Thank you Dr Ameet and Team (Dr Ashwini, Shyam Ji and the nursing and support staffs) for being such wonderful people and for treating our son!
On 19th Jan' 21 my elder son Vihaan had suddenly lost hearing on both the ears (bilateral sensory neural hearing loss) . You were sent by the Supreme Lord himself to help us in such a difficult situation and treat our son and as I write this review Vihaan has made a good recovery in both the ears and is able to hear nicely!
You are a very highly qualified ENT Doctor (surgeon) with years of experience in India and abroad in treating patients with various critical conditions. You are revered in the entire medical fraternity and are respected by all of them including ENT surgeons from AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospital (I was surprised to hear this from two doctors of these prestigious hospitals whom I had met subsequently for a different reason).
Despite such great accomplishments; you and your team are such excellent and humble human beings! You patiently listened to Vihaan and us in each of our visits to your clinic. Whenever we had any query or were anxious about Vihaan's condition you accepted our phone calls and gave us good advice and on occasion medicines as well. Money was never an issue for you or your team and they have given us discounts to help us meet the treatment costs.
Your entire team is so charming and supportive in all their dealings that it takes away our pain instantly as soon as we speak to them or enter your clinic.
When I hear the philanthropic activities of Dr Ashwini that he visits Kalkaji Gurudwara every morning and spends an hour there to treat patients free of cost - it touches my heart and I am filled with gratitude. What a gentle and kind human being he is.
I am deeply indebted and grateful to you Sir for treating our son and for behaving so nicely with all us and all your patients. I pray to the Supreme Lord to give you success in all your dealings/treatments and give you good health, fame, wealth and love of all.
My husband recently underwent Hemithyroidectomy by Dr.Ameet Kishore. I am so thankful to God for connecting us to Dr. Ameet. Under his skilful hands the surgery was done successfully despite the complications that were involved. He is not only a very good surgeon but also a very understanding and helpful human being. I used to call him for every little doubt I had and he would patiently answer my queries. I am eternally grateful to him and his team of doctors (Dr. Sharad Nair and Dr Ashwani Kumar) for taking care of my husband the way they did. Even the staff in his clinic, Mr.Shyam and Ms.Manju are very cooperative. Thank you Doctor.
I have been consulting Dr. Kishore for the last 7 years. At the time I suffered from Nasal Polyps and sinusitis. I was interested in getting the balloon Sinoplasty (BSP)given that it had less scarring than the usual FEES. I googled and found only two doctors in Delhi who did BSP at that time.One of them was of course Dr. Kishore.
That's how my journey started. Over the years, in his compassionate demeanour, he has helped me manage my symptoms very well.
He is an excellent human being and a great doctor( something which is rare these days). His impeccable work ethics inspires me in my professional life as well. Shyam Ji, his secretary and all the sisters work tirelessly to put up a great show. I have known Shyam Ji for as long as I have known Dr. Kishore. He too is a wonderful human being.
I visited Dr Ameet kishore (Ent surgeon) when my wife was suffering from nose bleeding and soon she was diagnosed with 2nd grade nasal cancer.Dr ameet was very kind to us explaining the whole treatment.we had a nervous breakdown and we were not in a position to decide anything.
Dr. Ameet Kishore then assured us that nothing will happen and everything will be fine. I have just followed whatever he suggested us and now my wife is perfectly fine and healthy and all credit goes to Dr ameet kishore.Not only he is a very gud doctor but he is also a very nice human being. I would recommend him to everyone because he takes good care of his patients and is very honest about the treatment. Thanks sir for all your guidance and support to us
My husband had Tympanoplasty surgery performed by Dr. Ameet Kishore and his team. It was done very professionally and we are really happy with the results of the surgery. I highly recommend people suffering from ENT related issues to consult Dr. Ameet Kishore. We had a very satisfying experience from the start until the post surgery checkups.
Amazing team of clinicians and support staff. Worth mentioning is the sterilization procedures that happen in the clinic between evaluation of each patient. Kudos to the team in such difficult times. Keep up the good work.
Dr Ameet kishor is one of the best ENT specialists I had ever met. As he resolved my wife's issue and now she is perfectly fine after her post operation. I wish him all the best for future endeavors. You can rely 100% on him and his team. Thank you Doctor.
I had an ENT problem of ENT for a very long time and went to multiple doctors but never recovered fully. Finally Dr Ameet Kishore and his team treated my problem and i am recovered fully. Dr Ameet Kishore is one of the finished ENT doctor in India. Thank you so much and hope you will continue to help more and more.
