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About Neuro Surgery
Neurosurgery at Fortis Hospital involves advanced surgical interventions for brain, spinal cord, and nervous system disorders. Our highly skilled neurosurgeons utilize state-of-the-art technology to perform precise procedures, including minimally invasive techniques. We emphasize a multidisciplinary approach, collaborating with experts from various specialties to develop personalized treatment plans. Patient safety is paramount, and our dedicated neurocritical care units ensure post-operative monitoring and rehabilitation. With a commitment to research and innovation, we strive to provide compassionate care, optimal outcomes, and improved quality of life for neurosurgical patients.

Why Choose Us

  • Highly skilled and experienced neurosurgeons specializing in complex procedures
  • State-of-the-art technology and advanced surgical techniques for precise and effective treatment
  • Comprehensive diagnostic and imaging services for accurate evaluation and planning
  • Multidisciplinary team approach, involving collaboration with other specialists for integrated care
  • Focus on personalized treatment plans tailored to individual patient needs
  • Emphasis on patient safety, quality outcomes, and post-operative rehabilitation
  • Dedicated neurocritical care units for specialized post-surgery monitoring and management
  • Extensive experience in handling a wide range of neurological conditions and complex cases
  • Patient-centered approach, providing compassionate care and support throughout the treatment journey

Our Team of Experts

  • Dr. Rana Patir
    DIRECTOR NEURO SURGERY
    Neurosurgery
  • Dr. SANDEEP VAISHYA
    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR & HOD NEURO SURGERY
    Neurosurgery
Find us
Sector-44, Opposite HUDA City Centre, Gurugram, Haryana 122002
0124-4962200, 7162200
Ambulance
105010

FAQs

  • What is neurosurgery?
    Neurosurgery is a specialized surgical field that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of conditions affecting the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves.
  • When is neurosurgery necessary?
    Neurosurgery may be necessary for various conditions, including brain tumors, spinal disorders, head or spinal cord injuries, neurovascular diseases (such as aneurysms or arteriovenous malformations), and neurodegenerative disorders (such as Parkinson's disease).
  • What are the risks and benefits of neurosurgery?
    Like any surgical procedure, neurosurgery carries certain risks, including infection, bleeding, and anesthesia-related complications. However, the potential benefits of neurosurgery can be significant, such as relieving pain, improving neurological function, and even saving lives in certain cases.
  • How long does it take to recover from neurosurgery?
    Recovery time varies depending on the type of procedure and individual factors. It can range from a few weeks to several months. Your neurosurgeon will provide you with specific post-operative instructions and a personalized recovery plan.
  • Will I experience pain after neurosurgery?
    Pain after neurosurgery is common, but it can be managed effectively with pain medications and other techniques. Your neurosurgeon will work closely with you to ensure your comfort during the recovery process.
  • Will I need rehabilitation after neurosurgery?
    Rehabilitation may be necessary after neurosurgery to help restore function and optimize recovery. This may include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, or other forms of specialized rehabilitation, depending on your individual needs.
  • How experienced is the neurosurgeon?
    It is important to choose a highly experienced and qualified neurosurgeon. Ask about the surgeon's training, expertise, and experience in performing the specific procedure you require. Trusting your care to a skilled neurosurgeon can greatly improve your chances of a successful outcome.
  • What alternatives to surgery are available?
    In some cases, non-surgical treatment options, such as medication, physical therapy, or lifestyle modifications, may be recommended as alternatives to surgery. Your neurosurgeon will evaluate your condition and discuss all appropriate treatment options with you.
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