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Dr.Rahul Kackar proudly represents the third successive generation of physicians with the aim to promote a better, patient-oriented, and evidence-based medicine. His consultation goal is not only t... Read More
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Dr.Rahul Kackar proudly represents the third successive generation of physicians with the aim to promote a better, patient-oriented, and evidence-based medicine. His consultation goal is not only to treat illness but also to optimize the health of each patient while trying to delay and even reverse aging. He is an internist with a special interest in helping people with diabetes and chronic lifestyle diseases. After graduating from Nagpur University, he did 3 years of DNB medicine training from Jaslok hospital Mumbai and then did his MD medicine from the University of Seychelles. He has worked in top institutions in the country. He continued his learning and did the post-graduate program in Rheumatology from John's Hopkins University. Then, to address the root cause of chronic lifestyle diseases, he did IV therapy and Endocrinology certification courses from the American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine, USA. He is focused on bioidentical hormone treatments, nutritional therapies, lifestyle and dietary improvements, and anti-aging medicine and has the fundamental aim to optimize health and lifestyle. He is an active member of the American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine. He believes in the reversal of chronic lifestyle disorders with his multidisciplinary approach and his formulations, which he has crafted from his clinical knowledge and vast experience.
Academics & Trainings
DNB MEDICINE TRAINEE
Jaslok Hospital Mumbai
American Academy Of Anti Aging Medicine
Awards & Publications
He published a paper in Hepatic failure with Flutamide in Indian Journal of Gastroenterology 2003; 22:149-150. And a paper in Serum cholesterol levels in cirrhosis of liver, in the Journal of Association of Physicians.