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Vejthani Center of Excellence in Neuroscience

Recognized as a Forefront Center of Excellence in Neuroscience in Thailand

Our expertise in Neuroscience

Shows our commitment to providing integrated care throughout the entire process for
Highly specialized brain and nerve treatment, from pre-surgery to post-surgery,
Ensuring your seamless transition back to your everyday life.

Unsure About Your Diagnosis? Get a Second Opinion at Vejthani Neuroscience Center.

Wondering if there are other treatment options available? Vejthani Hospital provides a comprehensive second opinion for your neurological conditions.

Here’s what sets Vejthani apart:

  • Expert Neurologists: Our team of highly skilled neurologists will meticulously review your recent medical reports and medical history.
  • Personalized Treatment Plans: Based on the medical reports you provided, they will evaluate your condition and get back to you with a clear and customized treatment plan, along with the doctor’s profile and detailed procedure.
  • Dedicated Patient Care: Our international patient care team is available to answer any questions you may have and help you schedule your visit or telemedicine consultation. We also have native speakers of 9 languages to ensure smooth communication between you and the doctor.
  • Convenience & Flexibility: Don’t have to travel right away. We offer telemedicine consultations, in which you can clarify your concerns directly with the doctor through a secure video call from anywhere in the world.

Vejthani understands that neurological conditions and the potential need for neurosurgery can cause significant anxiety as you seek answers. Our Second Opinion program is dedicated to addressing this concern promptly, offering you reassurance and peace of mind.




Neuro Surgeons


The Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) forges a powerful collaboration of specialists from each subspecialty in neuroscience. The specialists thoroughly analyze each patient’s data to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses each patient’s specific needs, depending on their medical condition.

At Vejthani Hospital’s Neuroscience Center, specialists from various fields come together weekly for the “Vejthani Tumor Board Conference.” The conference is designed to share insights and expertise on each patient’s medical concern, ensuring the best care. The team has in-depth discussions about the advantages, disadvantages, and anticipated outcomes of each treatment option. This leads to a well-rounded perspective, ensuring all potential risks and benefits are considered before choosing the course of action. Following the conference, the doctors directly explain the selected treatment plan to the patients and their families. This transparency encourages patients to participate in their care, making informed decisions about their health. MTD approach can expedite the treatment process and facilitate a smoother path toward patient recovery.

24 Hours Service

We understand that neurological concerns can arise at any time. That’s why we offer comprehensive 24/7 support for patients seeking top neurological care. We are available to receive critical cases regardless of the time.

  • Seamless Communication: Our international patient care team is available around the clock to answer your initial inquiries and guide you through the process.
  • Insurance Assistance: Our medical coordination division can coordinate with your insurance company before treatment, ensuring a smooth transition.
  • Expert Neuro Specialists: Our highly skilled neuro specialists are available to accept patients at any time, providing prompt and expert care.
  • Dedicated Patient Support: Our team goes beyond answering questions. We handle all arrangements for your visit, making your journey as stress-free as possible.

Specialized Neurological Care Experts use collaborative approach to ensure your complete recovery:

  • Neurologists: Our highly trained neurologists conduct in-depth examinations and diagnose neurological conditions.
  • Neurosurgeons: Experts in performing critical neurological surgery
  • Neuroscience Rehabilitation Specialists:
  • Pathologists: Perform biopsy and examine tissue
  • Interventional Radiologists: Using advanced imaging technology, radiologists pinpoint the size, location, and stage of the tumor.
  • Neuroscience Nurse: Our nurses possess specialized training in neurosurgery, providing attentive and compassionate care.
  • Neurological Physiotherapists: Design physical activity programs and help patients with movement restorations.
  • Neuro pharmacists: Administer and manage proper medications for neurological patients.

Advanced Technologies in Neurology

Biplane Digital Subtraction Angiography (Biplane DSA) utilizes less radiation exposure, boasts a quicker procedure duration, and leaves no scars or minimal scarring. This approach minimizes complications and promotes faster patient recovery.
A Hybrid Operating Room (Hybrid OR) is a cutting-edge surgical suite that seamlessly integrates advanced medical imaging technology with surgical equipment, including angiography machines, computer navigation systems, and endoscopic surgical tools. Surgeons can perform medical procedures with greater accuracy.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an imaging technique that produces precise images of the interior anatomy using electromagnetic waves. It is a wide tunnel with a reduced noise system and an air coil that has a large signal receptor but weighs less, resulting in high-quality images.
Computed Tomography (CT scan) is a diagnostic test that uses X-ray images to create detailed cross-sectional pictures of the bones, blood vessels, and tissues in the body. It’s equivalent to a high-tech X-ray that gives doctors a much clearer view of the internal body compared to a flat X-ray image.
Neuronavigation is a technology that helps surgeons visualize the anatomy of a patient’s brain and determine the urgent condition in real-time during surgery. This technology minimizes the likelihood of nerve damage during surgical procedures, enhancing safety and precision.

Traditional brain surgery often requires significant incisions. Vejthani offers a minimally invasive alternative: microscope and endoscopic neurosurgery. Endoscopy utilizes a thin, flexible tube equipped with a lens and light source. This tube acts like a miniature camera, inserted through a small opening or natural cavity (like a nostril) in the head. The endoscope transmits magnified, real-time video to a monitor. The surgeons use this magnified view to visualize the surgical site with exceptional precision.

Surgical microscopes are used to view the surgical area and intricate brain structures to perform various surgical procedures with utmost accuracy. The microscope surgery can be used to perform a wide range of neurological procedures:

  • Repairing Brain aneurysm
  • Tumor resections
  • Treating arteriovenous malformation (AVM)
  • Cerebral artery bypass surgery
  • Epilepsy surgery
  • Spine surgery

Microscope surgery is designed with innovative, integrative technologies that enhance the surgeon’s visual capabilities through augmented reality. For instance, in vascular surgery, augmented reality (AR) fluorescence enables neurosurgeons to visualize blood flow vividly in real-time.

Adult Neurology

  • Stroke and Cerebrovascular disorders
  • Headache, Migraine and Facial Pain
  • Dizziness and Syncope
  • Dementia, Cognitive and Behavioral Disorders
  • Parkinson’s disease and Movement disorders
  • Peripheral Nerve disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Epilepsy

Neuro Surgery

  • Brain Tumors and Skull Base Surgery
  • Cerebrovascular Surgery
  • Chronic Pain and Spasticity
  • Peripheral Nerve Surgery
  • Epilepsy Surgery
  • Hydrocephalus / NPH
  • Brain Injury 

Pediatrics Neurology

  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Pediatric Epilepsy 
  • Congenital Brain disorders
  • Neuromuscular disorders
  • Abnormal movement disorders
  • Neurogenetic diseases

Advanced Neuro Rehabilitation

  • Adult Neuro Rehabilitation
  • rTMS / PMS for NeuroRecovery
  • Robotic Assisted Training Center
  • Intensive Rehabilitation Program for Stroke / SCI / TBI
  • Intensive Rehabilitation Program for Parkinson’s Disease, Movement disorders 
  • Intensive Rehabilitation Program for Cognitive Impairment / Dementia / Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Pediatric Neuro Rehabilitation

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