MBBS, MD - Medicine
Medical Registration Verified
92% (13 votes)
Dr. Rajiv Narayan Soman is a General Physician,Fungal Infections Specialist and Hospital Infectious Diseases Physician in Baner, Pune and has an experience of 42 years in these fields. Dr. Rajiv Narayan Soman practices at Jupiter Hospital in Baner, Pune. He completed MBBS from University of Mumbai in 1978 and MD - Medicine from K.E.M Hospital in 1979. He is a member of Maharastra Medical Council. Some of the services provided by the doctor are: Filaria Treatment,Insulin Free Treatment,Viral Fever Treatment,Diabetes Management and Skin Allergies etc.
Perfect diagnosed and give good treatment for tuberculosis ,recemond to others visit one time for better treatment
We had consulted the doctor and it was my father. He had done a blood test and a general checkup. It was a regular checkup. It was a medical followup. Even I had a checkup. ****** *** **** *** *****. I am satisfied with the treatment given. Medicines were prescribed. Waiting time was nearly 30 - 45 minutes. Hospitality was good and clean. Even my uncle took treatment from Dr. Rajiv Narayan Soman. I can recommend the doctor to my family or friends. Now we are good. I can rate doctor 5/5.
We went to doctor my daughter was having health issues related to tuberculosis. Doctor was good. I am satisfied with the treatment given. I can recommend doctor to my family or friends. Medicines were prescribed by doctor. It was a normal consultation. Scanning and blood test was done. The waiting time was for 15-20 minutes. My daughter is fine now.
I have consulted the doctor and it was for my brother as he had viral fever. I am satisfied with the treatment given. I took appointment but the doctor came after one and a half hour. He was looking for indoor patients. I met him later at 2 or 3 pm. It was a nice treatment. The patient has recovered now. I can recommend doctor to my family or friends.
Q: Who is General Physician?
A: A general physician (GP) is a medical doctor who specializes in non-surgical healthcare to adults. A general physician treats many diseases that affect the body, whose primary treatment does not require surgery. General physicians treat all conditions related to the cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological, haematological, endocrine, and gastrointestinal systems. Some GPs can specialize in any one of the systems listed above.
Q: What are the education qualifications for a General Physician?
A: General physicians are also referred to as primary care physicians. A general physician needs to complete a medical residency for primary care practice after graduating from medical school. The pre-requisites for residency are a bachelor’s degree based on sciences, minimum GPA, medical school, and basic medical training. The candidate should be committed to spend 3 years in residency.
Q: For which symptoms should one consult a General Physician?
A: A general physician is usually the primary contact for any health issue. A general physician treats you for cardiovascular, respiratory, muscle-bone, neurological, gastrointestinal, and endocrine related health issues that can be treated without surgical intervention. So, if you have any symptoms related to any of these systems, you can consult a general physician.
Q: Do General Physicians provide home consultations?
A: General physicians or practitioners provide routine healthcare like physical examinations and immunizations, and treat a host of medical conditions. They usually have regular, ongoing, long-term patients and provide medical care to patients of different age groups. Providing home consultations is a choice that the general practitioner has to make. General check-ups or routine examinations may be provided at home.
Q: Can a General Physician perform surgery?
A: No, a general physician mainly provides non-surgical treatment for a number of health conditions, illnesses, and injuries. A general surgeon and not a general physician performs surgeries. General physicians specialize in primary care and build long-term relationships with the patients. The treatment provided by physicians revolves around basic medication, physical therapy, and other non-surgical techniques to treat various conditions