At Life Force, we have treated even Oral Surgeon having Oral Lichen Planus.

Doctors of many specialties have been treated at Life Force for various diseases

World's 1.5 % population suffers from Lichen Planus

Lichen Planus is simply a skin disease, little lesser-known, but the fourth most common chronic skin disease after Urticaria, Eczema, and Psoriasis; in Dr Shah’s experience.

Most patients get to hear this strange name for the first time when their doctors make the diagnosis. Slightly difficult to spell and pronounce, it is equally more difficult to treat. Lichen Planus is an autoimmune disease, an internal disease of the immune system; which is often genetically controlled.

Dr Rajesh Shah treated some cases of Lichen Planus way back in is the early practice in 1985. He had some success and some difficulties, as this disease is not easy to treat with any medicine.

Research and new medicines:

Over the years, Dr Shah developed some new medicines, which were used for Lichen Planus, and the results improved significantly. The success in the treatment of Lichen Planus is largely credited to the newly developed homeopathic medicines for which Dr Shah has patents in many countries. These new medicines are in the process to be made available to the medical profession through regulatory channels. Until that time, the medicines are accessible to the patients at Life Force.

Lichen Planus of skin, mouth, genitals, nails, and scalp 

The challenge of treating Lichen Planus depends on several factors. The location is one of the factors. Our experience suggests that Lichen Planus on the skin is easier to treat than one in the mouth (Oral Lichen Planus). Similarly, Genital Lichen Planus is more difficult to treat than Oral Lichen Planus. In any case, all the versions of Lichen Planus can be treated with success, but the time factor would vary.

Suppression by cortisone can lead to spreading:

Dr Shah has written and spoken enough about the misuse of cortisone in the treatment of Lichen Planus. He has said that if Cortisone is used to treat Lichen Planus, the disease might get suppressed for some time; but return elsewhere on the skin. Also, if you keep suppressing Lichen Planus on the skin, the disease may go deeper and affect the mouth; and then genitals and nails.

This observation is based on Dr Shah’s extensive study of over 3500 cases of Lichen Planus. This observation is not written in the textbook of Dermatology.

We understand Lichen Planus!

At Life Force, we know Lichen Planus. We have seriously studied this disease and have treated all the varieties and versions of it. Our doctors can give you a clear idea about the curability of this disease. You can even chat with our doctors online for guidance.

We know how to treat Lichen Planus. We have understood the challenge involved in treating this really obstinate but treatable disease.

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A 55-year-old female patient, Mrs. S. (PIN: 39203) visited Life Force and started Dr. Shah’s homeopathic treatment for her complaint of lichen planus in January 2019.

She was suffering from lichen planus for 3 months when she visited us. The major complaint that was annoying her a.....Read more

Lichen planus is an auto-immune condition marked by the inflammatory condition of the skin and mucous membrane with characteristic symptoms, such as swelling and irritation in the skin, hairs, nails, and mucous membranes. Besides auto-immune nature, viral infections, allergens, stress, and geneti.....Read more

A 43-year-old lady patient, Mrs. V.M. (PIN: 26675) visited the Borivali clinic of Life Force on 4th September 2015. She was suffering from white lacy blisters in the mouth and the upper and lower lip, and her tongue had turned white. The patient was unable to have food with a normal sp.....Read more

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