Dr. Avraham has joined Plymouth Bay Orthopedic Associates to provide spine care, nonsurgical management of joint pain and regenerative medicine.
Dr. Avraham completed his medical school education at Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School, followed by his Physiatry residency and training at Temple University Hospital and Moss Rehab, one of the nation’s top rehabilitation centers. He then completed his fellowship in Interventional Pain at the Arizona Pain Treatment Center and stayed as an attending physician following his training. Dr. Avraham continues to work with patients who experience neck, back and joint pains and to identify and treat their pain and help them regain their function. His clinical interests include spine care, nonsurgical management of joint pain and regenerative medicine.
Dr. Avraham notes, “I treat patients with neck, low back and joint pain. These are very painful conditions but fortunately we have a number of treatments available that can provide relief. One of the most gratifying parts of my job is patients sharing with me how great it is to be able to return to the activities they love to do”.
Minimally Invasive treatments of Tendinosis/Tendinitis with ultrasound guided tendon fenestration and Autologous Platelet-Rich
- Undergraduate: Carnegie Mellon University
- Post-Baccalaureate: Rutgers University
- Medical School: Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School
- Physiatry Residency and Training: Temple University Hospital and Moss Rehab
- Fellowship: Arizona Pain Treatment Center