About Dr. Vijay Sankaran
- Dr. Vijay Sankaran is a dynamic Neurosurgeon practicing successfully for more than 19 years.
- He holds expertise in Spinal stabilization procedures including artificial disc replacements, endoscopic spine surgery, stereotactic neurosurgery, neuronavigation systems, minimally invasive spinal surgery.
- After completing graduate studies from Stanley Medical College & Hospital, Chennai in 1995, he pursued M.Ch. in Neurosurgery from The Tamilnadu Dr.MGR Medical University in 2002.
- He achieved training certification in Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery (MISS) in Munich, Germany.
- He has worked in several Neurological centers in the UK including University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire.
- He is actively associated with various organizations including the Neurological Society of India, TANS, The Society of British Neurological Surgeons (SBNS), NASS - North American Spine Society, Indian Medical Association (IMA), and British Medical Association, UK.
- He is a recipient of various awards and recognitions.
- He has several papers and publications to his credit.
Spinal stabilization procedures including artificial disc replacements Neuronavigation systems Stereotactic Neurosurgery Endoscopic Spine Surgery
List Of Treatments
- Carotid Endarterectomy
- Cerebral Angioplasty
- Cerebral or Brain Aneurysm Treatment
- Endovascular Coiling
- Surgical Clipping
- Temporal Lobectomy
- Corpus Callosotomy
- Vagus Nerve Stimulation
- Multiple Subpial Transections MST
- Microvascular Decompression MVD
- Percutaneous Balloon Compression (PBC)
- Stereotactic Radio Surgery
- Percutaneous Steriotactic Treatment - PSR
- Radiofrequency Rhizotomy - Neurotomy
- Brain Tumor Surgery
- Pineal Region Tumors Treatment
- Gliomas Treatment
- VP Shunting
- Skull Base Surgery
- Sleep Disorders
- Restless Leg Syndrome Treatment
- Narcolepsy Treatment
- Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
- Chronic Cerebro Spinal Venous Insufficiency Treatment
- Liberation Treatment
- Sensory Ataxia Treatment
- Pituitary Tumor Treatment
- Paediatric Aneurysm
- Arteriovenous Malformations
- Bell's Palsy Treatment
- Cerebral Angiogram
- Craniotomy Surgery
- Deep Brain Stimulation
- Gamma Knife for AVM or Brain Tumor
- Parkinson's Disease
- Brain Haemorrhage Treatment
- Blood Clot Brain Surgery
- CyberKnife Treatment
- Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment
- Acoustic Neuroma
- Stroke Treatment
- High Cervical Stimulation
- Electrical Cortical Stimulation
- Spinal Cord Stimulation for Pain
- Drug Pump Implantation for Chronic Pain Management
- Sacral Neuromodulation
- Conservative management
- Thecoperitonial shunt
- Microsurgical tumor removal
- Endoscopic decompression
- Brain AVM Embolization with Onyx
- Deep Brain Stimulation (non-rechargeable)
- Microsurgical repair of encephalocele
- VNS implantation
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Work Experience of Dr. Vijay Sankaran
, University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire
, Royal Preston Hospital
, Hope Hospital, Manchester
Dr. Vijay Sankaran's
- MBBS, 1995, Stanley Medical College & Hospital , Chennai
- MCh, 2002, Neurosurgery, The Tamilnadu Dr.MGR Medical University
- Arignar Anna Award By Tamilnadu Government - Member of the Royal college panel for FRCS(Neurosurgery) examinations - 2011
- Cerebrospinal fluid dynamics study in clinical practice - an evaluation of Bolus Lumbar infusion method - Ramesh V G, Vijay Sankaran, Mohan Sampath Kumar M - ‘Pan Arab Journal of Neurosurgery’, October 2005.
- Serial CT scans in the management of head injury patients – Vijay Sankaran, Abirami. V - Indian journal of Trauma, Anaesthesia and Critical Care, February 2004.
- Oligodendroglioma presenting with intradural spinal metastases: an unusual cause of cauda equina syndrome. - Oluwafikayo Fayeye, Vijay Sankaran, Khalid Sherlala, Munchi Choksey - Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 2009
- Traumatic bleeding of spinal angiolipoma presenting with subacute paraparesis—a case report and histopathological aspects. - Vijay Sankaran, Martyn Carey, Amjad Shad - British Journal of Neurosurgery 2010