Best Neurology Hospital in Jaipur
Best Neurology Hospital in Jaipur


Best Neurology Hospital in Jaipur

Neurology is a branch of medicine dealing with disorders of the nervous system which includes the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. Factors like infection, trauma, tumor, stroke, degeneration, and demyelination may result in various neurological disorders.

Best Neurology Hospital in Jaipur


Know About Us

Why Manipal?

Manipal Hospitals is considered to be the best neurology hospital in Jaipur. We offer treatment for a complete range of neurological disorders by being a multispeciality hospital in Jaipur having a fully equipped neurology department with an expert team of neurologists. The NABL-accredited lab uses the latest equipment and technology and offers diagnoses for complex conditions. Manipal Hospitals is India's leading healthcare provider, with over 28 hospitals, more than 4000 doctors, and over 30 years of neurology experience.

Treatment & Procedures

EEG - Electroencephalogram

EEG or Electroencephalogram is a test that records electrical activity of the brain and brain wave patterns.

Read More

NCS - Nerve Conduction Study

Nerves control the muscles in the body by electrical signals and this impulse make the muscles react in specific ways. NCS or Nerve Conduction Study is a non-invasive test which measures how well and how fast the nerves can send electrical signals.

Read More

EMG - Electromyography

EMG or Electromyography is an invasive diagnostic procedure to assess the health of muscles and the nerve cells that control them (motor neurons). EMG results can reveal nerve dysfunction, muscle dysfunction or problems with nerve-to-muscle signal transmission.

Read More

Lumbar Puncture

Our brain and spinal cord are surrounded by fluid called cerebrospinal fluid. Lumbar puncture is a procedure in which doctor collects a sample of cerebrospinal fluid which can be tested in the lab for diseases of the brain and spinal cord.

Read More

Outpatient and In-patient services

Whether you need to be admitted to our hospital for a serious neurological condition, or come in for a day procedure, our high precision diagnostic equipment help our neurology team to prescribe the best mode of treatment. That’s why patients trust Manipal Hospitals with precise diagnosis.

Read More

Stroke Management

After confirming stroke, a neurologist will prescribe a series of scans, tests, and examinations to identify the way a stroke has affected the neurological system. The standard battery of tests will include MRIs, CT scans, Ultrasound, blood draws, angiograms and echocardiograms. These tests will shed light on the severity of the stroke as well as the…

Read More

Neuro Intensive Care

Patients suffering from brain trauma or disease that requires round the clock monitoring and care are admitted into the neuro intensive care. The neuro ICU has a team of neurological specialists and nurses that are trained and experienced in providing intensive care to patients. They are equipped to detect and treat a number of neurological disorders…

Read More

Adult Neurology services

Some of the common neurological disorders are of the spinal cord, muscular dystrophy, myasthenia gravis, epilepsy, and even insomnia.

Read More

Memory Clinic

The dedicated Memory clinic at Manipal Hospital deals with dementia patients. If you have been having problems with your memory, our clinic conducts relevant tests to diagnose the condition and prescribe the best mode of treatment.

Read More

Paediatric Neurology services

Children are delicate and are the most important people for us. This is why our exclusive paediatric services offer comprehensive diagnosis and management for children who have disorders of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, or muscles. Our highly proficient team specializes in providing neurological care, individual consultations, and customised treatment…

Read More

Acute management of stroke

Most strokes are acute and typically start suddenly and worsen rapidly. Sometimes a stroke may be preceded by a transient ischemic attack (TIA), a temporary stroke that reverses itself before it causes any lasting effects.

Read More

Electrophysiology lab with EEG…

The dedicated premium lab at Manipal Hospital is equipped with powerful diagnostic intruments. The Electrophysiology lab boasts of high precision Electroencephalogram (EEG), video telemetry and Electromyography (EMG) scans. An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test that measures and records the electrical activity of the brain. Here, electrical sensors…

Read More

Treatment of various neuro-muscular…

The human mind is an intricate web of emotions, thoughts and behaviours. Similarly, the brain operates through electric signals that influence our actions. This intriguing combination is what our immensely talented neurologists and neuropsychologists at Manipal Hospitals handle on a daily basis.

Read More
Best Neurology Hospital in Jaipur

What are Neurological Disorders?

