MBBS, MD - Medicine, DM - Neurology
Director - Institute of Neurosciences
30 Years of Experience, 1 Awards Neurologist
Dr. Arun Garg is the Director of Institute of Neurosciences at Medanta Medicity. His primary focus is treatment of stroke. Dr. Garg also specializes in neuro-rehabilitation, occupational therapy, and stroke prevention. He is known for introducing thrombolysis during acute stroke in Northern India and developing the entire neurological department at Max Hospital. Dr Arun Garg has worked at Swai Man Singh Jaipur University medical college and hospital and institute of Human behavior and Allied Sciences, New Delhi.
Dr. Arun Garg has completed his MBBS from Swai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur; after completing his graduation, the doctor went on to do MD in Medicine from the same college. He later also pursued specialization in neurology by enrolling for DM in Neurology from the same institution. He is also the member of medical societies and associations like Indian Academy of Neurology, Delhi Neurology Association, Indian Medical Association, Delhi Medical Council, and many more.
Dr. Arun Garg pioneered the role of thrombolysis in Acute Stroke in this part of the country and his interest also lies in Neuro-rehabilitation, Occupational therapy, and stroke prevention. His passion for stroke has taken him to UMASS, MA, USA and he have tied up with them for stroke prevention/education/ treatment/Rehabilitation/ latest Research.
Medical School & Fellowships
MBBS - Swai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur , 1986
MD - Medicine - Swai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur , 1989
DM - Neurology - Swai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur , 2002
Member - Indian Academy of Neurology
Member - Delhi Neurology Association
Member - Indian Medical Association
Member - Delhi Medical Council
MD - East Delhi Physician Association
Medanta , The Medicity
Institute of Neurosciences
Max Hospital, Patparganj
Swai Man Singh Medical College and Hospital, Jaipur
Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences, New Delhi
Lifetime Achievement Award
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