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Dr. Rakesh K Jain - Pediatric Neurologist

Dr. Rakesh K Jain

MBBS , MRCPCH (UK) , FRCPCH

Pediatric Neurologist , Pediatrician , 20 Years Experience

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95% (172 votes)
Dr. Jain (MBBS, DCH, MRCPCH, CCT- British Board, FRCPCH, UK) is a British trained pediatric neurologist who has come back home having more than 20 years of expe more..

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Gurgaon Sector 44

, Gurgaon

Fortis Memorial Research Institute

Sector 44, Gurugram, Landmark : Opposite HUDA City Centre Metro Station, Gurgaon

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MON - SAT

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

INR 1,000

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic. There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

Gurgaon Sector 15

, Gurgaon

Advanced Child Neuro Clinic

Jhadsa Road, Sector 15-A, Landmark : Adjacent to Gurgaon Nursing Home, Gurgaon

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MON - TUE, THU

5:00 PM - 7:30 PM

INR 600

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic. There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

R
a year ago
Visited For Epilepsy
I was very hopeful that Dr will give us time to speak but he looked in a hurry...I was not even able to clearly speak what I I wanted because he was like ok ok..get this test done and then we will spea I was very hopeful that Dr will give us time to speak but he looked in a hurry...I was not even able to clearly speak what I I wanted because he was like ok ok..get this test done and then we will speak. He might be a good Dr but first experience was not that satisfactory more..
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Dr. Rakesh K Jain - Pediatric Neurologist
I am glad to see the detailed feedback. It always gives us insight about parent's perspective. I usually give plenty of time to every patient and listen them. That is the reason this appointment was r I am glad to see the detailed feedback. It always gives us insight about parent's perspective. I usually give plenty of time to every patient and listen them. That is the reason this appointment was running 30 minute late. I had explained you everything within the given information. But if same question is asked repeatedly, it becomes difficult for the doctor particularly if I need more information (tests) to answer the question. Many a times we need to have certain investigations before closing the questions. I hope this clarify your doubts. However, if there are any further questions, I always do dedicated counselling sessions for detailed discussion. more..
D
a year ago
I am fortunate to have Dr. Jain as my child's paediatric neurologist. His accuracy in diagnosis, always amiable, personable, easy to relate to and passion for truly helping patients makes him a good do I am fortunate to have Dr. Jain as my child's paediatric neurologist. His accuracy in diagnosis, always amiable, personable, easy to relate to and passion for truly helping patients makes him a good doctor. I am really thankful to him. more..
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M
2 months ago
Visited For Headaches
Good small clinic, no hassle of going through ques, billing desk, etc. Very good interaction with doctor. He knows his subject well. He gave enough time to focus on my issues. My migraine is better and Good small clinic, no hassle of going through ques, billing desk, etc. Very good interaction with doctor. He knows his subject well. He gave enough time to focus on my issues. My migraine is better and more importantly he explained me so well what to expect and how to handle it rather than assuring cure, which may not be possible, I understand. more..
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J
11 months ago
Visited For Neurological Problems
Well, i visited the doctor on 25th May 2016 for my mother's neurological condition after seeing many good reviews about him.

I briefed him the condition and asked him to see the MRI reports in the CD.
Well, i visited the doctor on 25th May 2016 for my mother's neurological condition after seeing many good reviews about him.

I briefed him the condition and asked him to see the MRI reports in the CD. He didn't see the MRI reports. For the other reports, he just had a glance over them and didn't go deep on those reports.

He asked us from where he got the reports done, we told him the name of a another doctor. At this, he told that you can consult him because i don't have any idea about the problem.

We were there just for 5 minutes and without any opinion, without any thorough examination of MRI reports and other reports, we were charged the consultation free of Rs 600.

The problem is that, if the doctor is not able to diagnose the problem, doesn't see the reports thoroughly and asks us to consult some other doctor, he should not charge us the consultation fees.

