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ISSUE 01 | JULY 2019
In this edition of our half yearly newsletter :
Read more about the legendary father of modern neurology, Charcot. Followed by frequently asked questions answered our editor - Dr. E.S.Krishnamoorthy.
Take a sneak peek into Joseph's unedited life and how integrated therapy helped him over come epilepsy.

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In this edition of our half yearly newsletter :
Buddhi Clinic's 10th Anniversary Celebrations at the MMA Hall on 30th November 2019
Buddhi Clinic's founder Dr. Ennapadam S Krishnamoorthy was recently featured in an article by Team Culturama. The article explores our successful chain of clinics across Chennai and dives into the subject of modern medicine, and its co-relation to ancient traditions.
And much more.

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ISSUE 03 | JULY 2020
In this edition of our half yearly newsletter :
Epilepsy is the most common serious neurological disease affecting over 50 million people worldwide and an estimated 5 million plus people in India. We talk about managing epilepsy during COVID-19.
Buddhi Story - Varadharajan was on a pilgrimage to Badrinath in the company of extended family members in late 2010. Little did he imagine that he would be the victim of a fall which proved disastrous and would alter the course of his life so abruptly. Read what happens next.
In the COVID-19 lockdown period (March to July 2020), Buddhi Clinic has engaged very actively with its community, using a dedicated online platform. As an organisation we have always taken pride in bringing knowledge at the cutting edge to the people of Chennai, and the use of an online webinar platform has transformed this ability to span the globe in this effort. We carry a snapshot of these efforts here.

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In this edition of our half yearly newsletter :
On brain dominance & career choices
On the threshold of a new academic year, parents and students are again confronted by the dilemma of career choices. But insights from neurological and behavioural sciences can help you make an appropriate choice ...
Mrs.J first came to us 3 years ago, with low back and neck pain, slowing gait with problems of balance, itching in the scalp and legs, with associated swelling and skin discolouration. After a home based comprehensive multidisciplinary assessment at Buddhi Clinic, she was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, and associated age related spondylosis ( cervical and lumbar). Medical treatment commenced with bromocriptine, piracetam and supplements, administered in divided doses. Read her story..
Three Buddhi Dialogues and the Neurokrish lecture 2020 as the keynote to our Foundation Day celebrations were the events we hosted in the period July to December 2020, as part of our continued effort in medicalscientific and public education. All the events were well attended virtually by an interdisciplinary audience of professionals.

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ISSUE 05 | JUNE 2021
In this edition of our half yearly newsletter :
Your editor speaks about Buddhic Clinic and how we are leading the way in Integrated care for the brain and mind.
Buddhi Story - Rajamohan Rides Again, The Budd hi Clinic team first met Raja Mohan a Southern Railway employee, then in service, in early 2013. He was referred to us for rehabilitation following a stroke that had left him bed bound, paralysed and unable to care for himself. Over three months, with our then "new" brand of integrated care, #trimed, Raja Mohan made an amazing recovery, becoming completely independent and ambulant once again. Read The Full Story...
13th February, the eve of our mentor Late Dr. Krishnamoorthy Srinivas' birth anniversary, marked the release of his biography, Tusitala. Painstakingly crafted by Dr. Subbulakshmy Natarajan MBBS, DCN {Lond), PhD, FRCP {Edin), with contributions from his daughter Aparna Rajagopal, his friend Late Dr. CV Krishnaswami DTM & H {Liverpool), FRCP {Edin) and son, our founder, Dr. Ennapadam S Krishnamoorthy, the book details his buddhi Prof.Krishnomoorthy Srinivas incredible life in community neurology and diverse, 1933-2017 enriched contributions.

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In this edition of our half yearly newsletter :
Covid-19 Vaccination Can Be Associated With Unexplained Neurological Symptoms!
Dyspraxia: A Developmental Coordination Disorder in Clinical Practice
Dr. Ennapadam S Krishnamoorthy played a pro-active role in the Asian Society Against Dementia 2021 organised in Sendai, Japan, in hybrid mode. His lecture on "why multidisciplinary & multicomponent interventions are the future of dementia care" featuring the pioneering work of Buddhi Clinic was extremely well received.
The webinar Alzheimer's Dementia - From Ayurveda to Precision Medicine was conducted on 18 Sep. 2021, a day ahead of World Alzheimer's Day. Moderated by Dr. Ennapadam S. Krishnamoorthy, the webinar had eminent speakers from diverse specialties - Prof. MadhavThambisetty {Section Chief of Clinical and Translational Neuroscience Section, Laboratory of Behavioural Neuroscience, John Hopkins USA) and Prof. Suhas Kumar Shetty {Professor and Head, Department of Mano Vijnana Avum Manoso Roga, Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College of Ayurveda & Hospital).

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