Brian P. Grossbard, DVM, DACVS, a native of Florida, graduated with honors from the University of Florida in Gainesville, where he received both his Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Biology and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. During his tenure at the University of Florida, he was active in the feral cat spay and neuter program, developed an interest in orthopedic and neurosurgery for cats and dogs and participated in regenerative medicine research at the College of Medicine. Dr. Grossbard then completed a one-year internship in Small Animal Surgery, Internal Medicine and Critical Care at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. He relocated to New York to complete an intensive one-year internship in Surgery and a post graduate one-year internship in Neurology at Long Island Veterinary Specialists.
Dr. Grossbard completed a three-year comprehensive residency in small animal orthopedics, soft tissue and neurosurgery at Long Island Veterinary Specialists and is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Dr. Grossbard is certified in Stem Cell Therapy and is currently involved in research involving diagnostic imaging and surgery in patients with traumatic spinal cord injury. His areas of special interest include neurosurgery, minimally invasive orthopedic surgery and soft tissue surgical oncology.
Dr. Grossbard has been practicing veterinary surgery in New York since 2006. He is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Dr. Grossbard is also a certified provider of Vet-Stem stem Regenerative Medicine and has been providing stem cell therapy for dogs and cats since 2006.
When not working, Dr. Grossbard can be found chauffeuring his rescue German Shepard dogs Nemo and Nellie to various dog parks around Brooklyn and surrounding areas. He enjoys bicycling, traveling with his dogs and all the arts, food and culture of Brooklyn.