PSRI announces addition of Institute of Neurosciences
The hospital has appointed Dr Shamsher Dwivedee as the Director of Neurosciences
Pushpawati Singhania Research Institute (PSRI) multi-specialty hospital has announced the addition of Institute of Neurosciences and appointment of Dr Shamsher Dwivedee as the Director of Neurosciences. The new neurology department is equipped with modern facilities and advanced infrastructure to provide holistic patient-care and appropriate diagnosis for patients suffering from neurological disorders. Dr Dwivedee will be heading the clinical team of neurologists and neurosurgeons of the hospital.
PSRI’s clinical team for institute of Neurosciences includes Dr Amit Srivasatava, Senior Consultant, Neurology, Dr Anurag Mahajan, Senior Consultant Physician, Head Intensive Care, and Dr Rahul Jain, Consultant, Neurosurgery. The department will include treatment of diseases ranging from epilepsy, Parkinson’s, acute stroke programme, neuro-oncology and many more. The department and the team is committed in providing world-class treatment and contemporary diagnosis-approach and has adopted a patient-centric approach regarding line of treatments.
Commenting on the development, Dr Dipak Shukla, CEO, PSRI multi-specialty hospital, said, “The institute of Neurosciences” reaffirms our commitment to provide best in class healthcare services of highest standards to patients.With this additions, we aim to provide advanced technology and develop for excellence for the neurological treatment. We are delighted to have Dr Shamsher Dwivedee as our Director for Institute of Neurosciences leading the team of neurologists and neuro surgeons. The immense knowledge and vast experience of Dr. Dwivedee will help to get best results for the patients and guide the team to bring innovation in the treatment of neuro related disorders.
Dr Dwivedee joined PSRI bringing in extensive experience in the field of Neuroscience to the hospital. He has done the highest number of clinical trials in India in the field of Neurology for various neurological disorders. In 1998, he did the first thrombolysis in stroke treatment in India and used Botox for the first time in India for post stroke spasticity in year 2000. Dr Dwivedee was involved in establishing full-fledged neurological department for renowned hospitals in Delhi. He has completed his DM (Neurology) training from King George’s Medical College, Lucknow in 1995.