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Fortis Hospital, Noida

Fortis Hospital, Noida is a leading multi-specialty tertiary care hospital that has played a pivotal role in transforming medical healthcare infrastructure in the NCR region. It is one of the oldest & most trusted hospitals in Noida.
236 Bedded Hospital
12 OTs & 92 ICU Beds
24*7 Emergency facility
About The Department of Neurosurgery, Fortis Hospital, Noida

Why Choose Us

  • 11,000 neurosurgical procedures with a high success rate
  • Highly skilled and experienced neurosurgeons
  • Exceptional care and excellent surgical outcomes
  • Multidisciplinary approach
  • State-of-the-Art Facility

Medical Conditions Related To Neurosurgery

  • Treatment

Our Team of Experts

  • Dr. Rahul Gupta
Find us
Fortis Hospital, Noida
B-22, Sector 62, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Noida,
Uttar Pradesh 201301
98730 44627
Emergency No
0120 -2400444


  • 1. . What is neurosurgery?
    Neurosurgery is a specialized surgical discipline focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of disorders affecting the brain, spine, and nervous system. It involves surgical interventions to treat conditions such as brain tumours, spinal disorders, vascular abnormalities, functional disorders, and nerve injuries.
  • 2. When is neurosurgery recommended?
    Neurosurgery may be recommended when non-surgical treatments have not been effective or when the condition requires surgical intervention. Common reasons for neurosurgery include brain or spinal tumours, traumatic brain or spinal cord injuries, herniated discs, degenerative spine conditions, epilepsy, movement disorders, and vascular abnormalities.
  • 3. . What are the risks and complications associated with neurosurgery?
    As with any surgical procedure, there are risks and potential complications associated with neurosurgery. These can include infection, bleeding, blood clots, adverse reactions to anaesthesia, nerve damage, stroke, spinal fluid leakage, and complications specific to the area being treated. However, advancements in surgical techniques and technology have significantly reduced the risks.
  • 4. What is the recovery process after neurosurgery?
    Recovery after neurosurgery varies depending on the procedure and the patient. It may involve a hospital stay for monitoring, pain management, and rehabilitation. The recovery process often includes physical therapy, medication management, follow-up appointments, and lifestyle modifications. The neurosurgeon will provide specific post-operative instructions and guidance.
  • 5. How long does it take to recover from neurosurgery?
    The recovery time can vary significantly depending on the nature of the surgery, the patient's overall health, and the individual healing process. Some patients may experience a relatively quick recovery within a few weeks, while others may require several months for a full recovery. The neurosurgeon will provide a more accurate estimate based on the specific case.
  • 6. Will I experience pain after neurosurgery?
    Pain after neurosurgery is common, but it can be managed with appropriate pain medications. The neurosurgical team will work closely with you to ensure effective pain management during your recovery. It is important to communicate your pain levels and any concerns to the healthcare professionals overseeing your care.
  • 7. How successful are neurosurgical procedures?
    The success of neurosurgical procedures depends on various factors, including the specific condition being treated, the patient's overall health, and the expertise of the neurosurgeon. Many neurosurgical procedures have high success rates in providing symptom relief, improving quality of life, and achieving positive long-term outcomes. Your neurosurgeon can discuss the success rates and expectations specific to your condition.
  • 8. How can I prepare for neurosurgery?
    Preparing for neurosurgery involves following the instructions provided by your neurosurgeon. This may include stopping certain medications prior to the procedure, arranging for transportation to and from the hospital, fasting before the surgery, etc.
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