Pavani Srimatkandada, MD - Endocrinology

Pavani Srimatkandada
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“I enjoy it because it’s a very diverse, expansive field."

The daughter of a pharmacologist, Dr. Pavani Srimatkandada had a big interest in molecular biology when she was in college but later decided that working closely with patients was what she wanted to do with her career.

As an endocrinologist at Reliant Medical Group, Dr. Srimatkandada helps patients who are having problems related to their endocrine system. “I enjoy it because it’s a very diverse, expansive field,” she explains. “You treat patients who have multiple issues and problems are often interrelated.”

Some of the diseases and conditions that Dr. Srimatkandada treats include type 1 and type 2 diabetes, thyroid disorders including hypo and hyperthyroidism, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), vitamin D deficiency, osteoporosis, and thyroid nodules. Probably the most common problem that Dr. Srimatkandada treats is type 2 diabetes. “Diabetes is really a multi-care discipline specialty where the nutritionist and diabetes educator play a large role in helping patients understand their problem and get better. Fortunately, Reliant has a lot of great resources in this area. There are many serious complications that can come from diabetes so it’s really important for patients to get their diabetes under control.”

When she is not busy seeing patients at Reliant, Dr. Srimatkandada enjoys spending time with her husband and their daughter. Some of their favorite activities are cooking and going hiking.

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