Specialty: Neurology and Neurophysiology
Length of Work: Since 1988
Phone: 1-877-INJRD 60
Dr. Ranga C. Krishna is a Board Certified Neurologist with 20 years of experience. The experience and expertise of Dr. Krishna Brooklyn NY blend perfectly with modern advancements in medicine for an unrivaled level of neurological care. Dr. Ranga Chelva Krishna is a Member of American Associations of Electro-Diagnostic Medicine, Diplomate of American Academy of Pain Management, and Diplomate of American Board of Independent Medical Examiners. Dr. Ranga Krishna neurologist is affiliated with New York Methodist Hospital and Brooklyn Hospital. Dr. Krishna’s neurology treatment solutions have been immensely popular with a wide variety of patients in New York.
JULY-96-Past & Present
Private Practice Neurology and Neurophysiology
Voluntary Attending Neurologist New York Methodist Hospital. Chief Of Neurology & Director Of The Neurology-Stroke Service NY Community Hospital A Member of NY Presbyterian Hospital Network. Lab Director of Total Neuro Care Urine Toxicology Lab COLA Certification #22486 & CLIA ID # 33D2006185.
Director of Neurology/Stroke Service NY Community Hospital Presbyterian Hospital System.
Fellow in Clinical Neurophysiology: Inclusive of E.M.G, Nerve conduction Studies, Out Patient and Intraoperative Somatosensory, Visual, Brain on both adult and pediatric Patient at New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases.
Fellow in Epilepsy: Inclusive of Inpatient and Outpatient E.E.G monitoring, Intraoperative Brain Mapping, multiple sleep latency testing and pre-surgical evaluation of both adult and pediatric patients for Epilepsy Surgery New York Hospital for Joint Diseases.
PGY-3 Resident, Department of Neurology: Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York.
PGY-2 Resident, Department of Neurology: Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York.
PGY-1 Intern, Department of Internal Medicine: Metropolitan Hospital. New York.
PRIOR to JULY 90
Medical School at K.M.C Medical College, India
194-198-8B -C-PNN / NY
American Academy of Neurology (Admitted in 1996 to current) CERTIFICATE # 018998
American Association of Electro diagnostic Medicine
Member Medical Society of the State of New York
Certified in Neurology By A.B.P.N (04/00-12/10)
Diplomat American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Certificate #48303
Re Certified in Neurology By American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (04/10-12/20) Diplomat Of A.B.P.N , Certificate # 48303
Diplomate of the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners
ABIME (11/02-11/07) Certificate #02-00847
American Academy of Pain Management CERTIFICTE # 7593
Diplomat American Academy of Pain Management (2001)
Certified and Coded by the NYS Workers Compensation board
1998 (As A Neurologist)
Re-Coded/Certified by NYS Workers Compensation Board in 3/2001
As a Neurologist Code letters CPN-N 194-198-8B
Member Medical Arbitration panel for New York State Worker’s Compensation Board. (Arbitrate Disputed Bills)
Member at Large of the Kings County Medical Society Governing Body December 2009.
Member of Nominating Committee Kings County Medical Society July 2010.
“Utility of Amytal Interviews in Patients Diagnosed of NES”. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Epilepsy Society December 1995. Baltimore, Maryland. Published in Epilepsia.
Sensitivity of Median-Ulnar Nerve Transcarpal Sensory Nerve Action Potential Peak Latency Difference in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. To be presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association of Electro diagnostic Medicine, October-96. Published in Muscle & Nerve.
“Unusual Visual Symptoms in a Ganser like state in a patient with cerebral injury” Journal of Behavioral Neurology, Vol 11(1998) 51-54, Dr. Stephen Snyder, MD, Monte Buchsbaum, MD, R.C. Krishna MD.
“Secondary Gain from MVA’s, Myth or Mayhem ?” . American Journal of Disability Medicine, Vol 3 No 3 (2003) 23-24.
Missed days of Work in individuals involved In Minor Motor Vehicle in New York City with an ISS ranging from 1-8. Presented at Pain Week Sept 12 , 2009 and reprinted in “The Journal of Medicine”, Aug-Sept 2009 issue , Ranga Krishna MD, Michael Grinn, Diana Tsalaponova, Ajit Khurpe, S. Bleifer MD
The Inverse relationship between Job Satisfaction, VAS for Pain, and Workdays Lost Due to Minor Motor Vehicle Accidents: Accepted Poster Presentation Pain Week 2010; Ranga C. Krishna MD.; M. Grinn;Nicholas Giordano, S. Bleifer MD. Reprinted in “Journal of Medicine”, Aug-Sept 2010.
