Different conditions treated by the institute of neurosciences are:
- Hemiplegia: Hemiplegia is treated to restore motor function by addressing the underlying cause and by various forms of therapy. In fact, with physical therapy and mirror therapy, muscle control in a hemiparetic limb can be enhanced. We are one of the best hospitals for treating Hemiplegia in Hyderabad.
- Aphasia:A person with aphasia who has had a stroke may benefit from a speech-language pathologist’s session. The therapist should work with the individual regularly to improve their ability to speak and communicate.
- I.V Thrombolysis & Endovascular Therapy for Acute Stroke : The doctor inserts a catheter into a large blood artery in your head during this operation. We then take the clot out of the vessel using a tool. This operation is most effective if it is done 6 to 24 hours after the stroke starts.
- Epilepsy: Medical Management and a particular diet may include other potential options.
- Alzheimer’s Disease (PD): There is no such treatment to cure Alzheimer’s disease completely, but by using certain drugs, you can improve the patient’s condition.
- Dementia: It is not possible to reverse brain cell death, so there is no known cure for degenerative dementia. Nonetheless, medication may prevent or stop further damage to brain tissue if dementia symptoms are due to a reversible, non-degenerative reason. Alternatively, condition management such as Alzheimer’s disease focuses on caring and for treating symptoms rather than their underlying cause.
- Neuropathy: Neuropathy treatment involves measures to control the symptoms and, where applicable, medical steps that address the underlying cause of neuropathy. Medical treatments for diabetes, autoimmune diseases, kidney disease, and deficiencies of vitamins are varied and concentrate on the particular underlying condition.
- Multiple Sclerosis: M.S. is treated with the help of some drugs, and if it does not work, then brain cell stimulation is done.
- Myasthenia Gravis: Myasthenia gravis is not healed, but treatment with immunosuppressants or inhibitors of cholinesterase help control symptoms.