?> Best Psychiatrist in Malleshwaram, Bangalore | Dr. Vidhyavathi M | Manipal Hospitals  

    Overview

  • Dr. Vidhyavathi M is a Consultant - Psychiatry in Malleshwaram, Bangalore regarded as the best psychiatrist in Malleshwaram because of her wide variety of experience in handling both outdoor and indoor patients with psychic illnesses in Raja Rajeswari Medical College, Bengaluru, and Karnataka.

  • Her field of expertise typically lies in Child Psychiatry, De-addiction, Geriatric Psychiatry, Biological Psychiatry, Nanotechnology, and the Association of mental illness with LGBTQ.

  • As a part of the PG curriculum at NIMHANS, Bangalore, Dr. Vidhyavathi worked with both indoor and outdoor patients in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, in the outpatient Department of Neurology, and the outpatient Department of Clinical Psychology for 3 months.

  • For her recent work on project StepOne dedicated to COVID19 in 2021, Dr. Vidhyavathi was awarded a certificate for exemplary dedication.

  • In addition to participating in numerous workshops, training programs, and certificate courses, she is currently working on two ongoing projects, namely "Impact of supplementation on treatment outcomes in depressed patients" (funded by RGUHS - Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences) and "Association of food addiction with obesity in young adults from urban and rural populations" (as part of ICMR Short term studentship).

  • Field of Expertise

  • Child Psychiatry
  • De-addiction
  • Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Biological Psychiatry
  • Nanotechnology and Association of mental illness with LGBTQ
  • Languages Spoken

  • Kannada
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Telugu
  • Talks & Publications

  • Amar Bavle, Vidhyavathi M. Rapid, illegible handwriting as a symptom of obsessive - compulsive disorder. Ind J Psychiatry 2014; 56 (2): 200–201.
  • Amar Bavle, Vidhyavathi M. A case report of clozapine induced neutropenia and re-challenge. J Neuropscychiatry Clin Neurosci 2015; 27 (1): e61.
  • NaufalK.T, Sathyanarayana M.T, Vidhyavathi M. Negative symptoms and quality of life in schizophrenia. Indian Journal of Basis and Applied Medical Research.2018:4(7):154-160.
  • Vidhyavathi Malyam, Sumanth Tarikere Parameshwaraiah, Vishnuvardhan Gopalkrishna, Asha Chandahalli Sannappa, Vinoda Kumar. Quality of life, sexual satisfaction and psychiatric co-morbidity in women posted for hysterectomy.2018:26(7):2989-293.
  • Rajashekar M, Mullapudi M, Vardhan V, Malyam V. Polyembolokoilamania: A Rare Case Report. J Med Sci 2019;5(3): 75–76.
  • Parameshwaraiah ST, Gopalkrishna V, Malyam V, et al. Cross-sectional study of epidemiological determinants of substance abuse among male substance abusers attending a de-addiction centre in Bangalore city. J Evid Based Med Healthc 2021;8(29):2572-2577.
  • Pai NM, Malyam V, Murugesan M, Ganjekar S, Moirangthem S, Desai G. Lithium toxicity at therapeutic doses as a fallout of COVID-19 infection: a case series and possible mechanisms. Int Clin Psychopharmacol. 2022 Jan 1;37(1):25-28.

    Languages Spoken

  • Kannada
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Telugu
  • Overview

  • Dr. Vidhyavathi M is a Consultant - Psychiatry in Malleshwaram, Bangalore regarded as the best psychiatrist in Malleshwaram because of her wide variety of experience in handling both outdoor and indoor patients with psychic illnesses in Raja Rajeswari Medical College, Bengaluru, and Karnataka.

  • Her field of expertise typically lies in Child Psychiatry, De-addiction, Geriatric Psychiatry, Biological Psychiatry, Nanotechnology, and the Association of mental illness with LGBTQ.

  • As a part of the PG curriculum at NIMHANS, Bangalore, Dr. Vidhyavathi worked with both indoor and outdoor patients in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, in the outpatient Department of Neurology, and the outpatient Department of Clinical Psychology for 3 months.

  • For her recent work on project StepOne dedicated to COVID19 in 2021, Dr. Vidhyavathi was awarded a certificate for exemplary dedication.

