About Puneet K. Aggarwal, MDDoctor Puneet Aggarwal is a Physiatrist and is in fellowship at Sheltering Arms Spine and Sport Center in Richmond, VA. Dr. Aggarwal's fellowship practice includes medical management and interventional pain procedures to treat acute and chronic pain patients.
Dr. Aggarwal obtained his Medical Degree from the Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. He completed an internship in Internal Medicine through the University of Virginia Roanoke-Salem Program in Roanoke. He subsequently completed his residency in Physical Medical & Rehabilitation at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. Currently, Dr. Aggarwal is completing a Pain Management Fellowship.
Dr. Aggarwal is a member of many societies including the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports and Occupational Rehabilitation, American Academy of Pain Medicine, and American Pain Society.
1. Abstract #643-1, 3rd World Congress of the ISPRM, (International Society
of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation): SÃ¤o Paulo, Brazil. April 10-15, 2005.
2. Oakley, J.D., Taher M.M., Aggarwal P.K., Hershey C., Estwani I.B., and Valerie
K.C. "Triggering of Apoptosis is not Sufficient for Increasing HIV Gene Expression:
Separation of Apoptosis and Gene Expression in Response to UV" Biochemistry.
3. Abstract #77, 19th Annual Seminar of Cancer Research, (American Cancer Society):
University of Virginia Health Sciences Center, Charlottesville, VA. March 13,
4. Richards, L.E., Hoff, H.A., Aggarwal, P.K. "Grain Growth of high Tc YBa2Cu3O7-x
[Superconductor]" Journal of Electronic Materials. 22 (10) 1233-1239,
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