The MAGIC Foundation India, affiliated to The MAGIC Foundation, USA, was set up to spread the awareness of various children’s growth disorders, across India. This website is intended to provide general educational information and to help users more easily access information about children’s growth disorders.
"To ensure that every child grows to the full potential."
MD (Pediatrics, AIIMS), FRACP (Pediatric Endocrinology, Australia)
SCE (Endocrinology, Royal College of Physicians, UK)
Secretary - Treasurer, Indian Society of Pediatric & Adolescent Endocrinology, 2017-18
Founding General Secretary, GROW Society (Growth & Obesity Workforce)
Consultant Pediatric & Adolescent Endocrinology
Regency Hospital Limited, A2 Sarvodya Nagar, Kanpur
Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon
"I would like to reach a Milestone where every child has Newborn Screening for Growth Disorders, early diagnosis and subsequent support for lifelong management of the condition."
Consultant Neonatologist & Paediatrician
Medical Director, CLOUDNINE OAR
MBBS, MD(Paediatrics), DM(Neonatology)-PGIMER, Fellowship in Neonatal Intensive Care(Australia)
Former Adjunct Professor in Paediatrics , Manipal University,
Former Head of Department in Paediatrics, Manipal Hospitals, Bangalore
MD, DM (PGIMR, ENDO) MRCP, DCH (UK)
Professor and H O D - Dept of Paediatrics
Paediatric and Adolescent Endocrinologist,
Manipal Hospital, Bangalore
Convenor for Paediatric Endocrinology Fellowship
Visiting Professor – Bapuji Child Health Institute
Author of endocrine chapter
IAP text Book of Endocrinology
IAP – Drug Formulary
A-Z in Endocrinology
"I envision availability of safe, authentic, accessible and affordable health care for all the children having endocrine disorders."
1. Practising as Paediatric Endocrinologist at Pearl Endocrine Clinic, Ramdaspeth Nagpur (Since2013).
2. Visiting Consultant at Bal Gopal Paediatric Hospital at Raipur.
3. Visiting Consultant at Shree Shishubhavan Paediatric Hospital at Bilaspur.
1. PDCC (PaediatricEndocrinology): Bharati Vidyapeeth Under Guidance of Dr.Vaman Khadilkar (2011 - 2012, Pune).
2. DNB (Paediatrics): Jehangir Hospital (2008 - 2010, Pune)
3. DCH: Wadia Children Hospital (2006 - 2008, Mumbai)
4) MBBS: NKPSIMS Medical College (99th Batch) Nagpur
"I envision an India where every child with hormone-related needs gets authentic, easy to access and affordable care."
MD Paediatrics (Gold Medalist)
Fellowship in Paediatric Endocrinology
Manipal Advanced Children Centre, Bangalore
ESPE Fellowship in Paediatric Endocrinology
Alder Hey Children's Hospital Liverpool, UK
Executive member, Indian Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology 2017-18.
Consultant Pediatric and Adolescent Endocrinologist
ENDOKIDZ Centre for Growth Diabetes and Hormone Disorders in Children
J.P Nagar, Jalandhar City, Punjab, India
Children fail to grow for a variety of reasons. Hormones, genetics, sleep, nutrition, general health and exercise are all factors for normal growth. If you suspect that your child is not growing normally, you are in the right place!
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia is an autosomal recessive genetic disorder, which means that it affects males and females in equal numbers, and that it requires both parents to pass on a gene in order for it to manifest as a disease. For a child to be born with any form of CAH, both parents must carry a gene for the disorder.
Growth hormone (GH) is a protein made by the pituitary gland and released into the blood in brief pulses. The major way that GH promotes growth is by increasing levels of the hormone, insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1), and its carrier protein, IGF binding protein-3 (IGFBP-3), in the blood.
A child with the Syndrome of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia, also known as Septo Optic Dysplasia or DeMorsiers Syndrome, has under-developed optic nerves. The optic nerves carry messages from the eye to the brain. ONH is the single leading cause of blindness in infants and toddlers.
Russell-Silver syndrome (or Silver-Russell syndrome) is a rare genetic disorder characterized by delayed growth in-utero (IUGR) that spares head growth (meaning the newborn has a head size that is large for his body) and ongoing postnatal growth failure.
SGA (small for gestational age) generally describes any infant whose birth weight and/or birth length was less than the 3rd percentile, adjusted for prematurity (gestational age). Between 3% and 10% of live births each year are diagnosed as SGA.
Turner's Syndrome occurs in 1 in 2,500 live female births. Approximately 98% of pregnancies with Turner's Syndrome abort spontaneously and approximately 10% of fetuses from pregnancies that have spontaneously aborted have Turner's Syndrome.
We have created a Facebook page called Omkar's Journey with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia to chronicle all possible events and scenarios in the life of a child with CAH, with a view to let new parents know what to expect.
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The MAGIC Foundation India group on Facebook is a closed group and is for discussion and sharing of information to provide support services for the families of children afflicted with a wide variety of chronic and/or critical disorders, syndromes and diseases that affect a child's growth. This is a safe place for parents to exchange and seek information that might help them deal with the problem. Note that posts which are not relevant to disorders, syndromes and diseases that affect a child's growth and which are advertisements for sales of products, services or groups will be deleted and the person posting the message will be removed from the group without notice. If you wish to join this group: