Dr Neeta Deshpande is a Diabetes and Obesity expert who has been in service of patients for more than 20 years. She graduated from JN Medical College, Belgaum and pursued post graduate studies (MD in Internal Medicine) from the same institute. After that, she has been certified for diabetes from the University of Newcastle, Australia, and for obesity from American Society of Bariatric Physicians (ASBP). She holds a post graduate diploma in Endocrinology from the Queen Mary University, London. She is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP), Edinburgh. She has undergone training and observerships in various institutes of repute such as Naomi Berrie Diabetes Centre (Columbia University, New York), Joslin Diabetes Centre (Boston, USA), Obesity department of University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.
Dr. Neeta Deshpande is a crusader for lifestyle modification as a means of preventing and treating non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, pre-diabetes, obesity, fatty liver disease, etc.
She is an avid researcher and academician, having been active in the research field and published and presented papers at the national and international level in prestigious journals and conferences respectively. She has authored chapters in textbooks of diabetes and obesity, She is a prolific orator and is invited to address physicians and general practitioners across the country, delivering 25-30 lectures a year.
She has been interviewed and been on national television on issues related to diabetes and obesity.
Dr. Neeta Deshpande has been a strong force behind treating many patients overcome their diabetes and helped them get off their medication via her signature Lifestyle Program-Reversal of Diabetes She has also helped hundreds of patients achieve their goals of reducing weight by structuring customized plans.Read more
A heartfelt, empathetic, durable relationship with persons afflicted with chronic lifestyle disease, to improve outcomes and ensure a fulfilling, productive life enthused with positive energy, by means of a scientific, research based path.
To minimise the scourge of lifestyle disease through creation of public awareness, preventive strategies and rehabilitation.
Over the years, we have gained expertise in providing the best outcomes for patients.
Nutrition and Diet Analysis is one of the most essential levels of Diabetes Control and Prevention providing customized plans for patients depending on various test results.
Fundus Eye Exam helps get a more clear understanding of the internal parts of an eye that may get damaged due to prolonged diabetes.
Annual Diabetes Check-up is a package that we offer for patients to to monitor their diabetes regularly and have a comprehensive control over diabetes.
This measures blood pressure of patients at regular intervals to reduce white coat hypertension effect by increased pressure of patients during clinical examination.
The Continuous Glucose Monitoring System tests your glucose levels at continuous intervals, providing results on a monitor by a sensor inserted under your skin.
Foot is one of the major organs affected by diabetes and we provide extensive health care facilities for protecting your foot from various conditions that can cause severe damage.
We offer the use of Insulin Pump that can allow you to be free from your insulin pricks. This is an efficient way to get your dose of insulin without any hassles attached.
Each body type is unique and so is the weight management plan. We study your body composition and metabolism to give you the best suited plan for your body type.
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