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Niveena Homeo Clinic is Specialized in treating Diseases like Autism,ADHD,Thyroid problem,Anxiety, Exam fear, Gallstones,Kidney stones, Kidney failure, Prostate problem, Breast tumor,Sinusitis,Migraine,Sleep disorders,Arthritis,Spondylitis,Neck pain,Back pain, Coccygodynia, Varicose vein,Infertility,Impotency,Fibroid Uterus,Menses irregularities, Eye disorders, Ear Disorders,Endocrine gland malfunction, Headache,Bronchitis,Asthma,Eczema,Psoriasis,Lichen planus,Tinea,Learning disorders,Dyslexia,Memory problems,Behavioural disorders, Tonsilitis, Adenoids, Sinusitis, Sneezing, Dust allergy, Chronic Kidney Disease (Kidney Failure), Ureamia, Gastritis, Ulcer of Stomach, Mouth, Diabetes, Hypertension, Low Blood Pressure, Vertigo, Tinnitus, Pimples and Acne, Warts, Hair falling and Dandruff, Reshaping of Organs using Cosmetic Homeopathy. Psychiatric illness like Schizophrenia, Depression, Mania, Hysteria, Suicidal impulses etc, Arthritis, Rheumatism, Gout etc in Musculo skeletal system can be treated succesfully.
Homeopathy doctor for Cancer
Various tests may be performed in order to confirm a cancer diagnosis. Positron Emission Tomography and Computed Tomography (PET-CT) Scans and other similar tests can highlight “hot spots” of cancer cells with high metabolic rates.
The most common test and procedures used to diagnose cancer include:
Tumor Marker Test
PET-CT Scan .
The Role of Lymph Nodes in Cancer Diagnosis
Cancer that originates in the lymph nodes or other area of the lymphatic system is called lymphoma. Cancer that originates elsewhere in the body can spread to lymph nodes. The presence of metastasized cancer in the lymph nodes is may mean the cancer is growing quickly and/or is more likely to spread to other sites. The presence of cancer in lymph nodes often affects prognosis and treatment decisions. Many diagnostic tests look at the lymph nodes as an indicator.
Specialist in treating Tumors
Benign tumors grow locally and do not spread. As a result, benign tumors are not considered cancer. They can still be dangerous, especially if they press against vital organs like the brain.
Malignant tumors have the ability to spread and invade other tissues. This process, known as metastasis, is a key feature of cancer. There are many different types of malignancy based on where a cancer tumor originates.
Specialist in treating Cancer in Chennai
Types of Cancer
Cancer can occur anywhere in the body. Broadly, cancers are classified as either solid (for example breast, lung, or prostate cancers) or liquid (blood cancers). Cancer is further classified according to the tissue in which it arises.
Carcinomas are cancers that occur in epithelial tissues in the body. They comprise 80% to 90% of all cancers. Most breast, lung, colon, skin, and prostate cancers are carcinomas. This class includes the two most common skin cancers, basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Also in this class is the glandular cancer adenocarcinoma.
Sarcomas occur in connective tissue like the bones, cartilage, fat, blood vessels, and muscles. This class of cancers includes the bone cancers osteosarcoma and Ewing sarcoma, Kaposi sarcoma (which causes skin lesions), and the muscle cancers rhabdomyosarcoma and leiomyosarcoma.
Myelomas are cancers that occur in plasma cells in the bone marrow. This class of cancer includes multiple myeloma, also known as Kahler disease.
Leukemias are a group of different blood cancers of the bone marrow. They cause large numbers of abnormal blood cells to enter the bloodstream.
Lymphomas are cancers of the immune system cells. These include the rare but serious Hodgkin lymphoma (Hodgkin’s lymphoma, also Hodgkin’s disease) and a large group of white blood cell cancers known collectively as non-Hodgkin lymphoma (non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma).
Mixed cancers arise from more than one type of tissue.
