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Dr. Shree Bhalerao

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St. Michael's Hospital
30 Bond St.
Toronto, Ontario M5B 1W8

Company Description: St Michael's Hospital provides compassionate care to all who enter its doors. The hospital also provides outstanding medical education to future health care...   more

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  • BA
  • BSc
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It finds that Dr. Shree ..., 1 Aug 2013 [cached]
It finds that Dr. Shree Bhalerao, a psychiatrist at Saint Michael's Hospital, gave "confusing" testimony about his initial exam of her, and could not justify his decision to re-categorize her psychosis as schizophrenia, based on a sketchy history. The court was particularly critical of his explanation that the medical team "tried our best to assure her that [her delusions about people attacking her] weren't happening, but again, I mean it's her word against ours and we tried our best to alleviate that by using that kind of floor [sic] of medications."
Bhalerao] said that I was being given medicine before I even realized it.
So it could be as a result of this medicine entirely that I have made such, um, made such admissions that people were harming me but there was a particular patient who was here and she left recently about a half a week ago, and I believe she was harming me while I was sleeping."
Bhalerao] offered no evidence of any benefit."
Dr. Bhalerao's counsel declined to comment.
Toronto ABI Network - ABI Update - Winter 2008, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Dr. Shree Bhalerao, Director of Medical Psychiatry, St. Michael's Hospital Invitations to this workshop will be sent to family physicians across the Greater Toronto Area in early April, 2008.
Canadian Court Critical of Psychiatrist ..., 5 Nov 2013 [cached]
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Filed Under: Bizarre Psych News, Forced Drugging, Labeling, News, No Biological Test for Mental Illness, No Informed Consent, Non-U.S., Psych Drugs, Undue InfluenceTagged With: Psychiatrist, Shree Bhalerao
Toronto psychiatrist Dr. Shree ..., 15 Mar 2012 [cached]
Toronto psychiatrist Dr. Shree Bhalerao specializes in traumatic brain injury. He sees numerous patients experiencing serious emotional problems months, and sometimes years, after a head trauma.
Too often public discussions around concussions focus on the physical fallout, he said - headache, dizziness, nausea and other post-concussive symptoms.
Missing is the "psychiatric sequelae" of brain injury.
Think of a snow globe, Bhalerao says: "You can shake the globe, but all the parts don't settle in the same way."
Bhalerao says people who suffer a head injury often experience disturbed sleep, impaired thinking, anxiety and depression. Their minds can feel thick with fog. In extreme but rare cases people can experience paranoia and other symptoms of psychosis.
"They not only are trying to deal with the pain they've suffered physically, but the emotional pain," Bhalerao said. That can lead people toward abusing alcohol, prescription pain medications or self-medicating with illicit drugs, "which again can affect their thinking, sleep and mood," he said.
In a public service YouTube video, called the After the Hit Program, Bhalerao, who plays and coaches recreational hockey, describes how professional players can reach speeds of 30 to 40 kilometres an hour on the ice.
With a blow to the head, the brain is shaken in the skull, triggering an inflammatory response that can damage or irreversibly destroy brain cells.
Most sensitive is the frontal lobe, the part of the brain that's responsible for memory, emotion, reasoning, judgment and empathy. People who have suffered a head injury can lose the ability to control their emotions. In essence, "the brakes are gone," says Bhalerao, an associate professor at the University of Toronto and department of psychiatry at St. Michael's Hospital.
Other parts of the brain that secrete neurotransmitters related to depression and anxiety are also extraordinarily sensitive to any kind of physical injury, he said.
But doctors rarely ask about head injuries in patients with symptoms of depression, Bhalerao said.
"With depression comes suicide. It's not something you can ignore," he said.
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031220 - Forever Young - Heart for the holidays, 20 Dec 2003 [cached]
"Society overemphasizes the role holidays play in our lives," says Dr. Shree Bhalarao, assistant professor, department of psychiatry, University of Toronto.
So as a psychiatrist, I attempt to clarify the psycho-social balance of reality, " says Bhalarao.
What should be festive is often marked with sadness, anger and confusion.However, it's important to recall the memories and to incorporate them into the holiday tradition, she says.
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