Dr. Harinder K. Sidhu is a board certified neurologist. She has practiced neurology in Central Florida for over twenty years. She has also practiced acupuncture since 2006.
Dr. Sidhu attended Armed Forces Medical College in Pune, India. Upon graduation, she spent one year at the Military Hospital in Pune, India. She later completed four years of residency at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh, India, where she spent six months in ophthalmology and three-and-a-half years in internal medicine. She then worked for the New Delhi Health Department as a Medical Specialist. Later, she moved to England and worked for the National Health Service. She became a member of the Royal College of Physicians after becoming board certified in internal medicine while there. Dr. Sidhu then moved to the United States and completed four more years of residency, including one year of internal medicine at Prince George's Hospital in Maryland and three years of neurology at the Medical College of Georgia. She started her neurology practice in 1991 in Central Florida and hasn't moved since!
Dr. Sidhu became interested in acupuncture after many of her patients had positive experiences with the ancient Chinese practice. She was trained in 2006 in California under Dr. Joseph Helms, the father of acupuncture in the United States, and has been effectively using it in treatment since then.
Dr. Sidhu values a patient-centered approach to medicine. She focuses extensively on each patient's history and takes a holistic approach to finding an appropriate treatment. She believes that the mind, body, and spirit contribute to each patient's physical and mental well-being.
Dr. Sidhu's yellow Labrador, Tiger, is a patient favorite and has been a frequent guest at the office since he was two months old.
Languages: Punjabi, Hindi, and proficient in Spanish