• Brain and Spine Care, Wockhardt Hospital

Brain & Spine Care

The brain and spinal cord together form the central nervous system. This complex system is part of everything we do. It controls the things we choose to do, Thus a small disorder can be of grave danger to one's life. Neurosurgery is considered the special realm of some of the world's most respected surgeons. The surgeons of Wockhardt Hospital practice cutting-edge state-of-the-art neurosurgery with a vast experience in brain and spine disorders. Rivaling top hospitals in India, our expertise facilitates the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of neurosurgical problems. Wockhardt Hospital offers complete spectrum of specialties for brain, spine and musculoskeletal care. From non-surgical treatment with to complex brain and spinal surgeries through neurosurgery and the committed therapists at Wockhardt Hospital, we're committed to improving our patients overall quality of life.

The Department of Neurosurgery comprises a team of highly trained specialists, nurse clinicians, physical and occupational therapists who are all equipped to provide patients with care in the field of neurosurgery. Our highly trained specialists offer extensive expertise in areas such as treatment of brain tumors, neurovascular disorders, spine disorders and head injury.

We have achieved status of one of India's finest Neurosurgery centers and we aim to establish international reputation for clinical excellence.

Speciality Areas
  • Endoscopic Brain Surgery

    Surgery for skull base tumours results in a cure for many patients. For most of these patients, traditional open craniofacial surgery is the safest approach with the best chance of success. In recent years, however, endoscopy-assisted surgery, which leaves no visible scars, has been found to be effective for the resection of some skull base tumours. During...

     

  • Brain Cancer Surgery

    Surgical intervention is the primary treatment for brain cancers (tumours). Such procedures are intricate and need specialised techniques to remove the tumours without causing severe damage. Many benign (non-cancerous) tumours are treated only by surgery. Most malignant (cancerous) tumours usually look quite different from benign tumours. Apart from surgical...

     

  • Endoscopic Spine Surgery

    Endoscopic Spine Surgery is a type of state-of-the-art surgery that uses small tubular system or micro incisions, assisted with an endoscope or microscope. This type of surgery provides patients with quicker recovery and less pain than traditional spine surgery. It preserves normal spine mobility because the spine is not fused with screws and rods. With...

     

  • Back Pain Treatment

    Almost everyone will experience back pain at some point in their lives. This pain can vary from mild to severe. It can be short-lived or long-lasting. However it happens, back pain can make many everyday activities difficult to do. Back pain is different from one person to the next. The pain can have a slow onset or come on suddenly. The pain may be...

     

  • Neck Surgery

    Neck pain may be caused by disc degeneration, narrowing of the spinal canal, arthritis, and, in rare cases, cancer or meningitis. There are times when surgery is the best option for treating the medical condition responsible for the neck pain. When thinking about surgery, patient and doctor should consider patients activity level, symptoms (pain, instability,...

     

  • Brain Surgery

    Brain surgery is an operation to treat problems in the brain and surrounding structures. Brain surgery may be necessary for patients with a range of neurological ailments. Two of the most common reasons patients require brain surgery are brain tumours and brain trauma. The surgeon makes a surgical cut through the scalp. The location of this cut depends on...

     

  • Spine Surgery

    Spine surgery is traditionally done as "open surgery," meaning the area being operated on is opened with a long incision to allow the surgeon to view and access the anatomy. In recent years, however, technological advances have allowed more spine conditions to be treated with a minimally invasive surgical technique. We are dedicated to helping people of all...

     

  • Cervical or Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Treatment

    Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal, which places pressure on the spinal cord. If the stenosis is located on the lower part of the spinal cord it is lumbar spinal stenosis. Stenosis in the upper part of the spinal cord is cervical spinal stenosis. While spinal stenosis can be found in any part of the spine, the lumbar and cervical areas are the...

