Dr. Gandhi is a board-certified neurosurgeon who is fellowship trained in Cerebrovascular, Endovascular, and Skull Base Neurosurgery. His current areas of interest include traditional and minimally invasive methods of treating complex brain and skull base diseases such as brain tumors, trigeminal neuralgia, and acoustic neuromas (vestibular schwannomas). Dr. Gandhi also treats cerebrovascular disorders of the brain and spine including aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations(avm), and carotid and verterbral artery stenosis predominantly minimally invasively with no incision. Dr. Gandhi also applies advanced technology and minimally invasive techniques to treat spinal disease.
Dr. Gandhi completed his undergraduate training in Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University and medical school at St. George’s University. Followed by his residency training at Albany Medical Center and then by an Endovascular Neurosurgery fellowship where he learned minimally invasive techniques for treating vascular disease of the brain and spine. He then moved to Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine Institute where he completed another fellowship in Cerebrovascular and Skull Base Neurosurgery.
Dr. Gandhi practices at Orlando Neurosurgery, with seven offices in Central Florida. Dr. Gandhi is a medical director and part of an elite neurosurgical team at the AdventHealth Neuroscience Institute. This team has privileges and performs procedures at Orlando Regional Medical Center and Osceola Regional Center.
Tailoring an optimized treatment for each patient is central to Dr. Gandhi’s approach. “There are never two patients who are the same whether it is a brain tumor, trigeminal neuralgia, or a spinal problem. Our goal is to find the least invasive way to treat your problem, often avoiding surgery all together.”
Dr Gandhi offers insightful and easy to understand resources for those impacted by Cerebrovascular, Endovascular, Skull Base, and Spinal disorders, and diseases on his blog.