In initial stage some types of cancer are curable with Homeopathy medicine. In our clinic we take much care for the cancer suffering person. we are specialised in treating breast cancer, uterus, Osteosarcoma, bronchogenic carcinoma, some types of leukaemia.
Facial nerve problems and Bell's palsy facts
Facial nerve disorders affect the muscles of the face.
There are many causes of facial nerve disorders.
A number of tests can be helpful to diagnose the cause of a facial nerve disorder.
The treatment of a facial nerve disorder depends on the cause and severity.
What is the facial nerve?
The facial nerve is a nerve that controls the muscles on the side of the face. It allows us to show expression, smile, cry, and wink. Injury to the facial nerve can cause a socially and psychologically devastating physical defect; although most cases resolve spontaneously, treatment may ultimately require extensive rehabilitation or multiple procedures.
The facial nerve is the seventh of the twelve cranial nerves. Everyone has two facial nerves, one for each side of the face. The facial nerve travels with the hearing nerve (the eighth cranial nerve) as it travels in and around the structures of the middle ear.
It exits the front of the ear at the stylomastoid foramen (a hole in the skull base), where it then travels through the parotid gland. In the parotid gland it divides into many branches that provide motor function for the various muscles and glands of the head and neck.
What are symptoms of a facial nerve problem?
Facial nerve problems may result in facial muscle paralysis, weakness, or twitching of the face.
Dryness of the eye or the mouth, alteration of taste on the affected side, or even excessive tearing or salivation can be seen as well.
However, the finding of one of these symptoms does not necessarily imply a specific facial nerve problem; the physician needs to make a careful investigation in order to make a precise diagnosis.
Symptoms of a facial nerve problem can vary in severity depending upon the extent of the injury to the nerve. Symptoms may range from mild twitching to full paralysis of the muscles on one side of the face.
Infection of the ear or face, or herpes zoster of the facial nerve (Ramsay Hunt syndrome)
Tumors including acoustic neuroma, schwannoma, cholesteatoma, parotid tumors, and glomus tumors
Toxins due to alcoholism or carbon monoxide poisoning
Bell's palsy, which is also called idiopathic facial nerve paralysis this condition is sometimes associated with diabetes mellitus or pregnancy.
How are the causes of facial nerve dysfunction diagnosed?
Causes of facial nerve disorder vary from unknown to life threatening. Sometimes, there is a specific treatment for the problem. Accordingly, it is important to investigate why the problem has occurred. The specific tests used for diagnosis will vary from patient to patient, but include:
Hearing tests: Hearing tests are done to assess the status of the auditory nerve. The stapedial reflex test can evaluate the branch of the facial nerve that supplies motor fibers to one of the muscles in the middle ear.
Balance tests: Will help find out if part of the auditory nerve is involved.
Tear tests: The loss of the ability to form tears may help to locate the site and severity of a facial nerve lesion.
Taste tests: The loss of taste in the front of the tongue may help locate the site and severity of a facial nerve lesion.
Salivation test: Decreased flow of saliva may help locate the site and severity of a facial nerve lesion.
Imaging studies: These tests help determine if there is infection, a tumor, a bone fracture, or any other abnormality. These studies usually include a CT scan and/or a MRI scan.
Electrical nerve stimulation tests: Stimulation of the nerve by an electrical current tests whether the nerve can still cause muscles to contract. It can be used to evaluate progression of the disease.
For example, if testing indicates equal muscle response on both sides of the face, the patient can be expected to have complete return of facial function in three to six weeks without significant deformity.
Homeopathic Management of Facial Paralysis or Bell's Palsy:-
With the help of Homeopathy medicine some form of Bell's palsy is curable. Few medicines are
1) Curare Facial palsy due to Diabetes
2) Causticum, Cadmium sulph, Aconite etc. Facialpalsy from exposure to chill or cold
3) Ruta From over exertion
4) Rhus tox from injury to Nerve.
Few are the medicines which promote recovery soon. Kindly consult a Homeopath Before taking medicine.
