Department and Services
NEUROLOGY & NEUROSURGERY
Neurology tackles all issues related to the functioning of the most critical part of our body - the brain. While neuro diagnostic techniques help to identify the problems of the brain, neurologists and neurosurgeons take corrective measures to treat and manage the patient.
Electroencephalograph (EEG) : This device records the brain's electrical activity and reproduces it on a paper or on a computer screen. It is done for a variety of medical reasons, including evaluation of seizure disorders.
Electromyography (EMG) : This is a test for evaluating and recording the electrical activity produced by skeletal muscles. It is used as a diagnostics tool for identifying neuromuscular diseases, assessing low-back pain, kinesiology, and disorders of motor control.
CT Scan : Brain CT scan enables the doctors to detect the presence of physical abnormalities or tumours in the brain
Evoked Potential (EP) : It reads the electrical activity from the brain, spinal nerves, or sensory receptors in response to external stimuli. A combination of hi-tech hardware and software enables the doctors to determine the functional state of these pathways. This test is usually performed during spine surgery to help the surgeon make sure that nerves are not damaged during the operation.
Intraoperative Monitoring (IOM) : This is a recording of signals from various areas of the nervous system during surgery. It monitors the nervous system pathways at risk for ischemia, mechanical or other injuries during surgery and enables surgeons to take corrective actions.
• Management of headaches and migraines.
• Neuromuscular disorders.
• Stroke Management and Rehabilitation.
• Management of epilepsy.
• Parkinson's disease.
• Movement disorders.
• Alzheimer's disease.
• Sleep disorders.
• Microsurgery for brain tumours.
• Skull base surgery.
• Brain trauma surgery.
• Surgery for aneurysm, AVM and other vascular lesions.
• Spinal and spinal cord surgery - tumours, vascular malformation and developmental disorders.
• Hydrocephalus and other paediatric brain disorders.
• Epilepsy surgery.
• Cranofacial surgery with FMS (Facio-Maxillary Surgery).
• Interventional / Neuro-Endovascular therapy for Cerebro-vascular diseases and tumours.
• All other major brain surgeries.
Brain attack is as dangerous as heart attack. Here, the blood flow to the brain stops due to hemorrhage or blockage. This causes symptoms like severe headache, seizures, paralysis and fainting. Every minute without treatment causes the loss of up to 12 million brain cells. Our specially dedicated Neuro ICU, the first of its kind in the region, has the best in class neuroimaging equipments, backed by neurologists, neuro intensivits and neuro rehabilitation to take care of the patient.