MBBS, Diploma in Orthopaedics
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Dr. Vineesh niranjan is an orthopedic surgeon in bhikhana pahari, patna and has an experience of 10 years. Dr. Vineesh niranjan practices at niranjan aarogya niketan and research centre in bhikhana pahari, patna. He is also a consultant at popular nursing home , chauhatta, patna. He completed mbbs from patna medical college, patna in 2003, d ortho from mgm medical college and ms - orthopaedics from usaim in 2009.
Dr. Sahab has been polite, easily accessible and without any tantrums. He has thorough knowledge of his job. He takes his time to ascertain the ailment, shares the same with the patient's relatives and then proceeds with his line of treatment making his approach scientific. What I liked most is, his prescription is computer print out and not hand written making it legible to anyone.
Dr. Niranjan Sir is friendly and all his staff member are very disciplined. This clinic is surrounded by Students and middle class people, so looking to Covid 19 they have reduced the consulting fee from 500/ to 300/.Thanks to members of Niranjan Aarogya Clinic for their supportive behavior.
first of all i would like to recommend this doctor****** ****** ********* *** **** **** *all the staffs members are very supportive in nature ..if any guy have orthopaedic problem kindly contact with doctor without any single percent of doubt
It was very nice to meet Doctor Uncle and I also liked his treatment.If ever something like this happens to one of my friends, I will have a contact with Doctor Uncle.
Q: When should I see a spine and pain specialist?
A: You should consult a spine and pain specialist when you have taken non-surgical treatment and home remedies, or over the counter painkillers and it still hasn't alleviated your pain.
Q: How does a spine and pain specialist treat pain?
A: A spine and pain specialist will usually recommend different types of treatments including: 1. Injections 2. Nerve blocks 3. Physical therapy 4. Implantable devices 5. Surgery 6. Trigger point injections
Q: What education is needed to become a spine and pain specialist?
A: Like any other doctor, a spine and pain specialist should complete an MBBS degree (5.5. yrs) and then follow it up with a specialisation in orthopaedics treatment MD or DNB (3 yrs). They need further training as a spine and pain specialist before practicing for the same.
Q: Is the spine specialist same as orthopaedic surgeon?
A: While an orthopaedic surgeon and a spine specialist have roles that match each other's, for instance, an orthopaedic surgeon also treats spinal conditions, a spine specialist's main specialisation is treating the spine.
Q: Does a spine and pain specialist perform surgery?
A: A spine and pain specialist can perform surgery as they have a relevant orthopaedic surgeon's degree and training as part of their education.