DM - Neurology, MD - General Medicine, MBBS
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Dr Akhila Kumar Panda is a renowned neurologist at Odisha. He passed his MBBS from VSS Medical College , Burla, Sambalpur Odisha in 2004. He completed his MD degree in internal medicine from MKCG Medical college, Berhampur university in 2009 with Best student award. He did his Doctorate degree (DM) in Neurology from a neowned neurology center from Institute of human behavior and allied sciences, Delhi University. He was honored with Best DM student at Delhi university. He was working in various India’s prestigious institutions like BLK superficiality Hospital (New Delhi), Tata Main Hospital (Jamshedpur) and AMRI Hospitals (Bhubaneswar) as senior consultant in Department of Neurology. He did his thesis on motor neuron disease with the guidance of Emeritus professor Dr M Gouri Devi, the pioneer of Motor neuron disease in India. He is the reviewer in many international and national Neurology journals including Neurologia Croatica, Journal of Neuroscience in rural practice, Journal of clinical imaging, BMC infectious diseases. He is also an editor in a prestigious journal of APG-Austin Journal of Clinical Case Reports. He is highly academic oriented and involves in many research projects. He is a member of world prestigious Neurology forum like American Academy of Neurology, Indian Academy of Neurology, World stroke Organization. He worked in different field with special interest in motor Neuron disease, movement disorder, Epilepsy. He was heading the stroke team at BLK super specialty Hospital at New Delhi. He has been trained with botulinum toxin injection in various movement disorder as well as migraine. He has been trained from Dr. Andrew Blumenfeld (Headache Center of The Neurology Center of Southern California) for migraine. He is the Director of NEUMED, The Center for Neurology at bhubaneswar as well as currently working at SUM Ultimate Medicare Hospital Bhubaneswar as senior consultant and Head of Department , Neurology. He has many international and national publication to his credit.
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Satisfied with the treatment .I am under the treatment of Dr Pànda for about a year and find improvement in my condition . Look forward for the next appointment .
First of all our doctor is very friendly and very optimistic about the treatment and the we are very happy with the medication and treatment provided.
Dr. AK Panda's atmosphere is friendly and closely to patient . So patient can explain freely his problem .
So fine...I am very much satisfied with interaction...Really he is real hero to find out the problems..prescribed accurate & economic medicines for all groups...I am grateful to him for his noble service...Thank You Sir!
Q: Who is a neurologist?
A: A neurologist is a doctor who is an expert in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of problems that affect the nervous system. They treat disorders, illnesses, and injuries of both the central (the brain and the spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system.
Q: What is the difference between a neurologist and a neurosurgeon?
A: Though a neurologist and neurosurgeon diagnose and treat disorders of the nervous system, a neurologist cannot perform surgery. Hence, if a patient requires surgical treatment for a neurological condition such as tumours or carpal tunnel syndrome, then a neurologist would refer the patient to a neurosurgeon.
Q: What kind of illnesses do neurologists treat?
A: Some illnesses that the neurologist treats are: Neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease Epilepsy Headaches Back pain Brain tumour Multiple sclerosis Injury or infection that affects the brain or spinal cord Peripheral neuropathy (a condition that affects your nerves) Pinched nerves Stroke Tremors
Q: When should one visit a neurologist?
A: You should visit a neurologist if you have: Headaches Numbness or tingling sensation Chronic pain Loss of bladder or bowel function Excessive weakness Difficulty in walking Jerky movements Tremors Confusion Problems with memory Difficulty in sleeping Changes in vision Seizures
Q: Who do neurologists work with?
A: Neurologists usually work with neurosurgeons, whereby they plan surgeries if required for the improvement in the condition of a patient. A neurologist may also teach and conduct research to contribute to the scientific knowledge in neurology.