MBBS, M.D. (Psychiatry)
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Dr. Naresh Vadlamani completed his MBBS from Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad, India and specialist training in Psychiatry (MD) from Osmania Medical College and Institute of Mental Health, Hyderabad, India. He also completed his MRCPSYCH training from Cambridge, UK which involved rotations in Geriatric Psychiatry, Learning Disabilities and Child Psychiatry, Drugs and Alcohol Deaddiction, General Adult Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Counseling. He did advanced training in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry (Dealing with Co-Morbid Medical Illnesses like Diabetes, Heart, Kidneys, Transplant, Cancer etc). He also led the team at Ely (Cambridgeshire) Community Psychiatry. Currently, he is a visiting Senior Consultant Psychiatrist to Century Hospital, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Fernandez Hospitals (Women and Pregnancy related) and Narmada Hospital (Children), Hyderabad, India. Earlier, he was Senior Consulting Psychiatrist for Care Hospitals - Banjara Hills and Musheerabad branches for more than 7 years. His others roles include Ex-President, Hyderabad Psychiatric Society 2012-2013, Treasurer, APPSYCON-2013, Ex-General Secretary and Executive Council member - Indian Psychiatric Society, AP State Branch. He is currently the Chairman of Website and Digital Services Committee of IPS- South Zone Branch. He is also a Fellow of Indian Psychiatric Society. He has published numerous research papers, is a very good orator and gives lectures at seminars and various conferences. His special interests include Suicide Prevention and Critical Assessment of research articles.
**** ** *** **** ****** *** ******* *** *********** I was facing this issue since more than 7 years, i consulted multiple doctors, but issue was still there
I am from kadapa district. I had a strange problem. Suddenly 3years ago, I started seeing some lights along with headache. Afterwards I had memory problem. I showed to many doctors, head scan done 4times, eeg also done, blood tests and treatment but no cure. I showed to Kim's, yashoda doctors by no relief. They said go to psychiatrist. Then I consulted Dr. Naresh Vadlamani. He went through my medical records thoroughly, asked several questions and examined me. He also spoke to my son and husband. He then diagnosed correctly saying it is a type of fits. He started treatment with medications. After 3months of treatment, all my problems was gone. Now for past 6months, I am cured, I am able to do my work, cooking, going out to shop alone. Thanks to Dr. Naresh. All other doctors told me not to do any work. I was depressed also. I also gone to mantras and poojas but no use. I also sent my relatives to Dr. Naresh for fits problem but he said Neurologist treat them better. But if no relief , I will ask them to go to Dr. Naresh for advice and treatment. He is very good doctor.
I was feeling very low depressed, my interest in teaching decreased, I was feeling miserable and on top of it my bowel habit was very irregular. I was taking several medications but was completely unwell all the time. Though doctors were telling me to see a psychiatrist, due to some fear and embarrassment I didn't go. Then my colleague suggested me to go to Dr. Naresh Vadlamani at Columbus Hospital. After consulting Dr. Naresh, all my fears about a psychiatrist vanished. He listened to all my problems, reviewed all my past medical reports including endoscopes, examined me and diagnosed my problem. After his treatment for the past 2months, for the first time in my life I felt very confident. Psychiatrists are doctors who treat both mind and physical illness. Dr. Naresh said, psychiatrists don't do voodoo, or trance or hyno treatment. They treat illnesses according to internationally followed treatment guidelines as prescribed in medical literature. Thank you Dr. Naresh. I amback to my college and teaching profession and I myself am seeing anxiety and depression in my students and referring them to psychiatrists.
I have been to several gastroenterologists, undergone endoscopies several times, took various treatments for my irritable bowel syndrome-IBS. But no relief. I was afraid to go out to work, faced several embarrasing situations, restricted my job with decreased salary. My wife and children were also affected. I couldn't take them out anywhere. Travel in buses, trains was rare. Then one of my friends suggested Dr. Naresh Vadlamani, a psychiatrist. I initially was reluctant because, I thought what a psychiatrist had to do with bowels. After meeting Dr. Naresh, he explained that even in medical books I BS is a nerve functional disorder to be treated with psychiatric medicines. He started the treatment. Within 2weeks, I started feeling better. After one month my frequency of bowel movements decreased. Now after 3months of treatment, my whole life has changed for the better. I am able to travel, go out without fear of embarrassment, am attending social functions, taking my family out. Thank you Dr. Naresh for really changing my life.
Q: Where does Dr. Naresh Vadlamani practice?
A: Dr. Naresh Vadlamani practices at Columbus Hospital - Institute of Psychiatry and Deaddiction - Begumpet.
Q: Why do patients visit Dr. Naresh Vadlamani?
A: Patients frequently visit Dr. Naresh Vadlamani for Anger Management, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Suicidal Behavior. To see more reasons visit the doctor's profile on Practo.
Q: What is Dr. Naresh Vadlamani's rating?
A: Dr. Naresh Vadlamani has been recommended by 1297 patients and has recieved stories from 326 patients. You can read detailed reviews of the doctor on Practo.
Q: What is Dr. Naresh Vadlamani's education qualification?
A: Dr. Naresh Vadlamani has the following qualifications - MBBS, M.D. (Psychiatry).
Q: What does Dr. Naresh Vadlamani specialises in ?
A: Dr. Naresh Vadlamani specialises as Psychiatrist, Addiction Psychiatrist, Forensic Psychiatrist, Geriatric Psychiatrist.