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Apollo Clinic in Bangalore

Apollo Clinic

Brooke Field, Bangalore

Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Urologist, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty), Pediatrician, Physiotherapist, Nutritionist, Radiologist, Paediatric Intensivist, ENT Specialist, General Physician

21 Doctors

1 Procedures

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Timing Open Today

MON - SUN

24 * 7

Address & Location

01/209 & 210, Bengaluru, , ITPL Main Road, Kundalahalli, Brookefield, Brooke Field, Bangalore

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Timing Open Today

MON - SUN

24 * 7

Address & Location

01/209 & 210, Bengaluru, , ITPL Main Road, Kundalahalli, Brookefield, Brooke Field, Bangalore

Gallery

  • Apollo Clinic Images/Photos, Brooke Field, Bangalore

Method of Payment

  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card
  • Paytm
  • Cash
  • Master Card
  • Visa Card

About Apollo Clinic

Since 2010

Apollo Clinic is one of best Multispeciality clinic located at Brooke Field, Bangalore. Established in the year 2010. Apollo Clinic is visited by top doctors like Dr. Arati Rao (Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty)), Dr. Deepak Vasudev Kalbigiri (Pediatrician), Dr. Garima Jain (Gynecologist and Obstetrician), Dr. Girija Reddy B (Physiotherapist), Dr. Aparna Jha (Gynecologist and Obstetrician), Dr. Jakka Sai Manasa Reddy (Gynecologist and Obstetrician), Dr. Kanti Sahu (Gynecologist and Obstetrician) & More.
The Timing of Apollo Clinic is
MON - SUN
24 * 7
For patients pleasant facility, Apollo Clinic provides a amenities like Waiting lounge. Apollo Clinic has a wide range of procedures and services offered to their patients like Vaccinations. The 21 Doctors at Apollo Clinic are very good knowledge in their field of expertise & provide the best Diagnosis & Treatment to patients.
The staff at Apollo Clinic are polite and providing prompt assistance with any queries that the patient may have. The patient can pay for the service with ease by using any of the available modes of payment, such as Credit Card, Debit Card, Paytm, Cash, Master Card, Visa Card.

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  • Waiting lounge

Procedures

Vaccinations

Doctors (21)

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Dr.Arati Rao

Dr. Arati Rao

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology

Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty)

27 Years experience

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payments ₹ 0 at Clinic

Dr.Deepak Vasudev Kalbigiri

Dr. Deepak Vasudev Kalbigiri

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), MRCPCH

Pediatrician

25 Years experience

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payments ₹ 600 at Clinic

access_time WEDNESDAY

09:00 AM - 01:00 PM

Dr.Garima Jain

Dr. Garima Jain

DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology, MBBS

Gynecologist and Obstetrician

13 Years experience

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payments ₹ 600 at Clinic

access_time WEDNESDAY

09:00 AM - 01:00 PM

Dr.Girija Reddy B

Dr. Girija Reddy B

BPTh/BPT -

Physiotherapist

1 Years experience

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payments ₹ 660 at Clinic

access_time WEDNESDAY

04:00 PM - 04:45 PM

Frequently Asked Common Questions & Answers

What is Address and Timing of Apollo Clinic?

Apollo Clinic Address
01/209 & 210, Bengaluru, , ITPL Main Road, Kundalahalli, Brookefield, Brooke Field, Bangalore - 560037.
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Apollo Clinic Timing
MON - SUN
24 * 7
For more information visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

Which Speciality Doctors Visited at Apollo Clinic?

Apollo Clinic Visiting Doctors - Dr. Arati Rao, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty), Dr. Deepak Vasudev Kalbigiri, Pediatrician, Dr. Garima Jain, Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Dr. Girija Reddy B, Physiotherapist, Dr. Aparna Jha, Gynecologist and Obstetrician. For view more Doctors profile details visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

Which type of Amenities/Facilites Provided by Apollo Clinic?

Apollo Clinic is currently providing amenities/facilites like Waiting lounge. To view more details visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

Which Procedures/Treatments offered by Apollo Clinic?

Apollo Clinic is currently offering procedures/Treatments like Vaccinations. To know procedures/Treatments fee visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

What are the Various Payment Modes are Accepted at Apollo Clinic?

Credit Card, Debit Card, Paytm, Cash, Master Card, Visa Card payments are accepted at Apollo Clinic. For more information visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

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    Procedures & Services Available at Apollo Clinic

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    Common Questions & Answers for Apollo Clinic

    What is Address and Timing of Apollo Clinic?

    Apollo Clinic Address
    01/209 & 210, Bengaluru, , ITPL Main Road, Kundalahalli, Brookefield, Brooke Field, Bangalore - 560037.
    Map Direction
    Apollo Clinic Timing
    MON - SUN
    24 * 7
    For more information visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

    Which Speciality Doctors Visited at Apollo Clinic?

    Apollo Clinic Visiting Doctors - Dr. Arati Rao, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty), Dr. Deepak Vasudev Kalbigiri, Pediatrician, Dr. Garima Jain, Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Dr. Girija Reddy B, Physiotherapist, Dr. Aparna Jha, Gynecologist and Obstetrician. For view more Doctors profile details visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

    Which type of Amenities/Facilites Provided by Apollo Clinic?