PCKD Best Treatment in Chennai
How is autosomal dominant PKD diagnosed?
Autosomal dominant PKD is usually diagnosed by kidney imaging studies. The most common form of diagnostic kidney imaging is ultrasound, but more precise studies, such as computerized tomography (CT) scans or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are also widely used. In autosomal dominant PKD, the onset of kidney damage and how quickly the disease progresses can vary. Kidney imaging findings can also vary considerably, depending on a patient's age. Younger patients usually have both fewer and smaller cysts. Doctors have therefore developed specific criteria for diagnosing the disease with kidney imaging findings, depending on patient age. For example, the presence of at least two cysts in each kidney by age 30 in a patient with a family history of the disease can confirm the diagnosis of autosomal dominant PKD. If there is any question about the diagnosis, a family history of autosomal dominant PKD and cysts found in other organs make the diagnosis more likely.
In most cases of autosomal dominant PKD, patients have no symptoms and their physical condition appears normal for many years, so the disease can go unnoticed. Physical checkups and blood and urine tests may not lead to early diagnosis. Because of the slow, undetected progression of cyst growth, some people live for many years without knowing they have autosomal dominant PKD.
Once cysts have grown to about one-half inch, however, diagnosis is possible with imaging technology. Ultrasound, which passes sound waves through the body to create a picture of the kidneys, is used most often. Ultrasound imaging does not use any injected dyes or radiation and is safe for all patients, including pregnant women. It can also detect cysts in the kidneys of a fetus, but large cyst growth this early in life is uncommon in autosomal dominant PKD.
More powerful and expensive imaging procedures such as CT scans and MRI also can detect cysts. Recently, MRI has been used to measure kidney and cyst volume and monitor kidney and cyst growth, which may serve as a way to track progression of the disease.
What are the symptoms of autosomal dominant PKD?
The most common symptoms are pain in the back and the sides-between the ribs and hips-and headaches. The pain can be temporary or persistent, mild or severe.
People with autosomal dominant PKD also can experience the following complications:
urinary tract infections-specifically, in the kidney cysts
hematuria-blood in the urine
liver and pancreatic cysts
Abnormal heart valves
high blood pressure
aneurysms-bulges in the walls of blood vessels-in the brain
diverticulosis-small pouches bulge outward through the colon
Polycystic kidney disease best doctor in chennai
Autosomal dominant PKD is the most common inherited disorder of the kidneys. The phrase "autosomal dominant" means that if one parent has the disease, there is a 50 percent chance that the disease gene will pass to a child. In some cases-perhaps 10 percent-autosomal dominant PKD occurs spontaneously in patients. In these cases, neither of the parents carries a copy of the disease gene.
Many people with autosomal dominant PKD live for several decades without developing symptoms. For this reason, autosomal dominant PKD is often called "adult polycystic kidney disease." Yet, in some cases, cysts may form earlier in life and grow quickly, causing symptoms in childhood.
Picture of Polycystic Kidney
Picture of polycystic kidney, roughly retains the same shape as the healthy kidney.
The cysts grow out of nephrons, the tiny filtering units inside the kidneys. The cysts eventually separate from the nephrons and continue to enlarge. The kidneys enlarge along with the cysts-which can number in the thousands-while roughly retaining their kidney shape. In fully developed autosomal dominant PKD, a cyst-filled kidney can weigh as much as 20 to 30 pounds. High blood pressure is common and develops in most patients by age 20 or 30.
Poly cystic kidney disease doctors in chennai.
Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a genetic disorder characterized by the growth of numerous cysts in the kidneys. The kidneys are two organs, each about the size of a fist, located in the upper part of a person's abdomen, toward the back. The kidneys filter wastes and extra fluid from the blood to form urine. They also regulate amounts of certain vital substances in the body. When cysts form in the kidneys, they are filled with fluid. PKD cysts can profoundly enlarge the kidneys while replacing much of the normal structure, resulting in reduced kidney function and leading to kidney failure.
