When you become a patient of Dr. Rosenberg you can expect a highly individualized experience. Your diagnosis and treatment options will be thoroughly discussed to help you arrive at your optimal treatment.
Dr. Rosenberg’s 32 plus years as an orthopedic surgeon have provided him an in-depth perspective on orthopedic surgery.
Additionally Dr. Rosenberg is offering evolving regenerative medicine options. This would include minimally invasive treatments that are safe and scientifically sound.
For discriminating patients who prefer to explore both surgical and non-surgical options
About Dr. Gerald M. Rosenberg
Gerald M. Rosenberg, MD, MBA, graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and from The Ohio State University College of Medicine in Columbus, Ohio. He did his orthopedic surgical residency at Mount Carmel Medical Center in Columbus, and then completed a Fellowship in hand and upper extremity at the esteemed Hospital Special Surgery / Cornell Medical Center in New York City. More recently Dr. Rosenberg attended the OSU Fisher College of Business, completing his MBA degree.
Dr. Rosenberg’s thirty-year surgical practice focused on joint reconstruction of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand, as well as knee. He is now concentrating on non-surgical ‘regenerative orthopedic medicine.’ This rapidly evolving science provides an additional treatment alternative for patients. His extensive surgical experience gives Dr. Rosenberg an in-depth understanding of joint anatomy, function, and the various conditions that cause pain. Likewise, he has a surgeon’s skill to deliver injections to specific anatomical targets.
Throughout his career he genuinely enjoys getting to know his patients, and creating unhurried, trusting relationships. He communicates clearly to help patients choose which mode of treatment is the best fit. As a lifetime athlete of many sports, he appreciates how joint pain impacts our lives and activities.
Highly experienced second opinions
- Understand all the pros and cons of your decision
- Tests explained
- What “normal” looks like
- What are your options
- Discussion of other modalities