    Apollo Clinic is currently providing amenities/facilites like Waiting lounge. To view more details visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

    Which Procedures/Treatments offered by Apollo Clinic?

    Apollo Clinic is currently offering procedures/Treatments like Vaccinations. To know procedures/Treatments fee visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

    What are the Various Payment Modes are Accepted at Apollo Clinic?

    Credit Card, Debit Card, Paytm, Cash, Master Card, Visa Card payments are accepted at Apollo Clinic. For more information visit the Apollo Clinic's Profile on Drlogy.

    FAQ

    Who is a ENT Specialist?

    An ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) specialist, also known as an otolaryngologist, is a medical doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions and diseases affecting the ears, nose, throat, head, and neck. They are trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions, including:

    • Ear disorders such as hearing loss, ear infections, and tinnitus
    • Nose and sinus disorders such as allergies, sinusitis, and nasal polyps
    • Throat disorders such as sore throat, hoarseness, and tonsillitis
    • Head and neck disorders such as thyroid problems, head and neck cancer, and facial trauma
    • Sleep apnea and snoring

    Some of the main tasks that an ENT specialist performs include:

    • Performing physical exams and diagnostic tests to evaluate symptoms and identify underlying conditions
    • Prescribing medication, such as antibiotics or antihistamines, to manage the symptoms of ear, nose, and throat disorders
    • Performing surgical procedures, such as tonsillectomy, to remove tumors, correct structural abnormalities, and repair injuries in the head and neck
    • Advising patients on lifestyle changes and management strategies to help reduce symptoms
    • Coordinating care with other specialists such as audiologists, speech therapist,s and pulmonologists

     

    When Should You Consult an ENT Specialist?

    You should consult an ENT specialist if you experience the following symptoms:

    • Repetitive dizziness or vertigo issues
    • A recurrent instance of nasal congestion, runny nose, and sinus pressure
    • Difficulty in swallowing
    • Changes in hearing capacity
    • Changes in sleep routines
    • Wheezing and hoarseness

    What diseases do ENT treat?

    ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) specialists, also known as Otolaryngologists, are trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions and diseases affecting the ears, nose, throat, head, and neck. Some of the common conditions and diseases that they treat include:

    Ear disorders such as:

    • Hearing loss
    • Ear infections (otitis media and otitis externa)
    • Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
    • Vertigo or balance disorders
    • Ear injuries or deformities
    • Ear tumors

     

    Nose and sinus disorders such as:

    • Allergies
    • Sinusitis
    • Nasal polyps
    • Deviated septum
    • Rhinitis (runny nose)
    • Epistaxis (nosebleed)

     

    Throat disorders such as:

    • Sore throat
    • Hoarseness
    • Tonsillitis
    • Laryngitis (inflammation of the voice box)
    • Pharyngitis (inflammation of the throat)
    • Swallowing disorders

     

    Head and neck disorders such as:

    • Thyroid problems
    • Head and neck cancer
    • Facial trauma
    • Salivary gland disorders
    • Sleep apnea and snoring

     

    ENT specialists are also trained to perform a wide range of surgical procedures such as tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy, septoplasty, endoscopic sinus surgery, ear tube placement, and more.

    What does a general physician doctor?

    A general physician, also known as a general practitioner (GP) or family medicine physician, is a primary care doctor who provides a wide range of medical services to patients of all ages. They focus on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of acute and chronic illnesses, as well as preventive care.

    Some of the responsibilities of a general physician include:

    • Performing physical exams and taking medical histories
    • Ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests
    • Prescribing medications and providing treatment plans
    • Providing counseling on lifestyle changes and preventive care
    • Managing chronic illnesses such as hypertension and diabetes
    • Performing minor surgical procedures such as suturing and removal of cysts or skin tags
    • Coordinating and referring patients to specialists when necessary
    • Providing care for multiple comorbidities, which means they have more than one chronic illness.

    General physicians often have a broad range of medical knowledge, and they are trained to handle a wide variety of health issues that may affect their patients. They are also equipped to provide care for the whole family, from infants to the elderly, and they can provide continuity of care over time. They play an important role in the primary care system, and many patients establish long-term relationships with their GP.

    What can a general physician treat?

    A general physician, also known as a general practitioner (GP) or family medicine physician, is trained to diagnose, treat, and manage various health issues across multiple body systems. They provide primary care to patients of all ages, which means they can treat a wide variety of medical conditions. Some of the conditions they commonly treat include:

    • Acute illnesses such as colds, flu, and infections
    • Chronic illnesses such as hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease
    • Respiratory conditions such as asthma and bronchitis
    • Gastrointestinal conditions such as acid reflux and irritable bowel syndrome
    • Musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis and back pain
    • Skin conditions such as eczema and acne
    • Mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety
    • Women's health issues such as contraception and menopause
    • Pediatric health issues such as vaccinations and minor illnesses in children
    • Geriatric care and management of multiple comorbidities

    General physicians are also trained in preventive medicine, and they often provide screenings and counseling for conditions such as cancer and heart disease.

