Dr. Sam Oraee

Dr. Samad Oraee is the medical director of Neurological Center of Northern Virginia. He has been active in the Northern Virginia community, living, and practicing neurology since 1993.

He speaks fluent Farsi and Spanish. He completed his under graduate studies at California State University at Northridge and has a BA and BS in electrical engineering. He graduated from medical school at Technological University of Santiago, and neurology from Stony Brook University hospital, NY. Samad Oraee held academic position in clinical instructor in Neurology at Northport Veteran Administration Medical Center facility of Stony Brook University Hospital. He was acting chief of Neurology at VAMC at Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Dr. Oraee’s areas of expertise and interests are neurology, neurophysiology, pain management and stroke. He was instrumental in development of stroke care program at Sentara Hospital and INOVA Fairfax Hospital, Fair Fax Virginia. He was mentioned and listed in Potomac news and Money magazine for his work in Stroke at Potomac and INOVA Fairfax hospital.

Dr. Samad Oraee’s philosophy revolves around disease prevention, pain free, independent, active and healthy life.

He is an active member of:

American Academy of Neurology
National Stroke Association
American Board of Pain Medicine
American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
American Medical Association

Dr. Oraee is committed to delivering the highest quality care to his patients through:

1. The latest advancements in pain diagnosis and treatment tailored to individual needs, including medication, injection and physical therapy.
2. A comprehensive approach, accurate diagnoses and patient-centered focus.
3. Compassion and concern for the dignity of each life affected by pain or a neurological illness.
4. Convenient hours and an accessible location, plus a newly renovated facility that offers the most state-of the-art equipment available.