Neurology is the branch of medicine that deals with the anatomy, functions, and organic disorders of nerves and the nervous system. The department of Neurology is committed to integrating their exceptional medical expertise, technology and innovation to offer best in class treatments that is at par with international standards. We seek to provide the highest quality general neurological care for our patients along with routine Outdoor, Indoor and dedicated Emergency and Neuro-intensive care especially after surgery and stroke.


    • Headache.
    • Memory disturbances (Alzheimer's disease and other dementias etc).
    • Intellectual decline.
    • Speech Problems.
    • Stress Intolerance.
    • Sleep Disorders.
    • Change in Personality.
    • Abnormal Behavior.
    • Giddiness.
    • Vertigo.
    • Unconsciousness.
    • Weakness (paralysis).
    • Loss of sensation or numbness.
    • Imbalance or incoordination.
    • Loss of vision.
    • Loss of hearing.
    • Tinnitus (abnormal noise in the ears).
    • Double vision.
    • Swallowing problems.
    • Wasting of muscles.
    • Inability to walk.
    • Chronic pain syndromes.
    • Seizures (convulsions epilepsy).
    • Drop attacks.
    • Stroke (brain hemorrhage / infarction).
    • Diseases of arteries and veins of the brain and spinal cord.
    • Brain tumors.
    • Parkinson's disease.
    • Wilson's Disease.
    • Twitching of the face.
    • Squint.
    • Dystonias.
    • Writer's cramp.
    • Tourette syndrome.
    • Tremors.
    • Tics.
    • Myoclonus.
    • Chorea.
    • Infections of brain and spine or nerves like Meningitis and Encephalitis, Tuberculosis, Malaria, Leprosy.
    • Multiple Sclerosis.
    • Guillain-Barre syndrome.
    • Myasthenia Gravis.
    • Muscular dystrophies.
    • Motor Neuron Disease.
    • Neuropathies etc.


Department of Neurology at MGM Vashi has been in existence for a long time. We have catered to many patients with neurological issues with convincing results bringing about positive changes in their lives. We also provide long term customized care and ensure well being of our patients through our team of specialists, comprehensive services, and good follow up systems for patients especially those prone to severity. Over the years, we have gained confidence of the community and this has helped us to propel to greater commitments and achievements

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If the C.T. Scan shows a EDH (Extradural Hematoma) or SDH (Subdural hematoma) or a large intracranial bleed. Immediate surgery to remove the clot and reduce the swelling (decompression) can save a life.

    • Intense, prolonged or continuous headache over days or months.
    • Vomiting, squinting of eyes asymmetry of face.
    • Paralysis or weakness of one side of the body (Hemiparesis).
    • Double vision or Diplopia.
    • Fits, seizures or convulsions.
    • Hemorrhagic stroke – Seen in 30-60% of hospital admissions due to stroke. High blood pressure (BP) increases the risk of bleed in the brain in stroke patients.
    • Head Injury.
    • Rupture of Aneurysm – An aneurysm is a defect in the wall of the artery. As age advances the pressure of the flow blood causes thinning of this wall with an out pouching of the vessel (aneurysm). When the aneurysm ruptures it leads to Brain Haemorrhage.
    • AVM (Aretrio Venous Malformation) – There is an abnormal connection between the arteries and veins. This is usually a defect from birth. Due to this abnormal connection, the pressure in the arteries is directly transmitted to the veins leading to bleed over a period of time. When the AVM occurs in the brain blood vessels, it leads Brain Hemorrhage.
    • Brain tumor bleed – Some brain tumors are very vascular and may at times spontaneously bleed.
    • Disorders of Bleeding and Clotting of Blood – Can cause bleeding anywhere in the body including BRAIN.