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162+ Hospital Beds
105+ ICU Beds
600+ Neuro Surgeries
Centre For Neurology Care at Fortis Hospitals

The Department of Neurosurgery at Fortis Hospital is providing comprehensive and cutting-edge neurosurgical care. Our highly skilled team of neurosurgeons and medical professionals is dedicated to diagnosing and treating disorders affecting the brain, spine, and nervous system. Whether you're seeking treatment for a neurological condition or exploring surgical options, you've come to the right place.


We believe in a collaborative approach to patient care. Our neurosurgeons work closely with other medical specialists, including neurologists, radiologists, oncologists, and physical therapists, to develop comprehensive treatment plans tailored to each patient's unique needs. Our neurosurgery center is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and advanced surgical tools to ensure the highest level of precision and safety during procedures. We prioritize patient comfort and safety throughout the treatment journey. Our commitment to patient well-being extends beyond the surgical procedure. We offer comprehensive follow-up care, including rehabilitation services, pain management, and long-term monitoring, to support our patients' recovery and ensure the best possible outcomes.

Why Choose Us

  • Advanced diagnostic tools and technology for accurate diagnosis and treatment planning.
  • Comprehensive range of services for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of neurological disor
  • Multidisciplinary approach involving collaboration with other medical specialties for integrated
  • Focus on personalized treatment plans tailored to individual patient needs.
  • Commitment to quality and safety in all aspects of neurology care.
  • Ongoing research and innovation to stay at the forefront of neurology advancements
  • 24 X 7 - Emergency Ready
  • Latest Test Equipment's Like Kenevo Microscope & Neuro Navigation System

Neurological Conditions & Disorders

Diseases and Treatment

  • Benefits
  • Headaches, Epilepsy, Stroke or Paralysis, Backache, Slipped Disc.
    Movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease.
    Paediatric neurologic disorders such as behavioural disorders.
    Botolinum toxin injection for spasticity, task specific dystonias, hemifacial spasm and torticollis.
    Benign and Malignant Brain Tumors
    Neuroendocrine Pituitary Disorder
    Developmental Paediatric brain disorders
    Brain Trauma
    Stroke
    Aneurysms and AVMs
    Spinal disorders
    Peripheral Nerve Disorder

  • Headaches, Epilepsy, Stroke or Paralysis, Backache, Slipped Disc. Movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. Paediatric neurologic disorders such as behavioral disorders. Botolinum toxin injection for spasticity, task specific dystonias, hemifacial spasm and torticollis. Benign and Malignant Brain Tumors Neuroendocrine Pituitary Disorder Developmental Paediatric brain disorders Brain Trauma Stroke Aneurysms and AVMs Spinal disorders Peripheral Nerve Disorder

  • Skull Base Surgery Endoscopic Neurosurgery Keyhole Approach Surgery Minimally Invasive Tailored Surgeries Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery Intraventricular surgery with ventriculostomy Neurovascular surgery

  • Spine Injury: A spinal cord injury (SCI) is damage to the bundle of nerves and nerve fibers that sends and receives signals from the brain. The spinal cord extends from the lower part of the brain down through the lower back

  • Epilepsy & Seizures: Epilepsy is a chronic brain disorder in which groups of nerve cells, or neurons, in the brain sometimes send the wrong signals and cause seizures.

  • Movement Disorders: We provide treatment for various movement disorders, including✅ Parkinson’s disease✅ Atypical parkinsonian disorders✅ Ataxia✅ Tic disorders✅ Functional movement disorders✅ Hunting

  • Deep Brain Stimulation: Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a treatment that involves an implanted device that delivers an electrical current directly to areas of your brain

