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Doctor Profile

Dr. Sathish S

Additional Director, Neuro Surgery Fortis Hospital, Bannerghatta Road


OPD Schedule - +91 80 6621 4444

  • Tue

    10:00 AM - 01:00 PM

    02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

  • Thu

    10:00 AM - 01:00 PM

    02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

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Dr. Satish brings, additional director of neuro surgery department has a rich experience of over two decades as a practicing neurosurgeon and spine surgeon. He has an extensive experience and skill in dealing with a wide spectrum of neuro and spinal related problems and specializes in most modern techniques such as micro-neurosurgery, skull base surgery, craniofacial reconstruction surgery, minimally invasive surgery for correcting spine deformities and spinal instrumentation.

He has performed over 1,500 brain surgeries and 2,500 complex spine surgeries (microsurgery) and has his own innovative cost effective surgical methods for both spine & brain disorders.


Vertebroplasty, Spine Surgery; Dr.S. Satish ; Fortis Bangalore, India

After an extensive investigation, Fortis doctors diagnosed Mrs. Shear Banu's condition to be severe Osteoporosis of the spine resulting in collapse of one vertebra or spinal segment. This in turn caused spinal nerve compression and an excruciating back pain which would make it impossible for her to even turn in the bed. So our neurosurgeons performed a very minimally-invasive procedure called vertebroplasty through a mere needle, suture-less technique. Following the surgery, the very next day, Mrs. Shear Banu is now pain-free and can now perform her daily tasks on her own.