Brain Surgery

The departments of Neurosurgery at our hospital have the latest and sophisticated technology and have the best possible results in medical care.

Patients come to us from around the Maharashtra, India and world to receive the most result oriented treatment and cutting-edge care. They find our place as a hope for neurological diseases.  We at maxneuro want to provide you with the answers you are looking for.

Spine Surgery

C35025013The Spine is a unique structure on many accounts. The varied pathological states may not only affect the structure and mechanical function of the spine but can also lead to deformity, paralysis or neurogenic pain. To care the vital spinal cord and nerve roots is very important.

There is a need for involvement of many other specialties in the field of Spine, Imaging, Electrophysiological evaluation of spinal cord and nerve functions and an expert spinal clinician to evaluate these patients.


Max Neuro is dedicated centre for BRAIN, SPINE AND TRAUMA patients. It offers comprehensive neurological services at very affordable prices under one roof. Here we have very experienced team of doctors who has high clinical skill.

The biggest strength of our centre is vastly experienced board certified neurosurgeons, who are specialized in various branches of neurological sciences. Our expert surgeons treat majority of disorders of the nervous system like brain tumor, aneurysm, strokes, traumatic brain injuries, Spinal cord tumors, injuries and various kinds of other neurological diseases. Our experts routinely perform the latest neurosurgical treatment techniques like minimally invasive spine and brain surgeries with results at par with the best centers globally. With sophisticated latest investigative technology needed for correct diagnosis we can achieve best possible results for the patient.


A neurologist is a physician who specializes in neurology – disorders of the nervous system, and is trained to investigate, or diagnose and treat neurological disorders involving the central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems.

Accident & emergency

Our Emergency service is well designed Trauma Center for handling the most critical emergencies (children as well as adults) with complex injuries and illnesses of patients. In this area you will receive treatment by doctors and nurses who are qualified in advanced life support, trauma care. The area is equipped with all the facilities incluiding CT Scan. The emergency-casualty is near to the OPD rooms of neurosurgeon and orthopedics.

Accident and Emergency unit has central panel of oxygeon, compressed air and central suction at each bed end with multipara monitors and other required for emergency manegment, dressings, small procedures and for plaster. It also has portable ventilator and portable X-ray machine to save on time.

Accident and Emergency unit is well near to the stretcher elevator for immediate transfer of patients to the operating rooms and Neuro Intensive Care Units. Our cardiac ambulance is well equipped with all the latest equipment’s and have the ability to transport critically ill patients in need of life support.

Accidents and Emergency unit is open 24 hours a day, 7days a week.

Help Line No: 020-67 333 666

For Cardiac Ambulance service: 888 888 55 77

Stem Cell Therapy

C35025015The potential of SCs to replace dead or damaged cells in any tissue of the body heralds the advent of a new field of medicine that is delivering cures for diseases now thought to be untreatable

Spinal Cord Injury

Several animal studies have shown that stem cells derived from human umbilical cord blood have the ability to improve neurological function after spinal cord injury. The stem cells migrate to the injured area and divide into neurons and astrocytes.

A comprehensive program that includes umbilical cord stem cells, nutritional therapies, physical therapy, neural growth factors and magnetic beds is recommended for spinal cord patients. The antioxidant, superoxide dismutase, is reported to help reduce oxidative stress and increase neuroprotective factors and similar antioxidants can be included with the stem cell treatments to help promote greater recovery.

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a disease due to brain injury occurring at the stage of active brain development. Due to the improper development of nerve cells, the ability of nerve cells and muscles to control movements and posture is lost. This results in involuntary muscle movement, seizures, impairment of sight, hearing or speech, difficulty with walking, muscle tightness or spasms and abnormal sensations and perceptions. One has to depend on physiotherapy and medication. However the hope for the total recovery of the patient is lost.