Our Team of Experts

  • Dr. Sonal Gupta
    SENIOR DIRECTOR & HOD NEURO AND SPINE SURGERY
    Neurosurgery
  • Dr. Rakesh Kumar Dua
    SENIOR DIRECTOR & HOD NEURO AND SPINE SURGERY
    Neurosurgery
  • Dr. Jaideep Bansal
    SENIOR DIRECTOR & HOD NEUROLOGY
    Neurology
  • Dr. Rima Khanna
    ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR & UNIT HEAD NEUROLOGY
    Neurology
  • Dr. Harpreet Singh Mann
    DIRECTOR NEUROLOGY
    Neurology
  • Dr. Kameshwar Prasad
    PRINCIPAL DIRECTOR NEUROLOGY
    Neurology
  • Dr. Jaideep Bansal
    SENIOR DIRECTOR & HOD NEUROLOGY
    Neurology
  • Dr. Rahul Gupta -Neurosurgery
    CONSULTANT NEURO SURGERY
    Neurosurgery
  • Dr. Saurabh Yatish Bansal
    SENIOR CONSULTANT NEUROLOGY
    Neurology
  • Dr. Vikas Sharma
    ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR NEUROLOGY
    Neurology

Our patient’s stories

Wonderful experience with Fortis Hospital, Mulund. And Dr. Jayesh Sardhara (Neure & Spine Surgeon)was a wonderful surgeon, and the staff was always helpful and kind. They ensured I had a smooth prep, surgery, and follow-up. I am so glad I chos

Treated BY: Dr. Jayesh Sardhara
Fortis Hospital, Mulund, Mumbai

A heartfelt thank you to Dr. H.S. Mann for his exceptional treatment of my wife's neurological condition. His dedication and knowledge have made a significant impact on her health.

 

Treated BY: Dr. Harpreet Singh Mann
Fortis Hospital, Mohali

FAQs

  • What is the difference between a neurologist and a neurosurgeon?
    Neurologists and neurosurgeons are both medical specialists who deal with conditions of the nervous system, but their roles differ. Neurologists focus on the non-surgical diagnosis and management of neurological disorders, while neurosurgeons perform surgical interventions for conditions that require operative treatment.
  • When should I see a neurologist?
    You may consider seeing a neurologist if you experience symptoms such as persistent headaches, seizures, numbness or weakness in limbs, difficulty speaking or understanding, memory problems, dizziness, or any other neurological concerns. Your primary care physician can help determine if a referral to a neurologist is necessary.
  • What are the common neurological disorders?
    Neurological disorders encompass a wide range of conditions. Some common examples include migraines, epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, neuropathy, and spinal cord disorders. Neurologists specialize in diagnosing and managing these and many other neurological conditions.
  • What neurological conditions and disorders do you treat?
    we specialize in treating a wide range of neurological conditions and disorders. Some of the common conditions we treat include: Headaches, Epilepsy, Stroke or Paralysis, Backache and Slipped Disc, Movement disorders like Parkinson's disease, Paediatric neurologic disorders, including behavioural disorders, Botolinum toxin injection for spasticity, task-specific dystonias, hemifacial spasm, and torticollis, Benign and Malignant Brain Tumors, Neuroendocrine Pituitary Disorder, Developmental Paediatric brain disorders, Brain Trauma, Stroke, Aneurysms and AVMs, Spinal disorders, Peripheral Nerve Disorder
  • When should I consider seeing a neurologist?
    You should consider seeing a neurologist if you experience persistent or severe headaches, dizziness, numbness, tingling, memory problems, muscle weakness, or any other symptoms related to the nervous system
  • What is neurosurgery, and what conditions does it cover?
    Neurosurgery is a specialized branch of medicine that focuses on the surgical treatment of conditions affecting the nervous system. This includes disorders of the brain, spine, and nerves, such as brain tumors, spinal cord injuries, herniated discs, and other neurosurgical conditions.
  • What can I expect during my first neurosurgical consultation?
    During your initial consultation, the neurosurgeon will review your medical history, perform a physical examination, and discuss diagnostic tests if needed. They will explain your diagnosis, treatment options, potential risks, and answer any questions you may have.
  • How can I choose the right neurosurgeon?
    Selecting a qualified and experienced neurosurgeon is vital. Consider factors such as their credentials, expertise in specific neurosurgical areas, patient reviews, and hospital affiliations. Seeking recommendations from your primary care physician or trusted healthcare professionals can also be helpful.
  • Can neurological disorders affect mental health?
    Neurological disorders can often be associated with mental health challenges. Conditions such as epilepsy, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and neurodegenerative diseases can lead to emotional changes, depression, anxiety, cognitive impairment, or other mental health symptoms. It is important to address both the neurological and mental health aspects of these conditions.
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