Dr. Nancy Greenwald joined Idaho Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation in 1997. She graduated from the Brown-Dartmouth medical program in 1993. She completed an internship at Roger Williams Hospital, in 1994, and a residency at the University of Michigan in 1997. Board certifications include National Board of Medical Examiners, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and subspecialty certification in Brain Injury Medicine.
Dr. Greenwald chose to specialize in PMR because it allows her to treat the whole patient rather than focusing on one organ or body system. She enjoys being able to establish long term relationships with her patients. Her passions within PMR include neuro-rehab, specifically concussions and brain injury, also musculoskeletal dysfunctions and the challenge of trying to get people back to functioning at their best level.
Her hobbies include staying active with cycling, skiing, movies, plays, and gardening.