MRCPCH, CCT-Oxford (British Board), FRCPCH.
Senior Consultant Paediatric Neurologist Fortis Memorial Research Institute (FMRI) Gurgaon.
Dr. Jain (MBBS, DCH, MRCPCH, CCT- British Board, FRCPCH, UK) is a British trained Paediatric Neurologist who has come back home having more than 10 years of experience in the UK. Having done his MBBS and post-graduation in Paediatrics, he had gone to the UK for higher studies in 2002. He has done MRCPCH and FRCPCH from the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health, London. Having finished his 5 years training at Oxford University, he received his CCT, Certificate of Completed Training (British Board Certification).His last assignment was with Oxford University Hospital, Oxford where he was working as Consultant. His work and experience in the field of Paediatric Neurology could be acknowledged by various publications in national & international journals. He regularly participates in Conferences and CMEs.
We provide counselling sessions for parents and the patients for various neurological
I want to thank for the good care and relations in our children. Physiotherapists are very kind people. The doctors patiently handle every small child and treat them very well. My son has started to sit by himself and has started eating with his own hands. The hard work of doctors has given a great achievement to my small child. The everyday work and labour of the doctor towards our children has brought a good result.Yerdault
I want to thank everyone very much for the good care and relations. My child has been injected with botox which has shown a good impact. Earlier he could stand only on his heels but now he van stand properly on his feet. I am very thankful to all the doctors, co-coordinators, GDA (housekeeping), interpreters and physiotherapist.Baktchanz
Thank you very much for the conducted treatment. The course of therapy has shown a big impact on the patient’s (child’s) health. In three weeks we have got good results. The child has learnt to accomplish orders, to balance hands, back and stomach. It is also a matter of fact to be happy here that doctors liked to learn Russian and used all the three languages – Russian, Hindi and English – in conversations. I hope that again I will have a chance to come back for rehabilitationAnna