Dr Akhila Kumar Panda
Neurologist | Director at NEUMED Center for Neurology
Consultant Neurologist at SUM Ultimate Medicare, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
Qualification: DM – Neurology, MD – General Medicine, and MBBS
Dr. Akhila Kumar Panda is a highly experienced, knowledgeable, and skilled neurologist and the Director of NEUMED, The Centre for Neurology in Bhubaneswar. He is currently working as Senior Consultant & Head of Department, Neurology at SUM Ultimate Medicare Hospital.
Dr. Panda is a topmost neurologist in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He graduated from VSS Medical College, Burla, Sambalpur Odisha in 2004 with MBBS. He got his MD degree in internal medicine from MKCG Medical College, Berhampur in 2009 with a student award. He did his Doctorate (DM) in Neurology from one of the topmost neurology centers in India, IHBAS.
He has already worked in various prestigious medical institutions and hospitals such as BLK superficiality Hospital, Tata Main Hospital, and AMRI Hospitals as Senior Neurology Consultant. He has done his thesis on motor neuron disease under the active guidance of Emeritus professor Dr. M Gouri Devi, the pioneer of Motor Neuron Disease in India. He is regularly contributing articles & newsletters to many national and international journals such as Neurologia Croatica, Journal of clinical imaging, and Journal of Neuroscience in rural practice, and BMC infectious diseases. Presently, he is the editor of the reputed journal of APG-Austin Journal of Clinical Case Reports. He has a strong academic background and continues to be involved in various research projects. He has already worked in various neurological arenas with a prime focus on Motor Neuron disease, movement disorder, and Epilepsy.
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Neurology is a field of medicine dealing with disorders of the brain and related parts. The doctor who treats such a disorder is called a neurologist. A neurologist can help in treating problems such as movement disorders, epilepsy, and atrophy. These disorders do not require surgery and can be improved by medications and changes in daily life.