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Neurology & Neurosurgery Hospital in Mumbai

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FAQ

How safe is neurosurgery?

Neurosurgery is a safe therapy with better operative results and lower infection rates. Technical advancement in neurological operations as well and several inventions and innovations have shifted the focus from less mortality to less morbidity, thereby making this treatment very safe.

How are neurological disorders treated?

Neurological disorders can be treated with approaches, including physical therapy, medication, and surgery. The fact is, treatment or symptomatic relief for each condition is different. Fortis Hospital, Mulund neurologists and neurosurgeons have excellent experience treating all types of conditions that affect the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. The centre achieves clinical outcomes in neurological treatments, equal to those of leading institutions across the globe.

Why choose Fortis Hospital, Mulund, for neurosurgery?

With well-equipped operating rooms, Fortis Hospital, Mulund, has renowned neurosurgeons who have successfully performed several neurological surgical procedures for tumours, stroke, trauma, vascular disorders, infections of the brain or spine, degenerative diseases of the spine, congenital anomalies, etc.

What are the most common neurosurgery procedures?

Spinal surgeries for decompression and/or fusion are the most common neurosurgical procedures. In the brain, the most common surgeries are for brain tumours and blood clots.

What is neurosurgery?

Neurosurgery is the surgical care involving parts of the nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord, peripheral nerves. This includes a range of diseases and injuries of the brain, spinal cord and nerves like cerebral haemorrhages, spinal cord injuries, cerebrovascular conditions such as aneurysms and vascular malformations.

Why choose Fortis Hospital, Mulund, for stroke and epilepsy?

With world-class treatment facilities, Fortis Hospital, Mulund, provides 24-hour stroke management program. Our dedicated medical team of experts achieve favourable outcomes for reversing stroke damage in all cases of patients arriving within the golden hours. State-of-the-art technology, extensive medical and surgical treatment programs have made us a leader in the treatment and management of epilepsy.

Why Fortis Hospital, Mulund, is the best hospital for neurological conditions?

Fortis Hospital, Mulund, is not only has world-class infrastructure and most advanced medical technology, but it also has the best team of neurologists and neurosurgeons in the country who have vast experience in treating all types of neurological conditions, including stroke, paralysis, epilepsy, brain tumours, head and neck pain, spinal injury and spinal tumours, nerve tumours, Parkinson’s disease, mental retardation and behavioural disorders in kids, etc. The centre is also a pioneer in minimally invasive spine surgery.

Should you see a neurologist first or a neurosurgeon?

Generally, you will first see a neurologist, who will evaluate your symptoms and decide on a treatment plan. Your neurologist will refer you to a neurosurgeon if he/she thinks that you need surgery. Both of these specialists treat a wide range of neurological disorders and can work with your healthcare team to develop an appropriate treatment plan for you.

What are the common warning signs and symptoms of a neurological disorder?

Frequent or severe headaches
Sudden loss of vision (partial or complete)
Loss of feeling or tingling
Experiencing tremors
Lack of coordination
Poor memory
Muscle rigidity
Muscle spasms 
 

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