Lybrate.com. Find the best Podiatrists online in Kochi. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision. CURING HIGHLY CHALLENGING AILMENTS. There is a natural healing force within all of us. It is a powerful weapon against disease. Our body is a miracle of nature and has an extraordinary talent to heal itself. Nearly all physical and mental conditions can be predominantly treated by “Mind-Energy’ but may not be suitable for everyone. Some people are more receptive than others to this treatment, due to a number of factors. As such the results of healing can vary. If the patient has faith in the technique and the care-giver, this will of course help immensely. Mind is energy, a very powerful tool, when used correctly, can be focused with great intensity on the diseased organ or area, like a wound in the leg or foot, and help cure the organ ailment and heal the wound. ‘Visualization’ is a powerful mechanism with which, when properly trained, one can focus the mind-energy to the site of the ailment and heal oneself. These things must be dealt with by the person being healed. Care givers can help in imparting this training to the person in need and guiding the patient till complete healing has occurred. Our body has an energy field. Sometimes due to trauma, we experience negative energy, which creates blockages and stops the natural healing ability. Stress and worry will eventually affect the body. The reason one is sick today is probably due to a build-up of negative emotions. The effects of worry and stress may not show up today, but at some point, they may arrive as an illness.Stress lowers the immune system of the body. Thus the body is not protected against a disease. Once the stressful situation is over, it takes time for the body to switch back on its immune system fully. Meditation works largely by influencing stress response pathways. People who meditate regularly have lower cortisol levels, and studies have shown that they have changes in their amygdala, a brain area involved in fear and the response to threat. Physical exercise is very important for the body and mind. Many studies have given a sound insight into the positive effects of physical activity on the physical and mental health of individuals.Studies highlight the importance of patients' beliefs and emotional responses to their illness as being important in influencing their satisfaction with the consultation, reassurance following conclusive medical testing and health-care management. Recent research shows that the patient’s perceptions to his or her illness will have marked associations with the outcome, especially in chronic illness and will also affect the individual’s behavior in society and quality of life. This is an area which must be addresses with importance, so that in patients’ who have a low feeling of a positive outcome, this mental attitude must be changed so as to heal the disease condition. Since past many years I and my team, have been deeply involved in this method of management, and helping large number of patients heal the ailments of their body and mind. Of-course, many a time, opinion and management by the specific allopathic consultant doctor, is very much required. This may involve required investigations and medical or surgical management as is deemed necessary. We have thus been able to help heal patients with acute and chronic problems, some of them declared to be incurable. The time taken for treatment would vary from a few days to weeks or months, depending on the disease and many other factors. It is of-course very important that the patient have an extreme urge to cure his or her disease. Patients’ should have the willingness and mental ability to understand and be compliant with the management plan so as to affect a faster and complete cure. We must understand that it is the patient who will cure his or her disease. Inner acceptance of the ailment and the situation, by the patient is very important. Different modalities are involved in the management depending on the disease and other factors. This includes the patient intensely focusing his or her mind-energy on the diseased organ or area and visualization methods to heal the ailment. Care givers will in detail, explain the specific process to the patient and relatives, and we will guide the patient along the path to a complete recovery. You may please initially contact me through my website: www. ajitkumarvarma.co.in. Of-course, for proper treatment, one to one consultation with the patient and relatives is necessary. You may also consult me in my department of Podiatric Surgery, AsterMedcity Institute, Kochi, Kerala, India. In such case, it would be good if one of the close relatives could initially consult me with the case documents, and then we can proceed with patient management. “Love is the basis of the World, the essence of life”. I would humbly request you to please spread this information so that those patients in need; those with acute, chronic or intractable ailments can be helped and cured. Dr.Ajit Kumar Varma, was born on 28 February 1955. He completed his schooling from Central School, N.Delhi (C.B.S.C), in 1971. He passed his M.B.B.S from the University of New Delhi, in December 1980. He then joined the Indian Army Medical Corps, in 1981. While serving in the Indian Army, he completed his Masters in General Surgery from ‘Armed