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About Us

Welcome to Greenberg Regenerative Medicine

Welcome to Greenberg Regenerative Medicine at the Dee Adams Center of The Bryn Mawr Hospital. We’re pleased to introduce you to Philadelphia’s premier center for regenerative medicine, where we help people like you, heal themselves.

Our regenerative programs are holistic, non-toxic, and non-opioid. We are totally dedicated to finding and fixing the root cause of your aches and pains.

Regenerative Medicine

Get back to doing the things you love, faster without surgery

Stem Cell Therapy is a regenerative therapy that uses the body’s own mesenchymal stem cells and biological growth factors to heal and regenerate injured tissue such as ligaments, tendons, joints, and cartilage. Theoretically, stem cells can regenerate every organ, muscle, vascular system and nerve pathway in the body. When combined with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment, a stem cell treatment is turbocharged with more growth factors and cells that have a greater ability to recruit the immune system to heal. The science behind Stem Cell therapy is constantly expanding and has demonstrated remarkable results. With Stem Cell Therapy, you are not just treating your symptoms, you are repairing yourself cell by cell using nature’s most outstanding biological miracle, the stem cell.

Depending on the severity of your medical condition, Dr. Scott Greenberg may recommend Kinetic Regenerative Therapy (KRT). It is a proactive approach that seeks to halt the progression of numerous conditions and repair injured joints. KRT is a low-risk, high-reward series of infusion treatments that are steroid and opioid-free and completely natural.

Regenerative medicine is defined as the process of replacing or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal functions. Regenerative medicine holds the promise of regenerating damaged tissues and organs in the body by replacing damaged tissue or by stimulating the body’s own repair mechanisms to heal tissues or organs.

Everyone says, choose an experienced stem cell doctor. How much experience does Dr. Greenberg have?

For the past twenty years, Dr. Greenberg has studied the behavior of stem cells and researched their complex nature. Since 1999, he has researched how tissue-specific stem cells function in the body, how they regenerate nerve, joint and tissue systems and how they depend on other blood components to heal an injury. He will typically perform several hundred stem cell procedures and a few thousand PRP treatments per year.

Dr. Greenberg is a pioneering leader in developing new stem cell-based therapies. He serves as the chair of the Institutional Review Board of the American Association of Stem Cell Physicians and is a founding board member. He is also a consulting physician for DSM, a leader in regenerative biological medicine. He was a member of the first team to publish a case study to repair a meniscus tear using autologous stem cell therapy. He also has the distinction to be selected and accredited as Director of the Regenerative Medicine team at the Dee Adams Center for Integrative and Regenerative Medicine at the Bryn Mawr Hospital.

Dr. Greenberg is 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 is a recipient of the Physicians Recognition Award from the American Medical Association. He is a diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners.

Show Us Where Your Pain Is

To learn more about the conditions treated by Greenberg Regenerative Medicine, click or hover over the body part or condition of your interest.

  • Knees
  • Feet & Ankles
  • Hips
  • Wrists & Hands
  • Elbows
  • Shoulders
  • Head & Neck
  • Back & Spine
  • Arthritis

Knees

Knee injuries may reach as high as 2.5 million per year among teen athletes in the United States. The knee is built to support the body’s weight while walking, running and standing. It connects the two lower bones, the fibula and tibia to the thigh bone at the knee joint which is connected by a network of supporting ligaments and meniscus. Protecting the ligaments, nerves and blood vessels is the kneecap or patella which rests on a dense layer of cartilage that serves as a shock absorber.

  • Anterior, Posterior and Medial Ligaments
  • Baker’s Cyst
  • Torn Meniscus of the Knee
  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Feet & Ankles

With 24% of the population complaining of frequent foot pain and 15% complaining of ankle pain, there seems to be a tsunami of foot and ankle pain in the US. With bone spurs, foot and ankle arthritis, sprained ankles, bursitis, flat feet, high arches, plantar fasciitis, tendinitis, tendinosis, mallet toes and more, it is easy to see why over 75-million Americans are eager to put their feet up every day.

  • Morton’s Neuroma
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Ankle Sprains
  • Osteoarthritis of the Ankle
  • Hallux Limitus & Hallux Rigidus
  • Ankle Neuropathy and Fluoroquinolones
    (FQ) Detoxification

Hips

The primary purpose of your hips is to bear your body’s weight while standing and in motion. The hip joint is a flexible, sturdy, multiaxial synovial joint that provided humans with an evolutionary advantage that allowed a relatively weak, clawless, fang-free primitive human to walk and run upright and become the most successful hunter on the planet.

