• Contact Info

    Two clinics conveniently covering the New York and New Jersey area.

  • Treatment Options

    A range of treatment for injuries, degenerative conditions and more.

  • Regenexx Info

    The first eastern region clinics to offer Regenexx Stem Cell procedures.

  • New Patient Info

    Information for new patients, including answers to common questions.

The Rehabilitation Medicine Center - New Jersey & New York

The Rehabilitation Medicine Center of New Jersey PA, with offices in Wayne, NJ and New York, NY are multidisciplinary centers headed by medical doctors specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Established in 1986, our state-of-the-art equipment and procedures provide comprehensive diagnostics and treatment alternatives for people with musculoskeletal disorders. We are committed to helping each patient achieve maximum living potential.

Regenexx Procedures

Rehabilitation Medicine Center is the first eastern region clinic to offer The Regenexx Procedures. These advanced stem cell and platelet procedures provide non-surgical treatment options for those suffering from joint or bone pain, torn or strained tendons / ligaments, other common injuries and arthritis.

Regenexx Difference Video

A Non-Surgical Approach

The Rehabilitation Medicine Center is focused on non-surgical treatments, including Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP injections, Prolotherapy and Regenexx Stem Cell Treatments. We offer a wide range of treatment options for pain management including the most advanced regenerative medicine procedures available in the United States. Our patients experience less downtime and avoid lengthy recovery periods associated with surgery. We offer complete rehabilitative services using today's leading equipment and technologies.

About Physiatry

Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) physicians or physiatrist's (pronounced "fizz-Eye-ah-trist") are specialists in diagnosing and treating problems of the musculoskeletal and neurological system. Through non-surgical intervention, the physiatrist evaluates, prescribes, monitors and coordinates the rehabilitation needs of the patient. Regardless of the nature and severity of the patient's injury or condition, the goal of the PM&R physician is to treat the whole person, not just the patient's symptoms.