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Dr. Manish Mahajan

Senior Consultant Neurologist & Head Neuro Immunology

MBBS, MD (Medicine), DNB (Neurology)

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Dr. Manish Mahajan, a distinguished specialist in the field of neurology, possesses over 21 years of extensive experience. His remarkable journey in the medical realm began with the attainment of his MBBS degree from Govt Medical College Patiala in 2002. Continuing his pursuit of knowledge, he pursued MD in General Medicine from the same institution in 2009, further augmenting his expertise. To further specialize in neurology, he obtained DNB in Neurology from Govt Medical College Patiala in 2013. He is best Neurology Doctor in Gurgaon

Dr. Manish Mahajan’s knowledge and proficiency extend to the captivating domain of Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology. With his exceptional skills and passion for providing exceptional healthcare, he currently dedicates his services to the esteemed D Mettle Clinique. Situated at 303 A, 3rd Floor, Unitech Arcadia, South City II, Sector 49, Gurgaon, Haryana 122018, this medical establishment serves as the platform for Dr. Mahajan’s unwavering commitment to patient well-being.

Now is the perfect time to seize the opportunity and book your appointment with Dr. Manish Mahajan, a compassionate and highly skilled professional in the field of neurology. Don’t miss the chance to receive top-notch medical care from an expert who blends scientific excellence with genuine care and concern for each patient’s unique needs.


Multiple Sclerosis & Neuro Immunology


Hindi, English 


  • 1. EDSS-certified examiner
  • 2. Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) certified user
  • 3. Medidata Rave Certified Principal Investigator


1. MBBS – Govt Medical College Patiala – 2002

2. MD (Gen Medicine) – Govt Medical College Patiala – 2009

3. DNB (Neurology) – Govt Medical College Patiala – 2013


  1. Acute Spinal Cord Treatment
  2. Alzheimer’s Treatment
  3. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Treatment
  4. Ataxia Treatment
  5. Bell’s Palsy Treatment
  6. Brain Tumors Treatment
  7. Cerebral Aneurysm Treatment
  8. Epilepsy and Seizures Treatment
  9. Guillain-Barré Syndrome Treatment
  10. Headache Treatment
  11. Head Injury Treatment
  12. Hydrocephalus Treatment
  13. Lumbar Disk Disease (Herniated Disk) Treatment
  14. Meningitis Treatment
  15. Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
  16. Muscular Dystrophy Treatment
  17. Neurocutaneous Syndromes Treatment
  18. Parkinson’s Treatment
  19. Stroke (Brain Attack) Treatment
  20. Cluster Headache Treatment
  21. Tension Headache Treatment
  22. Migraine Headache Treatment
  23. Encephalitis Treatment
  24. Septicemia Treatment
  25. Muscular Dystrophy and Neuromuscular Treatment
  26. Myasthenia Gravis Treatment


Active Member of the following bodies:

  1. Indian Academy of Neurology (IAN) – Life membership
  2. Neuroimmunology & Movement Disorder subsections of IAN
  3. American Academy of Neurology (AAN) since 2015
  4. European Academy of Neurology (EAN) since 2018
  5. International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS)
  6. Indian Association of Physicians (API) Life membership


  1. Bronze Medal in Pharmacology, 1999
  2. Dr. A. D. Sehgal Award for the Best Resident-Neurology, 2012
  3. The travel grant award for MDS-AOS Basic and Clinical Science School, and MDS- AOS Treatment for Advanced Parkinson’s Disease from August 8-10, 2019 in Seoul, South Korea.

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Patient Testimonials

Nirav Anand

Dr. Manish Mahajan is undeniably the best neurology doctor in Gurgaon. His knowledge and experience are unmatched.

Sabita Arora

I am grateful to have found Dr. Manish Mahajan. He is a true expert in his field, and his care has changed my life.

Sabita Arora

I am grateful to have found Dr. Manish Mahajan. He is a true expert in his field, and his care has changed my life.

Indrajeet Singh

The care and attention I received from Dr. Manish Mahajan were exceptional. He is undoubtedly the best neurologist in Gurgaon.

Udit Bakshi

Dr. Manish Mahajan expertise and dedication to his patients are truly remarkable. He is a lifesaver!

Ekta Bedi

I highly recommend Dr. Manish Mahajan to anyone seeking a neurology in Gurgaon. He is simply the best.

