Dr. Abednego Kinasha

Dr. Abednego Kinasha is a distinguished neurosurgeon based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, renowned for his expertise and dedication to advancing neurological care in the region. With a career of over two decades, Dr. Kinasha has earned a reputation as a leader in his field, known for his surgical skills, clinical understanding, and compassionate patient care. After graduating with top honors from a prestigious medical school, he completed rigorous training in neurosurgery, honing his skills under the mentorship of renowned experts in the field.

As a neurosurgeon, Dr Kinasha specializes in treating various brain and spine conditions, including tumours, trauma, vascular disorders, and degenerative diseases. His commitment to staying at the forefront of medical advancements drives him to seek innovative approaches and techniques to optimize patient outcomes continually. Whether performing complex surgeries or providing conservative management options, Dr. Kinasha approaches each case with precision, empathy, and a dedication to excellence.

Beyond his clinical work, Dr. Kinasha is deeply involved in medical education and research, mentoring aspiring neurosurgeons and contributing to scientific advancements. He participates in national and international conferences, sharing his knowledge and expertise with colleagues and fostering collaboration to improve neurological care worldwide. Additionally, Dr. Kinasha is passionate about community outreach and public health initiatives, advocating for increased access to neurological services and raising awareness about brain and spine disorders.

Dr. Abednego Kinasha’s unwavering commitment to excellence, compassion, and innovation has made him a trusted leader in neurosurgery, transforming the lives of countless patients and shaping the future of neurological care in Tanzania and beyond. His dedication to advancing the field and serving his community exemplifies the highest standards of medical professionalism and underscores his profound impact on healthcare in the region.

Current Workplace

Tanzanite Brain and Spine Centre

  1. Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  2. Specialization: Neurological care for brain and spine conditions
  3. Facilities: State-of-the-art medical equipment and technology
  4. Staff: A highly skilled team of neurosurgeons, neurologists, and support staff
  5. Services: Diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation for neurological disorders
  6. Treatment Options: Advanced imaging techniques, minimally invasive surgeries, rehabilitation programs
  7. Research: Active involvement in neuroscience research and education
  8. Collaboration: Partnerships with local and international institutions
  9. Mission: To provide world-class neurological care with compassion and innovation.

The Tanzanite Brain and Spine Centre in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, provides comprehensive neurological care for patients with brain and spine conditions. With top notch facilities and a highly skilled team of neurosurgeons, neurologists, and support staff, the center offers a long list of services, including diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation. From advanced imaging techniques to minimally invasive surgeries and tailored rehabilitation programs, the center is committed to delivering personalized care to optimize patient outcomes and improve quality of life. With a focus on innovation, research, and collaboration, the Tanzanite Brain and Spine Centre continues redefining standards of neurological care, profoundly impacting the lives of patients and their families.


Private Neurosurgeon, Self-employed:

  • Duration: 14 years 1 month (Nov 2011 – Present)
  • Description: Providing specialized neurosurgical care independently, demonstrating expertise and leadership in the field.

Neurosurgeon, Botswana:

  • Duration: 8 years (Mar 2010 – Feb 2018)
  • Description: Serving as a neurosurgeon in Botswana, contributing to the healthcare system and gaining valuable experience in diverse clinical settings.

Consultant Neurosurgeon, Tanzanite Brain and Spine Centre:

  • Description: Offering expert consultation and surgical services at the Tanzanite Brain and Spine Centre, contributing to the advancement of neurological care in Tanzania.

With over 14 years of experience as a private neurosurgeon and an additional 8 years of service in Botswana, the consultant neurosurgeon at Tanzanite Brain and Spine Centre brings a lot of knowledge to the field of neurosurgery. Having demonstrated proficiency in both independent practice and collaborative healthcare environments, the consultant neurosurgeon is well-equipped to provide best care to patients with complex brain and spine conditions. Their extensive experience not only underscores their clinical proficiency but also reflects their dedication to expanding the field of neurosurgery to bring better patient outcomes. As a valued member of the Tanzanite Brain and Spine Centre team, the consultant neurosurgeon plays a vital role in delivering compassionate, cutting-edge neurological care to the community.


  1. MBChB (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery)
  2. MD (Doctor of Medicine)
  3. Specialization in Neurosurgery


  • Tanzania Neurosurgery Society
  • Global Neurosurgery Fellow


  • Tanzania Medical Board

Services offered by Dr. Abednego Kinasha

  1. Brain Tumor Surgery
  2. Spinal Fusion Surgery
  3. Decompressive Craniectomy
  4. Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for Movement Disorders
  5. Cerebrovascular Surgery
  6. Spinal Cord Stimulator Implantation
  7. Epilepsy Surgery
  8. Stereotactic Radiosurgery
  9. Peripheral Nerve Surgery
  10. Ventriculoperitoneal (VP) Shunt Placement for Hydrocephalus
  11. Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery


1.What conditions does a neurosurgeon treat?

Neurosurgeons specialize in treating conditions affecting the brain, spine, and nervous system, including tumors, spinal cord injuries, stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, and degenerative disorders such as herniated discs and spinal stenosis.

2.What are the common procedures performed by neurosurgeons?

Neurosurgeons perform a variety of procedures, including brain and spinal cord tumor removal, spine surgeries such as discectomy and fusion, neurovascular procedures like aneurysm clipping and arteriovenous malformation (AVM) treatment, and functional neurosurgery for conditions like epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease.

3. How long does it take to recover from neurosurgery?

Recovery time varies depending on the type and complexity of the procedure, as well as individual factors such as overall health and age. Some patients may require a few weeks to several months for recovery, with the initial phase often involving hospitalization and rehabilitation followed by gradual return to normal activities.

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