Brains News

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 09:20

Brains launches a trust to aid the poor

The Gurushri Seva trust, started by Brains, is a compassionate endeavour to extend financial aid to poor patients for advanced life-saving treatment. In essence, this uniquely humane initiative has a simple and noble purpose: to extend monetary support to the treatment of abjectly poor patients who would otherwise have no hope of survival: patients stricken with morbid neuro conditions that call for specialised care, which they cannot hope to afford or access. The Trust will…
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 08:36

Six eventful months at Brains

The Brains Neuro-Spine Centre has completed six months of providing the Gold Standard in neuro and spine care at its state-of-the-art centre at the Sparsh hospital in the heart of Bangalore. The last six months at this boutique facility have been abuzz with a slew of new initiatives aimed at enhanced and personalised patient care including specialty clinics for serious neurological conditions like Parkinson's. This eventful period witnessed the inauguration of a 24/7 spine and…
As part of its mission to offer Gold Standard neuro and spine care, Brains has acquired an advanced surgical microscope from Leica GmbH, a Germany-based world-leading manufacturer of high technology precision imaging equipment. The world over microsurgery, enabled by such advanced microscopes, has redefined neurosurgery, making it much safer and infinitely more precise. The neurosurgery microscope acquired by Brains is a marvel of engineering and ergonomics, combining high-quality customizable optics and brilliant illumination with a…
The Lodge United Services No 58 graciously donated a fogging machine to Brains for disinfecting its clinics, ambulances and patient utility areas. The gear is already in use and is proving to be of great value to patients of medical emergencies in particular. Fogging machines are universally used in health care facilities to rapidly decontaminate and disinfect critical care and treatment areas. In a letter, Dr N K Venkataramana, Founder & Chief Neurosurgeon Brains( Neuro-Spine…
More than a 100 family physicians learned about the latest advances in the management and treatment of stroke and spinal problems at the first edition of the Brains Continuous Medical Education (CME) programme on April 23.… The event was organised by Brains in affiliation with the Family Physicians Association in Bangalore as part of its comprehensive knowledge sharing agenda, designed to keep its doctors on the cutting edge of neuro and spine care. At the…
Following his best-selling title Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master, spiritual guru, humanist, thinker and intellectual powerhouse Sri M has published his second work, The Journey Continues, which was released by Union Minister Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad on April 22. This eagerly awaited sequel is a compelling journey through the neural mysteries of the brain and its intriguing multi-layered relationship with the mind. The “vast realms of consciousness still undreamed,” in master novelist D H Lawrence’s…
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 13:27

Brains starts exclusive Vertigo Clinic

In a unique initiative, every Friday afternoon from 2 to 5 pm Brains will run an exclusive clinic for patients of vertigo, a condition that according to an NCBN study affects roughly 0.75 per cent of the India’s population and is characterized by sensations like feeling dizzy, unsteady, or woozy. Patients often feel as though the world around them is moving, spinning, floating, swaying, tilting, or whirling. Currently, there are few centres in Bangalore that…
Neuro and spine care needs to be not only comprehensive and advanced but also round the clock for it to be effective. Given the importance of timely intervention in event of brain incidents such as stroke, for example, Brains unveiled its 24/7 service at its advanced centre for neuro and spine care at the Infantry Road-based Sparsh Hospital in Bangalore on March 30. With this unique initiative Brains is extending its Gold Standard care to…
Brains held its first symposium, themed ‘Advances in Neuroendoscopy’, at its state-of-the-art centre for neuro-spine care in the Sparsh Hospital on Infantry Road in Bangalore on February 20. This was the first of a series of such symposiums that Brains proposes to host annually as part of its comprehensive academic programme designed to foster a culture of learning, innovation and ceaseless growth. Dr N K Venkataramana, Founder and Chief Neurosurgeon of Brains said that “these…