Head Injury Awareness Day

Traumatic head injury is the leading cause of death and disability worldwide. Survivors of such injuries are often challenged by their physical limitations and can feel awkward in social environments. March 20th marks the observance of World Head Injury Awareness Day every year, where the focus is on the scope of mild and severe head

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Concussion: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment | Dr. Vishal Bhasme

Concussions are a type of traumatic brain injury that can affect your thinking, memory, and mood. They are most commonly caused by an impact to the head or a violent shaking. It accounts for about 60% of TBI (traumatic brain injury). Concussions don’t always cause loss of consciousness, but they do cause other symptoms such

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Brain Stroke: Symptoms & Prevention

In order to limit the brain damage stroke can cause, it is important that you are aware of the signs and symptoms of stroke so that you can take appropriate action quickly because in stroke “time is brain”. By doing so, you may be able to lessen your chances of experiencing neuronal damage or even

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How To Choose Right Spine Surgeon

Patients with neck and back pain are usually the first to see a doctor, typically their family doctor or a physician. However, many patients require the specialized treatment of a spine specialist, who is someone who has completed additional years of medical training in diagnosing and treating spinal disorders such as herniated discs, spine injuries,

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Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a type of brain injury that occurs after a sudden trauma to the head. The severity of brain injury depends on the force of impact and its location on the head. TBI can result from motor vehicle accidents, falls, sports injuries, and other causes. TBIs (Traumatic Brain Injuries) are

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Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative Disc Disease

What is degenerative disc disease? In a healthy back, The rubbery discs between the vertebra generally allow you to twist and bend the back. As a result of aging, our bones can be affected and the discs change and begin to wear down over a span. Sometimes the discs wear away completely over time, the

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Endoscopic Spine Surgery

Over the years, we have seen great advancement in spine surgery procedures including technology and equipment. Endoscopic Spine surgery (ESS) is at present the one illustration of how far we’ve come in the surgical treatment of our patients with back and neck pain. Today doctor utilize an endoscope during the surgical procedures to address the

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Spinal Fusion Surgery

Not all spinal problems need surgery, some problems, particularly those associated with spinal cord or nerve injury, commonly require fusion as part of the surgical treatment. The objective of lumbar (lower back) fusion surgery is to stop or prevent abnormal motion in between the vertebrae thus, relieve pain, numbness, tingling sensations, and weakness and restoring

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Spinal Disc Herniation Treatment (Spinal Disc Prolapse)

What is an intervertebral disc prolapse? An intervertebral disc is a cushion between the two vertebral bodies which acts as a shock absorber and gives flexibility to the vertebral column. It mainly consists of an outer fibrous structure called the annulus fibrosus and an inner gelatinous structure called nucleus pulposus. Any tear to the annular

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Spondylolisthesis Treatment

It is a type of spinal instability that cause pain in the lower back. This happens when one vertebrae, bone of your spine, slips over the below vertebra. Most of the time, non-surgical treatment can relieve your spondylolisthesis symptoms but if you have severe spondylolisthesis, surgery is the only option left, and the results are

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Tips to Protect your Lower Back & Spine during Exercise

It’s well-known that exercising improves endurance, strength and overall health. But what happens if these exercise, ends up damaging your own body or, specifically the muscles of your lower back or spine. Such injuries that result from exercise can result in lower back ache, neck pain, pulled muscles and, less often, the stress fracture. The

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What is Haemorrhagic Stroke: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

Haemorrhagic Stroke: An Overview A haemorrhagic stroke is a brain damage caused by bleeding into the brain due to rupture of the blood vessel. It is further divided into two types: 1) Intracerbral Haemorrhage (ICH) bleeding in the brain parenchyma. 2) Sub Arachnoid Haemorrhage (SAH) bleeding in the sub arachnoid space. These account for approximate

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Best Sleeping Position for a Healthy Spine

Are you experiencing lower back pain? You’re not alone. Most of the back pain is often brought on by stress or strain from bad posture, awkward sleeping positions, and other lifestyle habits. Maintaining an ideal posture is a straightforward and efficient method to keep your back and spine healthy and in good shape. A good

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Neck Pain: When You Should Consult a Neurosurgeon?

Neck pain is a very common symptom we see in our day to day practice. It can be caused by a variety of different conditions that require different levels of care. One reason may be because of the faulty sitting posture or due to injury. Cervical region being the most mobile part of our spine,

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Head Injury- When to Visit ER?

Head Injury is also referred to as Traumatic brain Injury (TBI). If you’re experiencing or have symptoms following the head injury and are searching for the top Brain Care Clinic in Pune, you are on the right track. Lopmudra Hospital is one of the most effective Brain Care clinics located on Pashan Sus road, Pune

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What is a neurosurgeon?

A neurosurgeon is a medical physician who diagnose and treat ailments that affect your nervous system, which comprises of brain, spinal cord and nerves. In spite of the suffix “surgeon”, they offer both nonsurgical and surgical treatments, according to the latest treatment guidelines. How do you define a neurosurgeon? A neurosurgeon is an educated medical

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Tips for Preventing Back and Neck Pain While Working From Home

In the present scenario, working from home is more common for a large chunk of the population. While working from home, people are very careless about their seating posture and ergonomics resulting into aches and discomforts of the back and neck, which they have never experienced prior at their workplace. To correct this poor posture

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Brain Tumor Surgery

Whenever we talk about brain tumor surgery, the patient and the relatives get frightened and become very uncomfortable, as for them it is a life threatening condition. But with time the brain tumor surgery has evolved significantly and the outcome is quiet promising. The person who do it is a neurosurgeon. He is a very

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Brain Tumors – Death on Diagnosis

What are brain tumors? A brain tumor is a mass or growth of abnormal cells in the brain. In India, every year 40.000- 50,000 patients are diagnosed with brain tumor. Of these 20 percent are children. What are the types of brain Tumors? There are many types of brain tumors. Some brain tumors are noncancerous

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Common neurological symptoms

Nervous system helps in regulating and coordinating complex body mechanisms and has been broadly classified into 1)      Central Nervous System: it is a processing unit and mainly consists of brain and spinal cord. 2)      Peripheral nervous system: all neural elements which include all peripheral and autonomic nerves, helps in transmission of the sensory information from

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Lower back pain: Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis

Lower back pain or LUMBAGO is one of the most common symptom we see in our day to day practice. Most of the patients don’t take it seriously and end up living a compromised life. As per the latest study, 75 -85 % of the population experience it at least once in their life. Of

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