  • In addition to participating in numerous workshops, training programs, and certificate courses, she is currently working on two ongoing projects, namely "Impact of supplementation on treatment outcomes in depressed patients" (funded by RGUHS - Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences) and "Association of food addiction with obesity in young adults from urban and rural populations" (as part of ICMR Short term studentship).

  • Field of Expertise

  • Child Psychiatry
  • De-addiction
  • Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Biological Psychiatry
  • Nanotechnology and Association of mental illness with LGBTQ
  • Talks & Publications

  • Amar Bavle, Vidhyavathi M. Rapid, illegible handwriting as a symptom of obsessive - compulsive disorder. Ind J Psychiatry 2014; 56 (2): 200–201.
  • Amar Bavle, Vidhyavathi M. A case report of clozapine induced neutropenia and re-challenge. J Neuropscychiatry Clin Neurosci 2015; 27 (1): e61.
  • NaufalK.T, Sathyanarayana M.T, Vidhyavathi M. Negative symptoms and quality of life in schizophrenia. Indian Journal of Basis and Applied Medical Research.2018:4(7):154-160.
  • Vidhyavathi Malyam, Sumanth Tarikere Parameshwaraiah, Vishnuvardhan Gopalkrishna, Asha Chandahalli Sannappa, Vinoda Kumar. Quality of life, sexual satisfaction and psychiatric co-morbidity in women posted for hysterectomy.2018:26(7):2989-293.
  • Rajashekar M, Mullapudi M, Vardhan V, Malyam V. Polyembolokoilamania: A Rare Case Report. J Med Sci 2019;5(3): 75–76.
  • Parameshwaraiah ST, Gopalkrishna V, Malyam V, et al. Cross-sectional study of epidemiological determinants of substance abuse among male substance abusers attending a de-addiction centre in Bangalore city. J Evid Based Med Healthc 2021;8(29):2572-2577.
  • Pai NM, Malyam V, Murugesan M, Ganjekar S, Moirangthem S, Desai G. Lithium toxicity at therapeutic doses as a fallout of COVID-19 infection: a case series and possible mechanisms. Int Clin Psychopharmacol. 2022 Jan 1;37(1):25-28.

    Field of Expertise

  • Child Psychiatry
  • De-addiction
  • Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Biological Psychiatry
  • Nanotechnology and Association of mental illness with LGBTQ
  • Languages Spoken

  • Kannada
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Telugu
  • Talks & Publications

  • Amar Bavle, Vidhyavathi M. Rapid, illegible handwriting as a symptom of obsessive - compulsive disorder. Ind J Psychiatry 2014; 56 (2): 200–201.
  • Amar Bavle, Vidhyavathi M. A case report of clozapine induced neutropenia and re-challenge. J Neuropscychiatry Clin Neurosci 2015; 27 (1): e61.
  • NaufalK.T, Sathyanarayana M.T, Vidhyavathi M. Negative symptoms and quality of life in schizophrenia. Indian Journal of Basis and Applied Medical Research.2018:4(7):154-160.
  • Vidhyavathi Malyam, Sumanth Tarikere Parameshwaraiah, Vishnuvardhan Gopalkrishna, Asha Chandahalli Sannappa, Vinoda Kumar. Quality of life, sexual satisfaction and psychiatric co-morbidity in women posted for hysterectomy.2018:26(7):2989-293.
  • Rajashekar M, Mullapudi M, Vardhan V, Malyam V. Polyembolokoilamania: A Rare Case Report. J Med Sci 2019;5(3): 75–76.
  • Parameshwaraiah ST, Gopalkrishna V, Malyam V, et al. Cross-sectional study of epidemiological determinants of substance abuse among male substance abusers attending a de-addiction centre in Bangalore city. J Evid Based Med Healthc 2021;8(29):2572-2577.
  • Pai NM, Malyam V, Murugesan M, Ganjekar S, Moirangthem S, Desai G. Lithium toxicity at therapeutic doses as a fallout of COVID-19 infection: a case series and possible mechanisms. Int Clin Psychopharmacol. 2022 Jan 1;37(1):25-28.
  • Overview

  • Dr. Vidhyavathi M is a Consultant - Psychiatry in Malleshwaram, Bangalore regarded as the best psychiatrist in Malleshwaram because of her wide variety of experience in handling both outdoor and indoor patients with psychic illnesses in Raja Rajeswari Medical College, Bengaluru, and Karnataka.

