Until further notice, please direct all medical and emergency calls to the following colleagues:
Dr. Gresser feels privileged to present these invaluable friends, colleagues, and exceedingly knowledgeable professionals who provide provide the highest degree of care.
Dr. Hoffberg is the Associate Medical Director of Rehabilitation and Pain Management Associates and is Board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Electrodiagnostic Medicine.
Dr. Hoffberg has written and lectured frequently on the areas of musculosketal pain and electrodiagnostic testing.
Dr. Hoffberg is actively involved in many local and national committees dealing with the topics of pain, quality control, utilization review and long term care.
Mark Allen Young, MD, MBA, FACP, is a board-certified specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Physiatry) and is a Registered Medical Acupuncturist. His sub-specialty interest is pain management.
Internationally known, Dr. Young is the author of over 70 publications relating to Rehabilitation Medicine and has co-authored three rehabilitation textbooks, including the award-winning PMR Secrets, which has been translated into multiple foreign languages and garnered global acclaim. Dr. Young’s publications have appeared in a diverse and prestigious array of medical and lay journals, including Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), New England Journal of Medicine and The New York Times.
The founder of Rehabilitation and Pain Management Associates, Dr. Rosen has served as Medical Director since 1975.
Dr. Rosen was among the pioneer advocates of utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach in the treatment of pain and other disabilities. He has written and lectured extensively on the rehabilitation process and the importance of appropriate utilization of a comprehensive treatment approach to pain management, particularly by being aware of, and appropriately treating, the Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction Syndromes and the Fibromyalgia Syndromes. He is an acknowledged leader in the ongoing research about these enigmatic conditions.