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You can live a normal life after brain surgery. At Lalmati multispeciality Hospital, you get the best neurosurgeons in Raipur with years of experience having successfully performed many neurosurgical procedures.
Our neurosurgeons are among the most experienced and distinguished in the city, with extensive training at some of the top institutions across India.They aim to perform safe surgery on the highest end technologies available today.
Increasing your chances of survival after an operation depends on taking good care of yourself immediately after the emergency. This is why neurologists at Lalmati Hospital in Raipur offer a neurosurgical ward within their medical facility.
It is here, on this ward, dedicated to single-specialty care, that the condition of the brain can be carefully monitored and resolved if necessary. It also helps that specialized equipment is available for making critical observations.
Neurosurgery is among the most exciting surgical specialties. Neuromuscular disease can affect any of these systems, leading to various disabilities and limited mobility.
Inevitably, these conditions cause significant pain and disability. While there are effective treatments available, neurosurgical procedures can provide long-term functional improvement and inspire lifelong passion.
Other types of disorders, such as cancer or viruses, are at least quickly comprehended, if not easily managed. A malfunctioning pancreas, problematic though it might be, doesn't strike to the heart of what it suggests to be human, as well as it will generally leave its victim intact as an individual.
Neuroendocrinology (OHSU Pituitary Center)
Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery
Division of Functional & Stereotactic Neurosurgery
Division of Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery
Quality Neurosurgery Clinic
Clinical Research Support
Academics and Residency
Conditions treated by neurosurgeons include
Head trauma (brain hemorrhages, skull fractures, etc.)
Spinal cord trauma
Cervical spinal stenosis and Lumbar spinal stenosis
Tumors of the spine, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves
Traumatic injuries of peripheral nerves
Intracerebral bleeding, such as subarachnoid hemorrhage, interdepartmental, and intracellular hemorrhages
Some forms of drug-resistant epilepsy
Intractable pain of cancer or trauma patients and cranial/peripheral nerve pain
Some forms of intractable psychiatric disorders
Vascular malformations (i.e., arteriovenous malformations, venous angiomas, cavernous angiomas, capillary telangiectasias) of the brain and spinal cord
Some forms of movement disorders (advanced Parkinson's disease, chorea) involve the use of specially developed minimally invasive stereotactic techniques (functional, stereotactic neurosurgery) such as ablative surgery and deep brain stimulation surgery.