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Dr. Sushil Kumar Shinde is the Consultant Neurosurgeon in Aurangabad at Carewell Superspeciality Hospital.
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We provide of all kinds neurosurgical procedures including surgeries for brain, spine and peripheral nerves (routine as well as emergencies).
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Dr. Sushilkumar Shinde-Spine & Neurosurgeon in Aurangabad
M.B.B.S., M.S., M.Ch (Neurosurgery)
Consultant Neurosurgeon & Spine Surgeon
Dr. Sushil Kumar Shinde is the Consultant Neurosurgeon in Aurangabad at Carewell Superspeciality Hospital. He completed his M.B.B.S from Government Medical College, Aurangabad & MS (General Surgery )from Government Medical College, Nagpur. He was All India Rank 1 in GGIPU , New Delhi Neurosurgery Entrance Examination and completed his M.Ch(Neurosurgery) from prestigious Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia hospital, New Delhi.He received Gold medal and Best neurosurgery student award at hands of Honorable Health Minister of India.
We provide of all kinds neurosurgical procedures including Brain Surgery, Spine Surgery, and peripheral nerves Surgery (routine as well as emergencies).
Carewell Neuro Spine Center offers comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, and surgical treatment of diseases of the brain.
Carewell Neuro Spine Center specializes in the comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of spine disease.
Dr. Shinde is a well trained brain and spine tumor surgeon, having been trained at the top-ranked Dr RML hospital Delhi.
Pediatric neurosurgery focuses on issues in the brain, spine or peripheral nerves that require surgery while these areas of the brain are still developing.
Vascular neurosurgery is a complex subspecialty that treats injuries related to haemorrhages or strokes in the brain or spinal cord.
Osteoporosis (low bone density) can predispose patients to compression fractures of the spine following even minor trauma.
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After surgery, you will most likely be exhausted for several weeks. You may also get headaches or difficulty concentrating. Surgery recovery can take from 4 to 8 weeks. After surgery, your cuts (incisions) may be uncomfortable for up to 5 days.
If you have problems with your brain and spine, spinal cord, or peripheral nerves, you may need to see a neurosurgeon. Blood clots, brain tumours, arteriovenous malformations, seizures, peripheral nerve tumours, and spinal diseases are among the most common conditions.
Vascular neurosurgical problems involve:
Narrowing of internal carotid artery
Typically, patients who are at risk of losing neurologic function have spine surgery. Patients experiencing upper/lower limb radicular discomfort or difficulties walking owing to neurogenic claudication may require surgery. If a patient’s nerve root or cord is compressed, surgery may be required. When medication fails, patients are offered a conservative trial, after which surgery is offered.
- Anterior Cervical Discectomy
- Chiari Decompression
- Lumbar Puncture
- Epilepsy SurgerySpinal Fusion
- Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt
Many patients with spinal issues can be treated without surgery. Prior to considering surgery, physical therapy, home exercises, medication, and, in some cases, spinal injections are often prescribed. If the condition still continues, surgery may be a viable choice.
For example, if a patient’s neurogenic pain in the extremities is severe and non-surgical treatment has failed, surgical intervention is the best option. If non-surgical treatment fails to relieve symptoms due to spinal cord or nerve root compression, such as substantial weakness in an arm, leg, or limb, doctors may recommend surgery.
If more conservative treatment methods fail and the pain is affecting your quality of life, a spine surgeon may recommend surgery. Symptoms of back pain, such as numbness in the arms and legs, are often relieved by surgery.
Below are some of the conditions that may warrant back surgery:
- A slipped disk that doesn’t correct itself
- Bone spurs or bone overgrowth in the spine
- Degenerative spinal problems, such as stenosis, that cause pain and weakness
- A broken or dislocated bone
- Spinal infection
- Spinal cord tumor
A skilled spine surgeon is committed to providing exceptional patient care and outcomes, and is prepared to learn new ideas and procedures while honing existing ones. A spine surgeon should also be a strong communicator who is prepared to spend time explaining why they are performing surgery and the treatment choices available.
A variety of disorders might lead to the need for spine surgery.
- Discectomy or Microdiscectomy: This operation removes a herniated intervertebral disc. As a result, the compressed nerve is relieved of pressure. A MISS procedure is a microdiscectomy.
- Laminectomy: The laminae, a thin bony plate on the back of the vertebra, is removed to expand spinal canal space and relieve pressure.
- Laminotomy: A part of the vertebral arch (lamina) covering the spinal cord is removed. In comparison to a laminectomy, a laminotomy removes less bone. Decompression operations include both laminectomy and laminectomy. Decompression usually refers to the removal of tissue that is compressing a spinal nerve.
- Foraminotomy: The removal of bone or tissue from the neuroforamen, the channel where nerve roots branch off the spinal cord and exit the spinal column.
- Disc replacement: Instead of fusing the bones together, the injured disc is replaced with an artificial one.
- Spinal fusion: Spinal fusion is a surgical procedure that joins two vertebrae together. Bone grafts with or without instrumentation may be used in spinal fusion (eg, rods, screws). Bone grafts come in a variety of forms, including your own bone (autograft) and bone from a donor.