Kristopher M. Grajny, MD


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Conditions treated
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Area of focus ?
Movement Disorders, Deep Brain Stimulation, Botulinum toxin for Dystonia
LVHN Affiliates
Lehigh Valley Fleming Neuroscience Institute
Languages spoken
English, Polish

Dr. Grajny's Locations

less than  km

About Dr. Grajny

Philosophy of care

I was drawn to Neurology because I love building a longterm relationship with my patients. The conditions I treat – Parkinson's Disease, dystonias and tremors – are often challenging, chronic diseases that involve years of comprehensive treatment. I love helping my patients understand their symptoms and the best therapies available for them.

Why I entered medicine

I took a roundabout path to Medicine. After finishing college, I worked on Wall Street in Investment Banking. While I appreciated the stimulating atmosphere it provided, I realized that I really missed human interaction. I went back to school and began my transition toward a more meaningful career. After many years of training, including medical school and residency at Georgetown University, I find myself in the career I always wanted.

Community involvement

My wife and I are new to the Lehigh Valley area and we are really excited to see what the area has to offer. Once settled here, I would love to find meaningful ways to give back to the community.  I previously worked with the Big Brother organization for several years, and I hope to find new mentoring opportunities here.

Personal interests

When I'm not at the hospital, you can usually find me outside in the mountains. I love outdoor sports like skiing, hiking, climbing, and mountain biking. I also enjoy playing tennis. My wife and I are currently looking to adopt a dog.


Georgetown University, BA - Government, 2003

Medical Training
Georgetown University School of Medicine, MD - Doctor of Medicine, 2015


Internship 2016
Internal Medicine, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC

Residency 2019
Neurology, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC

Fellowship 2020
Movement Disorder, Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY


American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology - Neurology

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