THE DYNAMICS BETWEEN JOB SATISFACTION, VISUAL ANALOG PAIN SCALE (VAS), AND LOSS OF WORKER PRODUCTIVITY (LWP) IN NON-FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS (MVA): Accepted for Poster presentation 13th world congress of pain Aug-30-2010, Montreal Canada. Author: Ranga. C. Krishna, MD.; M. Grinn; Diana Tsalpanova; A. R. Khurpe, S. Bleifer, MD.
Loss of Worker Productivity in Restrained Individuals In minor Severity Motor Vehicle Accidents In New York City : Presented as Platform Presentation: American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Annual A.O.H.C , Monday May 3, 2010 , Orlando Florida Session # 2214.Authors: Ranga C. Krishna, MD; M. Grinn, D. Tsalpanova, A. R. Khurpe, S. Bleifer, MD.
Ranga C. Krishna, MD, Michael Grinn, Nicholas Giordano, Erica Shtarkman, and Prasanna Tadi. “The Roll of Body Mass Index on Idiopathic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) in the Loss of Worker Productivity.” American Occupational Health Conference. ACOEM, 2011. Web. 2011.
Ranga C. Krishna, MD; Michael Grinn, Nicholas Giordano, and Prasanna Tadi. “The Roll of Functional Capacity Exam on the Socioeconomic Dynamics Between Job Satisfaction Survey, Loss of Worker Productivity, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.” American Occupational Health Conference. ACOEM, 2011. Web. 2011. .
Ranga C. Krishna, MD; Michael Grinn, and Nicholas Giordano. “The Utility of Diffusion Tensor Imaging In The Diagnosis of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 17.1 (2011). Print.
Ranga C. Krishna, MD; Michael Grinn, Nicholas Giordano, Magesh Thirunavukkarasu, and Prasanna Tadi. “A Patient Presenting with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Diagnosed Using a Novel Approach, Utilizing Diffusion Tensor Imaging of the Brain for Confirmation: A Case Report.” The Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 1.17 (2011). Print.
Ranga C. Krishna, MD; Michael Grinn, Nicholas Giordano, and Prasanna Tadi. “The Roll of Functional Capacity Exam on the Socioeconomic Dynamics Between Job Satisfaction Survey, Loss of Worker Productivity, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome” American Occupational Health Conference (2011).AOHC 2011. ACOEM, 26 March 2010.
Ranga C. Krishna, MD, Michael Grinn, Erica Shtarkman, and Nicholas Giordano. “The Roll of Body Mass Index on Idiopathic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) in the Loss of Worker Productivity” American Occupational Health Conference (2011).AOHC 2011. ACOEM, 26 March 2010.
Ranga C. Krishna,MD; Michael Grinn, D. Steinberg, J. Steinberg, Magesh Thirunavukkarasu, and Prasanna Tadi. “MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AND A NOVEL DIAGNOSTIC APPROACH INCLUDING DIFFUSION TENSOR IMAGINING: A CASE REPORT.” Controversies in Neurology (CONy) (2010). Print.
Ranga C. Krishna MD; Nicholas Giordano MD, Michael Grinn, Bhim Nangia MD, Nadia Sotudeh. “Role of Diffusion Tensor Imaging in the Diagnosis of Sub-Acute Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Journal of International Neuropsychology Society (2012).
RangaC Krishna MD DianaTsalpanova, Yuliya Sidorova Michael Grinn, MPH The Prevalence of Illicit Drug Abuse in Workers Compensation Patients Receiving Opioids for Chronic Pain Management in 2010 and 2011. Poster Presentation at the International Conference on Opioids Basic Science, Clinical Applications June 9th-11th 2013 Boston Mass.
Utility of Sympathetic Skin Response in Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Presenter: Ranga Krishna, MD Authors: Bhanu P Kosuru, MBBS; Ajit Khurpe MBBS; Rajiv Sharma, BS; Daniel Afonin (student); Annamika Jain MD; and Ranga Krishna MD. Accepted for Presentation at the American Academy of Pain Management Annual Meeting September 26th-29th 2013 (Page 24).
