Dr. Mudit Arora practices Integrative & Functional Medicine at BodyLogicMD of Edison, where he applies a personalized approach to medicine for his patients with a focus on correcting issues related to menopause, andropause, adrenal fatigue, thyroid dysfunction, and other hormonal imbalances. He utilizes highly individualized wellness programs tailored to address each patient specific needs. Dr. Arora combines customized nutrition and fitness regimens, professional-grade supplements, stress reduction techniques, and natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) to ensure his patients enjoy restored energy, improved mental clarity, enhanced libido, optimized body weight, and the highest quality of life possible.
After completing residency and starting his career in Internal Medicine, Dr. Arora eventually realized that he was in the same situation as many of the patients he was seeing – overly stressed and chronically fatigued. Like many of his patients, he found that traditional medicine was only providing a short-term treatment for symptoms and not addressing the problems which lay at the core. Dr. Arora found himself in the office of an Integrative & Functional Medicine doctor who helped identify the root cause of his issues and worked with him to correct these imbalances at the source. It was then that Dr. Arora decided to make the transition from conventional medicine into Integrative & Functional Medicine so he could help improve the health of patients that are living with the same unanswered questions and symptoms as he was.
Dr. Arora lives by the motto that Optimizing your health is perfecting your lifes potential – in happiness and longevity. He believes that staying active, especially through adventure and travel, is the key to staying young. He inspires his patients by incorporating healthy habits into his own lifestyle through cycling, kickboxing, and hitting the gym regularly.
Dr. Mudit Arora received his medical degree at the Windsor University School of Medicine, and completed his residency at Morristown Medical Center, an affiliate of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, in Morristown, New Jersey.