F.A.P.M.R. Dorota M. Gribbin, M.D. 

​Assistant Clinical Professor

Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons

Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine
New York-Presbyterian
The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell​​

AWARDS 

Castle Connolly Guide Top Doctor’s in the New York Metro Area:
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014 and 2015

New Jersey Magazine: Best Doctors

2005, 2010, 2011 & 2012

2002 – 2004
President of the New Jersey Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

2000 – 2002
Vice President of the New Jersey Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

1997 – 2000
Middlesex County Delegate to the Medical Society of N.J. House of Delegates

U.S.A. Patent for a new use of an existing product: Polydimethylsiloxane use for treatment of muscular contractures.

Gribbin, DM, Pugliese, GN, Rook, JL: Silicone Pads: a new treatment for Muscular contractures, The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, October 24, 1990.

Lachmann, EA, Tunkel, R, Von Estroff, I, Ladin, KS, Gribbin, DM: Neurosercoidosis
presenting as paraparesis. The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Annual Meeting
in Phoenix, Arizona, October 24, 1990.

Rook, JL, Gribbin, DM, Gribbin, CE: Peripheral vascular disease as a complication of Radiation
therapy. The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Annual Meeting in San Francisco,
California, November 13, 1992.

Pollepalle, S, Pugliese, G, Gribbin, DM, Myers, S, Lieberman, J: Posttraumatic syringomyelia
in a patient with no neurological deficits at the time of original injury. Association of Academic
Physiatrists, Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, February, 1996.

Gribbin, DM: Rehabilitation of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The Polish Didactic Conference:
Diagnosis and Treatment of the Entrapment Neuropathies in Krakow, Poland,  October 24-25, 2003.

1. Gribbin, DM, Pugliese, GN, Rook, JL: Silicone Pads: Anew Treatment for Muscular
Contractures. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1990:71, 10:791

2. Lachman, EA, Tunkel, R, Von Estroff, I, Ladin, KS, Gribbin, DM: Neurosarcoidosis
Presenting as

3. Rook, JL, Gribbin, DM, Gribbin, CE: Peripheral Vascular Disease as a Complication of
Radiation Therapy. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1992: 73, 10: 960

4. Pollepalle, S, Pugliese, G, Gribbin, DM, Myers, S, Lieberman, J: Posttraumatic
Syringomyelia in a Patient with no Neurological Deficits at the Time of Original Injury.
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1996: 5, 2: 157

5. Gribbin, DM, Pugliese, GN, Griffith, OW, Green, RE, Rook, JL, Nagler, W:
Polydimethylsiloxane Polymer: A New Treatment for Muscular Contractures in Patients
with Contraindications for Traditional Therapy (submitted)

6. Gribbin, DM: Rehabilitation of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Banach M, Bogucki, A:
Diagnosis and Treatment of the Entrapment Neuropathies, Practical Medicine, Krakow
2003, p.123-127.

7. “Lumbrical-interosseous distal latency as a useful method for diagnosis of extreme and
minimal carpal tunnel syndrome”, accepted for publication, The Journal of Physiology
and Pharmacology 2010.

1997 – Present

Director of Comprehensive Pain and Rehabilitation Center, Princeton and Mercerville, New Jersey

1997 – Present

Attending Physiatrist Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton, Hamilton, New Jersey

2003 – Present

Chief of Section Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton, Hamilton, New Jersey

2003 – Present

Attending Physiatrist University Princeton Medical Center, Princeton, New Jersey

1996 – Present

Assistant Clinical Professor Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, New York Presbyterian Hospital, University Hospital of Cornell and Columbia, Manhattan, New York

1994 – 1996

Clinical Instructor, Columbia University-Presbyterian Hospital, Manhattan, New York

1993 – 2000

Attending Physiatrist, Edison Metuchen Orthopaedic Group, Edison, NJ
Attending Physiatrist, J.F.Kennedy Medical Center, Edison, New Jersey

1992 – 1993

Attending Physiatrist, International Center for the Disabled, Manhattan, New York

1992 – 1993

Attending Physiatrist, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation West Orange, New Jersey

1989 – 1992

Resident in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, The New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center, Manhattan, New York

1988 – 1989

Intern in Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Medical Center, Manhattan, N.Y.

1985 – 1988

Research in Cardiovascular Physiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Manhattan, New York

1984 – 1985 Fellow in Rehabilitation Medicine and Orthopaedics, Hospital Hotel Dieu, University of Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France

1977 – 1984

Medical Academy of Warsaw, Poland

1973 – 1977

Nicolas Copernicus High School, Warsaw, Poland

New York State, New Jersey State

Certification Diplomate, ECFMG (1988)

Diplomate, FLEX (1989)

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 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.