Yashoda Institute of Neuroscience
Yashoda Institute of Neuroscience is a regional pioneer of neurosciences – neurology and neurosurgery in Telangana and Andrapradesh. We are committed to pursue comprehensive medical services in diagnosis, therapy, invasive and noninvasive procedures, rehabilitation, and ongoing care for patients with neurological conditions.
We at Yashoda Hospitals aim to deliver scientifically sound and skillful neurological care. Our competent team of neurologists have the prowess to diagnose and treat more than 1100 neurological diseases.
Over the decades, the institute has achieved expertise and excellence in addressing patients with neurological problems involving the head, spine, cerebrovascular system and peripheral nerves.
Yashoda Institute of Neuroscience is synonymous to experienced neurologists and specialized neurosurgeons backed by the latest medical technologies. Our strength lies in the medical advances – robotics, computational neuroscience, neuroimaging, genomics and molecular biology. We are proud to announce ourselves to be at the forefront of neurological care:
First in south India to have the 3T intra-operative MRI
First to introduce Intra-arterial Thrombolytic Therapy for Acute Ischemic Stroke
Yashoda Institute of Neuroscience is adequately equipped with latest instrumentation and infrastructure for diagnosis, invasive and noninvasive treatment, rehabilitation, neuro-critical and general patient care.
NeuroIntensive care – Dedicated critical care unit offers best ventilation, quarantine and life support for patients with neuro-trauma and patients around surgery.
- Online monitors,
- ICP monitors,
- Central oxygen & suction
Neuro-Diagnostics – Our neurologists and neuro-consultants can hardly go wrong with the acquisition of –
- Codman Parenchymal ICP monitor system for Neurotrauma Monitoring
- Dual Source CT Scan,
- 5 Tesla MRI,
- Carotid Doppler,
- Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA),
- Electroencephalography (EEG),
- System for Electromyography (EMG), Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) and Evoked Responses (EP) facility.
Neurosurgery – Our neurosurgeons and their team are well equipped with the latest in technology surgical aids and equipment.
- Medtronic and Stryker Drill systems,
- Stealth S7 Neuronavigation System for Cranial and Spine,
- Medtronics NIM intraoperative Neuromonitoring System,
- Medtronics Metr-x Tubular Retractor System for minimally invasive spine surgery
- Carl Zeiss OPMI Pentero Surgical Microscope,
- Carl Zeiss Vario Surgical Microscope
- Soring Sonoca CUSA
- Karl Storz Endoscopy System
- Neuro imaging – interventional radiology
- 3 Tesla intra-operative MRI
Neurological rehabilitation – Neurological rehabilitation unit provides essential care for patients while they recover from neurological illness, cerebrovascular events (stroke, embolism, aneurysm), trauma, invasive procedures and surgery. Our facilities include systems for weight suspension, brain exercises, gait evaluation, physiotherapy, cognitive and communication training.
Patient Testimonials For Neuroscience
Mr. Mohammed Adam, from Sudan who was suffering from long term back pain and
Pituitary Tumor is removed successfully using Endoscopic Neurosurgery by best
Trigeminal Neuralgia was treated using Radiofrequency Ablation by best
Severe Headache due to Internal Bleeding cured by Intracranial Surgery by best
Extruded Disc was treated successfully using Microdiscectomy Surgery by best
My Prolapsed Disc was treated by performing Microdiscectomy Surgery by best
My Disc Extrusion was treated successfully by performing Spine Surgery by best
Health Blogs for Neuroscience
What is the most aggressive form of glioma? Is there a complete cure?
Dec 05, 2018 16:04
Glioblastoma is the most aggressive and deadly type of glioma (even brain cancer) that accounts for up to 45% of malignant brain tumors. Treatment for glioma is ever evolving with newer techniques and technologies and customized individual plan including surgery, chemotherapy, stereotactic radiosurgery (radiotherapy), targeted therapy and combination therapies.
Nov 15, 2018 15:01
Trigeminal Neuralgia or Tic Douloureux is the condition where patients experience severe pain along one or more divisions of the Trigeminal Nerve (V nerve). This is not an uncommon disorder but patients often present after multiple consultations for dental disorders or Herpetic Neuralgia or even Migraine. It is therefore important to identify and treat this disease
అల్జీమర్స్ వ్యాధి గురించి అపోహలు, అనుమానాలు మరియు విలువైన సమాచారం
Nov 09, 2018 17:40
ప్రముఖ క్రిమినల్ లాయర్ చక్రపాణి (పేరు మార్చాం) చరిత్రాత్మక తీర్పులతో సహా న్యాయశాస్త్ర రంగానికి చెందిన అనేక పరిణామాలను పొల్లుపోకుండా చెప్పటానికి పేరుపొందారు. అటువంటి వ్యక్తి ఇటీవలి కాలంలో చిన్నచిన్న సంఘటనలు కూడా మరచిపోతున్నారు. గడిచిన డిసెంబర్ నెలలో 75 పుట్టిన రోజున బంధుమిత్రుల సమక్షంలో బర్త్ డే కేకును కట్ చేసి స్వయంగా ముక్కలు పంచిన వ్యక్తి డిన్నర్ చేస్తూ మన ఇంటికి ఇంతమంది ఎందుకువచ్చారని ప్రశ్నించారు.
