Ravinder Singh, MD


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Dr. Singh has given over 100 presentations to the medical community on the topics of stress management, stroke, headache and epilepsy. He has been an invited lecturer at over 100 hospitals and other related organizations in the US. He is an active member of the American Headache Society and has been the featured speaker at the regional board meetings for the American Heart Association. He has written his first book, Not Tonight I Have A Headache, which is available from major retailers and at the website, www.nottonightihaveaheadache.com. In addition, Dr. Singh has made many media appearances, including mainstream, cable tv, and radio networks.


Dr. Ravinder Singh is a board-certified Neurologist specializing in the prevention and treatment of neurological diseases. Early on in his professional career, his focus was in academic medicine, conducting clinical research in the areas of stroke and epilepsy. As such, he is well versed in the Western scientific methodology. He then left academic medicine and went into private practice.

Ravinder Singh, MD is the founder and President of Beverly Hills Headache Institute (BHHI) and the author of Not Tonight I Have A Headache. Dr. Singh established BHHI to combine the best of modern medicine and ancient Eastern healing arts. Through BHHI, he has helped hundreds of patients deal with the debilitating effects of headache and stress.

Early on in his practice of neurology, Dr. Singh recognized the limits of Western medicine and sought to provide more complete care to his patients. He utilizes his knowledge of Western and Eastern medicine, and his studies in stress and wellness medicine to help people achieve greater satisfaction in their lives, and achieve truly long-lasting optimal health, with emphasis on disease prevention. He provides individualized yet systematic solutions that are leading edge, scientifically-based, and proven in the real-world. These very pragmatic and result-oriented solutions and skills are immediately applicable.

Ravinder Singh received his medical degree in 1989 from St. George’s University, School of Medicine, in Grenada, West Indies. He completed his Neurology residency at West LA VA Medical Center/UCLA in Los Angeles, California. In 1994, he became Chief Resident in Neurology, subsequently followed by a VA Fellowship grant in Neuroscience and Traumatic Brain Injuries. During this time, he also became a Clinical Instructor in Neurology at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

After completing his training, he became an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, and Head of the Stroke Center at King-Drew Medical Center, in Los Angeles, California. 

Dr. Singh has served on the boards of many organizations, including the American Heart Association (AHA), at the local, state and national level, and the Stroke Association of Southern California. He has served as the President of the Los Angeles division of AHA.

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