Dr. Mandira N. Mehra is renowned for having made wellness a passion. She utilizes the latest techniques in the recent advancements of medicine. She believes the best practice of medicine is at the intersection of science and art. Being a double board certified published physician she said her passion is to "optimize every patient's health in order to enable them to feel and look their best". Aside from being a medical doctor she is an international speaker and a medical journalist with her highlight being a well respected television medical correspondent. She has routinely been seen on CBS, FOX 5, NBC, ABC and MHz Networks. Dr. Mehra has quickly become a household name as the founder and co-host of the podcast "Human Condition MD" produced by iheart radio. During her undergraduate tenure she had piano and tennis scholarships. She received her Bachelors in Science in biology and Medical Degree from George Washington University in Washington, DC. She went on to complete her internship, neurology residency and interventional pain fellowship from the ACGME accredited programs at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. Mehra serves as adjunct professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Dr. Mandira N. Mehra, MD
About Dr. Mehra
Dr. Mehra is board certified in both neurology and interventional pain management, which provides her with the unique perspective on tackling the founding causes of various chronic conditions. Dr. Mehra specializes in image guided minimally invasive interventional procedures. These include spine injections, botox, treatments of headaches/ concussions and interventional regenerative procedures. She further improves the quality of patients' lives by treating neuromuscular disorders and providing cutting edge neuromodulation treatments like spinal cord stimulation. She has dedicated her practice of medicine to optimize health and revitalize the mind and body to achieve paramount wellness.
Aside from the above professional accolades, she is married to Dr. Matthew E. Witek, who is a radiation oncology physician and the medical director at the University of Maryland Proton Treatment Center. She is a proud mother of three children. In the true essence of art and culture, she is a renowned international performer and has performed at Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall. Dr. Mehra states she is "dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge to allow everyone to live the happiest and healthiest life".