When PKD causes kidneys to fail-which usually happens after many years-the patient requires dialysis or kidney transplantation. About one-half of people with the most common type of PKD progress to kidney failure, also called end-stage renal disease (ESRD).
PKD can also cause cysts in the liver and problems in other organs, such as blood vessels in the brain and heart. The number of cysts as well as the complications they cause help doctors distinguish PKD from the usually harmless "simple" cysts that often form in the kidneys in later years of life.
Autosomal dominant PKD is the most common inherited form.
Symptoms usually develop between the ages of 30 and 40, but they can begin earlier, even in childhood. About 90 percent of all PKD cases are autosomal dominant PKD.
Autosomal recessive PKD is a rare inherited form. Symptoms of autosomal recessive PKD begin in the earliest months of life, even in the womb.
Best Homeopathy Doctor for Poly Cystic Kidney Disease in Chennai
Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a genetic disorder characterized by the growth of numerous cysts in the kidneys.
Autosomal dominant PKD is the most common inherited form while autosomal recessive PKD is a rare.
Common symptoms of autosomal dominant PKD are pain in the back and the sides-between the ribs and hips-and headaches.
The pain can be temporary or persistent and variable in intensity (mild to severe); symptoms usually develop in adults.
Autosomal dominant PKD is usually diagnosed by kidney imaging studies (CT or MRI).
Autosomal dominant PKD has no cure; it is treated by reducing symptoms.
Autosomal recessive PKD is caused by a mutation in the autosomal recessive PKD gene, called PKHD1 that often results in kidney failure before adulthood.
Autosomal recessive PKD symptoms develop in children and include high blood pressure, UTI's, urinary frequency, stunted growth, low blood counts, and varicose veins.
Autosomal recessive PKD is often diagnosed by ultrasound in the fetus or newborn.
Autosomal recessive PKD has no cure; treatment is done to reduce the symptoms (blood pressure reduction, antibiotics and even dialysis or transplants.
PKD is a genetic disease; genetic diseases occurs when one or both parents pass abnormal genes to a child at conception.
Research at the NIH and other institutions may provide better treatments in the future.
In Niveena Homeo clinic we treat PCKD successfully with good prognosis and prevents complications.
Best Homeopathy doctor for Piles in Chennai
Hemorrhoids (Piles) are blood vessels located in the smooth muscles of the walls of the rectum and anus. They are a normal part of the anatomy and are located at the junction where small arteries merge into veins. They are cushioned by smooth muscles and connective tissue and are classified by where they are located in relationship to the pectinate line, the dividing point between the upper 2/3 and lower 1/3 of the anus. This is an important anatomic distinction because of the type of cells that line the hemorrhoid, and the nerves that provide sensation.
Internal hemorrhoids are located above the pectinate line and are covered with cells that are the same as those that line the rest of the intestines. External hemorrhoids arise below the line and are covered with cells that resemble skin.
Hemorrhoids become an issue only when they begin to swell, causing itching, pain and/or bleeding.
What causes hemorrhoids?
While the presence of hemorrhoids is a reflection of the normal anatomy, most people and care professionals refer to hemorrhoids as an abnormal finding because they only present when they swell and cause problems.
Hemorrhoid swelling occurs when there is an increase in the pressure in the small vessels that make up the hemorrhoid causing them to swell and engorge with blood. This causes them to increase in size leading to symptoms. Increased pressure may be caused by a variety of factors:
Low fiber diet and smaller caliber stool causes a person to strain when having a bowel movement, increasing the pressure within the blood vessels.
Pregnancy is associated with hemorrhoid swelling and is likely due to increased pressure of the enlarged uterus on the rectum and anus. In addition, hormonal changes with pregnancy may weaken the muscles that support the rectum and anus.
Prolonged sitting on the toilet may increase pressure within the hemorrhoid blood vessels
Diarrhea, both acute and chronic
Previous rectal surgery
Spinal cord injury and lack of erect posture