Neuroaxis derives its name from the word neuraxis which means ‘the axis of the central nervous system’. Our practice “Neuroaxis” provides care for medical conditions arising from the structures that form the neuraxis.
We are known globally for our pioneering breakthroughs in treatments. Our team-oriented environment encourages diverse viewpoints and collaboration. Not to mention that our neurosurgeons have been involved in world-first research and trial including the implantation of stem cells to treat the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
Our team of medical professionals provide high quality care for patients with the most complex of conditions. We’ll listen and ensure you are comfortable with the different treatment options available. While our team will plan and coordinate your care to ensure the best possible outcome.
We acknowledge that care needs to be accessible. This is why our doctors treat at multiple locations across Victoria. While our head office is in North Melbourne we consult in Geelong, Ballarat, Mount Waverley, Werribee and Box Hill. Our doctors also speak a number of languages including English, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Mandarin, Malay and Greek.
The Neuroaxis team are at the forefront of innovative surgical solutions. And it doesn’t go unnoticed. Our doctors have been covered extensively in the media for using stem cells in the trial for Parkinson’s disease and the use of 3D printed equipment.
Our team of neurosurgeons, pain physicians and doctors provide solutions to treat a variety of complex medical conditions. We pioneer the use of minimally invasive procedures to greatly reduce recovery times and optimise your health. We provide the most advanced care in treating brain and spine conditions as well as movement disorders, peripheral neuropathy and cerebrovascular diseases.
Mr Lau grew up in Malaysia before migrating to New Zealand. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Otago in 1996. After which, he worked as a junior doctor and surgical trainee at hospitals in Dunedin and Wellington.
Dr Harry Sivakumar has had just a decade in the medical field where he has developed a special interest in the management of complex post-surgical pain which led him to pursue a subspecialty of pain medicine.
Mr. Alexios Adamides is an expert in the management of brain, spine and nerve conditions. Mr Adamides completed his medical studies in the United Kingdom in 2000. He then undertook neurosurgical training in Australia and is now part of Neuroaxis. In 2012, he became a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
Dr Amit Ganguly has cultivated a keen interest in acute, transitional, and chronic post-surgical and trauma pain. Along with predictive factors leading to morbidity, chronicity, and disability through his engagement at a Level 1 trauma centre.