Gulzar Akhtar

The care I received from Dr. Manish Mahajan was outstanding. He is without a doubt the best neurologist in Gurgaon.

Jaanvi Gupta

Dr. Manish Mahajan's commitment to his patients' well-being is evident in the quality of care he provides. The best neurology doctor in Gurgaon.

Hameeda Rahim

I can't thank Dr. Manish Mahajan enough for his excellent care. He truly deserves the title of the best neurologist in Gurgaon.

Raashid Badie

I can't thank Dr. Manish Mahajan enough for his exceptional care. He is truly the best neurology doctor in Gurgaon.

Pawan Verma

I feel lucky to have Dr. Manish Mahajan as my neurologist. He is the best neurologist in Gurgaon, no doubt about it.

Rajendra Prasad

Choosing Dr. Manish Mahajan as my neurologist was the best decision I've made. He is the finest in Gurugram.

Mahtab Qadir

I can confidently say that Dr. Mahajan is the best neurology doctor in Gurgaon. His expertise and care are unmatched.

Tejasvi Kapoor

I can't thank Dr. Mahajan enough for his excellent care. He truly deserves the title of the best neurologist in Gurgaon.

Best Neurologist In Gurgaon


Neurology is the branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of all categories of conditions and disease involving the brain, the spinal cord and the peripheral nerves. Neurological practice relies heavily on the field of neuroscience, the scientific study of the nervous system.

