Dr. Rao is an internal medicine physician born and raised in India. He owns and operates Ageless Integrated Medicine. His passions include helping patients achieve their best health possible. A lot of the time, this is achieved through natural means. Dr. Rao is a very compassionate physician who listens to patients. Addtionally, he believes in partnering with patients so they achieve their health & wellness needs.
Dr. Rao obtained his MD degree at Mysore Medical College. This is a prestigious medical school in India. While attending school, he received the university’s gold medal. This means he scored the highest in the entire university. He completed his internal medicine residency at Albany Medical Center in New York. While there, he served as chief resident in internal medicine.
At AIM, Dr. Rao’s passion is helping patients achieve their ideal health. Some of the services offered include hormone replacement therapy and physician-supervised HCG weight loss.
Additionally, Dr. Rao completed extensive research in cardiology for 4 years at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, a world-renowned cardiology institute. He has written several book chapters and has many publications as seen on his CV. Download CV Here.
As a physician, he desires to learn new methods and technologies to help patients. During this pursuit, he developed an interest in stem cell therapy. With stem cell therapy, patients suffering from various medical conditions, including chronic arthritis and neurological disorders, get the help they need.
He obtained extensive training in using PRP for patients with arthritis, and fat stem cell harvesting and injections at the Cedar Stem Cell Institute.
Dr. Rao received board certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine in 2000. Currently, Dr. Rao is re-certifying with board, a process regularly done every few years.
He is licensed to practice medicine in Ohio and Kentucky. Currently, he’s working on obtaining an Indiana license.
He is a life member of AAPI (American Association of Physicians of India).