Marc R. Gerber, M.D.
Gerber is a graduate of
the State University of New
York at Binghamton with a
Bachelor of Arts in Biology.
He received his Medical
Degree from Downstate
Medical Center in
Brooklyn, New York. He
completed two years of
residency in General
Surgery prior to completing
his residency in Physical
Medicine and Rehabilitation at the State University
of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse.
Dr. Gerber specializes in the non-surgical treatment
of musculoskeletal injuries, neck and low back
conditions, pain management, electrodiagnostic
medicine and sports medicine. While in residency,
Dr. Gerber was a team physician for the Vancouver
Canucks minor league hockey team in Syracuse, New
York and continues to be a physician volunteer at
local sporting events including the annual Walt
Disney World Marathon.
He is Board Certified and a Fellow of the American
Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Dr. Gerber is also subspecialty board certified in Pain
Medicine and was among the first group of physicians
in the nation to be dually board certified in this specialty.
He is a certified Independent Medical Examiner and belongs
to numerous specialty organizations. Dr. Gerber lectures
topics relating to pain medicine and the management
of acute and chronic pain.
Dr. Gerber has been practicing medicine in Central
Florida since 1999, and opened his own private
practice in the summer of 2005.