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About Us

Dr. Shikha Sarebahi, MD

Compassionate Care for Rheumatic Conditions

Dr. Shikha Sarebahi is rheumatologist with a background in internal medicine dedicated to providing exceptional care and support to patients living with rheumatic diseases. With a passion for rheumatology that extends beyond the clinic, Dr. Sarebahi combines her expertise with genuine empathy to improve the lives of those facing complex autoimmune and musculoskeletal disorders.

Dr. Sarebahi completed her medical degree at Baba Raghav Das Medical College in India and went on to pursue specialized training in internal medicine at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital. Recognizing her fascination with rheumatic conditions and the intricate interplay of the immune system, she subsequently completed a fellowship in rheumatology at the University of Virginia Medical Center.

Driven by a commitment to staying at the forefront of her field, Dr. Sarebahi remains actively involved in research and professional development. She has contributed to numerous publications and presentations, sharing her insights and advancing the understanding of rheumatic diseases within the medical community.

In her clinical practice, Dr. Sarebahi takes a holistic approach to patient care, focusing not only on alleviating symptoms but also on improving overall quality of life. She believes in fostering open communication and collaboration with her patients, empowering them to actively participate in their treatment decisions.

With warmth, empathy, and unwavering dedication, Dr. Sarebahi strives to make a meaningful difference in the lives of her patients. Whether it's managing arthritis, lupus, or other rheumatic conditions, she is committed to providing personalized care that addresses each individual's unique needs and concerns.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Dr. Sarebahi enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and advocating for patient education and awareness in rheumatology.