Dr. Mohsen Alghasi

Neurosurgery specialist

Disc and spine

Cranial base surgery, neuroendoscopy


main services

Endoscopic brain surgery

Spine surgery

Brain surgeries



Dr. Mohsen Alghasi

He is a neurosurgeon and spine surgeon from Iran University of Medical Sciences. He has completed additional courses in the field of advanced brain and skull base tumor surgeries, endoscopic brain surgeries, pediatric neurosurgery and advanced spine surgeries under the supervision of prominent professors and has performed thousands of successful surgeries in the above fields. And they have a brilliant track record in this regard.



Parasite CP tumor

Cerebellar tumor

Pituitary tumor

Skull base surgery

Brain cysts

Meningioma surgery



Cervical Disc

Thoracic disc

Lumbar disc

Spinal cord tumor



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Frequently Asked


Back pain is one of the most common problems that about 85% of people go to the doctor at least once in their lifetime. There are different types of back pain, the most important causes of which are mechanical, inflammatory, and caused by the lumbar disc. Mechanical pains are the most common cause of back pain. Back pain caused by intervertebral disc disease is usually accompanied by symptoms such as shooting pain in the lower limbs and fingers, numbness and tingling, and in some cases, weakness and paralysis of affected limbs.

سیستم ناوبرى یا Navigation یک روش جدید و کاربردى در جراحى مغز است. در این روش به کمک تصاویر MRI و دوربین مادون قرمز موقعیت دقیق تومور مشخص شده و جراح مغز با دقت بیشتر و بدون آسیب به نواحى حساس مغز، تومور را خارج مى کند.

How long can you return to normal life after spine surgery? The recovery period that you will have after surgery depends on the type of surgery, nerve damage caused, occupation, weight and physical condition of your body. Usually, after surgery, there is a need for 1 to 2 days of hospitalization and 1 to 2 weeks of home care. It is recommended not to drive for at least two weeks after surgery. Heavy sports and running should not be done until complete recovery. The average recovery period of people who undergo spine surgery is 6 weeks

Headache is one of the complaints that every person experiences at least once in his lifetime. In most cases, it has a benign cause and does not require any special treatment except for symptomatic treatment. Many people are worried when faced with a headache that this complication may mean that they have a dangerous disease. While the occurrence of headaches is not always serious. Contrary to the belief of many people, most headaches are not caused by a brain tumor. In cases where your headache has one of the following characteristics, be sure to take it seriously and consult your doctor immediately: 1) Any headache that has occurred recently and has no previous history and is unusually severe or lasts for more than a few days. 2) Any type of previous headache that changes its pattern, becomes more severe or does not respond to treatment 3) Any type of headache that has a sudden and severe onset or the patient states that it is “the most severe headache I have ever experienced” 4) Headache that is accompanied by fever, nausea and vomiting, neck pain and stiffness, or general symptoms 5) Headache associated with high blood pressure 6) Headache associated with impaired consciousness 7) Headache that begins at a young age or over 50 years of age. 8) A headache that wakes a person up from sleep or is accompanied by vomiting in the morning. 9) A headache that is accompanied by visual impairment, diplopia, or red eyes. 10) New headache in those who have a history of underlying disease or immunodeficiency. 11) Headache after a head injury. 12) Headache that starts after activity or exercise or worsens with exertion.13) Headache accompanied by weakness or numbness of the face or limbs on one side. 14) Headache accompanied by dizziness or convulsions.