I am an Obstetrician/ Gynecologist. It’s tough, it’s stressful, with chaotic unpredictable hours but totally satisfying! Love dealing with women, their issues and their amazing resilience.

Six years into my profession, I took on another avatar (like Obgyn wasn’t enough!) – Fitness & Lifestyle. This is my passion. I have, over the years, managed to merge my profession and my passion into one exciting, challenging course of work which, quite frankly, seem so interrelated. Women’s bodies, their minds, their physical & emotional fitness….. inseparable!

So beside my daily responsibilities at the hospital delivering babies, surgeries and out-patient clinics, I teach fitness classes, consult on fitness related issues, fat loss, muscle gain and so on. Many of the problems women face like back pain, depression, PCOD, recovery from illness, injury or even childbirth are closely interlinked to their fitness levels. It seems only natural therefore to connect Medicine for Women with Fitness for Women and create one cohesive field.

In this blog I address relevant topics. I have also invited other authors to contribute to make it more diverse and interesting.

Happy reading!

You can contact me at 044 43090897; 0423 2442145; 8903912160

11 thoughts on “About

  1. I had been your reader just at ‘ The Hindu’, now online as well. You are simply great. I’m surprised with the accuracy of your knowledge on exercise. Very very valuable words. Stick with it and keep breaking the myths.


  2. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my post on diet, exercise and brain training outweigh cognitive decline. I am enjoying my visit to yours. I salute your enterprise. For most people having a successful medical practice providing medical care for women would be enough. I also totally support your TFL goals. I follow the same principles in my blog. The idea is to live healthy, not decline through carelessness then work like crazy to get those extra pounds off. Keep up the good work!


  3. Respected Dr.,
    I am impressed by your Fit after 40.
    Right now I am 58. I do at least an hour gym session every day besides my professional work mostly in office but involving frequent touring.
    Now for at least last three months I am only consuming Protein and fibre for dinner.
    Is it OK or not?


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