Alzheimer’s disease: Is it always hereditary? Is there a cure?
Oct 12, 2018 18:32
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease that affects the self-reliance and quality of life of the patient. Neurologists and scientists are trying to better understand the course of the disease and looking for a cure. Patients and caregivers should be aware of the manifestations of the disease and take necessary preventive and supportive measures to delay the progress and manage the symptoms well.
పార్కిన్సన్స్ మరియు వణుకుడు వ్యాధికి ఆధునిక శస్త్ర చికిత్సలతో వైద్యసేవలు
Oct 12, 2018 17:33
పార్కిన్సన్స్ నరాలకు సంబంధించిన వ్యాధి. మెదడులో డొపమైన్ అనే రసాయనాన్ని ఉత్పత్తి చేసే నాడీ కణాలు దెబ్బదినటం, క్షీణించటం కారణంగా ఏర్పడుతుంది. డోపమైన్ మెదడులోని వివిధ భాగాల నుండి శరీరంలోని నాడీ వ్యవస్థకు మధ్య సమాచార మార్పిడి(కమ్యూనికేషన్)కి తోడ్పడే కీలకమైన రసాయనం. దీనిని తయారుచేసే కణాలు క్షీణించటం వల్ల మెదడు దేహంలోని అవయవాలను అదుపుచేయగల సామర్థ్యాన్ని కోల్పోతుంది.
Brain surgery using intraoperative MRI: How does Intraoperative MRI help in neurosurgery?
Sep 18, 2018 18:41
MRI scanning before and during the surgery enables proper planning and direction during surgery. Technological advances in the field of neurosurgery have allowed high-field systems and sophistication of 3T MRI to be well integrated with the dedicated surgical suite.
Facet Joint Arthropathy – What is it and how is it treated?
Aug 31, 2018 11:00
Facet joint arthropathy also known as facet joint arthrosis, facet joint osteoarthritis is the damage to facet joints that hold spinal vertebrae. There are several treatment options such as prescription medicines, nerve radiofrequency ablation, and spinal fusion surgery.
Acoustic Neuroma – Important Things To Know About
Jul 20, 2018 18:12
Acoustic neuromas are slow-growing, non-cancerous (benign) tumor of acoustic nerve found behind the ear, directly under the brain. The word acoustic neuroma means “neuroma” or tumor of the nerve of hearing i.e “acoustic” nerve. Acoustic neuromas are also known by the name Vestibular Schwannomas.
Pituitary Gland Tumors – Important Things To Know About
Jul 04, 2018 18:08
More than 1 million cases of pituitary adenomas are reported in India every year. Although early diagnosis is difficult in many cases, unlike before, pituitary gland tumors are now treatable with medicines and advanced technologies such as stereotactic radiosurgery and endoscopic surgeries
How a brain stem tumor in a child was surgically removed, when neurosurgeons think its impossible
May 26, 2018 14:01
Image guidance and neuronavigation offer improved outcomes in neurosurgery for tumor. This is a story of a young boy who was diagnosed with a tumor in brainstem.
Advances in Treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia – The Suicide Disease
Apr 20, 2018 11:37
Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic pain experienced as sudden and severe episodes of stabbing or shock-like pain in the face. Learn more about how medical and surgical advances offer relief from facial pain and pain anxiety.
Advanced Radiosurgery to treat brain tumors without opening the skull
Apr 12, 2018 15:38
Stereotactic radiosurgery enables non-invasive and bloodless approach in treating brain tumor. Dr. Ravi Suman Reddy, neurosurgeon, Yashoda Hospitals, explains stereotactic radiosurgery as an advancing technique in the treatment of benign brain tumors, vascular and nerve disorders of spine and brain.
Facts about iMRI aided surgeries for brain tumour and diseases
Apr 06, 2018 16:40
Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (iMRI) is one of the latest and cutting edge technology in neurosurgery. Magnified image and minute detailing of the brain help the neurosurgeon in easy visualization, enabling complete removal of brain anomalies, superior outcomes and faster recovery.
Deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease
Mar 24, 2018 13:22
Deep brain stimulation surgery is a recent innovation that is indicated for Parkinson’s symptoms responsive to medicines. DBS improves moderate disability in patients who are cognitively intact. Patients who experience "on-off medication" states or dyskinesias are good candidates for DBS surgery.
Understanding brain tumours
Mar 21, 2018 17:24
Today, as brain tumors are on the rise, it is essential to understand what they are and how they can affect the human body. But there are other risk factors like a small number of cases have been documented in medical history where there are families that have several members with brain tumours. But this number is very less. What exactly causes a brain tumour in some patients and not in others is still being studied.
Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Nov 21, 2016 08:43
Autism is the developmental disability found in children. Autism or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a condition in which the child’s ability to communicate and interact is impaired. Spectrum in autism spectrum disorder refers to wide range of symptoms and severity. Availing treatment at the early stage of autism is considered very helpful for the […]
Nov 09, 2016 09:53
Brain abscess (pus-filled swelling in the brain) is a rare and life threatening condition Brain abscess is caused due to bacterial infection in the brain. The infection in the brain may be due to infections in other parts of the body viz. ear, nose, tooth, heart, lungs and brain. Majorly, the heart and lung infections […]
Here’s how you can manage epilepsy and its symptoms
Oct 27, 2016 09:12
Epilepsy is a neurological disease characterized by seizures. Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain or central nervous system. It is characterized by seizures, unusual behaviour, sensations and loss of consciousness. Appropriate tests and diagnosis may be required if one has two or more seizures. Seizures during driving or swimming may prove to be fatal. […]
Aug 02, 2016 09:20
Managing piriformis syndrome requires a comprehensive approach When the piriformis muscle compresses the sciatic nerve there is the condition of piriformis syndrome. The piriformis muscle is located on top of the hip joint and facilitates in lower body movement. This muscle also stabilizes your hip joint, lifts and rotates the thigh. While you are walking, […]
Cerebral atrophy is a common feature of many of the diseases that affect the brain
Apr 30, 2016 04:12
Cerebral atrophy is a condition where there is loss of brain cells. Loss of brain cells may happen for the entire brain or part of it. Cerebral atrophy is evident as decrease in brain mass, and loss of neurological function. Cerebral atrophy may cause seizures, dementia, and difficulty in speaking and comprehending language. CAUSES There […]
Brain injury or traumatic brain injury
Apr 21, 2016 05:48
Traumatic brain injury happens when a bump, blow, jolt, or other head injury causes damage to the brain. Brain injury or traumatic brain injury is caused by brain dysfunction following an external force or violent blow. Brain injury may also occur when a foreign object penetrates the skull. The skull is damaged with something like […]
Multiple sclerosis: A debilitating disease of the nerve
Apr 09, 2016 09:02
Multiple sclerosis is a disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord. The myelin or protective cover of the nerves is affected, resulting in communication problems between brain and the rest of the body. Multiple sclerosis may result in permanent nerve damage affecting the movement of the aggrieved. In the severest condition, the patients of […]
Dural Arteriovenous Fistula
Mar 31, 2016 09:02
A condition of abnormal passageways between arteries and veins Dural arteriovenous fistulas (DAVF) refers to abnormal passageways between arteries and veins (arteriovenous fistulas), which usually occurs in the brain and the spinal cord areas. As understood, the arteries bring oxygenated blood, and veins carry deoxygenated blood. However, when blood vessels in the brain and spinal […]
Brain Aneurysm: An impending risk for stroke and bleeding in brain
Mar 24, 2016 05:04
Brain aneurysm is a condition of the blood vessels in the brain. It appears as though berries are hanging on the stem. Brain aneurysm may lead to rapture and bleeding of the blood vessels causing hemorrhagic stroke. This condition requires urgent attention, as it is life-threatening. Effective treatment for brain aneurysm includes early diagnosis, and […]
Memory Disorders Alzheimers
Mar 12, 2016 04:28
Loss of memory and retarded mental function Alzheimer’s is a condition marked by loss of memory and retarded mental function. People with alzheimer’s develop forgetfulness, and undergo dramatic personality changes. Alzheimer is the leading cause of dementia, which is marked by loss of intellectual and social skills. Alzheimer’ can only be treated, and cannot be […]
ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Mar 02, 2016 11:51
A motor neuron disease, also called as Lou Gehrig’s disease, which is named after the famous baseball player. ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis is a nervous disorder that is marked by muscle weakness and physical dysfunction. ALS also has different names like, Lou Gehrig’s disease, which is named after the famous baseball player, and motor […]
Brain Hemorrhage (Intracranial hematoma) A life-threatening condition that requires immediate treatment
Jan 26, 2016 04:00
Brain hemorrhage, also called as intracranial hematoma is a condition marked by blood vessel rapture within the brain. The blood coming out of the ruptured blood vessel forms a layer between the skull and the brain. The collection of blood compresses the brain tissue, and causes damage to the brain. Brain hemorrhage results due to […]
Effective procedure for Acute Ischemic stroke: Intra-arterial Thrombolytic Therapy
Oct 31, 2015 06:58
Strokes are classified into two – ischemic and hemorrhagic. When the blood supply is stopped to a part of the brain an ischemic stroke may occur. Usually, a blood clot in the blood vessel is the cause for Ischemic stroke. Ischemic strokes may occur due to, Build up of fatty material along the walls of […]
A thick, waxy plaque can limit, or completely obstruct, blood flow to the brain
Mar 11, 2015 11:59
What is Cerebrovascular Disease? The term ÷ cerebrovascular’s consists of two parts cerebro is a large part of the brain and vascular includes arteries and veins. It refers to a set of circumstances that cause hindrance to the circulation of blood to the brain, resulting in limited or less flow of blood to the affected […]
Protect your most important asset, your brain.
Mar 11, 2015 11:47
What is Brain stroke? Brain stroke is a serious condition that crops up when a blood vessel in the brain erupts. In some cases, there may be blockage in the brain nerves too. In either of the cases, the outcome will be a serious disability or death. If a proper treatment is not given then […]