"If ever there was a book that truly could save your life, it would be this one. Drs. Rao and Vaishnavi have written a critical manual for patients, family, essentially anyone to help recognize and explain the warning signs of a TBI. Without visible symptoms, sufferers have long remained silent or been deemed "crazy," but this important book not only details the physiological, cognitive and behavioral changes in the brain, it offers hope through treatment."
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Dr. Vani Rao, MD is a Psychiatrist with training and expertise in Neuropsychiatry providing Mental Health Services in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. She attended Rosary Matriculation School and graduated with a medical degree from Madras Medical College, Madras University, Chennai, India.
Dr. Rao completed her residency in psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University and School of Medicine (JHUSOM) in 1999 and served as the Chief Resident during the last year of residency. After completing a one year fellowship in Neuropsychiatry, she joined the faculty at Johns Hopkins in 2000. As neuropsychiatrist, she has experience in treating emotional and behavioral problems associated with different types of brain injuries including Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI),stroke, epilepsy, Alzheimers disease, Parkinsons disease and other types of dementia. She also has experience in evaluating and treating several depression symptoms of psychiatric disorders such as, bipolar disorder, Manic depression, substance abuse, anxiety attack, post-traumatic stress disorder, OCD symptoms, schizophrenia, Concussion symptoms, Seizure, Neuropsychiatric disorders, and eating disorders.