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Sibia Medical Centre, Ludhiana

Sibia Medical Centre

  4.4  (93 ratings)

Cardiologist Clinic

B XIX 568 A, Civil Lines Ludhiana
1 Doctor · ₹500
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Our goal is to offer our patients, non-invasive, non-surgical treatments for heart disease, arthritis, osteo-arthritis, kidney stones, back ache etc....more
Our goal is to offer our patients, non-invasive, non-surgical treatments for heart disease, arthritis, osteo-arthritis, kidney stones, back ache etc.
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Sibia Medical Centre is known for housing experienced Cardiologists. Dr. Sukhbindar Sibia, a well-reputed Cardiologist, practices in Ludhiana. Visit this medical health centre for Cardiologists recommended by 103 patients.

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MON-SAT
05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
MON-SUN
09:00 AM - 02:00 PM

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B XIX 568 A, Civil Lines
Civil Lines Ludhiana, Punjab - 141001
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Dr. Sukhbindar Sibia

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist
88%  (93 ratings)
37 Years experience
500 at clinic
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My father have heavy leg pain. I think this is because of sugar complaint. Say any solution.

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
My father have heavy leg pain. I think this is because of sugar complaint. Say any solution.
Feeling of heaviness or pain in legs in diabetic patients is usually due to decreased blood flow to legs - have doppler test done.
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Please describe me substitute veg items for non-veg. Because my wife have distraction to eat non-veg. Please advise.

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Please describe me substitute veg items for non-veg. Because my wife have distraction to eat non-veg. Please advise.
High protein found in nonveg is available in cheese, soya products, black grams etc. Egg is also good source and some veg people take it.
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Sir I take telma 40 for blood pressure my problem is particularly after food my chest becomes heavy but with taking food I can walk but after food I am not able to walk atlist for 2 to 3 hrs which is because of gas problem please let me guide me what I can do to ease my life now I am 57 years old.

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
This could be angina and heart problem along with gas and acid peptic disease and hypertension. Consultation with nearest cardiologist and further investigation i. E. Ecg, tmt, echocardiography etc. As deemed fit by consultant should be considered.
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4 Best Ways to Combat Erratic Work Schedule-related Potential Health Problems

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
4 Best Ways to Combat Erratic Work Schedule-related Potential Health Problems
Work-related stress has become almost unavoidable. Work styles these days have become very taxing on health. Odd/late nightshifts, odd working hours and therefore snacking, less access to wholesome food are few of the reasons which impacts the urban working populace. It has a direct impact on heart health and as a result we come across many young heart patients.

Follow these 4 simple suggestions to avoid heart problems due to erratic work schedules and to live a happy and healthy lifestyle.

1) Eat According to Your Schedule: Night shift workers must not eat heavy. Have light food throughtout and a moderate breakfast. Afternoon shift workers must have meal in the middle of the day and not middle of their shift.

2) Avoid Exercise at Odd Hours: Though you need to exercise regularly, strenous exercise right ahead of your sleep time activates your metabolism which reduces the inducing of sleep.

3) Get Adequate Rest: A good sleep resolves more bodily problems than any medicine. Ensure a sound sleep with maintaining right temperature, darkness and comfort. Sleep rejuvenates you therefore. Ensure a decent 7-8 hours of quality sleep.

4) Keep Hydrated: Drink enough water as that will help regulate toxins. Also reduce your salty food and fast food intake. Ensure fruits intake and watery foods like soups, dals, fresh juices etc

Click on consult privately to ask me any follow-up questions on this.

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My son has fever since last two days with pain in throat and coupled with cough. Temperature ranges from 98.5-102 we are giving him Roxid 150 Twice daily + Crocin 3 times, gargle four times a day. The medication started from last night. Suggest line of treatment.

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
If no improvement you should get complete blood tests and X-Ray chest done. Based on this treatment can be decided or if required further investigations done.
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Hi I have small problem from my child hood. My hands and Legs were always will be sweat. Can any one suggest me how to come over this thing.

