Dr. Arora has completed a fellowship in Surgery of the Hand and is Board Certified from the American Board of Surgery. This is Dr. Arora’s specialty, and he does not perform unrelated or general procedures.
Dr. Arora takes pride in fostering excellent communication. A formal letter with an outline of the treatment plan is sent to the Primary Care Physician for any new patient first-time visit.
Follow-up visits are documented by sending office notes. Additionally, communication can be arranged via phone call, fax, or letter.
Emergency situations can often be accommodated on a same-day basis. New patients can be seen within 1-4 days.
As a full-service physician, Dr. Arora sees inpatient consultations and provides emergency department coverage at St. John Providence Southfield and Novi Hospitals. He is strongly committed to his patients. Your patients will always see Dr. Arora and not a supporting provider.
5) Cost Effectiveness
Dr. Arora practices evidence-based medicine and refrains from ordering testing and images on every patient. Instead, he offers conservative solutions designed to solve patient problems and offers surgical intervention when appropriate, necessary and needed.