Dr. Rahmlow joined the division of Neuroimmunology at the Vanderbilt Multiple Sclerosis Clinic in 2017. She sees patients with multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune neurological conditions at the MS Clinic in Green Hills. She also has a general neurology and headache clinic at the Vanderbilt One Hundred Oaks campus.
Dr. Rahmlow performs botulinum toxin injections for headache disorders and spasticity.
Dr. Rahmlow started her medical training at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and completed an accelerated six-year combined bachelors and M.D.-degree program. She completed neurology residency and additional fellowship training in clinical neurophysiology at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. The following year, she completed a multiple sclerosis fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She has practiced in both academic and community hospital settings.
Dr. Rahmlow is a member of the American Academy of Neurology and has served as a volunteer for the National MS Society on the Clinical Advisory Committee and for patient programming. She has participated in clinical research trials investigating new and existing MS therapies. She has authored several publications and presented at regional and national meetings. She has given various talks to patient groups and healthcare providers to educate them about multiple sclerosis and available treatments.
In her free time, Dr. Rahmlow enjoys spending time with her two young children, traveling, and enjoying the outdoors.