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Centre For Neurosciences

The Centre for Excellence in Neurosciences at Meitra Hospital offers treatments for highly complex neurological disorders by the best neurosurgeons in the country. The centre is a specialized facility providing the best multidisciplinary care for all complex neurological disorders of the brain and spine. With the best Neurologists, Neurosurgeons, Neuropsychiatrists, and Rehabilitation experts from across the country, Meitra offers comprehensive prevention, diagnosis and evaluation and treatment options for various neurological disorders such as stroke, epilepsy, brain aneurysms, and many more complex conditions. 

The advanced facility is well-equipped to cater to any brain, spinal cord, and nerve disorder with utmost precision and comprehensive care. We prescribe minimally invasive and conservative procedures wherever possible for neuro and spinal surgeries. The institute has dedicated clinics for efficient management of brain tumours, spinal disorders and surgeries, and acute traumatic episodes such as stroke, keeping up with strict patient safety protocols at prompt response.

Our Center is a premier facility with the latest medical devices and uses the latest technologies for accurate diagnoses such as PET imaging, high-resolution intraoperative CT scanner, and intraoperative EEG. Our Neurosciences team works closely with specialities in radiology, oncology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, orthopaedics, and other medical staff to deliver coordinated post-surgery care and rehabilitation seeing your total recovery.

Launch of Advanced Epilepsy Centre | Meitra Hospital | Center of Excellence of Neurosciences

Advanced Technology

With modern medical technologies, we are leading the way in intelligent and innovative medicine.

Somatom Perspective 128 Slice CT Scanner

Somatom Perspective 128 Slice CT Scanner

Rapid AI - Integrated Stroke & Emergency Pathway

Rapid AI - Integrated Stroke & Emergency Pathway

Stealth 8 Navigation

Stealth 8 Navigation

3T Scanner 3 Tesla MRI Magnetom – Skyra

3T Scanner 3 Tesla MRI Magnetom – Skyra

NATUS- Electrophysiological Monitoring

NATUS- Electrophysiological Monitoring

CUSA Tissue Ablation

CUSA Tissue Ablation

Hear It From Our Patient

Real people, real stories. Our patients share their experiences of their recovery journey.

Bilateral TKR / Dr.Sameer Ali - Meitra Hospital

Treated by : Dr. Sameer Ali Paravath

Spine Surgery Patient Testimonial

Treated by : Dr. Vinod V. Rajan

Sri Lankan Native Returns Home in Just a Week, After a Successful TAVR Procedure

Treated by : Dr. Ali Faizal, Dr. Asishkumar M

Successful Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement procedure | Meitra Hospital, Calicut

Treated by : Dr. Jayesh Bhaskaran

Successful TAVR Procedure Avoid Leg Amputation through Balloon Angioplasty | Meitra Hospital

Treated by : Dr. Asishkumar M

Meitra United Heart Centre: Comprehensive Cardiac Care in Kasaragod

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Health Tips

A well-informed patient recovers faster. Read on to know more about staying healthy and tips for a faster recovery.

Awake Craniotomy

Meitra Medical Team

World Stroke Day | Why Doctors Vouch for Neuro Interventional Procedures to Manage Stroke?

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Pranayama - for a Healthy Heart

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Frequently Asked Questions

How are neurological disorders treated?

Treatment or symptomatic relief is different for each condition. To find treatment options, neurologists will perform and interpret tests of the brain or nervous system. Treatment can help patients with neurological disorders maintain the best possible quality of life.

How long does brain surgery take?

This really depends on the type of brain surgery. A craniotomy, for example, typically takes around four to six hours. We can provide a time estimate before performing the surgery so that the waiting family knows what to expect.

What are the warning signs of a brain stroke?

Symptoms of stroke include trouble walking, speaking, and understanding, as well as paralysis or numbness of the face, arm, or leg.