- Conditions treated
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- Area of focus ?
- Movement Disorders, Deep Brain Stimulation, Botulinum toxin for Dystonia
- Languages spoken
- English, Polish
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.
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.
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
Georgetown University School of Medicine, MD - Doctor of Medicine, 2015
Internal Medicine, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC
Neurology, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC
Movement Disorder, Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY
American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology - Neurology