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About Doctor

About Dr. Harish R Naik

M.B.B.S, M.S.(General Surgery)
M.Ch. Neurosurgery
Consultant Brain & Spine Surgeon

Dr. Harish R Naik is a young and dynamic neurosurgeon who is rendering his services in Navi Mumbai. He has an experience of more than 10 years in the treatment of numerous Brain and Spine problems.

He is an expert in performing surgeries on Brain and Spine through both open and minimal access techniques. He graduated from the prestigious Grant Medical College and J.J Hospitals, Mumbai which has produced many eminent neurosurgeons.

He is a meticulous surgeon and keeps a thorough follow-up of all the patients who consult him. He is a keen learner and is up to date with all the new nuances in the field of neurosurgery. He has also undergone training in Deep Brain Stimulation for movement disorders at King's College Hospital, London.

Dr. Harish is also actively involved in various medical camp organised at local and national levels. He has been projecting his work through numerous papers and talks at various National and International conferences across the country. Apart from this he is also an enthusiastic teacher and has been instrumental in organising cadaveric workshops at his hospital for the training of young neurosurgeons.

Medical Qualifications

  • M.B.B.S-K.I.M.S, Hubli
  • M.S. (General Surgery)-G.M.C, Nagpur
  • M.Ch Neurosurgery - Grant Medical College and J.J Hospitals, Mumbai. Trained under Prof. Dr. Vernon Velho and Prof. Dr.D.A.Palande


  • Associate Professor in Dept. Of Neurosurgery at J.J hospital, Mumbai
  • 2016-2018: Assistant Professor in Dept. of Neurosurgery at J.J Hospital, Mumbai
  • February 2018 : Training in Deep Brain Stimulation and Functional Neurosurgery at King’s College and Hospital, London
  • Performed numerous routine and emergency cranial and spinal surgeries, trained post-graduate students in neurosurgical procedures.
  • Presented various papers in National and International conferences with more than 20 publications in Indexed Journals
  • Organised Cadaveric Workshops in surgeries of Skull Base, Epilepsy, Endoscopic approaches to skull base, Brachial Plexus


  • Excellent surgical techniques for all brain tumors, with an emphasis on Microscopic Neurosurgery.
  • Endoscopic Brain Surgeries for Pituitary gland tumors, Pineal tumours.
  • Brain Aneurysm clipping
  • Intracerebral bleeds and Stroke
  • Spine surgeries (Spine Fractures, spinal cord Tumours, Disc prolapse, Spondylosis, Canal stenosis, spine tuberculosis, CV Junction anomalies)
  • Pediatric Neurosurgical cases like Brain tumours, tethered cord, hydrocephalus
  • Craniotomy for head injuries (Subdural hematoma, Extradural hematoma, Depressed Fractures)

Publications In Indexed Journals

  • Unravelling hitherto unreported masses camouflaged as Pituitary Macroadenomas: Asian Journal Of Neurosurgery 2017
  • Lateral Semi-sitting Position: A Novel method of Patient’s Head positioning in suboccipital retrosigmoid approaches: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery 2018
  • Management of Cranial vault Encephaloceles: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery 2017
  • Parafalcine Chondrosarcoma: Unusual Localisation for a classical variant.Indian Journal of Neurosurgery.April 2018
  • Anaplastic astrocytoma and pituitary adenoma in same patient: Neurology of India 2018
  • Large intradiploic Growing skull fracture of posterior fossa with syringomyelia:Asian Journal of Neurosurgery, April 2018
  • Sciatic Nerve schwannoma: A Rare case, Neurology India 2018
  • Unusual Case of Midline Middle Skull Base Lymphoma Mimicking as Invasive Pituitary Adenoma. Indian Journal of Neurosurgery. April 2017.
  • Multicentric Hemangiopericytoma of Posterior Fossa: A Rare Case and Review of Literature. Indian J Neurosurg. May 2017. DOI
  • Black brain caused by primary intracranial malignant melanoma.Neurol India 2016;64:193-4.
  • Role of Indigo cyanin Green angiography in aneurysm surgery.(Journal of Cerebrovascular surgery 2017)
  • Management Strategies for Growing Skull Fractures: A Single Center Experience Indian J Neurotrauma 2016;13:7–10. DOI: 10.1055/s-0036-1583266.
  • Mature cystic teratoma of dorsal spinal cord in adult: An unusual lesion.DOI: 10.4103/1793-5482.1811-2.
  • Anticoagulant induced spontaneous spinal epidural hematoma Indian Journal of Neurosurgery; Vol. 3,Issue 1, January-April ,2014.
  • Pediatric intraventricular B-cell lymphoma and malignant meningioma: A report of two rare cases and review of literature. International Journal of Health and Allied Sciences. 2016, Vol 5 ,Issue 3 , 188-191.
  • Post ventriculo-peritoneal shunt chronic calcified hematoma or an abscess: A dilemma.Neurol India 2015;63:457-8
  • Cerebral exophytic glioma : a rare case. (Indian journal of medical research and pharmaceutical sciences dec 2016)
  • Tectal tuberculoma – An unusual cause of Parinaud’s syndrome – Asian J Neurosurg
  • Parental evaluation of postoperative outcome of circumcision with Plastibell or conventional dissection by dorsal slit technique: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Pediatric Urology 2013, 9 (5): 675-82.
  • Neonatal posterior saggital anorectoplasty for a subset of males with high anorectal malformations.Journal of Indian association of pediatric surgeons 2011,16(4):126-128

Consultant At Hospitals

Medicover Hospitals, Navi Mumbai

Address: Mini, Seashore Rd, Sector 10, Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 400703

Tel:022 3919 9222

Welcare Clinic

Address: Sector 10, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 410210

Tel: 040 6833 4455