: In 1979 from LLRM Medical College, Meerut , U.P.
F.C.G.P. : In 1989 from IMA College of G.P. New Delhi.
D.N.B. ( M.D.) : In 1991 Family Medicine.
& Moxib. : Passed in Dec. 2000 with first position from
Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, P.R. China
Family Medicine practice from 1981 to 1999 at self owned set
up in North West Delhi.
- The only
Indian doctor who has done International Acupuncture
Course from W.H.O. accredited center in Beijing, China as per
its guidelines designed for International doctors.
self owned 6 bedded dedicated low cost centre of acupuncture
, known as " Beijing Acupuncture Centre" at D-11/165-166,
Sec.-7, Rohini, Delhi, INDIA since Jan. 2001
Acupuncture to faculty of Anaesthesia, I.R.C.H., All India Institute
of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, in 2002.
acupuncture to many doctors, physio therapists, and nurses at
Beijing Acupuncture Centre and Delhi Aesthetic Clinic.
- Held a
full day workshops at various places including J. N. Medical
College, Aligarh Muslim University ( AMU ) Aligarh, UP.
many talks at various clinical meetings organized by various
medical associations and organisations in different cities in
public lectures on different health topics in various parts
of the country.
many patients in various Acupuncture Camps free of cost at various
places in India as "Acupuncture Camps".
successfully, Ranji cricket players suffering from sports’ injuries
many times on various National T.V. channels as acupuncture
many public interest articles on acupuncture in various national
Acupuncturist on panel: Embassy of U.S.A., France and Germany.
Acupuncturist at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital with OPD chamber
at Indraprastha Apollo Medical Center, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
Acupuncturist at Uma Sanjeevni Health Centre , DM-1, DLF-II,
Acupuncturist at Delhi Aesthetic Center, E-32, G.K.-II,
acupuncture work in neurological & orthopedic disorders :
interest in teaching Acupuncture to doctors with practical workshops
in correct scientific manners so as to make best use of Acupuncture
by qualified persons for the ailing community.