Dr. Dorota Gribbin, MD

Dr. Gribbin specializes in the diagnoses, treatment and prevention of a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders.

These include back pain and neck pain (spine medicine), entrapment neuropathies, radiculopathies, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndromes, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, connective tissue diseases and post-traumatic conditions, sports medicine, pain treatment/management, regenerative medicine, anti-aging medicine, aesthetic medicine and medical weight loss.

Dr. Gribbin is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and a Section Chairman of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton (Hamilton, NJ).

Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Columbia college of Physicians and Surgeons, Department of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine.

    • Spine and Sports Medicine
    • Interventional Spine Treatment
    • Regenerative Medicine

    Dr. Gribbin has particular expertise in spine medicine, interventional spine treatment procedures, sports medicine and regenerative medicine.

    She specializes in treatment without surgery and avoiding unnecessary steroid injections (unnecessary corticosteroids, cortisone). Trigger point injections are performed with normal saline, sterile water or platelets rich plasma. Botox injections are used for treatment of chronic migraine headaches. The goal is to provide highly effective treatment with no side effects. Physical Therapy (exercise, massage, myofascial release, manual therapy, physical modalities and cryothreapy) is available on site.

    Most of the procedures are performed in our offices on an outpatient basis.

    Education/Qualifications:

    Dr. Gribbin is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and a Section Chairman of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton (Hamilton, NJ).

    Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Columbia college of Physicians and Surgeons, Department of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine.

    She is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University Campus in New York. She was named one of the Best Physicians in Mercer County for 16 consecutive years (1999 to 2015) in the Castle Connolly Guide to the Best Physicians in the New York Metropolitan Area.

     

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Monday

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Tuesday

9am - 1pm

Wednesday

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Thursday

9am - 1pm

Friday

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Saturday

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Our Address:

181 North Harrison Street Princeton, NJ 08540

GPS:

40.359443, -74.6492279

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