Dr. Sudhir Rao
Dr. Sudhir Rao obtained his Medical Doctorate from St. George's University School of Medicine, and is the founder of Pain and Spine Specialists. Despite Dr. Rao's years of training focusing on traditional medicine, he developed a strong interest in Functional and Integrative Medicine to treat chronic illness with alternative methods
About Doctor Sudhir Rao
Dr. Sudhir Rao MD, ABAAHP, was motivated to enter the field of medicine after an encounter he observed in a small town in India. His grandfather, a well-known General Practitioner in the town was deeply appreciated by his patients for the deep compassion in which he cared for them. Sudhir observed that despite having limited resources, his grandfather was able to transform his patient's lives through the attentive medical care he delivered. It was a life changing moment. Dr. Rao was born and raised in New Jersey.
- Bachelors of Science: BioPsychology
- University of Michigan
- Graduated with Honors
St. George's University School of Medicine
- GBMC Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Maryland
Study focused on the pathophysiology of the human body and treatments to dramatically improve patients lives.
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center
- Awarded distinguished honors in Neurological and Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology
- Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
- Anti-Aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine
- Mt. Sinai College of Medicine
Interventional Pain Fellow
- University of South Florida, Metabolic Medicine and Nutrition, Anti-Aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine.
- Baylor College of Medicine
Assistant Professor in Pain Medicine
- Darnall Army Medical Center
Fort Hood, Texas
Assisted in the advancement of the pain clinic, providing advanced pain management techniques to active-duty soldiers with war-related chronic pain issues. First to bring spinal cord stimulation to Fort Hood as well as treat chronic neuropathic pain using technology. It was an unparalleled honor and privilege to serve and assist the Army pain physicians in treating wounded soldiers.
- Volunteers at his local hepatitis clinic through the Department of Health.