     

  • Non-Surgical Neurological Treatment

    Most patients with neurological disorders are first examined by neurologist who has specialized training in the diagnosis and non-surgical treatment of a wide variety of diseases affecting the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles. Testing performed in Neurology evaluates the functional aspects of the peripheral and central nervous system to aid in the...

     

  • Aneurysm Surgery

    Aneurysm repair is a surgical procedure to correct an aneurysm, a weak area in a blood vessel wall that causes the blood vessel to bulge or balloon out and sometimes burst (rupture). It may cause: ...

     

  • Laminectomy Surgery

    Lamina is part of the bone that makes up a vertebra in the spine. Laminectomy is surgery to remove the lamina. Laminectomy is also performed to remove bone spurs in the spine. The procedure helps to reduce the pressure off the spinal nerves or spinal cord. Laminar spurs exerts pressure on the spinal nerves leading to painful legs, weakness or heaviness in...

     

  • Brain Tumor Treatment

    Brain tumors are abnormal growth or cancers within the brain. Earlier having a brain tumor meant awaiting certain death. These days with advancement of therapy for brain tumors many can look forward to longer life spans with the diagnosis of brain tumors.Treatment for brain tumors includes surgery (minimally invasive), chemotherapy with anticancer drugs and...

     

  • Lumbar Decompression Surgery

    Lumbar decompression surgery is a type of spinal surgery performed to treat some conditions affecting the lower back (lumbar spine) that haven't responded to other treatments. The main aim of this type of surgery is to improve problems affecting the legs, such as persistent pain and numbness, caused by pressure on the nerves in the spine. Lumbar decompression...

     

  • Microdiscectomy Spine Surgery

    Microdiscectomy, also called Microlumbar Discectomy (MLD), is performed for patients with a painful lumbar herniated disc. Microdiscectomy is a very common, if not the most common, surgery performed by spine surgeons. The operation consists of...

     

  • Lumbar Fusion Surgery

    Lumbar fusion (Arthrodesis) is a major surgery performed to permanently join together two or more bones in the spine so there is no movement between them. These bones are called vertebrae. A lumbar fusion surgery is designed to stop the motion at a painful vertebral segment, which in turn should decrease pain generated from the joint. There are many approaches...

     

  • Stereotactic Brain Surgery

    A stereotactic brain surgery is a surgical procedure where lesion, frequently a brain tumour, is removed with assistance of image guidance, that is previously obtained images (usually an MRI) are used to guide the surgeon to the exact location of the lesion to facilitate as accurate a pathway through the brain and safe removal of as much abnormal tissue as...

     

  • Cranioplasty and Craniotomy Surgery

    A cranioplasty is performed to correct a deformity or defect of the skull. The deformity/defect could be congenital, as a result of trauma or acquired for example after a previous surgery involving the skull. A craniotomy is the most commonly performed surgery for brain tumour removal. It also may be done to remove a blood clot (hematoma), to control...

     

  • AVM Surgery

    An Arterio-Venous Malformations (AVM) is a tangle of abnormal and poorly formed blood vessels (arteries and veins), with an innate propensity to bleed. An AVM can occur anywhere in the body, but brain and spinal AVMs present substantial risks when they bleed. Because the brain and its blood vessels are formed together during embryological development, abnormal...

     

  • Spinal Cord Injury Treatment

    Spinal cord is a bundle of nerves that runs down the middle of the back. It carries signals back and forth between the body and the brain. A spinal cord injury disrupts the signals. Spinal cord injuries usually begin with a blow that fractures or dislocates the vertebrae, the bone disks that make up the spine. A spinal cord injury (SCI) is damage to part of...

     

Doctors
X

Confirm Your Stage

Are you Planing your Pregnancy?  Yes  No 
Are you Pregnant?  Yes  No 
Planning to change your Gynecologist?  Yes  No 
Thank You for submit the details.
Bed CategoryCost
Single121200
Twin107800
Multi bed98700
Bed CategoryCost
Single180200
Twin155900
Multi bed139600