Sandra Sandhu-Restaino, DO

Sandra Sandhu-Restaino, DO


Seeing patients at:

Palm Beach, FL

Dr. Sandra Sandhu-Restaino, DO is a physiatrist who is board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and has been practicing pain management and rehabilitation in Florida for over five years. Dr. Sandhu-Restaino’s approach to treating pelvic pain and dysfunction focuses on improvement of function, setting achievable goals for rehabilitation and measuring progress throughout the course of her patients’ journey to a higher quality of life. When she creates a treatment plan, she doesn’t just address musculoskeletal issues but also factors in diet, lifestyle, and any other issues that may contribute to the root causes of pelvic pain. After completing her undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin, Dr. Sandhu-Restaino attended medical school at A.T. Still University College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she received her doctorate of osteopathic medicine. She interned at Genesys Regional Medical Center in Grand Blanc, Michigan and completed a Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Osteopathic Residency at Larkin Community Hospital in Miami. In 2015, Dr. Sandhu-Restaino began working full-time providing rehabilitation and pain consult services. She joined the Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine team at our Palm Beach, Florida location in 2021.

Get To Know Your Doctor

Why did you become a physiatrist?

One of my relatives had an illness when I was younger, and I think that was what sparked my interest in helping people to overcome health problems. I’m fascinated by chronic pain and I really enjoy working directly with patients to help them overcome their pain and regain function.

What is your favorite part of your job?

It feels great when I’m able to help my patients make real, recognizable progress in improving their physical function and pain levels. It’s always really rewarding when I know that I’ve helped someone enjoy their life more.

What’s something you would like people to know about pelvic health?

Treating pelvic pain isn’t just about addressing the physical symptoms and musculoskeletal issues, it’s about addressing all aspects of lifestyle and health that could be contributing. That means factoring in things like diet, exercise, and any underlying issues in the patient’s medical history that may be impacting their experience of pelvic pain.

Professional Medical Association Memberships

American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Sandra Sandhu-Restaino, DO's Reviews

I give her 5 stars she is so nice
I did extensive research to find one of the best Pudendal Neuralgia doctors in South FL who understands and knows how to correctly and safely treat PN. Thankfully, I found...
Dr. Sandhu gave me a great amount of information and was thorough