Mohammad H. Gharavi, M.D., has been providing pain management services for over 30 years. He has also been a diplomat of the American Academy of Pain Management since 2003.
Dr. Gharavi graduated in Bachelor of Science (physical therapy) from the School of Rehabilitation and Social Welfare in Tehran, Iran, in 1978.
In 1990, he completed his Master of Medical Science (MMSc) degree in orthopedic physical therapy from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
After gaining some work experience, Dr. Gharavi entered a medical school. In 1998, he obtained his M.D. degree from St. George's University School of Medicine.
Dr. Gharavi conducted his residency program in general surgery at Howard University Hospital in Washington, DC.
During the early years of his career, Dr. Gharavi designed and helped develop the Point Finder & Stimulator, a medical device that can locate and treat pain areas on the body surface using micro-current electrical pulses.
This device is currently used in a variety of different medical fields, including electro-acupuncture, to alleviate pain in complicated cases that had been considered untreatable prior to this device.
In 1997, Dr. Gharavi co-founded the Ibn Sina Health Foundation of North America, driven by his passion for the community's health and well-being.
That's not all! Dr. Gharavi has also developed nonsurgical techniques to avoid painful surgeries for patients with neck, back, or knee pain.
Dr. Gharavi strongly believes in rehabilitation and physical activities instead of relying on medications alone.