What is Pediatric Neurosurgery?
Dr. Kalpesh Patil provides the Best Pediatric Neurosurgery in Pune who has overall 10 years of experience and qualifications in treating problems involving the head, spine, or nervous system. Special training or experience related to pediatric neurosurgery is important. Pediatric neurosurgery problems usually survive for life. Pediatric neurosurgeons have a special and lasting relationship with their patients. Children with neurological problems usually require close and continuous monitoring throughout childhood and adolescence.
The pediatric neurosurgery team has extensive experience in caring for children with severe neurological diseases, and surgery is the best treatment option. The team has the most advanced technologies and techniques, including endoscopic minimally invasive surgery, fetal surgery, intraoperative MRI, and a laser that uses heat to kill tumors (laser interstitial hyperthermia). Sometimes the best treatment option is a non-surgical treatment, and team members will explain the reasons and make the best recommendations for alternative treatments.
What types of treatments are provided by pediatric neurosurgeons?
Pediatric neurosurgeons diagnose, treat and manage children’s nervous system problems and head and spine deformities, including:
- Head deformities spine deformities brain
- Spine or nerve problems
- Injuries abnormal activity (spasticity)
- Birth injuries (arms and leg weakness)
What are the symptoms of childhood neurological diseases?
Symptoms of neurological disorders in children may vary. Different diseases cause different symptoms. Some of these may include:
- Muscle stiffness, tremors, or seizures
- Lack of coordination developmental
- Delays increase in head size or slow growth
- Changes in consciousness or mood levels
- Changes in activity, reflexes, or movement
- Muscle loss and difficulty speaking
- Loss of feeling or severe headaches
What can harm the nervous system of children?
The nervous system is a highly complex and specialized network in the body, especially in the developmental stages of children. Pediatric Surgeon treats the problem that affects the nervous system depending on which part is involved and what caused the problem. Some conditions, injuries, or diseases that may cause nervous system problems include:
- Blood or vascular supply disorders
- Traumatic head and spinal cord injury
- Anxiety disorders, depression, psychosis, or any mental health problems
- Immune system disorders
- Structural defects
- Infections and changes in blood flow
- Congenital heredity or metabolic problems
- Toxic exposure or direct effects of drug exposure
Pediatric Neurosurgeons - The Best Care for Children
Children are not just young people. They can’t always tell the things that bother them. They cannot always answer medical questions, nor can they always be patient and cooperative during physical exams. Pediatric neurosurgeons know how to examine and treat children in a way that allows them to relax and cooperate. Most pediatric neurosurgery offices are organized and decorated with children in mind. Some of them include waiting rooms and examination hall, where there may be toys and reading materials for children. This helps to create a comfortable and non-threatening environment for your child.
The pediatric neurosurgeon will provide diagnosis and surgical intervention in the hospital, which has the support services, pediatricians and nurses needed to take care of your child. Children with special needs require pediatric neurosurgeons to work closely with primary care pediatricians and pediatric specialists to provide coordinated and comprehensive child care. If your pediatrician recommends that your child see a pediatric neurosurgeon, you can be sure that he has the most extensive treatment options, the most extensive and comprehensive training, and the most extensive experience in treating children and treating neurosurgery problems.