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Dr. Sanjeev Parikh - Pediatrics in Mumbai

Dr. Sanjeev Parikh

MBBS, MD - Pediatrics

  • Mumbai, Maharashtra

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Clinic Locations

Gopala Clinic

310-312, Zest Business Sapces, M.G Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,

Vivek Maternity And Nursing Home

Plot No 301, Sai Darshan Building, Bhattwadi, Asalfa, Ghatkopar West. Landmark: Near Saraswat Bank & Opposite Maratha Mandir Bank., Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,

Nagher Samaj Hospital

Jagdusha Nagar, Ghatkopar West. Landmark: Near Madhav Baug Hall & Near 40 Shah Veni Bhavan, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,

Dr.Sanjeev Parikh's Children Hospital

Sagar Park,Amrut Nagar,OPP.Shrenik Nagar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,


  • Neonatal Nursing
  • Paediatric Critical Care
  • Growth & Development Evaluation / Management


  • Pediatrician


  • University of Mumbai, Mumbai - 1985 Graduated
  • University of Mumbai, Mumbai - 1989 Graduated
    MD - Pediatrics

Work & Experience

  • B.J Wadia, KEM and R.N Cooper hospital
    House Officer/Registrar
  • Oncology Department
    Research Officer in Pediatric Haematoloy
  • B.J.Wadia Hospital
    Registrar in Neonatology
  • Dr Sanjeev Parikh's Children Hospital,Gopala Clinic and Vivek Maaternity and Nursing Home
    Private Practice


  • Indian Academy of Paediatrics (IAP)

  • Mumbai branch of I.A.P(MBIAP)

  • Indian Medical Association (IMA)

  • Association of Medical Consultants (AMC)

Health Articles

Croup in Children: How To Save A Child From It?

Croup, also known as laryngotracheobronchitis, is a type of respiratory infection that is usually caused by a virus. Croup is an infection of the upper part of the airways, causing a hoarse voice and a barking cough. It is very common in children between two and five years old. The child’s voice sounds hoarse, and he has difficulties breathing, including coughing. Some children have difficulty swallowing and can drool, become restless or develop a high fever. The condition may last from a few days to several weeks.

Does Your Child Need to Gain Weight?

What should you do if your child is underweight? If you are unsure whether your kid needs to gain weight, consult with your doctor before beginning any weight-growth efforts. It is certainly likely that your child’s weight is perfectly normal. Given that one in every five children in the United States is fat, and another one in every six is overweight, it is understandable for a parent to believe their child is underweight in comparison. Checking your child’s body mass index, a measurement based on height and weight that is used for children aged 2 and older, is one approach to determining if their weight is healthy.

Do Your Child Need Any Vitamin Supplement?

Healthy kids do not need vitamins! Right? Fruits, vegetables, and animal proteins are indeed great sources of the nutrients kids need. But when it comes to growing bodies and developing brains, there can be an important difference between getting enough of some nutrients and getting too little. And sometimes healthy food alone is just not enough for kids to get what they need.

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