Dr. Rosenberg is an orthopedic surgeon on staff at MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center with advanced specialized training in surgical and nonsurgical care of the spine. Dr. Rosenberg believes in a patient-centered approach where he presents all the options with the risks and benefits of a nonoperative strategy along with a surgical approach. Both the patient and Dr. Rosenberg decide together on the management of the patient.
Dr. Rosenberg is from the metro Detroit area where he was an All-State baseball player in high school. He continued his education as a student athlete at Johns Hopkins University studying biomedical engineering and computer science. While at Johns Hopkins University, he was involved with research for spine surgery navigation systems. After graduating he worked as a computer programmer while doing research in the field of medical imaging. He studied medicine at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton, FL and continued to follow his childhood passion of athletics by entering a residency program in orthopedic surgery at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Early in his residency he realized his passion for spine surgery. His training included rotations with international experts at Beaumont Hospital, Johns Hopkins University, and The University of Toronto where he learned spine surgery from many different perspectives. He completed his fellowship training in spinal surgery at the internationally renowned and sought-after University of Toronto Spine Program.
Dr. Rosenberg has written articles and presented at multiple orthopedic meetings on topics such as intervertebral disc regeneration. He loves technology and paired with his engineering background he uses new and proven advances in the spine surgery field to perform surgery in the most advanced and safest way possible to optimize patient outcomes.
Dr. Rosenberg stays active and enjoys watching and competing in all sports. He is an avid Detroit sports fan of the Tigers, Lions, and Pistons. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends.
Areas of Interest
Surgical and Non-Surgical Care of the Back, Neck and Spine
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center
University of Toronto