Dr. Rastgar specializes in the treatment of psychiatric disorders for adults and geriatric population.
He is a board certified psychiatrist.
Residency in General PsychiatryWest Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, West VirginiaDepartment of Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine
Doctor of MedicineThe George Washington University, Washington, District of ColumbiaSchool of Medicine and Health Sciences
Bachelor of ScienceThe University of Michigan, College of Literature, Science, and Arts Ann Arbor, MichiganBrain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science, Cum Laude
Board Certification and Medical Licensure
American Department of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certified
Buprenorphine Waiver Training
Integrative Behavioral Health & Medicine
Adult & Addiction Psychiatrist, Redondo Beach, CA. Evaluation & management of adults with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia & related spectrum disorders, trauma disorders, sleep disorders, and substance use disorders, utilizing combined psychopharmacology & therapy approach.
West Virginia University School of Medicine
Chief Resident. Position awarded following vote by staff physicians. Responsibilities include creation of rotation and on-call schedules for entire resident class, personnel management, medical student education and evaluation, and intern (PGY-1) orientation and training. Additionally served on program's education (PEC), inpatient, and outpatient clinical operations committees.
Outpatient Physician. Internal moonlighting in West Virginia University Chestnut Ridge Center Outpatient Clinic on Monday evenings. Responsibilities include independent evaluation and management of outpatients in the clinical setting.
Consult/Liaison Physician. Internal moonlighting at Chestnut Ridge Center during select weekends. Responsibilities include evaluation and management of psychiatric consults within Ruby Memorial Hospital's Emergency Department or floor units.