Dr. Sudberg is formally trained in Physical and Neuromuscular Medicine and is a New York City native. His post-graduate medical training was performed at Staten Island University Hospital and North Shore-Long Island Jewish Hospital.
Prior to his medical education he was a research scientist at Harvard University’s Massachusetts General Hospital and St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Manhattan, helping further understanding on tissue engineering and musculoskeletal disorders.
In addition to his specialty specific training, Dr. Sudberg has undergone additional procedure specific training in nerve conduction studies and muscular diagnostics at Columbia Presbyterian University to perfect his skill set in this area.
His professional memberships include:
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Association of Academic Physiatrists
Associate of the American Board of Physical medicine and Rehabilitation
AAPM&R-Medical Student Mentor
-Providing medical students with information about the field of PM&R and residency application process
American Council on Exercise
American Fitness and Aerobics Association
Dr. Sudberg speaks English and conversational Spanish, is a Certified Physical Trainer and Kinesiologist, as well as a USTA Tennis Instructor, as well as a former competition skier.
His specific areas of interest and research are Sports Medicine and Muscular Disorders, specifically pertaining to the lower back and lower extremities. His expertise allows our practice to have the most modern and complete diagnostic testing for causes of leg, back and pelvic pain available at each center.