I have been consulting Dr. Kishore for the last years 7 years. At the time I suffered from Nasal Polyps and sinusitis. I was interested in getting the balloon Sinoplasty (BSP)given that it had less scarring than the usual FESS. I googled and found only two doctors in Delhi who did BSP at that time. One of them was of course Dr. Kishore. That's how my journey started. Over the years, in his compassionate demeanour, he has helped me manage my symptoms very well. He is an excellent human being and a great doctor(something which is rare these days). His impeccable work ethics inspires me in my professional life as well. Shyam Ji, his secretary and all the sisters work tirelessly to put up a great show. I have known Shyam Ji for as long as I have known Dr. Kishore. He too is a wonderful human being.
My husband recently underwent Hemithyroidectomy by Dr. Ameet Kishore. I am so thankful to God for connecting us to Dr. Ameet. Under his skilful hands the surgery was done successfully despite the complications that were involved. He is not only a very good surgeon but also a very understanding and helpful human being. I used to call him for every little doubt I had and he would patiently answer my queries. I am eternally grateful to him and his team of doctors (Dr. Sharad Nair and Dr Ashwani Kumar) for taking care of my husband the way they did. Even the staff in his clinic, Mr. Shyam and Ms. Manju are very cooperative. Thank you Doctor .
My husband had Tympanoplasty surgery performed by Dr. Ameet kishore and his team. It was done very professionally and we are really happy with the results of the surgery. I highly recommend people suffering from ENT related issues to consult Dr. Ameet Kishore. We had a very satisfying experience from the start until the post surgery checkups.
I got my daughter operated by him for adenoids and tonsils at the age of 3 years I was very much afraid but he made me feel so relaxed n above all I cannot describe his service in words I have never seen a human like him in medical field in my whole life he is the best a true human, gental, and so generous and helping. the services provided by the sisters n the hospital staff at APPOLO SPECTRA at kailash colony were ultimate and mind blowing as my daughter was small they managed her in such a way as if she was in a picnic spot enjoying. I am really impressed the way Everything's was done I am very thankful to Mr Ameet Kishore , shayam ji, Dr ashwani Sharma and the sisters and supporting staff at the APOLLO SPECTRA kailesh colony. my daughter is feeling very fine now and all the problem has been blown away she was not able to sleep in the night but now she is relaxed as r we I recommend Dr AMEET KISHORE And HIS TEAM for any ENT related problem as he is the best having the best team I had consulted almost 6 ENT,S before him. the total cost of the surgery was half of what I was told at other hospitals like ganga ram etc THANK YOU once again everyone.
I visited Dr Ameet kishore (Ent surgeon) when my wife was suffering from nose bleeding and soon she was diagnosed with 2nd grade nasal cancer. Dr ameet was very kind to us explaining the whole treatment. we had a nervous breakdown and we were not in a position to decide anything. Dr ameet kishore then assured us that nothing will happen and everything will be fine. I have just followed whatever he suggested us and now my wife is perfectly fine and healthy and all credit goes to Dr ameet kishore. Not only he is a very gud doctor but he is also a very nice human being. I would recommend him to everyone because he takes good care of his patients and is very honest about the treatment. Thanks sir for all your guidance and support to us.
If God has a face then it is him. He healed my Cholesteatoma quite with ease. After surgery, I couldn't even realize that I had undergone a surgery. There was no pain. I was amazed for the first time that my ear was cut open and could never even feel it! He is such a caring doctor; and so friendly! I think I shall never be able to compare him with anyone. He is a god. He is definitely a god - a living legend.
First time I had to undergo a surgery in my right ear (tympanoplastyis) and I felt the way Dr. Ameet Kishore has treated me was exceptionally well. It was a very satisfying experience as I never felt like I underwent a surgery. My recovery is also very good. My sincere regards and deep respect for Dr. Kishore. Thank you so much Sir.
First We thank Dr Ameet Kishore for treating my daughter. He is a very kind and patient doctor. He doesn't rush up for surgery. He treated my daughter with medication for two months and when he found that she wasn't responding to medicines then only he went for surgery. He listens to patients and give answers to all the queries. My daughter has a successful surgery.
