Patients seek treatment with Dr. Lieberman who suffer from pain, both acute neck, shoulder and back pain–with or without nerve injuries or sciatica–as well as orthopedic medicine or nerve pain. He pairs proactive patient treatment plans with non-surgical therapies for muscle, tendon and ligament strains and tears as well as stable fractures and arthritis. Trapped nerve syndromes, such as carpal tunnel, and cartilage tears can also be treated with the latest technologies.
His practice offers state-of-the-art techniques and individualized, holistic solutions. His approach encompasses alternative regenerative therapies for conditions that coincide or mimic spine-referred pain such as hip or extremity-referred pain from the back or neck. These conditions may be treated with state-of-the-art ultrasound guided procedures to facilitate individualized treatment modules.
Dr. Lieberman is committed providing expert spine and orthopedic medical care. He specializes in proactive treatment plans paired with non-surgical therapies through the accurate diagnosis and treatment of the causes of spine and musculoskeletal pains which can mascaraed as nerve injuries such as shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, foot and ankle pain. Servicing Delaware for the past eleven years with specialty work in automobile injures and work related injuries, his unique range of services, dedicated staff and coordinated expertise allows for optimization of your overall function and wellbeing.
His unique range of services, dedicated staff and coordinated expertise, allow Dr. Lieberman to deliver the highest standard of care. He truly puts himself in the shoes of his patients by actively listening to their concerns.
"You gave my mother back a normal way of life. My mother Jessie Reinholz could barley walk into the office or sit on the floor and play with my daughter. She had the neuro stimulator implanted for a trial period, and the results were amazing. Now she is pain free thanks to you, Dr. Lieberman and the wonderful equipment you used. You gave my mother back a normal way of life." -Melissa
"I am finally able to get around on my own. I suffered from chronic low back pain for 18 months after a lumbar fusion. I was not getting any relief from medications or therapy. After a trial period with the spinal cord stimulator, there was an incredible and total loss of pain. I am finally able to get around on my own and not miss out on social activities which the pain use to prevent." -Andrew Ghosen
"I am pain free, and now able to walk a distance as I did years ago.. Thank you, Thank you! When I first came to Dr. Lieberman I needed assistance getting out of bed, up from a chair, in and out of a car. After my last treatment, I am pain free, and now able to walk a distance, as I did years ago. Not only did you and your efficient staff help me by treating the source of pain, but your guidance for the future is most helpful and appreciated. I have and will refer others to you." ―Joyce Damash
"I was addicted to pain pills, I don’t need them anymore. I had lower back pain for almost two years. I was seeing a pain management doctor for the pain. I had injections for the pain and also pain medication. After still being in pain, I decided to see Dr. Lieberman Now, I am in no pain. I was addicted to pain pills, I don’t need them anymore. The Doctor and staff were so kind to get me help with that problem that my former Doctor had done to me. I can pick my son up now, which I had not been able to do in two years. I am in no pain, thank you Dr. Lieberman you are a miracle worker." ―Audrey Waugh
"In the last 6 months, I have been pain free. I first saw Dr. Lieberman with really bad back pain running down into my left leg. I was given three epidurals two weeks apart. In the last 6 months, I have been pain free. Dr. Lieberman was the only doctor out of many who was able to help me. I’m so thankful that I have come to your office. Thank you so much." ―Shirley Biddle
"My pain is 80-90% better. I have had problems with pain in my lower back, thighs, and both legs for several years. I have been to several other doctors because of this pain with no relief in sight. I had a little relief with therapy, but nothing compared to the relief that I got from Dr. Lieberman Since I have come to Dr. Lieberman my pain is 80-90% better. I think Dr. Lieberman is an excellent spine Doctor, and I would recommend him to anyone who has this problem. Thank God for giving people like Dr. Lieberman the knowledge to help people like me!" ―Virginia Coston
"I feel like a new person. I can only praise Dr. Lieberman for the service I received. I was in pain for months with my back. After seeing Dr. Lieberman a few time, he decided cortisone injections in my back was the best option for the pain, which was due to arthritis he saw on my MRI. After one injection, my back was good as new. I feel like a new person. Thank you Dr. Lieberman!!" ―Rosalie Hignutt
This outpatient procedure is an injection of a steroid-anesthetic medication.
The facet joints, found on both sides of the back of the spine, can become painfully irritated or inflamed.
This injection procedure is performed to relieve low back and radiating leg pain.
This minimally-invasive procedure, also called radiofrequency (RF) rhizotomy...
This procedure is performed to relieve leg pain caused by complex regional pain syndromes...
This diagnostic procedure is performed to identify a painful facet joint.
This minimally-invasive procedure uses a radiofrequency probe to stun painful nerves in the facet joints...
This injection procedure is performed to relieve pain caused by arthritis in the sacroiliac joint where the spine and hip bone meet.
Spinal cord stimulation (also called SCS) uses electrical impulses to relieve chronic pain of the back, arms and legs.
This outpatient procedure is an injection performed to relieve pain in the upper back.
This minimally-invasive procedure, also called radiofrequency (or RF) rhizotomy...
This injection procedure relieves pain in the upper back, ribs, and abdomen...
This outpatient procedure is designed to reduce or relieve the pain of trigger points.
This outpatient procedure is an injection of a steroid-anesthetic medication through an opening in the sacrum.
This injection relieves pain in the neck, shoulders, and arms caused by a pinched nerve (or nerves) in the cervical spine.
This injection procedure is performed to relieve neck, shoulder and arm pain related to compression of a nerve root in the cervical spine.
This outpatient procedure is an injection of pain-relieving medication into one or more costovertebral joints.
This minimally-invasive procedure uses a small needle and probe device to reduce a herniated disc, quickly relieving pain in most patients.
This diagnostic procedure, also called discogram, is used to determine whether back pain is caused by one or more spinal discs.
Here are Studies that Showing that using Ultrasound Guidance for orthopedic injection procedures are more accurate.
A patient who had fallen on the ice at work came to us complaining of hip pain and that he was “tired of being drugged” and “tired of sitting at home”. Duane worked for Walmart in the shipping and receiving area for 23 years and was 6 months away from making his pension. For obvious reasons, he was very anxious...
A patient fell off of a ladder at work complaining that his “back was killing him” and that “no one was able to help him.” He was told that “it was just arthritis and that he “would have to live with it.” Larry worked as a lineman and stated that he needed to be able to climb and lift heavy wiring. After carefully assessing him...
Two weeks after sliding into second base, an avid softball player, age 54, came to us with excruciating back pain. X-Rays revealed a hair line fracture, while motion study X-Rays showed that there was no instability. We prescribed a special back brace that the patient wore for six weeks. Then, when new X-Rays showed...
A patient came to me with whiplash of her neck and associated headaches from a car accident. Sylvia worked as a pharmaceutical representative, spending much of her time driving. She was also an avid tennis player. But she was struggling with pain and was anxious and depressed that things would not change...
Good detective work is often the reason why our treatments succeed where others fail. For instance, a 33-year-old receptionist came to us who had been treated unsuccessfully for two years for an alleged pinched nerve in the neck. Her symptoms were neck and shoulder pain radiating into the left arm...