Dr Geeta Rajan started her practice in Neurology in 1997. She completed her residency training and Fellowship in Clinical neurophysiology at the prestigious Hennipin County Medical Center and the University of Minnesota (1997). She practiced a year in Minnesota and moved to the Dallas Fort Worth area in 1998. She spent her initial years in large group practice settings. Though successful, she felt bogged down in the corporate environment. In her own words, "I felt restricted in the individual attention I could give to a patient and had very little control over the behavior of my staff." She took a bold step and set up Plano Neurology in 2004.
Today she says, "This practice is a dream come true. To me, medicine is not just a profession, but my calling. It took a lot of hard work and extensive family support to start up, but it was well worth it. Our motto is 'compassionate care at its very best,' and we strive to keep this up."
Dr Rajan is board-certified in General Neurology and fellowship trained in Clinical Neurophysiology with expertises in Epilepsy, EEG, Multiple Sclerosis, Diseases of nerve and muscle, EMG, headache and Botulinum toxin injections. She has held several leadership positions. She has served as Chief Resident-Neurology at the University of Minnesota, Chief of Medicine at Medical Center of Plano, and has been on ethics committes and peer review committees. She has participated as the investigator for Multiple Sclerosis trials and treats a large number of Multiple Sclerosis patients in the Plano/Richardson area.
At this time her focus is Outpatient Neurology. She is on staff at all the hospitals in Plano and Methodist Hospital in Richardson. The areas she treats include:
Procedures performed include:
EEG, EMG, Botulinum toxin injections, Trigger point and Occipital nerve blocks.
Dr Rajans Awards include:
She is married and has one son who shares her love for medicine. In her spare time she loves to read, paint, cook, and practice yoga.