I have visited Dr. Ameet Kishore 3 times, two times for myself and once for my son. I am from a somewhat similar line which he never knew. My experience says he is one doctor who will never tell you anything hanky panky or moves you around for making money. He tells what is possible and what are the limitations, His way of approaching the disease is very clear and profound. After the visit I had asked for a few queries which were answered on WhatsApp. In my opinion we can't ask for more than this from a doctor. I have requested God to give us more duplicates of Dr. Ameet Kishore.
Dr. Ameet has extensive knowledge and experience in this field and beyond this he even goes beyond to help his patients, in our case he stayed back late in the evening to help with a critical emergency procedure on my son which not only helped him in recovering his hearing loss, especially when he had a pre engagement that day, he guided us and supported us post that with the best medical advice and care, we are ever grateful to him And his team.
Dr. Ameet Kishore is one in his kind, an amazing Doctor. His listening ear and tender care for his patients makes them comfortable enough to express their medical needs and worries to him, and he's always ready to attend to them. In my perspective, he's the go-to Doctor for all your ENT problems and a top-notch in his Industry. I very much appreciate the attention he gave my mother while we were in New Delhi, and as such I'd like to express my profound gratitude to him. Keep up the good work Dr. Kishore!!!.
A grand salute to Dr Ameer Kishore sir, he has changed my life drastically. Two months back, 4 /5 doctors of well reputed hospitals of faridabad advised me for an operation for my both nose(sinusitis) and ear(hearing loss). I was very much depressed and then i came to know about Ameet sir, he just told me to do Jal neti, take steam along with spray n anti allergic medicine for two months but after one month only my problems had gone. Now I am very much satisfied/happy with Sir's simple technique for the treatment.
My mother had underwent parotid tumor surgery under Dr. Ameet Kishore last month. We were initially very worried due to the diagnostic uncertainty, location of tumor and possibility of malignancy of the tumor. So we consulted Dr kishore. He couselled us very well and did the surgery despite his busy operation schedule as we had come all the way from Nepal. He also made sure we had minimum expenses. I would like to thank Dr. Kishore for everything.
Dr. Kishore is simply amazing... He set the expectations and followed through to the end. He walked a joutney with us from the planning to the surgery and to follow up. His team is fantastic and very efficient I must say. I would recommend him any day.
We got the surgery done of my 8 year old daughter for tonsillitis and Aderoined! Dr. Ameet is phenomenal doctor and human being! His understanding about his field and behavior towards patient is very kind and humble! He being ENT specialist along with experience of handle kids cases made him more special ENT doctor! Thank you sir taking good care of my little one!
My father is dignosed with ssc cancer, his name is un singh. Initialy doctor kishore advise us for biopsy which shose ssc is present. Then he surgiculy withdraw the tumor and paitent is under his observation. I hope with in some time he will be fine. I am very happy with the effirt and dignossis process of Dr kishore and his team. They realy did a remarkable job.
Dr. Ameet Kishore is one in his kind, an amazing Doctor. His listening ear and tender care for his patients makes them comfortable enough to express their medical needs and worries to him, and he's always ready to attend to them. In my perspective, he's the go-to Doctor for all your ENT problems and a top-notch in his Industry. I very much appreciate the attention he gave my mother while we were in New Delhi, and as such I'd like to express my profound gratitude to him. Keep up the good work Dr. Kishore!!!
A truly five star doctor!! We recently took our 2 year old daughter to Apollo hospital and saw Dr. Ameet Kishore. We found him to be very thorough, highly skilled, very kind and gentle, and a doctor who doesn't put you through unnecessary procedures just to make money. God bless you, Dr.
My experience with cochlear implant
My name is Gerald Andrew; I am 29 year old male Tanzanian. Last year (2009) was one of the most memorable for me. It’s when I received my cochlear implant at Apollo hospital in New Delhi after more than three years of hearing loss. Everyone’s experience with cochlear implant is a bit different therefore, am happy to share mine with anybody out there, from the moment I lost my hearing, my experience during my stay at Apollo Hospital and one year later on, after cochlear implant.
