The future of neuro and spine care has arrived in Mysore with Brains starting its state-of-the-art super-specialty centre at the Suyog Hospital. This centre of excellence will offer gold standard care for all brain and spine conditions round-the-clock backed by cutting edge technology and world renowned doctors. The inauguration of Brains in Mysore comes a year and a half after the centre started its highly acclaimed services in Bangalore in 2017. The event on June 16 was widely covered by the media and heralded as a watershed in the city’s fast growing health-care infrastructure.
Cell phones have today become an integral part of everyday life, especially among the teens, with hundreds of applications to use, they can keep you busy all day, bringing the world to your fingetips.
The future of Brain tumour is now here, in Bangalore. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and manned by eminent neuro oncology specialists this one-of-its-kind centre is designed to offer cutting edge, comprehensive brain tumour care. The new centre will bring to patients the latest in the diagnosis, treatment and intensive management of all kinds of brain tumours under the leadership of world renowned neurosurgeon, Dr N K Venkataramana. The inauguration was attended and reported widely by the media, creating awareness and bringing renewed hope to the lives of people afflicted with brain tumours.
40% of all diseases are caused by environmental pollution. Dr. NK Venkataramana says it’s all in your head: simply by reconditioning your brain you can transform your environment and gift yourself a healthy and happy life.
Brains Hospital, in association with Basal Ganglia Support Group, is organising a free programme on April 7 to educate and empower patients of Parkinson’s Disease and their caregivers. Organised to commemorate World Parkinson’s Day, the event will be held at Brains Hospital on Infantry Road.
In association with the Basal Ganglia Support Group, Brains Hospital is organising an event on April 7 to educate and empower patients of Parkinson’s Disease and their caregivers.
The event at the Infantry Road premises of the Hospital will commemorate the World Parkinson’s Day, which is observed globally on April 11 on the birthday of Dr James Parkinson, who was the first to describe the disease in his ‘An Essay on the Shaking Palsy’ in 1817.