Dr. Grover earned his medical degree from the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College, India. He completed his PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Marquette University and NIDRR Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training Fellowship at the Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Engineering Center, Medical College of Wisconsin and Marquette University in Milwaukee. This was followed by residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Washington University School of Medicine and a Masters in Healthcare Administration at Missouri State University.
With this diverse background spanning rehabilitation, engineering, and leadership, Dr. Grover’s clinical, research, program development and advocacy efforts are focused on comprehensive limb care, care system development, provider and patient education, and prosthetics/rehabilitation access facilitation for persons with limb loss.
Nationally, he chairs the Limb Care Networking Group at American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, and serves on the Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee at the Amputee Collation, the largest national limb-loss patient advocacy organization. In addition, Dr. Grover serves on the Quality, Practice, Policy and Research Committee at the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as on other national rehabilitation related panels.