Dr. Ashish, a life member of NSI (Neurological Society Of India) & IMA (Indian Medical Association), has over 5 years of experience as a consultant neurosurgeon.
Dr. Ashish Desai did his neurosurgery training from St. Stephens’ Hospital, New Delhi under the able guidance of Prof. Dr. Sushil Kumar. During residency tenure, he got tremendous exposure to brain and spine surgical cases including trauma, tumors, and vascular cases among others. He has been a Senior Residency Doctor (Neurosurgery) at Dhiraj General Hospital & Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Piparia, Vadodara, a Consultant Neurosurgeon at Parul Sevashram Hospital, Waghodia, Vadodara, and is affiliated with major Corporate Hospitals In Vadodara.
Areas of Expertise
Traumatic Brain Injury
Brain / Spine Trauma Surgery
Brain / Spine Tumour Surgery
IDEM / Intramedullary / Vertebral Body Tumours Surgery
Glioma / Meningioma / Skull Base Tumour Surgery (Acoustic Schwannoma / Pituitary Adenoma etc.)
Hypertensive Bleed / IVH Surgery
Clipping / Coiling of Aneurysm
AVM / AVF Excision / Cervical / Lumbar Disc Surgery
Surgery for Cervical / Lumbar Canal Stenosis
Spine Fusion Surgery
Surgery for Cranio-Vertebral Junction Anomaly (Atalnato-axial Dislocation / Chiari Malformation etc.)
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS)
Surgery for Hydrocephalus
Surgery for Congenital Spinal Malformation (Myelomeningocele / Lipomeningocele / Tethered Cord Syndrome etc.)
Microvascular Decompression for Trigeminal Neuralgia / Hemifacial Spasm
Awards & Accolades
Life Member of NSI (Neurological Society Of India)
Life Member of IMA (Indian Medical Association)
Life Member of Society of Neurosurgery (SON), Gujarat
Over 5 years of experience
Education and Training
Dr. Y R Yadav Fellowship in Endoscopic Neurosurgery
St Stephen's Hospital, New Delhi
Senior Resident Doctor (General Surgery),
GMERS, Gotri, Vadodara
MS (General Surgery),
SSG Hospital and Medical College, Baroda
Medical College, Baroda
Research & Publication
- Intramedullary Teratoma in an adolescent patient, Indian Journal of Neurosurgery.
- Penetrating Stab Injury to the Thoracic Spinal Cord: A Case Report, Indian Journal of Neurotrauma.
- Multiple Spinal Arachnoid Cysts in a child, Pediatric Neurology.
- Traumatic Occlusion of the Middle Cerebral Artery, The Indian Journal of Neurotrauma.