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Neurosciences

Neurosciences

The Neurosciences department is specialized in offering early and accurate diagnosis and treatment of various disorders and diseases of the nervous system and brain. Nelson neurosciences center brings together an expert team of neurosurgeons who are skilled in conducting nerve surgeries, spine surgeries and brain surgeries by using all the latest equipments and advanced technologies.

The department focuses on complete patient comfort and safety with the help of most advanced and finest imaging techniques and newest treatment concepts. The team is highly experienced in treating cases like Parkinson’s disease, Stroke, Status Epilepticus (epilepsy), Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington disease, Dystonia, Muscular dystrophy, Benign and Malignant Brain Tumors, Movement disorders, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Spine disorders and Brain trauma.< The neuroscience department team works closely with other specialist teams to offer quality care and rehabilitation programs based on the patient's condition and illness.

Services Available at department of Neurosciences

Branch of medicine concerned with the study and treatment of disorders of the nervous system – which is made of two parts: The central and peripheral nervous system.

Diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the brain ,spine, spinal cord, nerves, intracranial,and intraspinal vasculature.

They diagnose and treat behavioral and mental disorder caused by condition affecting the nerve system , such as head injuries ,epilepsy dementia or obsessive compulsive disorder.

It is a intensive care management of a patient with a life-threatening Neurological and Neurosurgical illness.

Neuro anesthesiology devotes to the care of people with the disease of the central nervous system (CNS) including the brain and the spine.

Minimally invasive procedure using advanced technology to treat complex neurological vascular lesions.

Deals with the diagnosis and management of neurological conditions in neonates, infants, children, and adolescents.

Help treat patients with the nervous system or neurological diseases. Rehabilitation aims to increase function, reduce debilitating symptoms, and improve a patient’s quality of life.

Equipment:

Neuronavigation is the most advanced machine used by neurosurgeons to simplify complex brain surgeries.

A technically advanced microscope is very useful in
surgeries on the brain and spine and can improve patient clinical outcomes
after surgery.

Common Disorders Treated at Nelson Hospital

Neuro Related Disease at Nelson Hospital

Neuro Navigation & Monitoring System

Neuronavigation is the set of computer-assisted technologies used by neurosurgeons to guide or “navigate” within the confines of the skull or vertebral column during surgery, and used by psychiatrists to accurately target rTMS (Trans cranial Magnetic Stimulation). Neuronavigation systems have become extensively used in the operative management of brain tumors and offer a number of advantages to the surgeon. Precise planning of the incision and craniotomy and the identification of small subcortical lesions are some of the principal benefits.

Neuro Surgical Microscope

Neuro microscope is a type of operating microscope especially adapted for surgeries involving the brain, spinal cord and spine. Equipped with a binocular head with adjustable eye pieces and foot controls to allow freedom of arm movement, it illuminates and magnifies the deeper parts of the operating field. An operating or surgical microscope is an optical instrument that provides the surgeon with a stereoscopic, high quality magnified and illuminated image of the small structures in the surgical area.

Neuro Related Disease

Headaches are one of the most common neurological disorders and can affect anyone at any age.

Dr. Milind Deaogaokar

MBBS MS, MCH

Dr. Sanjay Ramteke

MBBS,MD,DM(Neurology)

Dr. Sandeep Iratwar

MBBS,MS ,DNB , MBA(Hosp. Admin)

Dr. Jiwan Kinkar

MBBS,MD,PDDC,DM Neurology

Dr. Amarjeet Wagh

MBBS,DNB (Ped), Fellow in Neurology

Dr. Priyanka Ramteke

Dr. Shrikant K.Kalbagwar