I was born with normal hearing and managed to receive a mainstream education normally, joined University in 2002; a four years course; I was 22 yr old then. Four years later everything seemed to be all right and I was on course to complete my first degree. Unfortunately, in my last semester when I was about to finish my thesis, I started to experience continuous loss of balance, dizziness and constant head pain. At that time my hearing was fine and I didn’t notice any changes though I am not sure if it was decreasing slowly without me noticing so I kept on working on my research hoping that I can hold on for a couple of weeks until my last presentation. Unfortunately, on Friday 19th of May 2006, with just four weeks left until my final presentation I experienced suddenly major hearing loss in my left ear, if that wasn’t enough, ten days later the same happened to my right ear. Things were happening so fast I didn’t know what was going on. My family and I were devastated; we didn’t know just what was wrong. After several tests, another blow hit me, it was discovered that I was suffering from chronic myelogenous Leukemia (CML) which, according to my doctor was the cause of Sensorineural or inner ear hearing loss. Due to my deteriorating condition it was clear that I wouldn’t be able to continue with my research so I had to postpone my last presentation so as to receive the treatment as soon as possible to save my life. Unfortunately, early medication I used (chemotherapy), helped in damaging my hearing even further. From there, life became very difficult, unable to communicate with my friends and family, no more phone calls, I relied heavily on lip-reading and the patience and understanding of those closest to me to help explain and re-explain what I didn’t get. I felt isolated and lost my confidence. Most of us do not realize just how much we value something until it is taken away from us.
Three months later, as my condition improved my hearing was getting worse yet I was determined to finish my dissertation and graduate with my class mates that year. It took me almost a month to conclude and submit my thesis. I remember as I was standing in front of lecturers on my final presentation I couldn’t hear a word I was saying, at the end of presentation all the questions were written down and I would read and answer them one at a time. Almost forty minutes later I was done. It was such a relief and emotional day as I was able to finally complete my first degree in time to graduate with my classmates.
As my hearing continue to deteriorate, so was the increased trips to hospitals, I tried several hospitals, consulting several doctors; doing tests after tests, trying different types of hearing aids hoping that maybe my hearing was going to improve with time with no success. I remember sitting in the auditory room during one the tests with the earphones on waiting and thinking "come on then you can start today a little bit" and he was half way through!! it was clear that I had reached the point where hearing aids, no matter how powerful, may no longer help me much in any way. From that point, I knew I have to look for other alternatives available. It was the suggestion of one ENT specialist that I began exploring the possibility of a cochlear implant. At that time I didn’t know anything about it and unfortunately in my country there is no Hospital with such technology. I knew it’s going to be such an uphill struggle but I wasn’t going to give up easily and fortunately in 2008, Ministry of health came to the rescue and I was referred to Apollo Hospital in New Delhi at the end of the same year.
I remember the same day we arrived at Apollo hospital we were introduced to Dr Ameet Kishore, a Senior Consultant Surgeon (ENT and Neuro-Otology), who implanted me with a HiResolution cochlear implant one month later. Sitting there watching him talking with my mum I couldn’t understand much but I just knew he was a wonderful doctor, three months later and I thought ‘how right I was’! As the process begun, the doctors had to make sure that I was able to withstand the surgery due to my condition (chronic myelogenous Leukemia), after which they were convinced and carry on with second test which was, cochlear implant candidacy process tests where I met this dear Audiologist and Speech Pathologist Ms. Neevita Narayan at SpHear (Speech and Hearing clinic). Prior to getting these test, I thought that maybe I still had enough hearing to be able to use hearing aids again but the series of tests further confirmed my candidacy for a cochlear implant, although I was disappointed it wasn’t unexpected.
Personally, the decision to get an implant was relatively easy. I thought, here is the choice of either a life of total silence and frustrations or taking a risk and be able to hear again. The thoughts of spending the rest of my life unable to hear again and thinking of all the obstacles I faced for over three years of being hearing-impaired and those lie ahead, terrified me and made my decision to go for it rather easy and there was no question in my mind that it was a correct decision. My family, friends and doctor wanted it to be a success. So was I. Given that I was staying in hospital the doctor’s daily visits gave me an opportunity to ask anything I wanted to know i.e. the whole procedure, risks, side effects and benefits of cochlear implant. By the time my surgery was scheduled I was ready and looked forward to it.
It didn’t take long and the surgery was scheduled on Wednesday January 7, 2009. It was undertaken without incident. "The surgery was success" said Dr Ameet Kishore soon after surgery. I woke up to find a huge bandage wrapped round my head, at first, the pain and noises (tinnitus) made me really uncomfortable but both subsided as hours went on. It was suggested that I stay in intensive care for couple of days for close monitoring as a precaution measure due to my condition (leukemia) so as to avoid any infections. The first few days after the surgery I felt a bit exhausted and it took me a week or so to feel almost back to normal. The wound had to stay dry for five days, by the time I was out of intensive care the wound seemed to heal nicely. Usually, before the next stage, (switch on) the wound site of the surgery needed to heal completely.
