Scott Greenberg, M
Dr. Greenberg became interested in pain management treatment when traditional medicine could not solve his pain problems. Having been struck by a drunk driver at over 75 miles per hour, Dr. Greenberg suffered for years with headaches and debilitating pain in his back, knee and shoulder. After months of therapy, MRI testing, and consultations with both orthopedic surgeons and neurologists, there was no treatment to be offered other than narcotics – which he refused. It was not until Dr. Greenberg discovered prolotherapy that he was able to treat himself and cure his chronic pain. He now enjoys activities such as biking, ocean kayaking, weightlifting, running, and hockey – when he is not helping others experience the same natural pain relief.
He has lectured extensively and internationally on prolotherapy, PRP, stem cell therapy, and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS). He sits on an institutional review board that oversees stem cell studies and research and serves as a consultant in regenerative orthopedics to a major multinational biotechnology company. He has helped to design medical devices for stem cell and PRP extraction. Dr Greenberg is the author of Self-Care Anywhere, published by New Century Publishing in 2000, as well as many articles on alternative medicine that have appeared in esteemed medical journals. He is frequently featured in print and broadcast outlets at both the national and local levels.
Dr. Greenberg is a diplomate of the American Board of Family Practice, a member of the American College for The Advancement in Medicine and a member of the American Association of Orthopedic Medicine. He holds Board Certification in Family Practice and has received proficiency certification in Chelation Therapy. He is also a diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners and is a recipient of the Physicians Recognition Award from the American Medical Association.
Dr. Greenberg received his B.A. in Biology at Rutgers University and attended medical school at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, achieving many academic honors in addition to community service awards. Dr. Greenberg completed his residency in Family Practice in 1999 at the Bryn Mawr Hospital in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, where he began a clinical trial on the use of the immune-boosting herb echinacea, and served as a member of the Hospital Institutional Review Board. He joined the Magaziner Center for Wellness in 1999.
Dr. Greenberg was recently named one of the top doctors in New Jersey by NJ Top Docs in 2018.