Brian K. Goldberg, MD

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Physiatry)

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Physiatry)
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Interventional Spine and Non-Surgical Spine Care, Myofascial Pain, Electrodiagnostics
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Lehigh Valley Orthopedic Institute
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About Dr. Goldberg

Philosophy of care

I work in tandem with you to solve your present spine pain symptoms and to create strategies to prevent future pain and injury. I also develop efficient treatment plans to help you quickly navigate the health care system in order achieve your functional goals related to work, sports and daily activities.

I like to offer you a full array of non-surgical treatment options including traditional and alternative medicine while also providing direction when surgical referral is needed. And I work with other members of the health care team – including other physicians and physical therapists – to bolster a multi-disciplinary spine approach.

Why I entered medicine

I embrace the challenging, ever-changing aspects of modern medicine. I enjoy being a constant learner of science and technology and imparting this knowledge to my patients to help them solve their problems and limitations. I also cherish the uniqueness of the trusted doctor-patient relationship.

Community involvement

I am a youth baseball coach for South Parkland and volunteer at many school programs and events. I also have served on the boards of the JCC and religious institutions.

Personal interests

I enjoy playing baseball with my two sons and playing basketball with my daughter. As a family, my wife and I love taking time to travel with our kids. I also enjoy reading and spending time outdoors.


University of Pennsylvania, BA - Biology, 1998

Medical Training
New York University School of Medicine, MD - Doctor of Medicine, 2003


Internship 2004
Internal Medicine, North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, NY

Residency 2007
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, New York University-Rusk Institute

Fellowship 2008
Spine Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH


American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

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