Dr. Arora’s has a unique background in multidisciplinary pain management. He is a graduate of Midwestern University’s School of Medicine in Illinois. He completed his Psychiatry Residency at the world renowned Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio where he focused on the treatment of addiction medicine and chronic pain. Here he had the privilege of training under both the Interventional Pain Management program, acclaimed for having the most experienced pain specialists in the world, and the Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program, designated by the American Pain Society as a Clinical Center of Excellence. Following Residency, Dr. Arora pursued further training in an Interventional Pain Medicine fellowship from Nova Southeastern University in South Florida, where he served as Chief Fellow, heavily involved in education and research. Dr. Arora has also completed a Masters of Science degree in Human Anatomy from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and a visiting fellowship in Neuromodulation from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
Dr. Arora is an advocate for non-opioid alternatives to pain management utilizing the latest and least invasive technologies including radio-frequency ablations, neurostimulation, and regenerative medicine. His interests vary from chronic pelvic pain, to post-surgical pain and complex regional pain syndrome. His diverse experience makes him especially well versed in the myriad of complex patient presentations and novel therapeutic treatment options available today. He also likes to remain active in academia with several publications, including articles and book chapters, and speaking engagements.
Dr. Arora is a northern Virginia native and is delighted to be back in the DMV area. He has a black belt in Karate and in his spare time he enjoys reading a good book, playing tennis and spending time with his family.