Kelly Scollon-Grieve, M.D.
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- Interventional Orthopaedics
- Undergraduate – Boston University
- M.D. — Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami
- Internship – New York Medical College
- Residency – University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation
- Fellowship in Sports and Interventional Spine Rehabilitation at Premier Orthopaedics
- Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Regenexx(R)-certified physician
- American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
- Interventional Orthobiologic Foundation
Dr. Scollon-Grieve was a former ballet dancer with the Rock School of the Pennsylvania Ballet and is interested in regenerative interventional orthopaedics. She has presented research at multiple national conferences and authored a chapter, “Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Disorders,” in a rehabilitation medicine textbook. She has been named a Top Doctor in Orthopedics by Main Line Today magazine for multiple years and was honored as a Top Doctor Under 40 by the Pennsylvania Medical Society. Her goal is to restore and optimize her patients’ function without surgery.