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  • Acute spinal cord injury (SCI) arises from traumatic incidents causing bruising, partial tears, or complete tears to the spinal cord. SCI stands as a prevalent contributor to permanent disability and fatalities among both children and adults.
  • Alzheimer's disease stands as the prevalent form of dementia, commencing with mild memory impairment and potentially progressing to an inability to engage in conversations and respond to the surroundings. This condition primarily affects the brain regions responsible for cognition, memory, and language.
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a progressive nervous system disorder that impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, leading to a loss of muscle control. It typically starts with symptoms such as muscle twitching, weakness in limbs, difficulty swallowing, and slurred speech, eventually affecting essential functions like movement, speech, eating, and breathing. Although the exact cause remains unknown, some cases are hereditary. Sadly, there is currently no cure for ALS, making it a fatal condition.
  • A brain tumor is an abnormal growth of cells that can occur in or near the brain. Brain tumors can originate within the brain (primary) or spread to the brain from other parts of the body (secondary or metastatic). There are various types of primary brain tumors, including noncancerous (benign) tumors that may gradually grow and exert pressure on brain tissue, and malignant tumors (brain cancers) that grow rapidly and can invade and damage brain tissue. Brain tumors can also develop in nearby areas such as nerves, the pituitary gland, the pineal gland, and the brain's protective membranes.
  • Bell's palsy is a perplexing condition characterized by the sudden emergence of facial muscle weakness or paralysis that progressively worsens over a span of 48 hours. This condition stems from damage to the seventh cranial nerve, also known as the facial nerve. Typically, individuals experience pain and discomfort concentrated on one side of the face or head. It's important to note that Bell's palsy can affect individuals of all ages.
  • Ataxia refers to a condition characterized by a loss of coordination, resulting in diminished muscle control within the limbs, potentially leading to issues such as balance deficits, coordination challenges, and difficulties with walking. Ataxia can impact various body parts, including fingers, hands, arms, legs, the torso, speech, and even eye movements.
  • Headaches are characterized by pain in different areas of the head. They can manifest on one or both sides of the head, be localized to specific regions, radiate from a central point, or have a tightening sensation. Headaches can present as sharp, throbbing, or dull aches.
  • Head injuries encompass conditions such as concussions, skull fractures, and scalp wounds. These injuries can be categorized as either closed or open. In the case of a closed head injury, there is no skull fracture. Conversely, an open (penetrating) head injury occurs when an object penetrates both the scalp and skull, impacting the brain.
  • Meningitis, an inflammation of the membranes encasing the brain and spinal cord, typically results from infections. This condition is potentially life-threatening, necessitating prompt medical attention. Meningitis can stem from various sources, including different types of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites, with many of these infections being transmissible between individuals.
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a potentially disabling condition affecting the central nervous system, comprising the brain and spinal cord. MS involves an immune system response targeting the protective nerve fiber covering, known as myelin, leading to disruptions in communication between the brain and the body.
  • Muscular dystrophy is a group of diseases that cause progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass. In muscular dystrophy, abnormal genes (mutations) interfere with the production of proteins needed to form healthy muscle. There are many kinds of muscular dystrophy.
  • Parkinson's disease is a progressive neurological disorder impacting the nervous system and bodily functions regulated by these nerves. Its symptoms typically manifest gradually, often commencing with a subtle tremor in a single hand, although it can also lead to stiffness or a reduction in movement speed.
  • A tension-type headache (TTH) is a common, mild to moderate head pain resembling a tight band around the head. Its causes are not well-known, but treatments exist. Managing TTH involves a balance of healthy habits, non-drug therapies, and proper medication use.
  • Myasthenia gravis (MG) is a chronic autoimmune condition where antibodies disrupt nerve-muscle communication, leading to skeletal muscle weakness. This disorder predominantly impacts voluntary muscles, including those governing the eyes, mouth, throat, and limbs.
  • Neuromuscular disorders encompass conditions impacting nerves, muscles, or the neuromuscular junction, where nerve signals connect with muscles. Muscular dystrophy, a cluster of inherited diseases, results in muscle weakness and progressive muscle tissue degeneration. Various forms of muscular dystrophy exist, each with distinct characteristics.
  • Septicemia, also known as sepsis, is the medical term for a bacterial infection that affects the bloodstream. It represents the body's most severe reaction to an infection. When sepsis advances to septic shock, the mortality rate can reach up to 50%, varying based on the specific type of bacteria causing the infection.
  • An intracranial aneurysm, also known as a cerebral aneurysm or brain aneurysm, refers to an enlargement originating from a weakened section of a blood vessel wall within the brain. When a brain aneurysm enlarges, and the vessel wall becomes excessively thin, it can lead to a rupture, causing bleeding in the vicinity of the brain.
  • Epilepsy, a brain disorder, is marked by recurrent seizures, which are abrupt changes in behavior caused by temporary disruptions in the brain's electrical activity. Typically, the brain consistently produces small electrical signals in a well-organized manner.
  • Guillain-Barre (gee-YAH-buh-RAY) syndrome is a rare condition characterized by an autoimmune response targeting the nerves, with initial symptoms often manifesting as weakness and tingling in the hands and feet. These sensations can rapidly progress, ultimately resulting in full-body paralysis.
  • A migraine is a prevalent neurological condition that manifests with a range of symptoms, with the most prominent being an intense, pulsating headache typically affecting one side of the head. Migraines often exacerbate with physical exertion, exposure to bright lights, loud noises, or strong odors, and they can persist for a duration of at least four hours, and sometimes even span several days.
  • Lumbar disc disease arises due to structural alterations in the typical disc composition. Typically, disc-related issues are associated with the natural aging process and the degeneration of these discs over time. However, in some cases, significant injuries can lead to disc herniation, and such injuries can exacerbate an existing herniated disc.
  • Hydrocephalus is a neurological condition resulting from an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain's deep ventricles, leading to the dangerous expansion of these cavities and increased pressure on brain tissues.
  • A stroke, often known as a 'brain attack,' constitutes a critical medical emergency triggered by a sudden disruption of blood flow to the brain. There are two primary types of strokes: Ischemic Stroke, which is the most prevalent, accounting for approximately 85% of cases, and Hemorrhagic Stroke, caused by the rupture or leakage of a blood vessel in the brain, resulting in bleeding within or around brain tissue.
  • Cluster headaches, characterized by excruciating pain, typically manifest in clusters, or recurring bouts of intense attacks. These severe headaches have the potential to rouse individuals from their sleep, generating severe pain in or around a single eye on one side of the head. Cluster periods can persist for weeks to months.
  • Neurocutaneous syndromes are lifelong disorders impacting the brain, spinal cord, organs, skin, and bones. These conditions can result in the growth of tumors in these regions and may lead to additional issues like hearing impairment, seizures, and developmental challenges.
  • Encephalitis, or inflammation of the brain, can result from various causes, such as viral infections, autoimmune inflammation, bacterial infections, insect bites, and more. When the inflammation stems from a brain infection, it is referred to as infectious encephalitis.

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