The Department of Neurosurgery, also known as Neurological surgery, is concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, surgical treatment, and recovery of diseases affecting every part of the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, central and peripheral nervous systems, and cerebrovascular system.
Brain surgery is a part of Neurosurgery for the surgical treatment of anomalies in the brain or its surrounding structures, such as tumours or aneurysms.
It's a life-saving operation that's carried out by professional neurosurgeons in a highly specialised environment in specific Operation theatres with advanced Neurosurgical equipments.
Adult and paediatric patients are also treated in the neurosurgical speciality. A neurological surgeon can also provide non-surgical treatment, depending on the nature of the injury or disease.
Neurologists and neurosurgeons at Aster Hospital have treated a wide range of brain and nervous system disorders and they work a s a team with specialised opinion and timely referrals.
Neurologists and neurosurgeons collaborate with a team of other physicians and subspecialists to assess the best care plan for your specific needs.
Many people come to Aster Hospital with complicated or rare Neurosurgical illness and were treated at par on international standards.
The following conditions are managed and treated at Aster Hospital. Aster Hospital's neurologists and neurosurgeons treat patients that have neurological problems or complications from other conditions in addition to the conditions mentioned below.
Acoustic neuroma/ Aneurysms/ Arteriovenous malformation/ Astrocytoma/ Balance problems/ Benign peripheral nerve tumour/ Brachial plexus injury/ Brain aneurysm/ Brain AVM (arteriovenous malformation)/ Brain lymphoma/ Brain metastases/ Brain tumour/ Cancer/ Carotid artery disease/ Carotid artery stenosis/ Carpal tunnel syndrome/ Cavernous malformations/ Central nervous system vascular malformations/ Cerebral palsy/ Cervical spinal stenosis/ Chiari malformation/ Chondrosarcoma/ Chordoma/ Cluster headache/ Craniopharyngioma/ Craniosynostosis/ Cushing syndrome/ Delayed sleep phase/ Dural arteriovenous fistulas/ Dystonia/ Ependymoma/ Epilepsy/ Essential tremor/ Esthesioneuroblastoma/ Gaucher disease/ Glioblastoma multiforme/ Glioma/ Head and neck cancers/ Hemifacial spasm/ Haemorrhage/ Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia/ Huntington's disease/ Hydrocephalus/ Hyperhidrosis/Intracranial haemorrhage/ Intracranial venous malformations/ Lumbar spinal stenosis/ Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumours/ Median arcuate ligament syndrome (MALS)/ Medulloblastoma/ Meningioma/ Metachromatic leukodystrophy/ Movement disorders/ Moyamoya disease/ Multiple endocrine neoplasias, type 1 (MEN 1)/ Multiple sclerosis/ Myoclonus/ Nasal and paranasal tumours/ Neurofibromatosis/ Oligodendroglioma/ Parkinson's disease/ Pediatric brain tumours/ Peripheral nerve injuries/ Peripheral nerve tumours/ Peripheral neuropathy/ Pituitary tumours/ Scoliosis/ Seizures/ Spina bifida/ Spinal arteriovenous malformation (AVM)/ Spinal cord injury/ Spinal cord lymphoma/ Spinal cord tumour/ Spinal stenosis/ Stroke /Subarachnoid haemorrhage/ Subdural haemorrhage/ Tourette syndrome/ Transient ischemic attack (TIA) /Trigeminal neuralgia Venous malformation / Vertebral tumour