Dr. Benjamin Bieber, MD
Benjamin Bieber, MD is an internationally recognized expert on non-surgical orthopedics. He received his residency training from the world renowned Rusk Institute - New York University Medical Center in 1986. After completion of his residency training he was mentored by Dr. Hans Kraus President Kennedy’s back physician and Dr. Andrew Fischer who is internationally recognized in non-surgical orthopedics and is credited with the invention of diagnostic tools and injections to immediately eradicate musculoskeletal conditions.
In addition to having a highly successful practice he plays an integral part in the residency training program teaching non-surgical orthopedics and electrodiagnostic medicine at the Rusk Institute – New York University Medical Center where he also holds an academic appointment.
April 2013 two volume texts will be published called Spine Care and Treatment where he authored a chapter on trigger point injections where the editors are affiliated with the spine department of New York University Langone Medical Center.
Dr. Bieber is also very much involved in regenerative medicine. He performs Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and adipose (fat) derived stem cell therapy offering patients a solution to accelerate healing of tendon injuries and osteoarthritis naturally without subjecting the patient to significant risk.
Platelet Rich Plasma, STEM CELLS from fat or bone, and other treatments and modalities mentioned in this web site are medical techniques that may or may not be considered mainstream. As with any medical treatment, results will vary among individuals, and there is no implication that you will heal or receive the same outcome as patients herein. There could be pain or substantial risks involved. These concerns should be discussed with your health care provider prior to any treatment so that you have proper informed consent and understand that there are no guarantees to healing.
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