Department of Neurology
The Department of Neurology is committed to integrating their exceptional medical expertise, technology and innovation to offer best in class treatments. The department has best neurologist in Bhopal, provides treatment for people with neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s, stroke, epilepsy, diagnosis and treatment of paralytic disorders, sleep disorders, multidisciplinary assessment and management of multiple sclerosis, and headaches.
The department is staffed leading panel of surgeons, doctors and nursing staff who offer cutting-edge diagnosis using the latest neuroimaging techniques.
Neurosciences is designed to provide the highest levels of professional expertise and leadership in all major disciplines of neurosciences through an integrated team of neurologists dedicated towards providing total patient care.
Neuron hospital bhopal are dedicated to delivering state-of-the-art care, for the full range of neurological diseases and disorders. Paediatric neurosciences service provides comprehensive neurological care for infants, children, and adolescents with a wide spectrum of neurological disorders.
Bansal Hospital bring together super specialists in the field of neurology Every piece of equipment represents the state-of-the-art in advanced medical imaging technology. From the finest and most advanced imaging equipment to the newest concepts in patient safety and comfort our neurosciences department is the best available care.
Bansal Hospital has the best neuro physician Dr. Ajit Verma, Dr. Prateek Sharma, Dr. Pankaj Singh are consulting in Department of Neurology and the best neurosurgeon Dr. Nitin Gar, Dr. Harshad Patil, Dr. Sumit Awasarmol consulting in Department of Neuro Surgery.
Established in year 2014 – we have grown to be one the best in central India. We are open throughout the year round the clock for managing all disorders concerning brain, spinal cord and nerves. We have also attained high success in emergency care of stroke (by intravenous thrombolysis).
Along with providing general diagnostic X-ray imaging, they offer you a full complement of imaging services.
Available Treatment and Facilities
Before seeing a neurologist, it is important to know your medical history, including any past illnesses, surgeries, or injuries. It is also important to know any medications you are currently taking and any allergies you may have. Additionally, it is helpful to have a list of symptoms you are experiencing and any questions you may have for the neurologist.
The most common neurological disorders include: 1. Alzheimer’s disease 2. Stroke 3. Parkinson’s disease 4. Multiple sclerosis 5. Epilepsy 6. Migraine 7. Huntington’s disease 8. Traumatic brain injury 9. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) 10. Peripheral neuropathy
What is the cause of my symptoms? -What tests do you recommend to diagnose my condition? -What treatments are available for my condition? -What lifestyle changes can I make to help manage my condition? -What are the potential risks and side effects of the treatments you recommend? -Are there any alternative treatments available? -How often should I follow up with you? -What resources can you provide to help me better understand my condition?
Neurologists are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating disorders of the nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. They use a variety of tests, including imaging techniques such as MRI, CT scans, and EEGs, to diagnose conditions like multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, and many others. Additionally, neurologists may perform physical exams and consult with patients on lifestyle modifications that can help manage symptoms.
A neurologist will typically begin by taking a detailed medical history and asking questions about the patient’s symptoms. They may then perform a physical examination to check for any signs of neurological problems, such as muscle weakness, reflex changes, or sensory changes. The neurologist may also order tests such as an MRI or CT scan to look for any structural abnormalities in the brain or spinal cord. Depending on the results of these tests, the neurologist may order additional tests such as an EEG or EMG