• Excellence in neurosciences award 2012

  • Dr. Paresh Doshi performing DBS

  • 6 yrs old after hemispherotomy (Epilepsy surgery)

  • Cervical rhizotomy ( Pre & Postop)

Welcome to Neurological Surgery

Neurologicalsurgery.in is a website of Functional Neurosurgical program under the guidance of Dr. Paresh Doshi. It involves surgical treatment of movement disorders like Parkinson’s disease and tremors by either deep brain stimulation or a lesion; surgery for intractble epilepsy, spasticity surgery including intrathecal baclofen pump (ITB therapy), psychiatric disorders surgery for obsessive compulsive disorder, depression etc and management of chronic pain. Latest techniques in stereotactic surgery and intraoperative neurophysiology are used to accomplish this.

Around 3 million people in India will be suffering from Parkinson’s disease. Surgery for Parkinson’s disease in the form of deep brain stimulation surgery has been found to be very effective.

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Temporal lobectomy has been found to be the most rewarding epilepsy surgery. About 25-30% of refractory epileptics may benefit from surgical intervention.

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Radiofrequency thermocoagulation (RFTC) is a 1 day procedure for treating severe pain of trigeminal neuralgia. A needle is passed through the angle of mouth under local anaesthesia.

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Resistant Obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD) can now be offered surgical treatment. Deep brain stimulation surgery or bilateral anterior capsulotomy can offer a lasting relief for this condition.

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Dr. Paresh. K. Doshi

Dr. Paresh. K. Doshi is the Pioneering Stereotactic and Functional neurosurgeon, who has introduced Deep Brain stimulation surgery in India. He has been credited with several innovative surgical procedures, performed for the first time in India..

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Testimonials

“Everything is going very well. I started working 3 weeks ago, its gone well. I am getting into the routine of it now and it is a lot easier now, compared to when i was unwell. Its good being able to work and to be able to support myself.”

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