At Kothari Medical Centre, we provide treatment for a range of neurological conditions, including Head injuries, Cerebrovascular Accidents, Spinal cord injuries, and Brain tumours. We work together with other experts like Neurosurgeons, Neurologists, Neuro-radiologists, and Physio-therapists to ensure that our patients receive full treatment throughout their rehabilitation.
Our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment ensure that our neurosurgeons have access to the most cutting-edge equipment and resources to perform difficult surgeries with accuracy and precision. Additionally, we give our patients access to counselling, pain management, and rehabilitation services they need while they are receiving treatment.
Why choose us?
- The department caters to all cases of head injuries either alone or in association with Polytrauma
- Round-the-clock in-house CT Scan facility, M.R.I. clubbed with good orthopaedic back-up and a well-equipped ITU
- The center provides cutting-edge care in neurology, neurosurgery and interventional neuroradiology
The Packages of Convenience
If you have symptoms like excruciating headaches, neck or back pain, limb weakness or numbness, trouble balancing or walking, seizures, or abnormalities in vision or hearing, you may need to see a neurosurgeon. Your doctor can recommend a neurosurgeon if you have a problem that affects the neurological system for additional assessment and treatment.
The neurosurgeon will evaluate your medical history, do a physical examination, and prescribe any imaging scans or tests required to assist diagnose your issue during a neurosurgical consultation. They will clarify your diagnosis, go over available treatments, and address any queries you may have. You might need surgery or other treatments including medicine or physical therapy, depending on your situation.
Numerous brain tumours can be treated primarily through neurosurgery. The method, however, is dependent on a number of variables, including the kind, size, location, and grade of the tumour. For the best care of some tumours, a combination of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or other focused therapies may be necessary.
Neurosurgery carries some inherent hazards, such as the potential for bleeding, infection, and post-anesthesia problems. The particular hazards vary based on the type of surgery and your own health situation. In order to help you choose your course of treatment, your neurosurgeon will go over the advantages and disadvantages of surgery
Your neurosurgeon will provide you with detailed advice on how to get ready for neurosurgery depending on your particular requirements. Prior to surgery, you might need to stop taking a few medications or dietary supplements, refrain from eating or drinking, and make plans for transportation and aftercare. To guarantee a successful procedure and a speedy recovery, it’s critical to strictly adhere to all preoperative instructions.
The medical staff and your neurosurgeon will give you thorough preparatory instructions. You might fast before surgery, cease taking some medications, and let the medical staff know if you have any sensitivities or conditions.