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Welcome To Dr Nikhil Chaudhari

Dr. Nikhil Chaudhari, 2006 batch of MBBS, from a Government Medical College, Thane, Maharashtra ( Rajiv Gandhi Medical College). Subsequently, he joined a master's in Surgery at a Central Govt run institute in Andheri, Mumbai ( ESI Hospital), and successfully completed his MS in General Surgery. During these three years, he performed numerous surgeries for diseases like appendicitis, breast cancer, hernia, perforated bowel, and so on. Due to his perseverance and quest to seek knowledge as well as fine skills, he got selected for the advanced super specialty training in Vascular Surgery in one of India’s top-ranked and prestigious hospitals that is Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi.

He is an extremely sincere and hard-working surgeon with compassion toward his patients. He not only successfully completed his three years of vigorous training in Vascular and Endovascular surgery as well as scored the second highest marks in India. Vascular and Endovascular surgery taught him an arena of skills and techniques in treating patients with various vascular diseases starting from Varicose veins to complex aortic aneurysms. He is currently working as a Consultant in Vascular Surgery Dept at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and is one of the youngest surgeons to reach that post. He has performed quite a significant number of surgeries for AV access, diabetic foot, vascular malformations, and embolization for bleeding from the uterine artery and bronchial artery. He is a pioneer and expert in treating varicose veins using advanced techniques like Glue injection, Radiofrequency ablation, etc.

What do vascular surgeons do?

Vascular surgeons are specialists who are highly trained to treat diseases of the vascular system. Your blood vessels arteries carrying oxygen-rich blood and veins carrying blood back to the heart are the roadways of your circulatory system. Without smoothly flowing blood, your body cannot function. Conditions such as the hardening of the arteries can create “traffic jams” in your circulatory system, obstructing the flow of blood to any part of the body.

It's not about only surgery:

A Vascular surgeon does far more than surgery.

A Vascular surgeon makes sure patients with vascular health issues know and understand all their options. In short, vascular surgeons can do surgery, but they see and treat many patients who don’t require surgery. Many vascular problems can be treated with medication or exercise. Dr. Nikhil Chaudhari- “I spend 80 percent of my time trying to talk my patients out of having surgery.”

 A Vascular Surgeon is able to do every kind of procedure.

Some specialists specialize in one or two kinds of vascular interventions, so their patients tend to get those treatments. Vascular surgeons are trained in everything: open, complicated surgery, and in minimally invasive, endovascular procedures. Some patients need one, some need the other, while many need no surgery at all. Vascular surgeons are “treatment agnostic,” that is, they don’t prefer any kind of treatment over another. Patients can be assured they will get the best treatment for their particular needs.

Vascular surgeons manage veins and arteries in every part of the body except the brain and the heart.

For example, vascular surgeons handle blocked carotid arteries in the neck. They treat the problems of the aorta (a large main artery) after it leaves the heart and enters the abdomen. Peripheral vascular disease, which often affects the arteries in the legs and feet, also is treated by a vascular surgeon.

How do I know I need to see a vascular surgeon?

Typically, patients are referred to a vascular surgeon by their primary care physician. Sometimes patients become acquainted with a vascular surgeon after an unexpected event lands them in the hospital. You might be referred to a vascular Surgeon if you see your regular doctor for pain in your legs, and learn that you have peripheral arterial disease, for example. If you are in a high-risk category: are a smoker, diabetic, and/or have high blood pressure, you may be a candidate for starting a relationship with a vascular surgeon.




The primary care physician, as the name implies, is the patient’s first contact and provides general healthcare advice and medical prescriptions as well as arranges for specialist care in the event of more serious concerns, illnesses, and injuries. 


Preliminary physical examinations are done, scanning and her tests are performed and the doctor confirms the conditions.


The suitability of a single-day laser procedure is evaluated based on your Vein condition. Once the treatment procedure is decided, procedures are explained to the patients and the expectations from treatment and side effects are discussed.


Treatment expenses are discussed and financial assistance is provided if needed. Further assistance regarding Mediclaim insurance is provided for the treatment.


After the procedure, a stress-free treatment experience is ensured. Once the patient recovered a smooth discharge process happens.


Patient experiences symptom improvement. Postoperative assistance is provided for chronic disease management. Better quality of life is assured of patients​​​​​.


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