Dr. Harnarayan Singh is a Neurosurgeon and Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeon in Gurgaon, Delhi NCR area. He has successfully operated hundreds of complex brain and spine pathologies.
Video testimonial- Spine tumour surgery Dr. Harnarayan Singh
Video Testimonial of a young patient suffering from tumour in the spinal canal. Patient had a Nerve sheath tumour leading to progressive weakness in both legs and difficulty in standing or walking.
Video Testimonial- Cervical fusion surgery Dr. Harnarayan Singh
A young man from Nigeria suffered from a cervical spine fracture and damage to spinal cord, leading to weakness in all muscles below neck level. A surgery was done to decompress the spinal cord and stabilisation of spine with plate and screws. After surgery and intense rehabilitation, although not completely normal, he could start rebuilding a new life.
Video Testimonial- Cervical disc surgery, Cervical microdiscectomy Dr. Harnarayan Singh
Cervical disc herniations are very common. In standard surgical approaches, the disc is approached through the front of neck and requires Titanium implants. However, newer techniques involves removal of herniated disc fragments without using any implants in selected patients, preserving all neck movements. This is a patient testimonial who underwent one such successful Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery.
Neck back pain is very common. Twenty percent of individuals may experience neck pain at some point of time. Therefore, it is important to understand the causes of neck pain, and ways to prevent or improve it.
Video Testimonial-Meningioma surgery Dr. Harnarayan Singh
A meningioma patient narrating his story. After being diagnosed with a tumour involving the Superior Sagitta sinus, he underwent a successful surgery.
Video Testimonial- Lumbar Disc Surgery Dr. Harnarayan Singh
The journey of a young man experiencing severe symptoms caused by nerve compression from a herniated lumbar disc.
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Low back pain causes and prevention(Hindi) by Dr. Harnarayan Singh
Low back pain is very common. Twenty percent of individuals may experience back pain at some point of time. Therefore, it is important to understand the causes of low back pain, and ways to prevent or improve it.
Sciatica refers to pain along the Sciatic nerve. It can also be called Sciatic nerve pain. Sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in humans. It is formed by the union of nerves coming out of the lumbar spine and goes into the leg to supply the leg muscles and carry sensations from the leg.