Forces Medical College’, Pune in May 1990. Here, he had immense experience in trauma surgery and various emergency surgeries. In August 1997, he resigned from the Armed Forces as a Lieutenant colonel. He then worked for a few years in a couple of major hospitals in Kerala, in the departments of general surgery and gasterosurgery, carrying out all types of elective and emergency surgeries, including surgeries for gastro-intestinal malignancies and laparoscopic gastro-intestinal surgeries. In May 2004 he joined the ‘Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and research centre’, Kochi, Kerala, a 1400 bed, tertiary referral hospital, as the chief of the Unit of diabetic lower-limb and Podiatric Surgery. He has been the organizing secretary of the International ‘Amrita Endocrinology and Diabetic Foot Conference’, held once in two years, in the institute campus. On 1st June 2015 he joined the Aster Medcity Hospital, a quartinary care institute, Kochi, Kerala, as Senior Consultant of the Department of Podiatric Surgery. This is the largest of its kind in India, and concentrates mainly on limb salvage. Cases managed include extensive necrotizing fasciitis, plantar-space infections, diabetic gangrene of the lower limb and osteomylites, and severely destroyed foot and ankle Charcot. This is the only center in India where foot and ankle reconstructive surgeries are being performed routinely in large numbers, in high-risk Diabetic patients. He has devised a novel technique of foot and ankle stabilization, ‘The Amrita Sling Technique.’ He has also devised techniques of using Polymethyl methacrylate, to replace severely destroyed Charcot foot bones. These manuscripts have been published in international medical journals, and the surgical videos have been uploaded in the You Tube. He has also developed a new polymer based footwear for diabetic patients, which has been ‘patented’. In January 2010, he was conferred with the prestigious Dr.S.C.Misra medical oration award. He is the principal investigator in a number of major research programmes. Most notable among these is the new invention of an entire foot bones replacement prosthesis. This again has been provisionally patented. By comprehensive management, the center has been able to maintain a limb salvage rate of 91.5%, in diabetic foot and lower-limb problems, comparable to the best centers in the world. He has over 200 research papers published in national and international journals. He has hands on experience of working in eminent diabetic foot centers in the United Kingdom and the United States of America. He has been invited as a guest faculty for many national and international Diabetic Foot conferences, the most notable being to the premier ‘World Diabetic Foot Conference (DFCon—2014)’, held at Los Angeles from 19th March ’14 to in 22nd March 2014. He was invited to speak on two topics, one on ‘Salvage procedures in Diabetic Foot infections’, and a ‘Video presentation of the ‘novel foot and ankle reconstruction techniques’, which he has devised. I have devised, For the First time in the world, a novel technique of foot and ankle stabilization, ‘The Amrita Sling Technique.’ This is lieu of an external fixator, after internal fixation. I have also devised techniques of using Polymethyl methacrylate, to replace severely destroyed Charcot foot bones. These surgeries have been uploaded in the You-Tube: The links are: 1. Amrita Sling Technique: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdPlfJIbqUU 2. Foot Bone Prosthesis (PMMA): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgsNIP3m5tw 3. Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) Foot & Ankle replacement Prosthesis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4tIu6TONbo

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MBBS - University College of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi. - 1979
M.S. General Surgery - Armed Forces Medical College, University of Pune. - 1990
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English
Hindi
Malayalam
Awards and Recognitions
S.C Mishra medical oration award
Professional Memberships
Life Member, Diabetic Foot Society of India

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I have pain in my back regular and stone in gallbladder please advice me proper solution.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery
Podiatrist, Kochi
I have pain in my back regular and stone in gallbladder please advice me proper solution.
Is the Gall bladder stones symptomatic. If so you have to undergo surgery to remove the GB. If the back pain is due to spinal problem and not due to GB stone, please consult an Orthopedic surgeon who would advise on the management.
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Please suggest this question is for my 80 years old mom who lives in kolkata with my brother. Reports are normal. Both kidney are normal. One nerve of Right leg is blocked one month ago that is why swollen right leg and stopped walking few month ago during winter and her confidence have gone down. She have stop walking and evethung us dine on bed. Please advice as I want to see her waking a least slowly. Thanks.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery
Podiatrist, Kochi
Please suggest this question is for my 80 years old mom who lives in kolkata with my brother. Reports are normal. Bot...
