Bradley Bodner D.O.
Bradley Bodner D.O. is a Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physician (Physiatrist) at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation. He has over 15 years of experience which includes a variety of treatments focused on musculoskeletal management, overall wellness, and aesthetic medicine. He received his degree at Des Moines University, College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery. He then decided to pursue additional specialty training. He was accepted at the University of Chicago where he completed a three-year residency program in the specialized field of Physiatry. Specific treatments include trigger point injections, joint injections, nerve blocks, Osteopathic Manual Medicine, IV nutrition, Low level laser treatment and Carbon Dioxide Injection therapy.
Michael Dobrow, D.O.
Dr. Dobrow has a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Pain Medicine and he is Board Certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Dobrow completed his undergraduate degree at Rutgers University. He earned his D.O. degree (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine) at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. His residency program was affiliated with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
He performs interventional pain management procedures under fluoroscopy. Dr. Dobrow performs procedures such as epidural injections, facet joint injections, medical branch block injections, sacroiliac joint injections, discograms, various joint injections and trigger point injections.
In his spare time he enjoys running and Brazilian jiu Jitsu.
Joseph Mejia, D.O.
Dr. Mejia is board certified in Physiatry, a medical specialty also known as Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). He is fellowship-trained in interventional pain management. After completing his residency at New York University/Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation, he received fellowship training in Interventional Pain/Musculoskeletal Medicine at UMDNJ/Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation.
He works under the paradigm that ‘less is more’; this conservative methodology allows him to help patients reduce symptoms with as little pharmaceutical and/or surgical intervention as possible. He uses Fluoroscopy and Ultrasound — imaging techniques that allow physicians to assess and treat musculoskeletal conditions and perform injection techniques such as Epidural Steroid Injections, Facet Injections, Sacroiliac Joint Injections, Radiofrequency Ablation, and Peripheral Joint Injections (shoulders, hips, knees, etc). Injections are used only when necessary to reduce pain and inflammation so that patients may reap the benefits of rehabilitation.