Despite having had the surgery I could still not hear and nothing more would happen for a few weeks. It's a difficult and anxious waiting time which fortunately I seemed to cope so easily so much that when the “switch on’’ day arrived, I felt a little bit unprepared for what I thought is going to be important moment in my life. I had not fully considered exactly what being able to hear again was ‘’really’’ going to mean to me. The clinic was few minutes away from hospital; in the car my mum was quite calm and lost in thought. So was I. I tried as much as I can to lower my expectations. By the time we arrived at the clinic the doctor was there and the audiologists were ready. As we were inside, I remember my mum and the doctor stand there facing me and the audiologist, I was anxious and nervous and my heart was hammering hard in my chest as the audiologist connected the external processor and prepared to "switch" me on.
I had been warned this could be disappointing and at first I thought, "she's must have done it wrong I can't hear anything" then slowly like being woken after a deep, deep sleep the sounds began, there were little beeps and cheeps and blips! As my audiologist, Ms. Neevita Narayan, and my Mom and another audiologist in the room continued to converse, the voices started to take on the sound of the cartoon character, Mickey Mouse! Then I heard someone saying ‘’ take it easy, take it easy’’ did someone just said take it easy? I asked. They were all astonished on how fast I was able to catch on some words on the first day, it gave me such relief and joy I could ever imagined. One thing that couldn’t recognize was the sound of my own voice. I kept thinking "who's that talking?" only to realize it was me!! Being able to actually hear myself talking was just amazing. Few minutes later, when audiologist suggested that we go outside and see how I was copping, I remember standing there hearing the sounds of cars, motorbikes, people talking, simply the sound of life around me, for the first time in three years of silence it was one the amazing experience I will never forget.
Going back to hospital that day I felt like different person, more confident, ready to talk to anybody. As I closed my eyes and mum said some simple words or phrases and I repeated them to her again and again. Walking around, I could hear my own footsteps again and the noises coming from the television were indistinct but I could hear them. It had been a very long and emotionally exhausting day but I could not sleep. As I sat on my bed reflecting the events of the day, I knew the sound was not perfect, but it was SOUND and the journey out of silence had begun, there was no turning back.
Usually, the outcomes for each cochlear implant recipient are individual and the process may not be immediate, it needs patience, learning and adjusting and re-adjusting, one step at a time allowing your brain to adopt but more importantly the support of people around you. For that reason, soon after ‘‘switch on’’ day I knew the next few weeks were crucial and I had to work really hard. I started rehabilitation the following week in which the testing with the audiologist was such an encouragement. We started with a piece of paper with some words and sentences. Then she said she would say the words and I would have to tell her which ones. The immediate response in my mind was like saying "Will I really hear the Words? “ She was very reassuring and convinced I would manage so we began. A few minutes later I had scored almost 100% and heard nearly every word she said.
As rehabilitation and mapping continue the robotic speech sounds of the first week slowly took a more natural form. Mum sounded like I remembered. Men and women's voices separated in to just that. The first four weeks post "switch on" were very intense, both exciting and exhausting. There were the weekly trips to see the audiologist. The general adjustment and re-learning is hard work but the rewards are worth it. I remember the day I was able to use my cell phone again almost two weeks after rehabilitation, talking to my father, brother and sisters’ back home was the happiest moment in my life.
With the help and company of my mother I had wonderful experience throughout my stay in Apollo hospital, one that is going to stay with me for long, long time. The doctors, nurses and all the staff were just amazing. I remember when I arrived at hospital I couldn’t understand when they were talking but my mum was there, trying to explain and re-explain to me, that really made my life more comfortable. Sometimes I used to sit back and reflect how life would have been if she wasn’t there with me, I feel lucky to have a mother like her and I will forever be grateful for everything she’s done to me. And when I was able to hear again it was such a pleasure to talk to them, it was such remarkable turn around.
It has been said that you never really appreciate something until you have lost it. Indeed that has been my experience with hearing loss and now, one year after implant, I feel I have regained it once again! Those sounds and voices that I remember before I lost my hearing are all back again! I no longer avoid gatherings, people and places. I actually look forward to them! I can now use the phone again to call anyone, anytime and chat!
My music records I saved are such a joy to listen to! I had forgotten how uplifting and fun music can be! Each day brings something new to be appreciated all over again! The wind blowing through the trees, Computer keys clicking, Water running, Dogs barking etc. The ability to hear voices and understand so easily and be able to respond. The sounds of life! What a blessing to be given the chance to hear it all again!