Neurological disorders are a group of conditions that affect the brain and spinal cord. These problems can cause many symptoms, including loss of sensation or movement, muscle weakness and spasms, seizures, and even unconsciousness.

A person's body chemistry causes some neurological disorders in ways that are still not completely understood. An outside factor, such as a head injury or exposure to a toxic substance, can trigger others.

The most common neurological disorders include:

  • Headache

  • Stroke

  • Epilepsy

  • Parkinson's disease (Progressive disorder affecting movement)

  • Alzheimer's disease (progressive Dementia)

We have a expert team of best neurosurgeons and the best neurologists in Jaipur at Manipal Hospitals, Jaipur, which offers diagnosis and treatment of various neurological disorders like:  

  • Acute Stroke

  • Epilepsy 

  • Alzheimer's Disease 

  • Parkinson's Disease and related disorders

  • Demyelinating Disorders

  • Multiple Sclerosis 

  • Neuromuscular Diseases

Common Neurological Disorders are:

Acute Stroke - Acute Stroke is a medical emergency that can cause severe brain damage if left untreated. It happens when an artery going to the brain gets clogged and part of the brain goes without blood for too long or an artery breaks open and starts bleeding into or around the brain. The stroke symptoms usually start suddenly. In case of Stroke, experts suggest to “BE FAST”: 

  • Balance - Check if the person is having trouble in standing or walking.

  • Eyes - Check if the person is having trouble with their vision.

  • Face - Check if the person’s face looks uneven or is drooping from one side.

  • Arm - Check if the person is experiencing weakness or numbness in arm.

  • Speech - Check if the person is experiencing trouble while speaking.

  • Time - If you notice any of the above stroke symptoms, it’s time to act fast.

Epilepsy - Epilepsy causes a person to experience seizures. These seizures can range in severity and frequency, but they are always unpredictable. Seizures can occur because of an injury to the brain, such as a stroke or head injury. In other cases, an underlying condition like a brain tumour may cause Epilepsy. It is essential to seek medical attention immediately.

Alzheimer's Disease - Alzheimer's affects an individual's memory and cognitive functions. It is a degenerative disorder and the most common type of Dementia. Alzheimer's disease begins with mild memory problems that get worse over time. Eventually, affected individuals can no longer care for themselves and interfere with daily activities such as eating, bathing and dressing. People with Alzheimer's Disease have problems with thinking and reasoning (Cognitive Impairment), language (Aphasia), perception (Agnosia), judgment (Executive Functioning) and behaviour (Mood).

Parkinson's Disease - Parkinson's disease affects movement and results in the loss of nerve cells in a dopamine-producing part of the brain (substantia nigra). Dopamine is a messenger (neurotransmitter) that helps control movement. When these cells are lost, fewer dopamine messages reach other brain and body parts. As a result, there is less signalling between those parts, and movements become slower and more complex. The symptoms of Parkinson's disease include tremors at rest or during certain activities, slow movement, rigidity (stiffness), and trouble with balance.

Demyelinating Disorders - Demyelinating disorders are diseases that damage the myelin sheath, the protective covering around nerve cells. The myelin sheath speeds up electrical impulses travelling through the nervous system. Without a myelin sheath, these electrical signals slow down or stop working altogether. Demyelinating disorders can affect any part of the body's nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord. There are several types of Demyelinating disorders like Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Neuromyelitis Optica (NMO), Transverse Myelitis (TM), and Optic Neuritis.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) - Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a demyelinating disorder & causes problems with movement and sensation by affecting the brain and spinal cord. The MS symptom depends on which part of brain and spinal cord was affected. The symptoms then spread to other parts of the body. In most cases, MS symptoms come and go over time. However, in some people, they may never go away. The most common symptoms include:

  • Blurred or double vision.

  • Tingling or numbness in arms or legs.

  • Loss of balance or coordination, which makes it hard to walk normally or keep balance while standing.

Neuromuscular Diseases - Neuromuscular diseases affect the nerves and muscles. Neuromuscular diseases can be inherited, like Muscular Dystrophies, or acquired like Guillain-Barré Syndrome. Neuromuscular diseases often cause limb weakness, which may become worse over time. This weakness can affect any body part, including arms, legs, face or bulbar muscles. Some neuromuscular diseases cause muscle spasms or contractions (cramps) that can be painful. Others cause painless muscle weakness and paralysis.

