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Neurology is a branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Neurologists or neurosurgeons use a variety of diagnostic tools, such as imaging studies and nerve conduction studies, to identify and manage conditions, such as epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Neurology treatment may include medication, lifestyle changes, and in some cases, surgical interventions.



Comprehensive Neurological Disorders Management includes

  • Acute stroke thrombolysis, post-stroke management, long-term stroke care and rehabilitation, are managed by a highly specialised and dedicated team.
  • Diagnosis and management of epilepsy
  • One of the best neuro emergency care for stroke, seizures, GBS myasthenia, coma, etc.
  • Expert opinion and management of diseases, such as headache, dementia, parkinsonism, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, etc.
  • Botox for movement disorders, spasticity, etc.
  • Expert surgeons are available for all types of neurosurgeries, ranging from minor to major including:
  • Tumour, vascular, endovascular, endoscopic, spinal tumour, etc.
  • Surgery for trigeminal neuralgia, and degenerative spinal diseases
  • Advanced management of head injury
  • Paediatric neurosurgery
  • Congenital brain and spine disorders treatment – Hydrocephalus Meningocele Stereotactic surgery.


Our Neurology Department is well equipped with following facilities to take care complex cases

  • Operation theatre with microscope equipment
  • Endoscope
  • CUSA
  • Neuro ICU facilities
  • Dedicated electrophysiology lab with EEG, NCS, EMG, RNS, and VEP
  • Comprehensive neuro rehabilitation and physiotherapy unit

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What are some common neurological disorders treated by neurologists?

Neurologists commonly treat a wide range of neurological disorders, including migraine headaches, epilepsy, neuropathy, movement disorders (such as Parkinson’s disease), multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, spinal cord disorders, and neuromuscular conditions like muscular dystrophy or myasthenia gravis.

How do I know if my symptoms require a neurology consultation?

If you experience symptoms such as frequent or severe headaches, unexplained dizziness or vertigo, chronic pain, memory problems, muscle weakness, coordination difficulties, or changes in vision or speech, it is advisable to seek a neurology consultation to evaluate and diagnose potential neurological conditions.

What is the difference between a migraine and a regular headache?

Migraines are a specific type of headache characterized by intense throbbing or pulsating pain, usually on one side of the head, accompanied by symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and sound, and visual disturbances. Unlike regular headaches, migraines can may require specific treatment approaches.

Can neurologists perform surgeries?

Neurologists primarily focus on the diagnosis and medical management of neurological disorders. However, there is a related field called neurosurgery, which involves surgical treatment of neurological conditions. If surgery is deemed necessary, a neurologist may refer you to a neurosurgeon who specializes in performing surgical procedures on the nervous system.

Is there anything I need to bring to my neurology appointment?

It’s helpful to bring any relevant medical records, previous test results, and a list of your current medications, including over-the-counter supplements or herbal remedies. Additionally, if you have been tracking your symptoms or have a diary of specific events, sharing that information with the neurologist can provide valuable insights for diagnosis and treatment planning.

What are the potential side effects of neurological medications?

Side effects of neurological medications can vary depending on the specific medication prescribed. Common side effects may include drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, changes in appetite, mood swings, or gastrointestinal disturbances. The neurologist will discuss potential side effects and how to manage them, as well as monitor your response to medication during follow-up appointments.

Can neurological conditions be managed without medication?

Depending on the specific neurological condition, some cases can be managed through lifestyle modifications, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or other non-medication approaches. The neurologist will assess your condition and recommend the most appropriate treatment plan, which may or may not involve medications, tailored to your individual needs.

What should I do if my symptoms worsen before my neurology appointment?

 If your symptoms worsen significantly or if you experience a sudden change in neurological function, it is important to seek immediate medical attention. Contact your neurologist’s office or go to the nearest emergency room to ensure prompt evaluation and appropriate care for your worsening symptoms

Can stress or anxiety cause neurological symptoms?

Yes, stress and anxiety can manifest as physical symptoms that may resemble neurological conditions. Conditions such as tension headaches, muscle tension, tremors, and even numbness or tingling sensations can be associated with stress or anxiety. It is important to discuss your symptoms with a neurologist to rule out any underlying neurological causes.

How long does it take to receive a diagnosis for a neurological condition?

The time to receive a diagnosis for a neurological condition can vary depending on various factors, including the complexity of the condition, the need for further testing or consultations, and the availability of specialists. It may take multiple visits, tests, and consultations to arrive at a definitive diagnosis. The neurologist will strive to provide an accurate diagnosis as efficiently as possible.

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