DM - Neurology, MBBS, MD - General Medicine
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Dr. L. K. Malhotra is a distinguished Neurologist and a gifted clinician with a fine clinical acumen. A true humanist and a born leader, at present he is a practicing neurologist at his own clinic – Malhotra Neuro Centre. Previously he was working as the Chief Neurologist at Vidyasagar Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, (VIMHANS) New Delhi.In 1988, his arduous journey towards honor and excellence was pushed further when he decided to venture into private practice. In the initial years, he was attached to various hospitals situated in East, Central and South Delhi.In 1997 when a dedicated Center for Neuro Sciences (VIMHANS) was inaugurated, he attached himself to this institute on its inception. VIMHANS provided services in the branch of neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, psychology and spinal services. A true believer of teamwork, he had a competent team of doctors working with him. In February 2014, he decided to move ahead and continue practicing on his own at his clinic.He is an expert not only in handling acute neurological emergencies, but also provides with support to patients’ families dealing with chronic neurological diseases. He has a particular interest in headaches, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, and stroke.In 2006, he was awarded the prestigious T.P. Jhunjhunwala Foundation National Award for Medical Excellence.Apart from being an active member of the IAN, NSI, Secretary IEA, and DNA, he has delivered talks in conferences and neurology updates all over the country. He has also chaired numerous sessions on the same.He can be contacted at his own clinic called Malhotra Neuro Centre in Sheikh Sarai (Phase 1), New Delhi. The facilities available there range from portable video EEG, EMG, and NCV to physiotherapy services.Find More about Dr.L K Malhotra:http://neurologistdelhi.comTo Know about EPILEPSY:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQpaixeNIc0PRAYER: It is indeed a tragedy of circumstances, my Lord, that my livleihood involves meeting People with unbearable pain.. But also, it is my good fortune that you have given me this excellent opportunity to mitigate their suffering. You have cast upon my shoulders this great responsibility and have also given me dexterity to do it. Please grant me the strength, my God, to enable me to fulfill this task in all earnestness. And yet, all the while, let me have unwavering faith in you and let me not, ever forget that ultimately it is you, who is the real great healer and the fountainhead of well being and that, I am merely a medium through which your benevolence flows. O! My Lord, bestow upon my patients thy healing touch.
doctor is friendly and experinced.gives sufficient time to patient.i have taken treatment for anxiety .now i am fine
It's been more than a year, I am visiting this doctor. I am fairly satisfied with the treatment. Doctor is friendly.
The receptionist person there refused my practo appoinment. Told that they do not have online appointment facility so i had to wait for long time since i have taken practo online appointment . Kindly look into this as this is very serious matter. If they do not consider online appointment , so better stop giving online appointments.
Q: Who is a neurologist?
A: A neurologist is a medical expert who treats conditions related to the central and peripheral nervous system, spinal cord and the brain.
Q: What is the difference between a neurologist and a neurosurgeon?
A: Both neurologists and neurologists are trained to diagnose diseases of the nervous system which includes the brain and the spine. However, neurologists do not perform surgery, they can treat with medicines and refer to neurosurgeons.
Q: What kind of illnesses do neurologists treat?
A: Neurologisists commonly treat disorders such as headaches, epilepsy, tremors, sleep disorders, Alzheimer's disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson's disease to name a few.
Q: When should one visit a neurologist?
A: One should visit a neurologist if they have complaints of dizziness, consulvions, repeated headaches, migraines, or problems with vision, memory, gait and movement.
Q: Who do neurologists work with?
A: Neurologists usually work in hospitals, out-patient clinics and some may even have their own private practice. Some neurologists may even be part of a team of physicians and surgeons of other specialities or even engage in research work.