Dr. Bruce Grossinger graduated magna cum laude from Lehigh University in 1981. In June 1985 he graduated from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, interning at Philadelphia’s Metropolitan Hospital. He later served as chief resident in the neurology department of The New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York. He has worked with many Philadelphia-area hospitals including Taylor, Crozer Chester, Riddle, Springfield, and Christiana Hospitals, among others.
Dr. Grossinger has board certifications in a wide range of medical specialties, training for many years in neurology and later in pain medicine and psychiatry. He is also board certified in electrodiagnostic medicine and as an independent medical evaluator.
The Sports Doc is continuously working to broaden his knowledge of cutting-edge medicine and has been assisting Dr. Philippe Hernigou, the world’s leading stem cell practitioner, specifically for that purpose
Many patients may know Dr. Grossinger better as “Bruce the Sports Doc” through his many years covering Philadelphia teams on ESPN Radio and VoiceAmerica. Bruce is a die-hard Philly fan and long-time Eagles and Sixers season ticket-holder. He is also very family oriented, balancing his time as a doctor and radio personality with his home life as a husband and father of two.