We cater to multiple ailments across all age groups


Allergies are an immune response triggered by allergens, an ordinarily harmful substance.


People with allergies have especially sensitive immune systems that react when they contact allergens.

Common allergens include:

foods (nuts, eggs, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat)




pet dander



Conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the transparent membrane (conjunctiva) that lines your eyelids and part of your eyeballs, has several possible causes. It could be a bacterial or viral infection, an allergic reaction to pollen or animal dander, or a result of chemical irritants (smoke, chlorine, lens solution, etc.).



These symptoms may last a few hours to several weeks: redness, itching, tearing, burning sensation, pus-like discharge and/or crusting of the eyelids. Because conjunctivitis causes inflammation of the small blood vessels in the conjunctiva to become more prominent, the whites of your eyes will appear pink or red. When you wake you are likely to feel that your eyelids are pasted shut, and your vision may not be as clear as usual.



  • Bacterial infection, caused by contaminated food or water
  • Viral infection
  • Parasites, which can enter the body through food or water
  • Food intolerance, such as the inability to digest lactose, the sugar in milk
  • Overuse of alcohol or laxatives
  • Medication, such as some antibiotics or antacids containing magnesium
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Stress or a panic attack


Everyone suffers the occasional mild headache, but if you experience debilitating pain and/or abnormally frequent headaches, you probably want to find relief. There are countless causes of headaches, which differ for each person, so you’ll have to do some experimenting to figure out the cause of your pain. Fortunately, the vast majority of headaches are primary headaches, not the result of underlying medical conditions. The three most common types are cluster, tension-type, and migraine.


A cluster headache affects a specific point of the head, often the eye, and is characterized by sharp, piercing pain. Migraine and tension-type headaches are far more common. “Tension“ headaches are now called “tension-type“ headaches because pain is not only caused by stress, but also poor posture, depression, and even sexual activity. In fact, recent studies have shown a connection between low serotonin levels and so-called “tension“ headaches.