Marcia D. Griffin-Hansraj
CHIEF OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
Marcia D. Griffin-Hansraj, D.O. is Chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at New York Spine Surgery and Rehabilitation Medicine in Poughkeepsie, New York. Dr. Griffin-Hansraj has dedicated her life to the enhancement of the spine and human performance through medical optimizations including specific exercises and nutrition.
Early in her career, Dr. Marcia Griffin-Hansraj dedicated time and energy to the study of athletes and their performance. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine from the Sports Medicine Program at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.
Dr. Marcia Griffin-Hansraj attended medical school at the Western University of Health Sciences, an osteopathic medical school in Pomona, California. She has dedicated a significant amount of extra time to the study and application of osteopathic treatments. The osteopathic skills she has developed allows her to have a unique form of treatment armamentarium in her doctor’s bag.
Dr. Marcia Griffin-Hansraj performed her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at New York Presbyterian Hospital in the combined program at the Combined Columbia and Cornell Campuses in New York, NY. Gaining a broad spectrum of the vast opportunities in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Griffin-Hansraj also worked at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Helen Hayes Rehabilitation Hospital, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, and Blythedale Children’s Hospital. She performed an internship with an internal medicine focus at the Mid-Hudson Family Health Institute at Kingston Hospital in Kingston, New York.
Dr. Marcia Griffin-Hansraj has written significant medical articles and given multiple medical presentations especially in the area of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She is a life-long alpine skier; having over 20 years of yoga practice, an experienced runner, extensive cross fit training, and she enjoys reading. Dr. Griffin-Hansraj is interested in and stays current with continuing medical education from Harvard Medical School in the areas of concussion, sports medicine, and lifestyle medicine.
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A GLOBAL PROBLEM
With 4 out of 5 people suffering at some point in their life, globally, Spinal problems (Neck Pain, Back Pain, Sciatica – typically due to spinal stenosis and herniated discs) are one of the most common reasons to visit a physician in every country. The cost of spine care in the United States is approximately 125 billion dollars a year. Globally the cost is $300 – $500 billion per year. Intelligent people from all walks of life demand to know and want to know what makes up the spine, what problems could arise, and what lifestyle, conservative treatment, and surgical options are available.