Meet dr pamela grover
Dr. Pamela Grover M.D., FAARM, FAAFP is one of six children, raised on a dairy farm in Western, New York. As she will tell you, many of her philosophies and her work ethic come from that beginning. This way of life opened her eyes to the idea of health being based in physicality, farm to table foods, and a reliance on nature. Her family history is a strong one of grandparents living long healthy lives, few medications and rarely seeing a physician.
Dr. Grover's love of high level competitive sports had her focusing on nutrition and healing her body throughout her school career. Her plans were to be an athletic trainer and assist athletes in achieving optimal performance. During this training, she found that her passion went beyond sports performance and was truly based in the human body. With this new mission, she completed medical school at University at Buffalo School of Medicine and BioMedical Sciences. Upon graduation, lured by the sunshine, off she went to Clearwater, Florida to study family medicine and completed her residency at the University of South Florida/Morton Plant Mease Family Practice Residency.
During her first five years of practice, she taught medical students and family medicine residents, and was the medical director of an under-served health clinic. She completed a fellowship at Michigan State in Primary Care Faculty Development and a Certification in Fundamentals of Management.
From 2006 to 2013, she was in private practice and earned the honor of “Top Doctors” in the Tampa Bay, FL region. Her community service includes serving on the Patient Quality and Safety Committee, serving as the Compliance Committee Chairman and serving on the Physician Advisory Board for the 100 Doctor Morton Plant Mease Primary Care Group.
During her time as a primary care physician, she cared for people of all ages and learned that traditional medicine fell short in helping her patients achieve optimal wellness. It was through this search for finding the answers that she discovered the answers in Anti-Aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine. She completed her fellowship in this specialty in 2013 and moved to Rochester to be closer to family and practice Anti-Aging and Functional Medicine full time.
Dr. Grover lives in Penfield, with her husband, two children and her dog, Penny.
Dr. Grover’s mission is to help you find wellness through getting to the root cause of your symptoms. She also will help you restore balance of your biochemistry, hormones and nutrition. Dr. Grover believes in personalized medicine that emphasizes a more natural approach to your therapy by using lifestyle changes, diet, supplements, or medication but always aims to choose the most gentle approach to restoring your body’s balance.