Grossinger NeuroPain Specialists
Grossinger NeuroPain Specialists is the pain management arm of Dr. Bruce Grossinger’s practice. Treating patients since 1985, Dr. Grossinger is the former Chief Resident in the Neurology Department of The New York Medical College and is board certified in neurology, pain medicine, and electrodiagnostic medicine.
At Grossinger NeuoroPain Specialists, we help patients across the South Philadelphia and Delaware Valley areas manage and treat acute and chronic pain stemming from a wide variety of orthopedic conditions and injuries.
Our Mission and Philosophy
Living with pain on a daily basis is something no one should have to go through. Our mission is to help you identify the source of your pain with cutting-edge medical technology, and to provide you with the best, longest-lasting solution.
We strive to heal non-surgically, whether that means treating you ourselves or connecting you with specialists outside our areas of practice.
Our pain management practice incorporates a spectrum of medical disciplines, including anesthesiology, sports medicine, and psychology, but it can be boiled down to two main services: diagnosis and treatment.
Diagnosis begins with a thorough evaluation of your ailment and your medical history. It also typically involves testing with an EMG (electromyograph) to help us detect abnormal electrical activity that may be related to your pain. We also provide Impact testing for concussion evaluation.
Our treatments take several different forms, from regenerative medicine to neuropathic medication and even surgical intervention, when necessary. They include:
Epidural steroid injections
Facet joint blocks
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections
We perform injections with fluoroscopic guidance to ensure precise medication delivery to the source of pain.
If we determine that physical therapy or chiropractic care is the best option for you, we will refer you to a provider we know and trust.
Conditions We Treat
We can assist you with pain related to the following conditions:
Facet joint syndrome
Tendon and ligament sprains and tears
Swelling or herniated discs
Pinched nerves (radiculopathy)
Concussions and other sports injuries
Where to Find Us
We share office space with Philadelphia PRP and Stem Cell Institute in Baldwin Tower on the Main Line. Patients have convenient access via the SEPTA train by exiting at the Eddystone station, or via bus routes 37 or 114. On-site parking is also available.
The address is:
1510 Chester Pike
Eddystone, PA 19022
Get in Touch
For appointments, questions or any other inquiries, submit the contact form or call us at (610) 521-6063.