Ramya Rangaraj, MD
Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation & Pain Medicine
Ramya N Rangaraj, MD, is board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehab and Pain Management. She received her medical degree from Stanley Medical College, India and training in PM&R at William Beaumont Hospital, Michigan. She then completed her Fellowship in Interventional Pain Management at Georgia Pain Physicians in 2012.
After completing her training, Dr. Rangaraj practiced as an associate physician in pain management at Georgia Pain Physicians since 2012. She joined Center for Spine and Pain Medicine in 2016.
At Center for Spine and Pain Medicine, her goals are to bring compassionate care, enthusiasm and knowledge to aid in managing pain. She believes strongly in a multidisciplinary approach, utilizing all possible treatment options for patients with acute and chronic pain conditions. Dr. Rangaraj understands that no two patients are alike, even if their cases are similar. Good patient care incorporates all aspects of a patient’s needs.
Dr.Rangaraj is married with two young children .When not at work, she enjoys cooking for and traveling with family.
Pain is a signal that something is wrong. If the pain is left untreated, the pain worsens and impacts the nervous system. When that happens, the pain becomes more than a sign or symptom; it becomes a separate condition.
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