PTSD’s Long Reach

PTSD’s Long Reach

Dr. Vaishnavi is a neuropsychiatrist, cognitive neuroscientist, and a psychiatrist with Mindpath Health. Ms. Thompson is an Adolescent and Adult Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with Mindpath Health, formerly Community Psychiatry, who are driven to help...

Anxiety attack vs panic attack: What’s the difference?

Anxiety attack vs panic attack: What’s the difference?

Rashmi Parmar, M.D., psychiatrist at Mindpath Health, formerly Community Psychiatry, helps us understand the difference between a panic attack and anxiety attack and why it's important to know the difference. Anxiety attacks and panic attacks are hard to distinguish...

Is Video Game Addiction a Disorder?

Is Video Game Addiction a Disorder?

Rashmi Parmar, M.D. and Julian Lagoy, M.D. psychiatrists at Mindpath Health, formerly Community Psychiatry, provide useful insights and guidance on video gaming.  Is gaming dangerous? A study found 10% of video game players exhibited pathological behavior. In Ohio, a...

Managing Anxiety Amid Our Current Health Crisis

Managing Anxiety Amid Our Current Health Crisis

Moe Gelbart, Ph.D., Director of the Thelma McMillen Recovery Center (Director of Practice Development, Mindpath Health, formerly Community Psychiatry) With the COVID-19 outbreak reaching new levels, we are experiencing something...

When PTSD Walks Down the Hall

When PTSD Walks Down the Hall

Here’s how to catch a PTSD chameleon using DSM-5 criteria. Many confident psychiatrists have quipped, “I can recognize posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as it walks down the hall.” It may be an exaggeration, but it does belie a surprising truth about the disorder....