"I am a strong believer in preemptive medicine and not reactive medicine, though the latter does have its value. Looking for risk factors before they become diseases is a very important part of my practice. Spending the time and effort in risk stratifying the patient goes a long way in disease prevention. I provide appropriate, compassionate, and timely medical care."
Dr. Sunanda Sindhwani was board certified in Internal Medicine in 2001, and joined Internal Medicine Associates of Reston in 2005.
She attended St. Bedes College in Shimla, India for her undergraduate degree, and completed her medical education at Rohtak Medical College in India. After completing her residency, Dr. Sindhwani went on to become the Chief Resident at Hindu Rao Hospital and Batra Hospital and Medical Research Center in New Delhi, India. In 1998, Dr. Sindhwani completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Michigan State University, Spectrum Health East Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
By 2001, Dr. Sundhwani was a practiced internist at Private Practice Medical Group in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She became a Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Wisconsin Clinic, before joining Internal Medicine Associates of Reston in 2005.
Through years of service and compassion Sindhwani has achieved recognition for her work in internal medicine. She was voted as one of America's Best Physicians, received a bronze medal in Physiology, and won the Patient's Choice Award in 2014. Dr. Sindhwani encourages all patients to receive annual check ups and fully participate in their well-being.