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Inder Perkash

Inder Perkash
Inder Perkash
SCI Medicine (Emeritus) Stanford University
Tel. 650-787-9923


Inder Perkash was born in Pakistan and in 1947 migrated to India after creation of Pakistan. Educated in India, England and USA. He did his fellowship in Urology at Hammersmith Hospital and Postgraduate Medical School London, and also Urology fellowship at Stanford 1964-65. He Started and developed Spinal Cord Injury centers at VA Baylor and VA Palo Alto, Stanford. He has helped to blue print the First national SCI Center in New Delhi. India Under a congressional mandate, he has helped to develop concept of Rehab, Engineering Research and Development RERD in a special meeting with a congressional subcommittee at Pomona in 1976. He has awarded with physician of the year in the State of California for 1989. He got several academic and congressional recognition awards. He was awarded with the first endowed PVA Spinal cord injury professor ship chair at Stanford in 1981. He has retired VA and Stanford in April 2010 and recalled at Stanford to set up a center for neuro- bowel evaluation lab and designated as a professor of medicine.

Research Interest

Inder Perkash major research interests have been neurogenic bladder and neurogenic bowel. In other areas where he has published research include urinary tract infections , use of Laser to vaporize urethral strictures in able bodies and surgery to improve voiding in spinal cord injury patients. Currently, he is helping set up to evaluate and rehab. neurogenic bowel problems in GI Medicine at Stanford.




Pelvic Floor Dyssenergia: It’s Relevance to the Anorectal Bowel Dysfunctions and Management Guidelines

Inder Perkash
Editorial: J Gastrointest Dig Syst 2013, 3:e117
DOI: 10.4172/2161-069X.1000e117