Diagnosis Facilities

MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) - MRI examines the soft tissue of the body. MRI uses a magnetic field and radio waves to produce detailed images of organs, soft tissues, and other internal body structures. MRI diagnoses neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, brain tumours, spinal cord injuries and chronic back pain. The MRI scan may assess blood flow in the brain or spinal cord or locate injuries or abnormalities in these areas.

3-Tesla MRI - 3-Tesla MRI is an advanced diagnostic imaging technology that uses magnetic fields at a strength of 3 Tesla to produce images of the body that can diagnose neurological disorders. The results provide a clearer picture of abnormalities or changes in brain function, which helps the treating doctors in diagnosis & management.

CT Scan (Computerised Tomography) - A CT scan takes detailed images of the inside of the body. It is a safe and painless test that diagnoses various conditions, including neurological disorders. The details are captured by taking many X-rays from different angles. A computer combines all the images into a 3D picture, making it possible for doctors to see structures like the brain or spine.

Lumbar Puncture - A Lumbar Puncture or LP collects Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) from the spinal canal. It diagnoses neurological disorders, such as Meningitis and subarachnoid hemorrhage.

EEG (Electroencephalogram) - EEG measures electrical activity in the brain. It diagnoses seizures or other conditions that cause abnormal brain waves. The EEG uses small electrodes placed on the scalp to measure the electrical activity of different brain areas. The electrodes connected to a computer record and graph the signals over time.

NCS - Nerve Conduction Study - A Nerve Conduction Study (NCS) measures the speed at which electrical impulses travel through the peripheral nervous system. It diagnoses neurological disorders such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Peripheral Neuropathy and GBS. An NCS usually involves placing an electrode on each arm, leg, and other body areas. Wires attach the electrodes to an electrodiagnostic machine, which sends an electrical current through them. The tests determine which body parts are affected by a specific condition.

EMG (Electromyography)

EMG uses a small device to record the electrical activity of muscles. It diagnoses neurological disorders. The results of an EMG can indicate whether there are abnormalities in the nerve that causes muscle contraction or if there are problems with the muscle itself, helping doctors determine whether treatment should correct nerve problems or improve muscle function.

Electrophysiology Lab

Manipal Hospitals, Jaipur, is equipped with a state-of-the-art Electrophysiology lab to provide precise Electroencephalogram (EEG), Video EEG, NCV, EMG, VEP and BERA. The best neurologists in Jaipur diagnose various neurological disorders using the advanced lab.

PET-CT (Positron Emission Tomography - Computerised Tomography)  

PET-CT is a nuclear imaging modality that uses (PET) and (CT) to help diagnose neurological disorders like Strokes, brain tumours, and Alzheimer's disease. It works by combining the information from both PET scans and CT scans to create one image. The PET scan identifies areas of increased glucose metabolism in the brain, while the CT scan captures detailed images of the brain's anatomy. Together these two types of data help doctors determine if there is any damage or abnormality in the brain tissue.

Molecular Diagnostics

Molecular Diagnostics is a tool that can detect, identify, or quantify a sample's target nucleic acid sequence. Genotyping is used to identify the presence of a particular genetic marker, while phenotyping can determine the function of a gene product. Molecular Diagnostics diagnose neurological disorders such as Parkinson's and Huntington's disease by identifying specific mutations in their genes that cause these diseases or by looking at differences in chromosomes between healthy individuals and those with these diseases.

Treatment Facilities

  • Memory Clinic - A memory clinic is the clinic where patients with memory problems can receive a comprehensive evaluation by a team of Neurologists and Neuropsychologists. The clinic offers early diagnosis and treatment of Dementia along with identifying contributing disorders that might be causing Dementia.

  • Stroke Management - Stroke Management is the treatment of neurological disorders, including Stroke. Strokes are a sudden interruption of blood flow to the brain and can be either ischemic or hemorrhagic. Blocked arteries cause Ischemic strokes, while hemorrhagic strokes are caused by bleeding inside the brain.

Treatment options for Stroke depend on several factors, including how severe the Stroke is and whether it is an ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke. If the Stroke is mild and does not cause any lasting damage, no further treatment may be required beyond rehabilitation therapies to help recover from any temporary deficits.