I know, I am still learning and getting used it but with the help and understanding of my family, relatives and friends I am coping really well, Not a day goes by that I don't think "Wow I can hear again" I will never take sound for granted. There is a moment first thing in the morning when I pause, take a deep breath before I "switch on" for the day. Having a successful implant cannot ever replace "normal" hearing but it comes pretty close. There are still times when it's not all great but the pros totally outweigh the cons and life in general is much easier to cope with.
It’s a year since I had an implant but I feel like it’s just like yesterday because life is made up by few big moments and a lot of little ones, I still vividly remember that day of ‘’switch on’’ or the time I was able to use my cell phone again, talking to my family and friends, I still remember me and my mum’s weekly visits to audiologist, the training sessions with Ms Neevita Narayan, I still remember chatting to nurses and ever smiling Dr Kishore every time he came to visit us. I still remember meeting and chatting to different patients some of them from my home country and I still remember the day I listened to my favorite songs I missed so much, the joy, the relief and no matter what, those memories are going to stay with me for the rest of my life.
The journey out of the silence was not an easy ride and at times, emotionally charged, still is, but it is a journey I am willing to go all the way. Nevertheless, it’s unlikely to forget the those who made all these possible and I just don’t know how to express my heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the wonderful care and treatment I received from Dr Ameet Kishore and Audiologist, Ms. Neevita Narayan and all Apollo hospital staff, you are all going to be in my heart always. From the bottom of my big heart I say thank you. You gave me a second chance, a chance that am going to take with both hands.
I wanted to thank you immensely for the help that you provided to my father and thus to our family by giving him the gift of hearing.
He is now recovering well and is able to hear all the conversations as normally as anyone else can.
My father, underwent a Stapedotomy ear surgery to correct his hearing problem, first in one ear and then 6 months later in the other. The result of the surgery was better than expected and post full recovery my father is able to hear very well.
It has been a life changing event for not only our father but also to our whole and extended family. I just wish if we would have met you much earlier, but better late than never.
Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to have normal conversations with our father (which we have missed all our lives). No other gift could have been better than this.
I wish to express my appreciation over the successful cochlear implant surgery I had in India on the 14th August 2010.
My family and I are very excited now that it is so much easier to communicate. I commend your expertise and I look forward to seeing you Read More »
Dear Dr.(Prof.) Ameet Kishore,
This is your patient Hon. Raynald A. Mrope( MP ), who was hospitalised at the Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi for surgical removal of a benign tumor in the left nasal cavity.
I take this opportunity to wholeheartedly thank you for the good work you personally did at the operational theatre to remove that dreadful tumor, followed by intensive close care that enabled my quick recovery of the whole ordeal. Thank you very much Dr Ameet. My local ENT surgeon has looked at the marvellous work and is very highly appreciative of the high quality of the procedure performed by you. Furthermore the aftercare service in the Ward 3439 was unsurpassed by any international standards.
May I also thank your team together with the other Doctors for the attention and hospitality accorded to me. My sincere thanks go also to the Nurses, Ward attendants, cleaners etc.
Through you, may I also thank the Management of Apollo Hospital at New Delhi. Thank you for your courteous attention, your daily visits and good public relations. For me it is an experience I will never forget.
Once again Doctor, thanks a lot, it would be a pleasure for me to welcome you to Tanzania once you have the time. Almighty God bless you.
Sometimes u fall short of words and then there are times when one can write a never ending essay. What Dr. Ameet Kishore does is so admirable. He clearly goes above and beyond the call of duty. He sees his patients not just as problems but Human beings. A true hero!.
Thank u sir.
100% patient satisfaction level, it was 2nd implant on right ear and same doctor, Dr. Ameet Kishore did the implant on left year in 2016 and during last one year patient recovery and output is excellent..
My father lost hearing due to meningitis, I got to know that cochlear implant is only option for that. I lost hope bcz it was very expensive surgery for us and i tried for govt hospital also but there was waiting for year. As per doctors my father required implant on early basis Then i apporched Dr. Ameet kishore (best surgeon for cochlear implant)
Dr. Ameet given us hope. He is very empathetic person, he understood our situation financially and mentally both.
My father got surgery at minimum expenses. Now my father doing well..
Sometime GOD will not come to you directly He send his Messenger, for us Dr. Ameet is Messenger of God. Dr. Ameet is second name of HOPE.
Thank you very much sir.. God bless u.. may you have great life. Keep