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Stroke Treatment
Epilepsy Treatment
Headache Management
Intra - Arterial Thrombolysis
Video EEG
Electromyography (EMG)
Genetic Diseases
Autism
Botox therapy in cerebral palsy
Delayed Speech
Online Counselling
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Treatment
paralysis
weakness
Numbness of fingers
stammering
squint
small head
hydrocephalus
vertigo
dizziness
fainting
loss of consciousness
muscle pain

Education

MBBS - PGIMS, Rohtak, 1997

MRCPCH (UK) - Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health, London, 2005

FRCPCH - Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health, London, 2012

Experience View all (6) View less

Consultant Paediatric Neurology at Oxford University Hospital, London
Consultant Paediatric Neurology at Neurodevelopment Clinics, Oxford University Hospital
Fellowship - Paediatric Neurodisability at GOSH, London
Consultant Paediatric Neurology at Neonatal Medicine & Neurology Clinics, Royal Berkshire Hospital
Paeds & Neuro-intensive Care Unit at King's College Hospital, London
2013 - 2017 Senior Consultant Paediatric Neurology at Fortis Memorial Hospital

Awards and Recognitions View all (17) View less

Publication: Skeletal Muscle Myopathy Mutations at the Actin-Tropomyosin Interface that Cause Gain Or Loss of Function. Biophysical Journal Jan 2012. 102(3) pp. 231a -

Publication: Recurrent apnoeas in an infant with Prader-Willi syndrome. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology supp.1 January 2013 Vol. 53 -

Publication: Video EEG (vEEG) outcome on children referred following a single unprovoked afebrile seizure. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology supp1 January 2012; 54: 67-67 -

Publication: Hypertonic nemaline myopathy: a novel disease entity (accepted in journal of 'NEUROLOGY'/2011/395210) -

Publication: Video EEG (vEEG) outcome on children referred following a single unprovoked afebrile seizure. Arch Dis Child. 2012 Jan; 97(1):90. Epub 2011 Oct 6 -

Publication: Evaluation of the floppy infant. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health Nov 2011; 21: 495-500 -

Publication: Electro-clinical outcome of children referred with suspected absence seizures. Arch Dis Child. 2011 Oct; 96(10): 987-8. Epub 2011 Sep 8 -

Presentation: Recurrent apnoeas in an infant with Prader-Willi syndrome. Poster presentation, BPNA Annual conference, Edinburgh. Jan 2013 -

Presentation: Video EEG (vEEG) outcome on children referred following a single unprovoked afebrile seizure. Poster presentation, BPNA Annual conference, London. Jan 2012 -

Presentation: The EEG in children referred for suspected epileptic absences: How often is it diagnostic. Poster presentation, BPNA Annual conference, Edinburgh. Jan 2011 -

Presentation: An infantile onset epileptic encephalopathy associated with a homozygous missense variant in the SCN1A gene. Platform presentation, BPNA (British Paediatric Neurology Association) Annual conference, Edinburgh. Jan 2010 -

Presentation: Non-organic seizure disorder, Paediatric grand round, JRH, Oxford. Dec 2009 -

Training for examiners for OSCE, Oxford Dec 2011 -

Advance Paediatric EEG Workshop (5 day), Birmingham, Oct 2011 -

Paediatric Neurology master classes, Bristol Sep 2011 -

Course: Quality and Safety in patient management, NESC course centre, Oxford Sep 2011 -

Peadiatric Epilepsy Training Course - 2015

Memberships View all (10) View less

General Medical Council (GMC), UK

Indian Medical Association (IMA)

Delhi Medical Council

Medical Defense Union, UK

Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, UK

British Pediatric Neurology Association (BPNA), UK

International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE)

International Child Neurology Association (ICNA), US

Association of Child Neurology, India

International Headache Society, US

Registrations

56837 Delhi Medical Council, 1998

How to Approach a Child With Seizure?


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Epilepsy in Children


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Delayed Speech: Can It Be Autism?


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