To Book Home Visit - Call 022 68 247 248
General

Please visit our lab page for timings and address of our labs and centres

Yes, please visit Health Packages to view the packages we offer.

Yes, we have specially curated packages for Senior Citizens (female and male)

You can book a home visit by calling 022 68 247 248 or book a test online. Home visits are to be booked one day in advance and are subject to availability of the time slot.

Yes, we are one of the first labs in Maharashtra to be accredited by NABL.
Yes, doctor’s prescription is necessary for some specialized tests. It is not necessary in case of preventive health packages and routine tests.
We accept cash, Paytm and all credit/debit cards except American Express.

Rs. 100 Visit Charges for Home Visit From Monday to Saturday

  • Per visit charge on Sundays will be Rs. 200 (in-case of a test that requires 2 visits, each visit will be charged Rs. 200).
  • Sunday visits will be taken subject to the availability of time slots.
  • Home visit charges and Sunday rates are applicable for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai & Thane district
  • Terms and Conditions Apply

A cancellation fee of Rs. 100 will be applicable,

• If the home visit is canceled within 2 hours prior to the scheduled visit time.

• if the home visit is canceled after the technician has reached a patient’s home for the scheduled visit

Tests Related
Yes, we conduct tests for Mumps, Measles and Rubella.

Yes, we conduct Pap Smear test at our Dadar Lab, from Monday to Saturday, between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The price is Rs. 1,300

Yes, we conduct FNAC test at our Dadar Lab, from Monday to Saturday, between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The charges are Rs. 1800.
Yes, we conduct Histopathology tests at our Dadar Lab, from Monday to Saturday, between 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Yes, we conduct HIV tests at all our centres and also offer home blood collection facilities. Please call 022 68 247 248 for more information.

1. How is SCA diagnosed?

Ans: SCA is diagnosed based on the results of the SCA test or SCA panel. Test results show whether mutations specific to SCA subtypes are detected or not detected.

2. What is medical SCA?

Ans: Spinocerebellar ataxia refers to a group of rare genetic disorders characterized by slowly progressive impairment of body movements and loss of coordination. It frequently occurs due to degenerative changes or atrophy of a part of the brain called the cerebellum. It causes loss of fine coordination of muscle movements leading to jerky, unsteady and clumsy motion.

3. How rare is SCA?

Ans: SCA is relatively rare with an estimated global prevalence of 3 in 100000 with regional variations.

1. What tests are done to diagnose ataxia?

Ans: SCA is diagnosed based on the results of SCA test or SCA panel. Test results show whether mutations specific to SCA subtypes are detected or not detected.

2. What is SCA ataxia?

Ans: Spinocerebellar ataxia refers to a group of rare genetic disorders characterized by slowly progressive impairment of body movements and loss of coordination. It causes loss of fine coordination of muscle movements leading to jerky, unsteady and clumsy motion.

3. How do you test for spinocerebellar ataxia?

Ans: SCA panel test is done to detect Spinocerebellar ataxia and its various subtypes. In this panel, various commonly occurring gene mutations are detected which are known to cause various types of SCA

1. How do you diagnose SCA?

Ans: SCA is diagnosed based on the results of the SCA test or SCA panel. Test results show whether mutations specific to SCA subtypes are detected or not detected.

2. What are the 3 types of ataxia?

Ans: Ataxias are broadly categorized into Hereditary Ataxias, Acquired Ataxias, and Idiopathic late-onset Cerebellar Ataxias.

3. How rare is SCA?

Ans: SCA is relatively rare with an estimated global prevalence of 3 in 100000 with regional variations.

 

1. Is spinocerebellar ataxia a rare disease?

Ans: Yes, spinocerebellar ataxia is a rare type of neurodegenerative disease.

2. How long can you live with ataxia?

Ans: Different types of ataxias have a different courses but they are often, progressive and fatal.

3. Is there a cure for spinocerebellar ataxia?

Ans: No specific cure is available.

4. Does ataxia affect bowel movements?

Ans: Some ataxias may lead to disturbance of bladder and bowel movements

1. What is the life expectancy of someone with spinocerebellar ataxia?

Ans: Life expectancy varies depending on a multitude of factors including the type of condition, age of onset, severity, and many other factors.

2. How quickly does ataxia progress?

Ans: Ataxia is a slowly progressive degenerative disease progressed over years.

3. What triggers ataxia?

Ans: Ataxia can get triggered by many different factors like stress, certain chemicals, some medications, emotional physical factors, illnesses, etc.

4. Does ataxia worsen with age?

Ans: Yes, Ataxia is a progressive degenerative disease worsening with age

Test Preparation
Yes sips of plain water are acceptable.

• For fasting blood sugar - it is recommended that you do not take the diabetes medication

• For post-lunch blood sugar - you need to take the medicine before the test.

• For thyroid – you can take your thyroid medication at the time of the blood test.

• You can take your blood pressure medication.

No. Unless specified by a doctor.
Semen Testing
Yes, but it needs to be brought within 30 minutes of collection. Please note there is no home visit facility provided for semen collection.
No. It is done from Monday to Saturday between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at our Dadar Lab.
Yes, we conduct Semen Wash at our Dadar Lab, from Monday to Saturday, between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Washed specimen delivery time will depend on submission of sample.
Reports
As a practice, we email reports on the registered email id as soon as they are ready.
Same day reports will be mailed to your registered email address post 7.30 p.m.
Yes within Mumbai (at an extra cost of Rs. 50). Conditions apply.
Other queries

You can write to us at care@phadkelabs.com with your requirements. And our representatives will respond at the earliest possible.

You can know more about vacancies at Phadke Labs by visiting the Careers Page. If you still have queries, you can write to mangesh.gundye@srl.in.

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