Neeraj Epilepsy Clinic

Neeraj Epilepsy Clinic- Frequently asked Questions

1 in every 200 people in the community- Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorder. In India, it is estimated that there are over five million people with epilepsy. Along with one million with medically refractory epilepsy. There are nearly half a million people with focal epilepsies, and in a majority of them, surgery cures or controls epilepsy.

Epilepsy is curable with proper medication and Treatment

In epilepsy treatment, there have been major breakthroughs in the past few years. Over more than half of the people with epilepsy have a good control of their seizures with medications. At present, there are over 15 different types of medications available for the treatment of fits at Neeraj Epilepsy Clinic.

General Query

Is it necessary to bring the Patient along ? What is the nearest way to Rishikesh for the patients living far away ?

It is mandatory for the patient to come for the first time to get his pulse checked as this disease is of many kinds and the medicine for each one is different. Patients come to this clinic from all over the globe braving all odds to get the first dose of medicine by Doctor’s own

What does the patient have to do for General Diseases such as Fever or Cold ?

The patient can take any Allopathic / Homeopathic / Ayurvedic medicine for such common problems along with our medicine. It will, in no case, affect his treatment.

What should be done if the Patient forgets to take a dose of Anti-epileptic Drugs ?

It is uncommon for many patients to forget to take a dose of their anti-epileptic medication once in a while. Very often the patient may not even remember if a dose was taken or not. In such a situation it is better to take an extra tablet within the same 24 hours period rather

What do you suggests to the Patients who are already taking allopathic medicine? Do you stop their Medication or let it Continue?

In 95% cases we stop the allopathic or any other medicine the patient is taking, and only prescribe our own medicine which is free from any side effects. In 5% cases we ask them to continue with the Allopathic medicine along with our medicine as there is no harm in continuing both but allopathic medicines

What about the Patients who are taking Allopathic Medicine of Epilepsy from other Doctors and are feeling OK. Should they have to stop those Medicines while taking Your Ayurvedic Medicines?

No, if the patient is feeling ok then he can continue their old medicines along with our Ayurvedic medicine (Brain Tonic), which will quickly cure epilepsy.

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