Dr Manish Taneja
Dr Manish is a neurointerventional specialist with broad ranging experience in assessment and management of neurovascular disorders. He completed medical school from Delhi University in 1993. He did his residency in the UK, and obtained the Certification of Specialist Training in 2005. This was followed by fellowship in vascular and interventional radiology from University Hospital Network, Toronto, Canada. He has also obtained a neurointerventional fellowship degree from University of Washington, Seattle, USA, having worked in the neurosurgical unit at Harborview Medical Centre. He joined Singapore General Hospital as a Consultant in 2006, and moved to private practice in 2012.
He is an expert in performing endovascular and image guided neurointerventional procedures for brain and spine. He has special interest in treatment of brain aneurysms, stroke and vascular malformations.
One of his niche areas of expertise is management of intravascular atherosclerotic disease that is one of the more common cause of stroke in our local and regional population.
Another area of his expertise is interventional management of pain, and he offers a range of treatment options for spine pain done under ultrasound and CT guidance with potentially improved accuracy and efficacy.
Dr Manish has performed and proctored cases in many countries including the United Kingdom, Canada, USA, Singapore, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Thailand and Hong Kong.
He is also well published, with articles in many of the leading peer review journals on procedures that he has performed over the years, and is well regarded internationally in his areas of expertise.