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Dr. Gretchen Mary Niemioja M.D., Physiatrist (Physical Medicine)

Dr. Gretchen Mary Niemioja M.D.

Physiatrist (Physical Medicine)

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987 Northview Park Rd Saint Paul MN, 55123
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Dr. Gretchen Niemioja is a physiatrist practicing in Saint Paul, MN. Dr. Niemioja is a medical doctor specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. As a physiatrist, Dr. Niemioja focuses on a patients ability to function, and can treat multiple conditions that affect the brain, nerves, spine, bones, muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons. Dr. Niemioja can diagnose and treat pain that is a result of injury, disease or a disabling condition. Physiatrists often lead a team of physical therapists, occupational therapists and physicians in a patients treatment or prevention plan.

Education and Training

University of Mn Med Sch 2008

Provider Details

Female English

Dr. Gretchen Mary Niemioja M.D.'s Practice location

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987 Northview Park Rd -
Saint Paul, MN 55123
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New patients: 612-624-8199

640 JACKSON ST -
SAINT PAUL, MN 55101
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New patients: 651-254-3705
Fax: 651-254-3123

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