Brain Tumours

Brain tumours are classified as high, low or slow growing and can be life threatening as well if they are not treated on time. Chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgery are some of the most common treatments for brain tumour. The type of treatment is determined on various factors like the size, location and type of the tumour.

Deep Brain Stimulation

The Deep Brain stimulation is a procedure that is recommended for patients suffering with Tourette syndrome, Obsessive Compulsive disorder, Major depression, chronic pain and Parkinson’s disease. A neurostimulator is implanted so that electrical impulses can be delivered through the electrodes implanted on a target site of the brain.

Cerebrovascular diseases

A cerebrovascular disease is a term that that is used for the various medical conditions that affects the cerebral circulation and brain blood vessels. It also helps in the treatment and prevention of the deformities and damaged caused to the arteries that supply nutrients and oxygen to the brain. The treatment for such conditions can include surgery, lifestyle changes and medication based on the medical condition of the patient.

Skull Base Surgery

A minimally invasive but highly specialized surgical technique, the Skull base surgery is used for treating, diagnosing and evaluating cancerous or benign growth that are located at the base of the skill. It is also used for growths that are located in the spine’s upper vertebrae and the underside of the brain.

Brain abscess

Also known as Cerebral abscesses, brain abscess is a collection and inflammation of infected material that comes from a remote (kidney, heart, lung etc.) or local origin (infection of the temporal bone air cells, ear infection etc.). Treatments can range from medicines to a surgical procedure for draining out the abscess.


The treatment for Encephalopathy varies based on the severity and type of condition. It can range from medicines, nutritional supplements, diet changes and even organ replacing surgery or dialysis.