In the right lower limb, is the block in the Vein or the Arteries. A Venous and Arterial Doppler test will show where is the problem. If the block is in the veins, she would have to be admitted under a vascular surgeon, and IV medications given to remove the deep vein thrombosis. This will remove the swelling in the leg. If the block is in the arteries, a peripheral angiogram and an angioplasty will have to be done to open up the blocks and relieve the pain. Please consult a vascular surgeon.
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I have gall stones. N very high liver perimeters. Sgpt 459 alkaline 237 sgot 535. Is gall bladder removal surgery possible in such condition.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery
Podiatrist, Kochi
I have gall stones. N very high liver perimeters. Sgpt 459 alkaline 237 sgot 535. Is gall bladder removal surgery pos...
It depends on due to what cause is the raised LFT. If it is due to stones blocking the CBD, then surgery is required. If it is because of acute Cholecystitis, once with medication the acute infection is controlled, the surgery can be done.
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I am a 23 years old male, suffering from an undiagnosed muscle swelling from past 4 months, been to many doctors. But I didn't get any explanation. I really need your help, in solving my case.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery
Podiatrist, Kochi
I am a 23 years old male, suffering from an undiagnosed muscle swelling from past 4 months, been to many doctors. But...
You need to undergo a biopsy for diagnosis. Initially a FNAB can be done, and if required an open biopsy may be needed. Once the reports come, the management can be started. Please consult a General surgeon for the same.
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I don't want remove my gallbladder. if any other option is available then suggest me please. i am worried from this problem.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery
Podiatrist, Kochi
I don't want remove my gallbladder. if any other option is available then suggest me please. i am worried from this p...
Gall Bladder need only be removed if there is chronic cholecystitis and symptomatic gall stones. If neither is present, and even if calculus is present, but asymptomatic, you need not undergo surgery.
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I am 33 years old. I have 18 mm gall bladder stone. But I want to operate it after two months. So it will be late for my health. It can be harmful for my health?

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery
Podiatrist, Kochi
I am 33 years old. I have 18 mm gall bladder stone. But I want to operate it after two months. So it will be late for...
If you do not have any severe symptoms, then waiting for two months for the GB surgery is fine. You can reduce intake of fatty foods to prevent any pain and abdominal symptoms.
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I am patient of gallbladder stone, in gallbladder stone is 13 mm and in my report is showing as clinical correlation so what is clinical correlation.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery
Podiatrist, Kochi
I am patient of gallbladder stone, in gallbladder stone is 13 mm and in my report is showing as clinical correlation ...
It means that if you have symptoms related to GB stones, then this finding is significant, and would require treatment, which is usually GB removal. If you have no symptoms regarding GB, then it is an incidental finding and need not be worried about it.
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Dr. I am 30 years old unmarried lady. I have excessive arm fat. I'm started doing exercises but it's not reducing. My weight is 70 kg, I have disc bulge lightly now only I started to do exercises. Which exercises I can do for reducing my arm and thigh fat. Can you pls help me with your valuable suggestions.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery
Podiatrist, Kochi
Dr. I am 30 years old unmarried lady. I have excessive arm fat. I'm started doing exercises but it's not reducing. My...
It is good that you are exercising. You have to be regular with it. Along with it you have to be on a strict diet. Take minimal fat, calories, mainly take vegetables, do lot of aerobic exercises like jogging, skipping, and you will reused weight and fat in your body.
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Hello I am 22 years old female. I had done USG and report conclude that Echogenic lesion in G.B lumen (12. 6 mm) Anterior sub-serosal fibroid (1.6*1.5 cm) Doctor gave medicine for 2 months. Is there anything to worry?

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery
Podiatrist, Kochi
Hello I am 22 years old female.
I had done USG and report conclude that
Echogenic lesion in G.B lumen (12. 6 mm)
Ante...
If you are asymptomatic regarding the GB stone, and the fibroid, you need not worry about it now. At any time if symptoms occur, you may then consult the doctor for advise regarding surgery.
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