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Neurology is the branch of medicine that deals with the study and treatment of nervous system problems. The nervous system is a sophisticated, complicated system that controls and directs physiological functions. A neurologist is a doctor who specialises in the treatment of nervous system disorders. Medicover Institute of Neurosciences is the integrated institute with a dedicated and highly qualified team of Neurologists, Neurosurgeons, and Neuro-Psychiatrists who ensure the best possible care for the patients supported by the latest technology. We strive to provide comprehensive and multidisciplinary care for disorders of the brain, spine, and nervous system.

Symptoms of nervous system disorders

  • Persistent or sudden onset of a headache
  • Partial or complete paralysis
  • Muscle weakness
  • Partial or complete loss of sensation
  • Seizures
  • Poor cognitive abilities

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Technology And Equipment

We are one of the leading hospitals with the most advanced technology and world-class facilities at our centres. We take pride in providing cutting-edge technologies to our patients for diagnosis and treatment.

  • Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Transcranial Doppler
  • Electroneuromyography (ENMG)
  • ICU Brain Monitoring System
  • Neuronavigation System
  • Surgical Microscope
  • Nerve Monitoring System
  • Neuromonitor- Intra Opt
  • Neuro microscope + ICG

Common Neurology Procedures

  •  Anterior Cervical Discectomy
  •  Craniotomy
  •  Laminectomy
  •  Lumbar Puncture
  •  Epilepsy Surgery
  •  Spinal Fusion

Complex Procedures at Medicover Hospitals

  •  Deep Brain Stimulation
  •  Minimal invasive surgeries
  •  Endoscopic skull base lesion
  •  Tumor surgeries under neuromonitoring
  •  Awake surgery for complicated tumors
  •  Vascular anomalies of brain & spine

Sub Specialities

Neuro Surgery

  •  Functional Surgery
  •  Minimal invasive brain & spine
  •  Endovascular surgical neurology
  •  Skull base surgery


  •  Epilepsy neurology
  •  Stroke movement disorder
  •  Muscle & peripheral neuropathy

Tests & Diagnostic Excellence

Laboratory screening tests
Genetic testing
Imaging techniques- MRI Scan, CT Scan, PET CT Scan
Electroencephalogram (EEG)

Common Neurology conditions

Headaches - Most common neurological disorder which affects anyone at any age.

Stroke - Critical neurological disorder that causes damage to the brain by interrupting its blood supply

Acute Spinal Cord Injury - It is caused due to traumatic injuries that bruises and partially or completely tear the spinal cord.

Parkinson's Disease - It's a brain disorder that leads to stiffness, shaking and difficulty while walking. The symptoms get worse over time.

Bell's Palsy - It's a sudden onset of facial muscle weakness or paralysis. Bell's Palsy starts quickly and gets worse over the next 48 hours.


Well equipped with the latest medical equipment, modern technology & infrastructure
Round-the-clock Neuro emergency services
Pioneers in neurological services with best neurosurgeons
Post-operative Health care
Backed with the state of art Neuro & Trauma ICU dealing with patients requiring acute Neurological care

Frequently Asked Questions:

Neurologists are specialized in the treatment of brain disorders, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles. They treat conditions like epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson's disease.

Some of the neurological symptoms are paralysis, muscle weakness, loss of sensation, seizures and pain.

If you have a sudden onset of severe headaches that are interfering with your daily activities, you should consult a neurologist.

A Neurologist will most likely ask you to undergo a physical assessment and a neurological evaluation during the initial consultation. Through a neurological test, the doctor will examine muscle strength, sensation, reflexes and coordination.

Neurologist provide primary medication and treatment for the physical symptoms and causes of brain disorders. Whereas, neuropsychologists treat the cognitive, mental and behavioural effects of brain disorders.

Symptoms of functional neurologic disorder might emerge unexpectedly after a traumatic incident, such as emotional or physical trauma. Changes or interruptions in how the brain functions at the structural, cellular or metabolic level could be a trigger for stress.

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