The Centre for Neuro Science has been one of the most modern and comprehensive medical centres in the city. It is committed to addressing the physical, cognitive and emotional needs of those who come to us with diseases that affect the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous system.

Neurosurgery's multifaceted programs encompass removal of brain tumours, treatment for neurovascular diseases, functional disorders, pain, trauma and other complex conditions requiring surgical intervention.

Spine Centre offers comprehensive non-surgical and surgical treatment for the full spectrum of spinal disorders including degenerative conditions of the spine, such as cervical or lumbar spinal stenosis, cervical or lumbar disc herniation, and scoliosis or adult deformity of the spine. We have specific expertise in the management of spinal cord and spinal column tumours and also treat spinal trauma and injuries to the spine. Our approach to degenerative conditions of the spine includes minimally invasive surgery, traditional open and spinal fusion procedures, motion-preservation, disc arthroplastyand replacement, or dynamic stabilization of the spine.
Surgery is not recommended for all spinal conditions; it is only recommended when noninvasive measures have been tried and have failed. For example, surgery may be recommended for persistent back or neck pain. Surgery may also address conditions in which a nerve or the spinal cord is compressed and neurological function is compromised, or if the spine has become unstable due to disease.

Our surgical team offers the highest level of expertise in an array of sophisticated spinal procedures for the treatment of disk problems, stenosis, tumors, fractures, deformity, and instability. For example, our surgeons are highly trained in minimally invasive techniques including microsurgical and endovascular options, such as decompression lumbar laminectomy; microdiscectomy; embolization of spinal arteriovenous malformations or hypervascular tumors; vertebroplasty; and kyphoplasty.


Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Benefits of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery:

Lesser risk of post-surgery complications and infection
Shorter and more comfortable post-operative recovery in the comfort of one's         home
Better clinical outcomes; patients regain their functional abilities faster
Pre-existing medical conditions are not a contra-indication for undergoing
        Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery ensures quicker recovery and return to active         life
Stereotactic Brain Biopsy
tereotactic neurosurgery involves mapping the brain in a three dimensional coordinate system. With the help of MRI and CT scans and 3D computer workstations, neurosurgeons are able to accurately target any area of the brain in stereotactic space (3D coordinate system). Stereotactic brain biopsy is a minimally invasive procedure that uses this technology to obtain samples of brain tissue for diagnostic purposes.
This procedure is used by neurosurgeons to obtain tissue samples of areas within the brain that are suspicious for tumors or infections. The main indications for stereotactic biopsy are deep-seated lesions, multiple lesions, or lesions in a surgically poor candidate who cannot tolerate anesthesia.
Endoscopic Transsphenoidal Surgery

Transsphenoidal surgery is performed to remove tumors from the pituitary gland, sellar region, and sphenoid sinus of the skull. The surgeon approaches the pituitary through the nose. The surgery can be performed with a microscope or more commonly with an endoscope in a minimally invasive technique.
Surgery for all types of Brain Tumors is being done by Microscopic techniques.

Trauma Center
The mission of Krishna Hospital Trauma Center is to provide state-of-the art comprehensive trauma care services to acutely injured patients and those requiring specialized services. Objectives of the Trauma Center
To provide high standards of trauma care to the patients in accordance with international standards. This Trauma center will have full range of specialists (surgical and non-surgical) and equipment available 24 hours a day, and will be able to admit high volume of severely injured patients.

It will be a referral center for patients from neighboring regions who will require specialized trauma management and rehabilitation.