    • They also perform minor surgical procedures such as suturing and removal of cysts or skin tags. They work closely with other specialists to provide comprehensive care for their patients.
    • It's worth noting that general physicians are not limited to treating only minor illnesses and injuries, they can also manage and treat complex and serious medical conditions.
    • However, if the condition is outside their scope of practice or expertise, they will refer the patient to specialists who are better equipped to treat the condition

    What is the difference between a general doctor and a physician?

    The terms "general doctor" and "physician" are often used interchangeably, but they can refer to slightly different roles or specialties within the medical field.

    • A "general doctor" typically refers to a primary care physician who provides general medical care for a wide range of illnesses and conditions. This can include family medicine physicians, general practitioners (GPs), and internists.
    • They are often the first point of contact for patients with new or chronic health issues, and they can provide preventive care, diagnose and treat illnesses, and coordinate care with specialists when needed.
    • On the other hand, "physician" is a broad term that encompasses all licensed medical doctors, including specialists such as cardiologists, neurologists, and oncologists.
    • They are medical doctors who have completed a medical degree and a period of training in a specific medical field. They are trained to diagnose, treat and manage a wide range of medical conditions.

    In summary, a general doctor is a type of physician who provides general medical care for a wide range of illnesses and conditions, while a physician is a broad term that encompasses all licensed medical doctors, including specialists.

    What do you mean by vaccination?

    Vaccination is the administration of a vaccine to help the immune system develop protection from disease.

    • Vaccines contain a small, harmless piece of the virus or bacteria that causes the disease.
    • This piece is called an antigen. When a vaccine is given, the immune system recognizes the antigen as foreign and develops immunity to it.
    • This process helps to protect the individual from future infection or disease caused by the actual virus or bacteria.

    What vaccines are given at what age?

    The recommended vaccination schedule varies depending on the country and the vaccine. In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a schedule of vaccinations for infants, children, teens, and adults.

    For infants, the recommended vaccines include:

    • Hepatitis B (HepB) at birth
    • Rotavirus (RV) at 2 and 4 months
    • Diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DTaP) at 2, 4, and 6 months
    • Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) at 2, 4, and 6 months
    • Pneumococcal (PCV) at 2, 4, and 6 months
    • Inactivated poliovirus (IPV) at 2 and 4 months and a booster at 4-6 years
    • Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) at 12-15 months
    • Varicella (chickenpox) at 12-15 months

    For children, the recommended vaccines include:

    • Flu (annually) starting at 6 months
    • HPV at 11 or 12 years
    • Meningococcal at 11 or 12 years
    • Booster doses of DTaP, IPV, MMR, and chickenpox between ages 4 and 6

    For teens and adults, the recommended vaccines include:

    • Flu (annually)
    • Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) every 10 years
    • HPV for both males and females
    • Meningococcal for certain high-risk individuals
    • Shingles for adults 60 years and older

    It's worth noting that these are general recommendations and the specific schedule for an individual may vary depending on their health status, medical history, and other factors. It's always best to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized recommendations.

    What vaccines should I get?

    The specific vaccines that you should get will depend on your age, health status, occupation, travel plans, and other factors. It is best to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized recommendations.

    • However, generally speaking, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all adults should get the flu vaccine every year, as well as the Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccine every 10 years.
    • Other vaccines that may be recommended for adults include the HPV vaccine, the shingles vaccine, and the pneumonia vaccine.
    • Additionally, if you are planning to travel internationally, you may need additional vaccinations depending on the destination country and your itinerary.
    • For example, if you are traveling to a country where yellow fever is present, you may need to get the yellow fever vaccine.

    Again, it's always best to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized recommendations. They can also inform you about any potential side effects and allergies you may have before administering any vaccine.

    What is Physiotherapy?

    Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, is a healthcare profession that uses physical techniques to promote healing, reduce pain, and improve function in people who have been affected by injury, illness, or disability.

    Physiotherapists use a variety of techniques to help patients regain strength, flexibility, and mobility. These techniques may include:

    • Exercise therapy: Patients are prescribed specific exercises to help strengthen muscles, improve flexibility, and increase range of motion.
    • Manual therapy: Physiotherapists use techniques such as massage, mobilization, and manipulation to help reduce pain and improve function.
    • Education and advice: Physiotherapists provide advice and education on how to manage symptoms, prevent further injury, and maintain good health.
    • Electrotherapy: Physiotherapists use modalities such as ultrasound and TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) to manage pain and inflammation.
    • Rehabilitation: Physiotherapists help patients return to their normal activities by developing and supervising rehabilitation programs.

    Physiotherapy can be beneficial for a wide range of conditions, including musculoskeletal conditions (such as back pain, neck pain, and arthritis), sports injuries, neurological conditions (such as stroke and multiple sclerosis), and respiratory conditions (such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).

    It is important to note that Physiotherapy is a regulated profession, and Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals who have completed a degree in Physiotherapy and are registered with a professional body.

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