For diseases affecting the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, the Pediatric Neurology Department at KIMS Cuddles provides top-notch care. All children, from infants to teenagers, can be treated by our team of specialists in medicine.
The department of neurology offers complete care to infants, kids, and teenagers with neurological problems. From simple ailments like migraine or cerebral palsy to more sophisticated and uncommon ones like metabolic disease or neurodegenerative disorders, paediatric neurology covers a wide range of illnesses and disorders.
The mission of KIMS Cuddles is to provide cutting-edge therapies for chronic illnesses and developmental disabilities together with family-centered care. We also offer medical attention and less invasive procedures for acute illnesses and injuries.
Children of all ages may receive thorough treatment and care from the pediatric neurosurgery department at KIMS Cuddles due to its high level of specialization. KIMS Cuddles is one of the few hospitals in the region with pediatric neurosurgeons with the necessary training, skill, and cutting-edge medical equipment to deliver pediatric neurosurgery treatments. The top pediatric neurosurgeons are in service at KIMS Cuddles, which has sophisticated facilities created to meet children's unique requirements. A group of highly qualified nurses and medical specialists support the surgeons. The most excellent care for children is made possible by cutting-edge medical technology, including CT and MRI scanners and pediatric critical care units.
Every medical requirement of the kid is met by the appropriate specialists, including anesthesiologists, neurologists, oncologists, and others, thanks to KIMS Cuddles' multi-disciplinary approach.
The pediatric neurosurgery team at KIMS Cuddles is skilled in treating a variety of illnesses, such as:
- Congenital Malformations
- Epilepsy Surgeries
- Spinal cord and Vertebral column defects
- Nerve Trauma
- Brain and Spine Tumors - Glioma, Ependymoma, Medulloblastoma etc,.
- Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
- Scoliosis Surgery
- Intraoperative MRI
- Navigation Neurosurgeries
- Craniovertebral Anomalies and Chiari Malformations