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Dr. A.K. Roy

Dr. A.K. Roy

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MBBS, MD - Medicine, DM - Neurology




41 Years Experience Overall  (40 years as specialist)

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Dr. A.K. Roy is a Neurologist associated with Manipal Hospital, Bangalore. He has experience in diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the Nervous System. He completed MBBS from Prince of Wales Medical College in Patna, MD-Medicine from Armed Forces Medical College in Pune and DM Neurology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi. Dr. Roy's specialization lies in treating disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord and nerves such as Cerebrovascular disease (stroke, headache disorders and infections of brain) and peripheral nervous system (movement diseases, spinal cord disorders, seizure disorders, Neuro-degenrative disorders and speech & language disorders). Dr. Roy's approach lies in offering his patients compassionate care in addition to the latest treatment options which make all the difference. He further adds that it's very rewarding to be able to offer treatments which make substantial improvement in their day to day lives.

Old Airport Road, Bangalore

Manipal Hospital


98, Kodihalli, Landmark: HAL Bus Stop, Bangalore

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+ 16

Mon - Sat

10:00 - 08:00

Max. 30 mins wait + Verified details

Common questions & answers

Q: Who is a neurologist?

A: A neurologist is a medical expert who treats conditions related to the central and peripheral nervous system, spinal cord and the brain.

Q: What is the difference between a neurologist and a neurosurgeon?

A: Both neurologists and neurologists are trained to diagnose diseases of the nervous system which includes the brain and the spine. However, neurologists do not perform surgery, they can treat with medicines and refer to neurosurgeons.

Q: What kind of illnesses do neurologists treat?

A: Neurologisists commonly treat disorders such as headaches, epilepsy, tremors, sleep disorders, Alzheimer's disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson's disease to name a few.

Q: When should one visit a neurologist?

A: One should visit a neurologist if they have complaints of dizziness, consulvions, repeated headaches, migraines, or problems with vision, memory, gait and movement.

Q: Who do neurologists work with?

A: Neurologists usually work in hospitals, out-patient clinics and some may even have their own private practice. Some neurologists may even be part of a team of physicians and surgeons of other specialities or even engage in research work.


Awards and Recognitions

Health Professional of the year by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England - 2005
Paul Harris Fellow - Rotary International - 2010
Appointed Advisor to Union Public Service Commission, New Delhi, Government of India
Fellow of IAN-2007 by Indian Academy of Neurology - 2007
Fellow of ISAM-2006 by Indian Aerospace Society - 2006


MBBS - Prince of Wales Medical College, Patna, 1969
MD - Medicine - Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune, 1977
DM - Neurology - All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, 1979


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Consultant at Manipal Hospitals
Professor and HOD at St John's Medical College
Visiting Professor at SVIMS
Neurophyisician at Indian Air Force
Visiting Consultant at CSI Hospital


9915 Bihar Medical Council, 1970
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