Audiology Nurse Microbiology
Cardiologist Ayurveda Naturopathy
Dentist Electropathy Pathalogy
Orthopedics Homeopathy Pharmacovigilance
Opthalmologists Medical Lab Technologist Pharmacist
Psychiatrist Naturopathy  
Radiography Nutritionist/Dietician  
Sports Medicine Occupational Therapist  
Veterinary Science Physiotherapist  
  Speech Therapy  


Audiology: are healthcare professionals who provide patient-centered care in the prevention, identification, diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment of hearing, balance, and other auditory disorders for people of all ages. Hearing and balance disorders are complex with medical, psychological, physical, social, educational, and employment implications.

Cardiologist: Cardiologists are doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating diseases or conditions of the heart and blood vessels—the cardiovascular system. You might also visit a cardiologist so you can learn about your risk factors for heart disease and find out what measures you can take for better heart health.

Dentists are doctors who specialize in oral health. They take care of diagnosis of oral diseases, promoting oral health monitoring the oral development of the teeth and jaws, ensuring the safe administration of anesthetics etc.

Radiography is an imaging technique that uses electromagnetic radiation other than visible light, especially X-rays, to view the internal structure of a non-uniformly composed and opaque object (i.e. a non-transparent object of varying density and composition) such as the human body.

Orthopedics: Orthopedics is a medical specialty dealing with treatments of bones, joints and muscles.

Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of the eye and visual system.

Psychiatry is a medical specialty that involves the treatment of mental disorders. Psychiatrists are physicians who evaluate, diagnose and treat patients who are affected by a temporary or chronic mental health problem.

Sports medicine focuses on helping people improve their athletic performance, recover from injury and prevent future injuries. It is a fast-growing health care field, because health workers who specialize in sports medicine help all kinds of people, not just athletes.

Veterinary science:  is the application of medical, diagnostic, and therapeutic principles to companion, domestic, exotic, wildlife, and production animals. Veterinary science is vital to the study and protection of animal production practices, herd health and monitoring spread of widespread disease.

Radiography is the art and science of using radiation to provide images of the tissues, organs, bones, and vessels that comprise the human body.  Radiologists, physicians who have had special training in interpreting diagnostic images, read or diagnose these images. Treatment of a patient depends on the accurate and precise production of radiographic images.

Nurse: is an advanced practice registered nurse who provides health care services similar to those of a physician. Nurse practitioners may choose to specialize in family, pediatric, or geriatric nursing. Common duties include diagnosing and treating illnesses and injuries, prescribing medications, and educating patients. Nurse practitioners may also order diagnostic tests and analyze the results.

Ayurveda:Ayurveda has a holistic preventive and curative approach where the aim is not only to curb the disease of ill but also to maintain the Physical , mental and spiritual health of a healthy person.

Homeopathy: Homeopathy is a complementary or alternative medicine. This means that homeopathy is different in important ways from treatments that are part of conventional Western medicine. Homeopathy is used to “treat” an extremely wide range of conditions, including physical conditions such as asthma and psychological conditions such as depression.

Electropathy: is a form of alternate and traditional medicine practiced in India that seeks to heal by employing the natural energy in plants. In this context “electro” refers to the electrical impulses, nutrients, and energies inherent in all living plants and organisms.

Medical technologists: act as supervisors for medical technicians, who perform many of the same duties in a physician’s office or lab. On the job, one collects and analyzes body fluids, tissue and other substances to determine normal or abnormal findings. They operate sophisticated equipment and instruments to identify the results.

Dietician: promotes healthy eating habits by providing information to a group, individual or family on nutrition and food. They help prevent disease and improve a client’s health by giving talks or seminars to provide information found in the connections with nutrition and food concerning good or bad health.

Naturopathy: is a natural healing technique using the healing powers of nature. The principle of Naturopathy is that the accumulation of toxins is the root cause of all diseases. Prevention and elimination of toxins is the route to health. Treatments are based on the 5 great elements of nature that have immense healing properties. There is no role of internal medications in the nature cure system.

Occupational therapists: work with adults and children of all ages with a wide range of conditions; most commonly those who have difficulties due to a mental health illness, physical or learning disabilities. They can work in a variety of settings including health organizations, social care services, housing, education, re-employment schemes, occupational health, prisons, and voluntary organizations or as independent practitioners.

Physiotherapist: works with people with MS to assess physical difficulties and help improve movement and other functions of the body.

Speech-language therapists:  assess and treat people who have problems with communication or swallowing. This may include difficulties with speech, language and cognition (thought processes), or physical processes.

Microbiology deals with fundamental research on the structure, function, uses and clinical aspects of microorganisms. These organisms include bacteria, viruses, algae and archaea, and they are found everywhere, including on the body and in food.

Pathology: is a vital part of the practice of modern medicine. It is the way that many diseases are confirmed and may be how unexpected disorders are diagnosed. It is also used to measure the response to treatment. The extensive range of testing available is performed by expert pathologists, scientists and technicians, with service to patients and referring doctors being a priority. This commitment to high quality and rapid service assists the doctor in the accurate diagnosis and early treatment of disorders.

Pharmacovigilance: can be defined as the process of evaluating as well as improving the safety of drugs. In other words, it can be called as the practice of using the scientific methods for tracking, recording and analyzing the effects of various pharmaceutical goods. This is also known as ‘Drug Safety’

Pharmacists: play a key role in providing quality healthcare. They are experts in medicines and will use their clinical expertise, together with their practical knowledge to advise you on common problems such as coughs, colds, aches and pains, as well as healthy eating and stopping smoking.

The following is a list of the top Medical Colleges in India.

1. All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi
2. Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore
3. Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune
4. JIPMER, Puducherry
5. Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
6. Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi
7.  Madras Medical College, Chennai
8.  Grant Medical College, Mumbai
9.  Kasturba Medical College, Manipal
10.  Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Chennai
11.  University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS), New Delhi
12. King George Medical College – Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University, Lucknow


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