Kelly Scollon-Grieve, M.D.

Scollon Grieve
Scollon Grieve


Recognizing the Signs of Tendonitis and How to Treat it

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, tendonitis causes more than 70,000 people to miss work per year. This is just one of many reasons why it is important to understand the symptoms of tendonitis so that you can avoid not only the pain but the inconvenience it...

What are Non-Surgical Treatment Options for a Herniated Disc

The spine consists of 26 bones called vertebrae and between them are cushion-like pads called “intervertebral discs”. The discs serve as shock absorbers for the vertebrae and help provide stability to the spine. When one of these intervertebral discs loses its normal...



  • 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.