If the Stroke causes permanent damage or loss of function, treatment may include medications. If there is significant bleeding inside the skull after a hemorrhagic stroke, then surgery may be needed to remove pieces of skull bone or repair any damaged blood vessels in order to stop more bleeding from occurring while also allowing for better drainage of cerebrospinal fluid out

  • Neuro Intensive Care - Neuro Intensive Care is a subspecialty of Critical Care Medicine that focuses on treating patients with neurological disorders. It is an interdisciplinary approach to patient care involving Neurologists, Neurosurgeons, and Intensivists. Neuro Intensive Care combines medical and surgical treatments with nursing care and other supportive therapies to treat various nervous system disorders.

Neuro Intensive Care doctors are experts in managing complex neurologic conditions, including Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Strokes, Spinal Cord Injuries, and other conditions that require urgent treatment to prevent further disability or death. The goals of Neuro Intensive Care are to stabilise patients with these conditions, prevent complications, monitor them closely and safely discharge them when appropriate.

Best Neurology Hospital in Jaipur

Facilities & Services

Manipal Hospitals is the finest neuro hospital in Jaipur, with advanced facilities like:

  • Stroke Management

  • Outpatient Services

  • In-patient Services

  • Adult Neurology Services

  • Neuro Intensive Care

  • Memory Clinic

  • Headache Clinic

  • Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS)

  • Lumbar Puncture

  • Paediatric Neurology Services

  • Acute Management of Stroke

  • Electrophysiology Lab

  • 3-Tesla MRI

  • PET-CT 

  • Molecular Diagnostics

  • Cerebrovascular Diseases Care

  • Paediatric and Adult Epilepsy Care

  • Neuromuscular Diseases Treatment

  • Management of Parkinson's Disease and related disorders

  • Management of Alzheimer's Disease and other conditions of Cognition

  • Management of Multiple Sclerosis and other Demyelinating Disorders.


After gathering general information about the patient's health the Neurologist will review the patient's medical history, and do a complete physical examination. Then the doctor might order tests for your vision, smell odors and hear sounds, coordination, memory, strength, reflexes, ability to feel physical objects, reasoning, and puzzle-solving abilities.

A neurologist is a highly trained specialist who treats conditions of the brain, Spinal cord, nerves, and muscles.

Stroke, migraine, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, muscular dystrophy, and peripheral neuropathy are some common conditions in this vast and complex field. To get rid of these, visit the best neurology hospital in Jaipur.

The Neurologist at the neurology hospital in Jaipur will review your symptoms in-depth and ask you about any associated medical conditions that you may have. He will then proceed to do a detailed examination including a thorough assessment of the nervous system. The neurologist may order some investigations to arrive at a definitive diagnosis. Thereafter the plan of management, prognosis, and follow-up visits will be discussed with you at length.

Rapid advances in the understanding of neurological disorders have translated into a highly effective treatment for almost all neurological conditions. Rapid strides in neuro-diagnostics have enabled early diagnosis and vastly improved outcomes.

While the cure for Parkinson's is still not available. The treatment of Parkinson's disease includes a combination of medications and rehabilitation therapy that help manage the symptoms.

  • Medications work by mimicking dopamine and preventing its breakdown in the brain. 

  • Deep brain stimulation is an experimental treatment with electrodes implanted into specific brain areas to help manage some symptoms. 

  • Rehabilitation therapies include physical therapy exercises that improve balance, strength, flexibility and coordination.

Many people with Dementia do eventually get better, but it is essential to understand that many Dementia conditions are not reversible.

Dementia causes memory loss, confusion, and difficulty thinking clearly. It is essential to see a neurologist for treatment options and support.

Neurological condition symptoms that need immediate medical attention are:

  • Unbearable headache

  • Severe back pain or abdominal pain

  • Seizures

  • Loss of consciousness

  • Extreme confusion or disorientation that lasts more than 30 minutes

  • Uncontrollable tremors or muscle twitches,

  • Loss of movement


Yes, Manipal Hospitals has an advanced NABL-accredited laboratory. 


Contact us to know more about neurological problems, and book an appointment with one of our Neurology specialists today.


Call Us