When to See a Neurosurgeon?

The most common myth we hear about this term, “Neurosurgeon” is that they work on your brain, isn’t? That’s correct, they generally focus on the brain, but it is not just restricted to that. In fact, they have a lot of work to do on the spinal cord, as it is a major area where neurological issues stem from. They are highly trained to deal with problems like neck pain, spine problems, herniated disc, deteriorating disc problems, epilepsy, sciatica and chronic pain. 



Neurosurgeons are particularly skilled to treat a range of disorders, ailments and diseases that distress all facets of the nervous system that starts in your brain, which moves through your spine and reaches out to all parts of your body. The pain keeps travelling through the nervous system. Identifying your illness and coming up with a cure that is advanced in nature is usual with most neurosurgeons. For example: If a patient has a back pain that they can be cured clinically with anti-inflammatory medications, physiotherapy and other non-operating means. If your situation has become worse and these treatments are not helping you and if surgery is suggested, then the neurosurgeons will do the required surgery.

Here are three common symptoms that you should possibly seek the neurosurgeon:

  • Numbness: It can be indicative of a nerve damage. 
  • Balancing disorder: Dizziness or lose balance, frequently is a bad sign
  • Migraines: Regular headache is very annoying and is a wrong indication. 

If you notice above mentioned symptoms for a longer period of time, it is advisable to get it treated at the earliest as they will restrict your daily movements. Consult our team of health care provider at the Bansal Global Hospital.

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