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Meet CC4C’s New Board Member - Dr. Susan Rao

Updated: May 27


Drs. Susan and Madan Rao of Rao Family Chiropractic and their daughters


In high school, she came across a quote by the famous psychologist, Leo F. Buscaglia that spoke directly to her, as if the words were plucked from her own brain…“It’s not enough to have lived. We should be determined to live for something. May I suggest that it be creating joy for others, sharing what we have for the betterment of mankind, bringing hope to the lost and love to the lonely.” Her goal and purpose is to live life through a servant’s heart and be able to model that for her children as they develop their understanding of what is important in life. She first experienced CC4C as a VIP Advocate for a Champion Child which her husband, Dr. Madan Rao and two daughters were able to become involved. She learned so much about how CC4C truly fulfills its mission. As a part of the CC4C team, she is very proud to represent the true heart of helping and honoring all the families and CC4C community.



As a child of immigrant parents, Dr. Susan Rao was very lucky to be raised by certain values: working hard, being fully intentional about living a life of high integrity as well as the concept of SEWA, which means “selfless service” in her family’s Indian language. As a child, she knew whatever she was going to do with her life would be geared towards helping others live a better life. It is the reason she became a Doctor of Chiropractic. Susan lives and serves families alongside her husband in their practice, Rao Family Chiropractic & Wellness Center, in Bee Cave.


She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma; then went on to the prestigious Parker University in Dallas, Texas where she earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic and became a Certified Chiropractic Clinical Neurologist. In turn, she trained to work with all types of brain injuries and neurological conditions, including ADD/ADHD, vertigo, migraines and MS. It’s extremely rewarding for her to be able to bring hope and healing into the lives of these patients. In her “downtime”, Susan likes to stay active through activities like soccer, hiking, weight training and yoga. She also loves reading, meditation and traveling with her family.

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