Bilateral Parsonage Turner Syndrome Masquerading as Cervical Radiculopathy. Ranga Krishna MD, Daniel Afonin, Eric Hirsch Serial Number 4106 Poster Number: 85. Pain Week 2014. www.painweek.org
Early Diagnosis of Dysautonomia in OPCA accepted by EMBO/EMBL symposium Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration. Poster Presentation will be held at EMBL Heidelberg, GERMANY from June 14 to June 17 2015. Author: Dr. Ranga C. Krishna, Co Author Hirsch Eric, BS, Co Author Shah Mohammed.
American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation for presentation at the 2016 Annual Meeting & OTO EXPO℠ in San Diego, California, that will be held September 18 -21 Submission ID#160016 Using DTI to Confirm Post-Traumatic Anosmia Program Type: Scientific Poster Presentation. Authors : Eric Hirsch, Sanwal Mushtaq, Daryl Duran, Tahir Sarfaz, Ranga C. Krishna
“Using DTI to Narrow the Diagnosis of TBI in Cases of Global Cognitive Disorder “accepted by the International Neuropsychological Society (INS) for presentation at their 44th annual meeting in Boston. Abstract (ID: 2366978). Authors: Eric Hirsch, Tahir S. Sheikh, Yogesh Kumar, Daryl Duran, Ranga C. Krishna
Eric Hirsch, Tahir Sheikh, Sanwal Mushtaq, Erica Glants, Tova Baharlias, Ranga Krishna. “The Impact of New York States Prescription Monitoring Program on Illicit Drug Use” Published in PAINWeek 2016 .
“Efficacy, Adherence, and Barriers to Care: A Survey of our Patients’ Experience with the New York State Medical Marijuana Program.” Presented in pain Week September 5th 2017. Page 24
“Late Diagnosis of Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy in a Child with Normal Apgar Scores”, Journal Of Pediatric Neurology & Medicine, Neurol Med 2017, 8:3, Tahir Sheikh, Erica Glants, Eric Hirsch, Daryl Duran, Ranga Krishna. 26. E., Glants E., Sheikh T., Duran D., Krishna R. DTI-correlated parkinsonism after chronic carbon monoxide poisoning. Poster presented at 2018 AAN Annual meeting, April 25, 2018; Los Angeles, California.
The Rare Case of Moyamoya Disease Initially Suspected with Transcranial Doppler Real- Time Color Flow Imaging Study: Alexander Sosnovsky1,4, Eric Hirsch1,2, Erica Glants1, Tahir Sheikh1, Daryl Duran1, Alena Mayorchyk1, Alexander Sosnovskiy1 and Ranga Krishna1,3 ISN: 2476-0501 : vol 8 issue 2 August 2018 :
Accepted for presentation: Outcomes and Adherence Among Former Opioid Users Enrolled in the New York State Medical Marijuana Program has been accepted for oral presentation at the 2019 International Conference on Opioids (ICOO2 019 ) Monday June 10th 2019.
“Cyclical Vomiting Associated with a Focal Lesion of the Area Postrema Successfully Managed with Medical Marijuana” Accepted for Presentation at 2019 AAN annual meeting, May 7, 2019; Philadelphia, PA.
”Rebound Pain in Patient Taking Medical Marijuana for Phantom Limb Syndrome”, Accepted for Presentation at 2019 AAN annual meeting, May 7, 2019; Philadelphia, PA.
“ What’s New in Fits and Faints” at the NYU Medical Center CME course of Clinical Neurology for the Non-Neurologist, 12/5/95.
“Round table discussion on current diagnosis of migraine headaches” For GlaxoSmithKlein, Brooklyn, NY, 05/03.
Utility of Neuro Diagnostic testing with indication for claims division of Wausau Insurance Company, Syracuse Branch “Invited Lecture 03/11/03”.
Indication for Neuro Diagnostic Testing , “an invited lecture for Omni/Hartford Insurance Co., Atlanta, Georgia Claims Office 05/28/03”.
Utility of Neuro Diagnostic Testing, “An invited lecture for Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., Elmont, New York Claims Office 09/16/03”.
Summer Spine Series, for the Brooklyn Bar Association continuing legal education course 09/24/03.
Grand Rounds Brookdale Hospital March 24 2010 Department of Anesthesiology and Urology (Moderator Dr. Saini): “Barriers to Effective Pain Management”