Dr. Naresh Panwar

Consultant - Neurosurgery Institute of Neurosciences



An accomplished Neurosurgeon with experience of more than 8 years

Performed functional Neurosurgery, Deep brain Stimulation DBS

Previously worked at Fortis and Asian Hospital New Delhi

Dr. Naresh Panwar with 8+ years of experience in treating a variety of Neurological disorders and Spine diseases, trained at different premier institutes of the country. He received his basic General Surgery training from prestigious King’s George Medical University Lucknow and thereafter got training of neurosurgery from SMS Medical College Jaipur. After training at various centers, he worked at Fortis Escorts heart institute New Delhi and Asian institute of Medical sciences Delhi NCR, where he did some different surgeries apart from
routine neurosurgical practices like functional brain surgeries for difficult neurological problems like advanced parkinsonian, dorsal cord stimulator (DCS). Dr. Panwar has multiple national and international publications along with several paper presentation at various conferences.

Medical Qualifications

M.ch NeurosurgerySMS Medical college & Hospital Jaipur,2018
M S (General Surgery)King’s George Medical University (KGMU) Lucknow,2014
M.B.B.S.GSVM Medical College Kanpur,2009

Specialization and Expertise

  • Skull base Surgery
  • Neuro endoscopy
  • Minimally invasive Spine Surgery
  • Cerebro-vascular Neurosurgery

Memberships & Certifications

  • Neurological Society of India
  • Neurotrauma Society of India
  • European Association of Neurological Societies


  • Panwar N,Agrawal M, Sinha VD,Post Cranioplasty Quantitative Assessment of Intracranial Fluid Dynamics and Its Impact on Neurocognition- Cranioplasty Effect: A pilot study – World Neurosurgery (2019) Volume 122 ;96-107. :   1,
  • Panwar N, Purohit DK, Sinha VD, Joshi M,-Evaluation of extent and pattern of neurocognitive functions in mild and moderate traumatic brain injury patients by using Montreal cognitive assessment (MoCA) score as a screening tool: An Observational study from India - Asian Journal of Psychiatry 2019;41:60-65. :   2,
  • Panwar N, Purohit DK, Sharma S, Chopra S. Symptomatic thoracic intramedullary arachnoid cyst: “A rare entity’’ report of two cases with short review of literature. J Neurosci Rural Pract 2019 ;10:306-11 :   3,
  • Panwar N,Agrawal M,Agrawal G, Sinha VD, Isolated Fourth Ventricle Hemorrhage “Think beyond intracranial sources"unusual presentation of lumbosacral spinal AVM.Romanian Neurosurgery 2019(XXX1) :   4,
  • Panwar N, Sharma S, Purohit DK. Primary Intracranial Intra Axial Ewing’s Sarcoma: A Rare Case Report with Unusual Location & Short Review on Literature. Clin Surg. 2018; 3 :   5,