Unlike other providers, Chanu Dasari, MD is a published researcher and accredited instructor in the assessment, treatment, and follow-up care for traumatic injuries.
In many cases, Dr. Dasari can provide the initial, traumatic injury evaluation for injured patients. Dr. Dasari prefers to see all patients within 24-72 hours of referral. He will provide a thoughtful injury assessment for both short-term and anticipated long-term complications. All reports are timely, easy to read, detail-oriented, and evidence-based.
Certified in Acute Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
Dr. Dasari is knowledgeable and experienced at addressing injuries from motor vehicle trauma and occupational hazards.
1. Traumatic brain injury
2. Orthopedic injuries
3. Chronic nerve pain
4. “Missed injuries” (liver, spleen, kidneys, and lungs)
5. Wounds, lacerations
Dr. Chanu Dasari, MD provides timely, personalized evaluations for patients, utilizing the most up-to-date, evidence-based methods, capable of withstanding evidentiary scrutiny.
Dr. Dasari welcomes and accommodates uninsured, direct-pay clients and offers special discounts for those traveling from other states or countries. If you are looking for a traumatic injury evaluation without the involvement of your insurance company, contact our caring staff today!
Dr. Dasari sees patients who are seeking specialized minimally invasive treatments from out of the state such as from California, Utah, Arizona, Texas, New York, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Illinois, Indiana, and Hawaii. He also sees patients from outside of the country such as from the UK, Australia, China, Saudi Arabia, and Mexico.
Dr. Dasari’s team assists with arrangements for your visit, including priority appointment times, special accommodations, and travel logistics. An online consultation and health records review will be scheduled.
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Keijzers GB, Campbell D, Hooper J, et al. A prospective evaluation of missed injuries in trauma patients, before and after formalising the trauma tertiary survey. World J Surg. 2014;38(1):222–232. doi:10.1007/s00268-013-2226-z.