New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation; American Academy of Pain Management
Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine of NYU Medical Center
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Dr. Gregorace completed his medical school education at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. He went on to train at Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine of NYU Medical Center where he was chief resident during his senior year of residency training.
Dr. Gregorace is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and by the American Academy of Pain Management.
He is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and a member of the American Academy of PM&R Research Review Committee.
He has written numerous articles for The Physician and Sports Medicine and Practical Pain Management on a variety of topics within musculoskeletal medicine.
He is currently conducting research on the efficacy of prolotherapy for the treatment of chronic low back pain.
Dr. Gregorace is a faculty member at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. He has been in private practice since 1997 and has special interests in chronic pain management, musculoskeletal medicine, neuropathic pain and prolotherapy.
After more than a decade's experience, Dr. Gregorace believes that the osteopathic manual medicine approach to Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation affords him the unique ability to understand the musculoskeletal system and its pathology better.
His patients benefit from a "hands-on" approach to treatment, using osteopathic techniques in conjunction with traditional rehabilitation medicine treatments.