Bio

Bio


My research and clinical works focus in the field of General medicine is to make the aging process simple, straight forward, unconfusing, uncomplicated, and a happy, joyful journey. There are unlimited number of recommendations for living a healthy and happy life. However, much of the information on this subject is confusing, hard and too technical to understand, and often impossible to follow. My goal is to clarify many of these misconceptions and simplify the journey for the general public. That includes the senior population, their children and grandchildren.

Clinical Focus


  • Primary Care
  • Healthy Aging
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Sport Medicine
  • Geriatric Medicine

Academic Appointments


Administrative Appointments


  • Medical Director, Sunnyvale Health Center (2011 - 2014)
  • Medical Director, Los Altos Subacute Care (2011 - 2014)

Honors & Awards


  • The Best Resident of the Year , Excellent in Teaching, UCDavis (2007)

Professional Education


  • Fellowship:Stanford University School of Medicine (2010) CA
  • Residency:University of California Davis (2009) CA
  • Board Certification: Geriatric Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (2012)
  • Internship:University of California Davis (2007) CA
  • Board Certification, ABIM, Geriatric Medicine (2011)
  • Board Certification: Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine (2009)
  • Medical Education:Iran University of Medical Sciences (1999) Iran

Research & Scholarship

Clinical Trials


  • Quality of Life in Adults Impaired Functioning - A Randomized Controlled Trial of Bidet vs Usual Toileting Recruiting

    Our expectations (hypotheses) are: Primary outcome 1. Regular bidet use will improve quality of life around elimination in adults with impaired functional status. Functional status will be measured by activities of daily living (ADL). 2. Regular bidet use by adults with impaired functional status will improve the quality of life around toileting for their caregivers. Secondary 3. Regular bidet use will reduce the incidence, frequency and severity of constipation (as measured by self-report) in adults with impaired functional status. 4. Regular bidet use will reduce the incidence of urinary tract infection (UTI) in adult women with impaired functional status.

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Teaching

Graduate and Fellowship Programs


  • Geriatric Medicine (Fellowship Program)

Publications

Journal Articles


  • Why too much fibers is unhelahty for Ederly San Francisco Chronicle Ayati, M. 2015
  • Beware of adding prescriptions on top of prescriptions San Francisco Chronicle Ayati, M. 2014
  • Primary Care Teaching Module Alzheimer Disease Ayati, M. 2014
  • Primary Care Teaching Module Chronic Lower Extremity Ischemia Ayati, M. 2012

Books and Book Chapters


Presentations


  • NEW FRONTIERS IN AGING

    This conference is focusing on new developments in the field of aging that impact healthy aging, geriatric healthcare, areas of risk for older adults, and caregiving. The speakers are experts in their respective fields of geriatric medicine, dementia care, and the legal system as applicable to older adults.

    Time Period

    April 10, 2015

    Presented To

    VA Plao Alto

    Location

    Plao Alto

  • Change in sleep pattern as we Age

    Presented To

    Stanford Health Library

    Location

    Palo Alto ,CA

  • Polypharmacy in Aging Population

    Time Period

    2012

    Presented To

    Redwood City Library

    Location

    redwood city

  • Manage an elderly with Hip Fracture in Hospital setting

    Time Period

    2013

    Presented To

    Geriatric Conferecne, Stanford 2013

    Location

    Stanford

  • Chronic Renal Failure

    Time Period

    2013 - Present

    Presented To

    Stanford Physicain Assistant Course

    Location

    Stanford

  • Glumerinephritis

    Time Period

    2013 - Present

    Presented To

    Stanford Physician Assistant Program

    Location

    Stanford

  • Parkinson Disease as point of view of a Primary Care Physician

    Time Period

    2013

    Presented To

    Stanford, Neurology Department

    Location

    Stanford

  • Medication Management of Hospitlaized Patients

    Nursing Education

    Time Period

    2012 - Present

    Presented To

    NICHE program

    Location

    Stanford

  • Sexual Behavioral issues in Demented Patients

    Time Period

    2014

    Presented To

    San Francisco Senior Care Round Table

    Location

    San Francisco

  • Parkinson Disease as a point of view of a Primary Care Physician

    Time Period

    4/21/2015

    Presented To

    VA Palo Alto

    Location

    Palo Alto, CA

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