Stem cells travel to parts of the brain that have been damaged, improve blood flow in the brain. They restore or preserve the function of motor neuron, promote angiogenesis and neurogenesis at the injured site and compensate for the lost cells. Over time, they take on the characteristics of the cells around them and are able to multiply.

Brain Stroke

Ischemic stroke often results from a blockage in the blood supply to an area of the brain. The tissue most affected quickly dies off, followed by increasing dysfunction in the surrounding tissue from secondary causes such as inflammation, edema, and oxidative stress.

A comprehensive program of rehabilitation that includes cord stem cell therapy is advised for both acute and chronic stroke patients. Current programs in hyperbaric oxygen therapy, external counterpulsation, neuroprotective intravenous therapies and physical therapy are recommended. When plateaus are reached in improvement, treatments with cord stem cells are available in Mexico. Intravenous infusions are effective for young adults and catheter surgery provides better results for older patients. Combinations of stem cells (including cord blood derived CD34+, CD133+ and mesenchymal stem cells) can also be used that are more effective than any one type of cord blood stem cell alone.

Down Syndrome

The clinical characteristics of Down syndrome, caused by the triplication of the fragment 21q22 of chromosome 21 (trisomy 21) include mental retardation, craniofacial abnormalities, clinical defects of the heart, gut and immune system, and an increased risk of other diseases, including leukemia and Alzheimer’s disease. Down syndrome is further complicated by the accumulation of toxic amyloid beta deposits in the brain and perhaps blood vessels.

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory, autoimmune, demyelinating disease of the central nervous system that destroys myelin, oligodendrocytes, and axons (14). The name relates to the multiple hardened (sclerotic) lesions and scars in the brain and spinal cord. Initial symptoms may include extreme fatigue, vertigo, optic neuritis, and numbness in the extremities. Most patients experience relapsing-remitting episodes that over time can lead to progressive neurological deterioration.

Current therapies for MS are designed to delay disease progression by immuno-modulation or immunosuppression. Until recently, the slowing accumulating neurological damage has remained mostly irreversible. Today, there is increased optimism about slowing and perhaps reversing the disease with a comprehensive program that includes stem cell therapies along with therapies that improve blood circulation, myelin regeneration, mitochondrial energy production and dietary, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant factors.

Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s Disease is a chronic, progressive neurodegenerative disorder characterized by tremor, rigidity of limbs and body, slowness of movement and loss of balance and coordination. These characteristics were described in ancient Ayurvedic literature in India 6500 years agoThose suffering from Parkinson’s Disease may have an 80% or more loss in the neurons that produce dopamine. This severe deficiency causes neurons in a part of the brain called corpus striatum to fire unevenly and sporadically, resulting in an inability to execute smooth movements. Factors that contribute to the destruction of dopamine-producing neurons include genetic susceptibility, toxic chemicals such as pesticides and air pollution, infections (including prenatal infections), hypoxia, homocysteine, heavy metal toxicity and free radical damage.


Autism is a developmental disorder that appears in the first 3 years of life, affecting the brain’s normal development of social and communication skills. It is characterized by social impairments, communication difficulties, restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior. The exact cause of autism is still not known. Recent research indicates that it could be a combination of genetic and environmental factors, affecting brain development; before, during or soon after birth. In some cases, children with autism have shown hypo perfusion (a reduction in the oxygen supply to the brain) and immune dysregulation,

Stem cells travel to parts of the brain that have been damaged, improve blood flow in the brain. They restore or preserve the function of motor neuron, promote angiogenesis and neurogenesis at the injured site and compensate for the lost cells. Over time, they take on the characteristics of the cells around them and are able to multiply.

How the stem cells work in treating Autism?

Answer:Current research shows that areas of the brain that govern memory formation, neurotransmission and the release of the hormone oxytocin are damaged in people who have autism. Stem cells travel to parts of the brain that have been damaged, improve blood flow in the brain, replace damaged neurons and promote angiogenesis and neurogenesis at the injured site. Till date remarkable improvements are seen in autistic patients treated with stem cells.