Dr. Mithra Maneyapanda is the medical director of the Brain Injury Program at Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital. He specializes in the rehabilitation of individuals with acquired and traumatic brain injuries and provides care with the goal to optimize function and quality of life. With the understanding that every patient and injury is unique, an individualized approach is used to improve outcomes. Dr. Maneyapanda treats patients along the entire spectrum of severity of traumatic brain injuries, from concussion to disorders of consciousness. Additionally, he cares for patients with acquired brain injuries such as stroke, tumor, and hypoxic ischemic brain injuries. He also treats complications of brain injuries such as spasticity, neurobehavioral impairments, and other issues such as sleep disturbance and posttraumatic headache.
As a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Dr. Maneyapanda is directly involved in the education and training of resident physicians. He has also authored to several peer-reviewed publications related to brain injury rehabilitation. His research interests include brain injury recovery and wearable technology in rehabilitation.
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Brain Injury Medicine Board certified since 2018
- Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University
- 'Medical Director, Brain Injury Program, Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital