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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 Neurology, Fortis Hospital, Noida

Why Choose Us

  • WSO-Angles Diamond Status Award for Excellence in Stroke Care
  • 25+ Yrs of Experience
  • Experienced team of doctors
  • Multi-speciality departmental approach

Medical Conditions Related To Neurology

  • Treatment

Our Team of Experts

  • Dr. Jyoti Bala Sharma
  • Dr. Kapil Kumar Singhal
Find us
Fortis Hospital, Noida
B-22, Sector 62, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Noida,
Uttar Pradesh 201301
98730 44627
Emergency No
0120 -2400444


  • 1. Who is a Neurologist?
    A neurologist is a doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the nervous system, brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles.
  • 2. What kind of problems does a neurologist treat?
    The most common problems that neurologists treat include: Headaches, Migraine, Epilepsy, Stroke, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Sleep disorders, Stroke (Brain Attack), vertigo, Muscular Dystrophy, Acute Spinal Cord Injury, Head Injury, etc.
  • 3. What is Stroke?
    A stroke is Brain Attack. It occurs when the blood supply to a part of the brain is cut off. The neurons (Brain cells) are deprived of oxygen and begin to die. Some common symptoms of stroke include - Sudden weakness or numbness on one side of the body - Difficulty speaking or understanding speech - Sudden changes in vision or balance
  • 4. What is the best treatment for stroke?
    The treatment option may include medication to dissolve blood clots or surgery to repair damaged blood vessels. The treatment is available for dissolving the clot in Ischemic Stroke. This clot-dissolving treatment works only if started within 4.5 hours of onset of symptoms of the Stroke. The sooner treatment with clot-dissolving started, the better the chances of good recovery. If the clot-busting treatment does not work in case the clot is bigger in the artery. In this case, the clot can be directly retrieved by mechanical thrombectomy. Mechanical thrombectomy is done after angiography in Neuro Cath Lab by stent retrieval devices.
  • 5. How is Epilepsy treated?
    Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes recurrent seizures, which can range from mild to severe. Diagnosis of epilepsy involves a thorough medical history, physical exam, and diagnostic tests, such as electroencephalography (EEG) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans. Treatment options for epilepsy depend on the severity of the condition and the type of seizures involved. It is important for individuals with epilepsy to work closely with their healthcare providers to develop an individualized treatment plan, and to follow that plan consistently.
  • 6. How is Parkinson’s disease treated?
    Parkinson's disease is typically described as a recurrent shaking or trembling of the hands, arms, legs, or jaw. The tremors may be more obvious at rest and may worsen with stress or exhaustion. Treatment for Parkinson's disease may include medications to raise dopamine levels in the brain and in some cases, surgery may be required to implant a deep brain stimulation device to help regulate brain activity and reduce tremors and other symptoms.
  • 7. How is Dementia treated?
    Dementia is a general term used to describe a group of conditions that affect cognitive function and memory. The most common symptom of dementia is memory loss. Other symptoms of dementia may include confusion, difficulty with language and communication, changes in mood and behavior, and difficulty with daily activities. Treatment for Dementia includes medications to manage symptoms and improve cognitive function. In some cases, therapy and support services may also be helpful in managing the emotional and psychological impact of dementia.
  • 8. How is Multiple Sclerosis Treated?
    Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system, causing a wide range of symptoms like fatigue, numbness or tingling in the limbs or face, muscle weakness or spasms, difficulty walking or balancing, blurred vision or other vision problems, memory loss or difficulty concentrating, mood changes such as depression or anxiety. There are a variety of treatment options available to help manage symptoms and slow the progression of Multiple Sclerosis diseases, which include: medications, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, counselling, or support groups to address emotional and psychological challenges.
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