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Excessive or sweating (also known as hyperhidrosis) is often real and embarrassing problem,. It is best to learn to live with it by taking the following steps: 1. Use antiperspirants - Don't just roll or spray on your antiperspirant/deodorant in the morning and forget about it. Also apply it at night before you go to bed -- it will help keep you drier. 2. Live if cooler climate / airconditioned place, 3. Don't wear heavy clothes that will trap sweat. Instead, wear light, breathable fabrics such as cotton and silk. Bring along an extra shirt when you know you'll be exercising or outdoors in the heat. Your feet can sweat too, so wear socks that wick moisture away from them (merino wool and polypro are good choices). 4. Shower or bathe every day using an antibacterial soap to control the bacteria that can inhabit your sweaty skin and cause odors. Dry yourself completely afterward, and before applying antiperspirant. 5. Use underarm liners and shoe inserts to absorb sweat so it doesn't ruin your clothes or start to smell. 6. Don't order a double jalapeno burrito with a margarita at your favorite Mexican restaurant. Spicy foods and alcohol can both make you sweat, as can hot drinks like tea and coffee. Medical Treatments for Heavy Sweating : 1. Iontophoresis: During this treatment, you sit with your hands, feet, or both in a shallow tray of water for about 20 to 30 minutes, while a low electrical current travels through the water. No one knows exactly how this treatment works, but experts believe it blocks sweat from getting to your skin's surface. You'll have to repeat this treatment at least a few times a week, but after several times you may stop sweating. Once you learn how to do iontophoresis, you can buy a machine to use at home. Some people only require a couple of treatments a month for maintenance. Iontophoresis is not recommended for women who are pregnant and people who have pacemakers or metal implants (including joint replacements), cardiac conditions, or epilepsy. 2. Botulinum toxin: Another treatment option for heavy sweating is injections of botulinum toxin A (Botox), the same medicine used for wrinkles. Botox is FDA-approved for treating excessive sweating of the underarms, but some doctors may also use it on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. Botox works by preventing the release of a chemical that signals the sweat glands to activate. You may need to have several Botox injections, but the results can last for almost a year. 3. Anticholinergic drugs: When you've tried antiperspirants and treatments like iontophoresis and Botox and they haven't worked, your doctor might recommend a prescription medicine such as anticholinergic drugs. Oral anticholinergic drugs stop the activation of the sweat glands, but they aren't for everyone because they can have side effects such as blurred vision, heart palpitations, and urinary problems. 4. Surgery: You may have seen plastic surgeons advertising surgical procedures for excessive sweating. Surgery is only recommended for people with severe hyperhidrosis that hasn't responded to other treatments. During surgery, the doctor may cut, scrape, or suction out the sweat glands. Another surgical option is endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (ETS), in which the surgeon makes very small incisions and cuts the nerves in your armpit that normally activate the sweat glands. This procedure is very effective, but it's used only as a last resort on people who have tried every other treatment. ETS can't be reversed, and it can leave scars. One side effect almost everyone who gets ETS has to deal with is compensatory sweating, which is when your body stops sweating in one area, but starts sweating in another (such as the face or chest) to compensate.
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My father went a heart By-Pass surgery in October 2006. He is doing well now and is 67. However, he has issues with climbing stairs even for one store and gets tired too easily. What are the medical measures he needs to carefully undertake in order to keep himself fit ? Also , is there a likelihood of another surgery 10 years after one surgery ?

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
There are other effective, safe and economical non-invasive, non-surgical options like Artery Clearance Therapy (ACT) / Chelation therapy and External Counter Pulsation (ECP/EECP) for patients unfit for heart bypass surgery or angioplasty stents, where these have failed, when there is recurrence after surgery or stents get blocked again and for patients who want to avoid surgery. [Automatically added by Lybrate] Click "Consult Dr. Sukhbindar Sibia" below to consult privately with the doctor.
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I am 39 years old. I smoke 10-15 cigarette everyday. I am with high blood pressure. I don't do any hard physical work. Please what should I do?

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Chelation helps in detoxification due to heavy metals. It is used for heart problems also.There are other effective, safe and economical non-invasive, non-surgical options like Artery Clearance Therapy (ACT) / Chelation therapy and External Counter Pulsation (ECP/EECP) for patients unfit for heart bypass surgery or angioplasty stents, where these have failed, when there is recurrence after surgery or stents get blocked again and for patients who want to avoid surgery.
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What is the reason when i'm trying to have mild spicy food it leads me to have frequent loose motions

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
This is known as gastro-colic reflex. It is better to meet a doctor and take treatment. You can contact personally for more help. [Automatically added by Lybrate] Click "Consult Dr. Sukhbindar Sibia" below to consult privately with the doctor.
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I was diagnosed with mild diffused hepatomegaly some six months back. The doctor had advised me stop alcohol. I have stopped for one month. But again I have started drinking. Now again I have stopped it since 5 days. Will there be any complications? Is it severe?

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
You should quit alcohol for ever as it is harmful. It is better to meet a doctor and take treatment.
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My sister has her both the palms getting discoloured to pale blue color and also some bumps are seen on both her palms.please Advice what can be done and also can it be a serious matter.

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Yes it can be serious. She needs detailed heart check up and laboratory tests. It is better to meet a doctor and take treatment.
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5 Healthy Heart Cues: V-Day Special

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
5 Healthy Heart Cues: V-Day Special
Research has shown that over more than 78 per cent of men between 30 and 34 in urban India, run the risk of a heart attack and their hearts are ageing faster than their real age.
Following Simple Healthy Heart Ways can help you keep heart disease at bay:

1. Drink at least 8-12 glasses of water a day, depending on your body weight.
2. Get your fill of essential fatty acids - raw nuts and/or seeds are a good source of Omega-3 and Omega-6. These are essential because humans can’t manufacture them within the body.
3. Eat high-quality proteins. Seafood, eggs, beans, chicken, mutton etc are excellent sources. Vegetarians can and obtain Proteins from grains, sprouted grains, raw nuts and raw seeds esp. soya.
4. Walk at least 30 minutes every day. Exercise is good, but walking is amazing.
5. Keep body weight, blood pressure, blood sugar and lipids under control.