  • Osteoporosis of the Hips
  • Osteoarthritis of the Hips
  • Labral Tear of the Hips
  • Bursitis

Wrists & Hands

The importance of our wrists and hands to our survival is reflected in the sophisticated engineering that can be seen from the tips of our protective keratinous nails to the highly flexible bones in our wrists.

  • Osteoarthritis of the Thumb
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC)
  • Scapholunate Ligament Injury (SLI
  • Trigger Finger (Stenosing Tenosynovitis)
  • De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis

Elbows

The elbow joint system connects the upper arm (humerus) to the lower arm bones of the radius and the larger ulna. The elbow joint allows flexion-extension and pronation-supination movements through the ulno-humeral and proximal radio-ulnar joints, respectively. Like the knee, the elbow joint is dependant on ligaments for support.

  • Golfer’s Elbow & Tennis Elbow
  • Elbow Osteoarthritis
  • Ulnar Collateral Ligament
  • Osteochondral Defect (OCD)

Shoulders

Athletes who engage in repetitive, overhead motions such as swimming, tennis, pitching, and weightlifting are at risk for a shoulder injury. Over time, these activities can lead to inflammation and damage. Pain can also occur as we age and the tendons and ligaments lose some of their elasticity.

  • Labral Tear of the Shoulder
  • Bicipital Tendonitis
  • Rotator Cuff Tears
  • Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
  • Osteoarthritis of the Shoulder

 

Head & Neck

Your neck gives our head exceptional flexibility. It is composed of seven cervical vertebrae and six intervertebral discs which give us an evolutionary edge with the ability to scan almost 260-degrees around us with rapid lateral movements of the neck. Neck flexibility also means vulnerability to high-stress events such as car crashes, tackles, falls, and other traumas.

  • Bulging and Herniated Disc of the
    Neck
  • Cervicogenic Headache
  • Post-concussion Syndrome
  • Cervicocranial Syndrome
  • Temporomandibular Joint
  • Degenerative Disc Disease

Back & Spine

Athletes who engage in repetitive, overhead motions such as swimming, tennis, pitching, and weightlifting are at risk for shoulder injury. Over time, these activities can lead to inflammation and damage. Pain can also occur as we age and the tendons and ligaments lose some of their elasticity. The most common causes of chronic shoulder pain are: Labral tears, Rotator cuff injuries, Arthritis, Biceps tendinitis

  • Bulging and Herniated Discs
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Piriformis Syndrome
  • Pelvic Tilt/ Functional Leg Length Discrepancy
  • Sciatica
  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
  • Osteoporosis Of the Back and Spine

Arthritis

Athletes who engage in repetitive, overhead motions such as swimming, tennis, pitching, and weightlifting are at risk for shoulder injury. Over time, these activities can lead to inflammation and damage. Pain can also occur as we age and the tendons and ligaments lose some of their elasticity. The most common causes of chronic shoulder pain are: Labral tears, Rotator cuff injuries, Arthritis, Biceps tendinitis

Our Treatments

To learn more about the treatments performed by Greenberg Regenerative Medicine, click the links below to learn more.

  • Stem Cell Therapy
  • Prolotherapy
  • Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy is a regenerative therapy which uses the body’s own mesenchymal stem cells and biological growth factors to heal and regenerate injured tissue such as ligaments, tendons, joints, and cartilage. Theoretically, stem cells can regenerate every organ, muscle, vascular system and nerve pathway in the body.

Prolotherapy is a non-surgical, opioid-free, natural treatment that signals your body to send healing components to injured joints where connective tissues such as cartilage, tendons and ligaments can be regenerated. A prolotherapy treatment may require several injections over several months to initiate and support tissue regeneration and improve joint functionality.

Platelet Rich Plasma uses your own blood to orchestrate the regeneration of a wide range of tissues including ligaments, cartilage, and tendons. The infusion of PRP at the injury site initiates the body’s healing mechanism by promoting and activating natural therapeutic biochemicals and growth factors that eventually rebuild and remodel the injured soft tissue.

WE ARE CDC COMPLIANT

Any patient that enters the building will be screened by having their temperature taken, as well as, a questionnaire from Main Line Health. Once in the office, patients will be asked to wash their hands immediately and their temperature may be taken again. All patients will have a safe distance between them and patients will only be seen once per hour. The Greenberg Regenerative staff will be wearing masks and ensuring that all safety protocols and guidelines per Main Line Health and the CDC are being followed. At the end of the appointment, patient’s have the option to take a Greenberg Regenerative Medicine hand sanitizer to allow them to remain safe and healthy.