MBBS, MD - Anaesthesiology
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Highly motivated and driven, Dr K.Vijayaraghavan is a competent pain specialist and proficient academician. He did his post-graduate degree in MD Anaesthesiology from a prestigious Institution. He further gained experience by working at pain medicine department at University of Texas Medical Branch, USA. Subsequently he completed fellowship in pain management from Aesculap Academy, Germany. He was extensively trained by Prof.Ranganathan (Houston,USA), Prof.G P Dureja (AIIMS, Delhi) in interventional pain management.His specialties include management of knee pain, spine pain, joint pain, regenerative medicine, cancer pain and neuropathic pain.
Number 39 West Road , West CIT Nagar, Chennai
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 02:00
05:00 - 09:00
Very nice , quick support and meticulous folloup by the doctor. I was able to interact comfortably *** *** ********** ********* **** **********
The doctor heard with patience about my health issues and promptly suggested ways to overcome it. He also offered suggestions for better lifestyle to avoid health issues. I do recommend him strongly.
I was suffering from Scrotum pain and groin pain for two months met about 5 Dr's with different reports they asked but all came that am normal nobody did a correct diagnosis and never cared about the pain. Finally met Dr. Vijayaraghavan, he listened to my problems clearly and ordered for more Advanced medical reports to rule out complications and it was early cystitis followed by muscle pain . He gave proper medications and moreover he gave me a proper advice in lifestyle changes along with food habits followed by some exercises. Am pain free now and am very happy I met Dr. Vijayaraghavan . I would recommend him to anyone who wants to live a pain free life .
Dr. Vijay Makes feeel your consulatation a discussion between good friends..Very caring and supportive . and he is expert in his profession..
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