However, if you are already facing heart problem, consider non-invasive and non-surgical treatments such as Artery Clearance Therapy (ACT) / Chelation therapy and External Counter Pulsation (ECP) options, before stents or bypass surgery.

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When i catch a cold, i get a lot of mucus / phlegm ...is this normal? is there any relationship between quantum of mucus and immunity to cold / cough / fever?

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Yes there is. Have a check up - you may also have deviated nasal septum, polyp, sinusitis or other problem.
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Is Miteral valve prolapse serious? How to further control it? What prevention is needed? What medication is required?

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Usually it is not serious and nothing needs to be done. If feeling any problem then treatment may be needed,
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My daughter is having wet caugh during night times for past 15 days how to controle ?

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Any cough more than 2 weeks need to be taken seriously. Have blood tests and x-ray chest before any treatment.
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MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Angioplasty and bypass surgery can do wonders for relieving angina chest pain and improve quality of life but don’t stop the underlying atherosclerosis disease. Without correcting the problems that contribute to atherosclerosis, arteries will continue to become clogged with fatty plaque, which may mean the return of angina or worse—a heart attack or stroke.
What you can do: After undergoing angioplasty or bypass surgery, it’s important to correct the problems such as high cholesterol or blood pressure, a poor diet, smoking, or lack of exercise. I advise cardiac rehabilitation with Artery Clearance Therapy and External Counter Pulsation (for details see educational websites www.chelation.in and www.SibiaMedicalCentre.com or post your queries at drsibia@gmail.com or call Mb: 9814034818.

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Research has shown that over more than 78 per cent of men between 30 and 34 in urban India, run the risk of a heart attack and their hearts are ageing faster than their real age.
Following Simple Healthy Heart Ways can help you keep heart disease at bay:

1. Drink at least 8-12 glasses of water a day, depending on your body weight.
2. Get your fill of essential fatty acids - raw nuts and/or seeds are a good source of Omega-3 and Omega-6. These are essential because humans can’t manufacture them within the body.
3. Eat high-quality proteins. Seafood, eggs, beans, chicken, mutton etc are excellent sources. Vegetarians can and obtain Proteins from grains, sprouted grains, raw nuts and raw seeds esp. soya.
4. Walk at least 30 minutes every day. Exercise is good, but walking is amazing.
5. Keep body weight, blood pressure, blood sugar and lipids under control.

However, if you are already facing heart problem, consider non-invasive and non-surgical treatments such as Artery Clearance Therapy (ACT) / Chelation therapy and External Counter Pulsation (ECP) options, before stents or bypass surgery.
Click on consult privately to ask me any questions regarding Heart health.

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Hello sir, I am suffering from hypertention since 2 years, all reports are normal it's not going to down below 150/95 after taking the medication guide to me please

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
About one third patients have difficulty in controlling blood pressure. You may need to try breathing exercises, meditation in addition to medicines that too may need to be changed.
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If your ECG, BP and cholesterol levels are normal can you still have a heart problem ??

MD - Consultant Physician, MBBS
Cardiologist, Ludhiana
Yes, Persons with normal ECG, Blood pressure and Cholesterol can have heart problem. Other tests should be done to rule out heart disease if there is: 1. Shortness of breath : Breathlessness or shortness of breath is commonly encountered in patients with heart disease or heart failure. It is also a warning sign of heart attack. Breathing difficulty while exercising or any other physical exertion may indicate a problem with the heart valves. But it can also be due to inflammation and weakening of the heart muscle (cardiomyopathy) which results in improper contraction. 2. Chest pain: Chest pain (angina) is a classic symptom of heart attack and coronary artery disease (CAD). In some cases, chest pain is associated with inflammation of the tissue covering the heart (pericardium). The type and duration of chest pain is also indicative of the underlying heart disease. Pain may be described as short-term, constant, stabbing or sharp. It can last for a few seconds or for hours together. 3. Swelling of feet: Swelling in the feet and ankles is seen in people with congestive heart failure where the blood pumping capacity of the heart reduces. This affects the kidneys which respond by retaining more fluid in body. The fluid then accumulates in the feet and other parts of the body. 4. Cold sweat: A person who is likely to get a heart attack sooner may start sweating profusely without any physical exertion. Heart failure results in over-activation of the sympathetic nervous system that causes sweating. 5. Tiredness or fatigue: Symptoms of heart disease also vary in men and women. One of the common symptoms of heart failure and heart attack in women is unexplained overall weakness and fatigue. Fatigue is also common in the elderly population or people with diabetes who suffer from heart disease. 6. Irregular pulse rate/palpitations: Strong heart beat or rapid pulse rate is a common complaint of people visiting a cardiologist. Most of the times, palpitations do not result from a heart abnormality but could indicate a heart problem when associated with other symptoms like shortness of breath, weakness and sweating. 7. Pain in the limbs: Apart from chest pain, some people may experience intermittent or constant pain in the shoulder that extends to the entire arm and even the back. 8. Loss of consciousness: Sudden unconsciousness (syncope) is an emergency that requires immediate medical attention. In several cases it is a sign that leads to diagnosis of heart disease.
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