Dr Sameer Kumar Jindal

Dr Sameer Kumar Jindal is practicing Homoeopathy since 14 yrs in Mumbai. He has completed his BHMS from Mumbai University in 2001 and did his MD from KMHMC Ahmednagar, Maharashtra University Of Health Sciences in 2013. Apart from treatment of acute and chronic complaints of children and adult, his special area of interest and expertise is in treatment of migraine. His online consultation website www.migraineclinic.in is an online speciality clinic for migraine and connected with his practice at Sanjeevani Homeopathic Clinic – 13, First Floor, Lakhani Palmview, Plot No. 12, Sector 48, Nerul (W), Navi Mumbai 400706.

Other areas of specialty include female infertility, gynecological disorders, menstrual irregularities, PCOD, dysmenorrhea, fibroids, renal stones, gall stones, acidity, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, coronary artery disease, cervical/lumbar spondylosis, arthritis, sciatica, calcaneal spurs and pediatric complaints of recurrent URTI (cold cough), tonsillitis, adenoids, cold cough, bed wetting, dentitional complaints, retarded development etc.

He is appointed as AMA by BARC for consultation of DAE employees.

Dr. Sameer Kumar Jindal also has keen interest in teaching and research and has been a co-investigator in a research project sponsored by Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (Project no. 34/14/08/2014-BRNS 0136 dtd. 23-04-2014), Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India.

He has worked as Assistant Professor for 2 yrs in Kakasaheb Mhaske Homoeopathic Medical College and PG Institute, Ahmednagar during 2014-16.

Publications:

  • Treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis by Homoeopathic Medicines, Vaigyanik, vol.30, 1998, pp. 9-12.
  • Identifying Tridosha In Pulse Morphology For Disease Characterization, A Handbook On Physiological Variability, 2010, pp. 120-127.
  • Bio-Medical Instruments for Proving of Homoeopathic Medicines, Proceedings, World Homoeopathy Summit 2015 – Mumbai, India, pp. 131-137.
  • Harmonic analysis of peripheral pulse for screening subjects at high risk of diabetes, Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, vol. 41(6), pp. 437-443.