Preeti Raghavan, MD

  • Specialties: Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation
  • Languages: English, Hindi, Tamil
  • Phone: 212-598-6206

About Me

I wear two hats at NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation. In my clinical practice, I treat patients recovering from stroke and traumatic brain injuries, as well as people with neurological conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and brachial plexus injuries. In my research, I investigate how neurological injuries affect motor skills in the upper extremities. 

These focuses complement each other—my research improves treatments for my patients, and treating my patients inspires new research questions. For example, I often help people regain the use of the hand on the side of the body affected by stroke. This fuels my research work into how stroke affects hand and finger function, which subsequently allows me to improve treatment for my patients.

I also specialize in rehabilitation for people who have musculoskeletal problems in their upper extremities. This may include hand or arm pain resulting from overuse. My work often involves helping people relearn how to move, because hand and arm motor skills are influenced by the way other supporting body parts are activated.


Conditions and Treatments

neurological rehabilitation, stroke rehabilitation, spasticity, rehabilitation therapy, cerebral palsy, hand injury, multiple sclerosis (MS), musculoskeletal problem, vestibular rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury

Credentials

Positions
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Mentor, PRM Research Faculty
  • Director, Division of Motor Recovery Research
Board Certifications
  • American Board of PM&R (Brain Injury Medicine), 2014
  • American Board of PM&R - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 2003
Education and Training
  • Residency, Montefiore Medical Center, Rehab Medicine, 2002

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Locations and Appointments

14 Insurance Plans Accepted
  • Aetna HMO
  • Empire BC/BS
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield EPO
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthplus
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthy NY
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield Indemnity
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield POS
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield Pathways, Enhanced
  • UnitedHealthcare EPO
  • UnitedHealthcare HMO
  • UnitedHealthcare POS
  • UnitedHealthcare PPO
*Insurance listed above may not be accepted at all office locations. Please confirm prior to each visit. The information presented here may not be complete or may have been changed.
NYU Langone Hospital for Joint Diseases

301 East 17th Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10003

Multiple Sclerosis Comprehensive Care Center

240 East 38th Street, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10016

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Research My Research

Research Summary

Learn more about my research at the Motor Recovery Research Laboratory.

Research Interests Timeline

These focus areas and their associated publications are derived from PubMed and the MeSH term library.
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Publications

  • Structured Wii protocol for rehabilitation of shoulder impingement syndrome: A pilot study

    Rizzo, John-Ross; Thai, Peter; Li, Edward J; Tung, Terence; Hudson, Todd E; Herrera, Joseph; Raghavan, Preeti Rizzo, John-Ross; Thai, Peter; Li, Edward J; Tung, Terence; Hudson, Todd E; Herrera, Joseph; Raghavan, Preeti
    Annals of physical & rehabilitation medicine. 2017 Mar 15. ?-?

  • Disrupted Saccade Control in Chronic Cerebral Injury: Upper Motor Neuron-Like Disinhibition in the Ocular Motor System

    Rizzo, John-Ross; Hudson, Todd E; Abdou, Andrew; Lui, Yvonne W; Rucker, Janet C; Raghavan, Preeti; Landy, Michael S Rizzo, John-Ross; Hudson, Todd E; Abdou, Andrew; Lui, Yvonne W; Rucker, Janet C; Raghavan, Preeti; Landy, Michael S
    Frontiers in neurology. 2017. 8: 12-12

  • Traumatic brain injury results in altered physiologic, but not subjective, responses to emotional stimuli [Meeting Abstract]

    Amorapanth, P; Raghavan, P; Aluru, V; Lu, Y; Cox, S; Tang, A; Bilaloglu, S Amorapanth, P; Raghavan, P; Aluru, V; Lu, Y; Cox, S; Tang, A; Bilaloglu, S
    Archives of physical medicine & rehabilitation. 2016 Dec. Conference: (2016): e29-e30

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