  • Her field of expertise typically lies in Child Psychiatry, De-addiction, Geriatric Psychiatry, Biological Psychiatry, Nanotechnology, and the Association of mental illness with LGBTQ.

  • As a part of the PG curriculum at NIMHANS, Bangalore, Dr. Vidhyavathi worked with both indoor and outdoor patients in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, in the outpatient Department of Neurology, and the outpatient Department of Clinical Psychology for 3 months.

  • For her recent work on project StepOne dedicated to COVID19 in 2021, Dr. Vidhyavathi was awarded a certificate for exemplary dedication.

  • In addition to participating in numerous workshops, training programs, and certificate courses, she is currently working on two ongoing projects, namely "Impact of supplementation on treatment outcomes in depressed patients" (funded by RGUHS - Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences) and "Association of food addiction with obesity in young adults from urban and rural populations" (as part of ICMR Short term studentship).

    Talks & Publications

  • Amar Bavle, Vidhyavathi M. Rapid, illegible handwriting as a symptom of obsessive - compulsive disorder. Ind J Psychiatry 2014; 56 (2): 200–201.
  • Amar Bavle, Vidhyavathi M. A case report of clozapine induced neutropenia and re-challenge. J Neuropscychiatry Clin Neurosci 2015; 27 (1): e61.
  • NaufalK.T, Sathyanarayana M.T, Vidhyavathi M. Negative symptoms and quality of life in schizophrenia. Indian Journal of Basis and Applied Medical Research.2018:4(7):154-160.
  • Vidhyavathi Malyam, Sumanth Tarikere Parameshwaraiah, Vishnuvardhan Gopalkrishna, Asha Chandahalli Sannappa, Vinoda Kumar. Quality of life, sexual satisfaction and psychiatric co-morbidity in women posted for hysterectomy.2018:26(7):2989-293.
  • Rajashekar M, Mullapudi M, Vardhan V, Malyam V. Polyembolokoilamania: A Rare Case Report. J Med Sci 2019;5(3): 75–76.
  • Parameshwaraiah ST, Gopalkrishna V, Malyam V, et al. Cross-sectional study of epidemiological determinants of substance abuse among male substance abusers attending a de-addiction centre in Bangalore city. J Evid Based Med Healthc 2021;8(29):2572-2577.
  • Pai NM, Malyam V, Murugesan M, Ganjekar S, Moirangthem S, Desai G. Lithium toxicity at therapeutic doses as a fallout of COVID-19 infection: a case series and possible mechanisms. Int Clin Psychopharmacol. 2022 Jan 1;37(1):25-28.
  • Overview

  • Dr. Vidhyavathi M is a Consultant - Psychiatry in Malleshwaram, Bangalore regarded as the best psychiatrist in Malleshwaram because of her wide variety of experience in handling both outdoor and indoor patients with psychic illnesses in Raja Rajeswari Medical College, Bengaluru, and Karnataka.

  • Her field of expertise typically lies in Child Psychiatry, De-addiction, Geriatric Psychiatry, Biological Psychiatry, Nanotechnology, and the Association of mental illness with LGBTQ.

  • As a part of the PG curriculum at NIMHANS, Bangalore, Dr. Vidhyavathi worked with both indoor and outdoor patients in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, in the outpatient Department of Neurology, and the outpatient Department of Clinical Psychology for 3 months.

  • For her recent work on project StepOne dedicated to COVID19 in 2021, Dr. Vidhyavathi was awarded a certificate for exemplary dedication.

  • In addition to participating in numerous workshops, training programs, and certificate courses, she is currently working on two ongoing projects, namely "Impact of supplementation on treatment outcomes in depressed patients" (funded by RGUHS - Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences) and "Association of food addiction with obesity in young adults from urban and rural populations" (as part of ICMR Short term studentship).

  • Field of Expertise

  • Child Psychiatry
  • De-addiction
  • Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Biological Psychiatry
  • Nanotechnology and Association of mental illness with LGBTQ
  • Languages Spoken

  • Kannada
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Telugu
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