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A doctor dedicated to delivering quality care through genuine and holistic approach is what best defines me. I am a neurologist with a special interest in epilepsy and movement disorders. I have expertise in neuro-medicine, early onset of dementia, immune-inflammatory and neurodegenerative disorders. At Moolchand, I am responsible for the medical management of all the patients with seizures and epilepsy including selection of patients who will benefit from epilepsy surgery.
I am deeply passionate about innovation, research and clinical care for patients with disorders of muscle and peripheral nerve. I have done extensive research work on “Quality of sleep in migraines” and “Effect of hyperglycemia in acute ischemic stroke”.
My education and training
|DM||Neurology, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi (2014)|
|MD||General Medicine, Chatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, Kanpur (2008)|
|MBBS||Chatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, Kanpur (2001)|
My publications and papers
- Authored “Cardio-diabetes and Stoke”, Cardio-diabetes Update (2017)
- “An Unusual presentation of a case of FSHD”, poster presentation, IANCON (2013)
- “A rare case of PPMS responsive to IVIG”, poster presentation, DNACON (2013)
- Thesis and research work on:
- “Quality of Sleep in Migraine and Its Impact on Disability Due to Migraine" (2013)
- “Effect of Hyperglycemia on Prognosis and Outcome in Cases of Non-diabetic Acute Ischemic Stroke” (2007)
My awards and accomplishments
- Best outgoing DM student, GGSIU (2014)
- Regularly invited for Continuum CME organized by neurology department at RR Hospital
- Delegate at various national conferences:
- IANCON annual conference of Indian Academy of Neurology (2012-2017)
- 15th annual conference, Delhi Neurological Association (DNACON 2013)
- Indian Epilepsy School Conference (November 2013)
- 8th IES-ASEPA EEG Workshop (2013)
- 14th annual conference, Delhi Neurological Association (DNACON 2012)
What I'd like to tell my patients
Pain disorders, chronic migraine, headache, prolonged peripheral inflammation, or any persistent movement disorder- all of these are debilitating conditions that affect a person’s quality of life. There is an almost bewildering array of neurological abnormalities. To treat patients suffering from such debilitating conditions requires me to be well-organized, efficient, and most importantly sensitive to my patients’ needs. During my consultations, I make sure that all the above mentioned points are always covered.
Many times, patients do not understand the full extent or the complexity of their disease. So, I break down the information properly for easy and smooth understanding.
I enjoy working with patient’s families and helping them understand the disorder. I also enjoy connecting their families to the patients with similar health issues. It helps them to better navigate their path and assures them that they are not alone.
Additionally, to ensure highest level of patient satisfaction, I and my team at Moolchand work collaboratively, conduct accurate neuropsychological assessments rapidly and provide care and rehabilitation that maximises our patients’ functional recovery.
“The stroke weakened my mind, but not my will, and Dr. Neeraj Kumar’s prompt care saved my life!”
Having severe right-sided weakness and inability to speak, I was rushed to Moolchand at 6 pm on a Sunday. Diagnosed with paralysis stroke and severe MS (mitral stenosis), the doctors on duty administered intravenous thrombolytic therapy within two hours of my admission in the Emergency. I was in ICU for two days and Dr. Neeraj Kumar’s prompt medicinal management saved my life. I recovered completely within five days and right now, enjoying good health. Big thank you to Dr. Neeraj and all the other doctors at Moolchand who took such great care of me and reversed my symptoms!
“Thanks Moolchand for capable doctors and caring ways!”
I am a myasthenic patient. Based on my clinical findings and blood tests at R&R Hospital, I was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis roughly four years ago. Even after having spent three years on immunosuppressants, I saw no improvement in my health.
I was brought to Moolchand in the myasthenic crisis and respiratory distress. I not only had trouble walking, but also could not support my head. I had slurred speech with an inability to pucker my mouth; I was eating baby food or liquids due to inability to swallow. My left eye always kept dropping because my muscles controlling eye and eyelid movements had been badly affected. The disease had wreaked havoc on my entire neuromuscular system. You can say, my life had been gravely altered.
To my surprise, within 6 weeks of my treatment by Dr. Neeraj Kumar at Moolchand, I started feeling better. Dr. Neeraj’s medicinal management helped me gain muscle strength. Now I am able to eat anything I like, I can walk and run, do my daily activities without any assistance. My symptoms have been GREATLY suppressed. Most of all, I am full of hope.
I am so very grateful to Dr. Neeraj for bringing back my lost hopes and health. I must also acknowledge the office staff at Moolchand. They are very helpful, polite and full of patience.
“I am healthy again! Thanks to you!”
Multiple tuberculomas of brain with tubercular meningitis (TBM) – yes, that was my diagnosis after through neurological evaluation and neuro-imaging at Moolchand. I was in shock and pain. I didn’t know what to expect. Dr. Neeraj started rigorous anti-tubercular therapy to resolve my tuberculomas. His determination to heal me motivated me a long way.
I will never forget the doctor who always smiled and gave me the confidence when I was weak and worried. His bright aura brought so much joy and inner healing. If he had not treated my pain, I might have gone insane. His contribution in my life is nothing short of magical. Thanks for all the medical and emotional support.