Douglas Freiberger, M.D.
Multidisciplinary Pain Specialist
- ABMS Board Certified
- Emory Fellowship Trained
- Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine
- Adjunct Assistant Professor
- Emory School of Medicine
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Dr. Freiberger graduated from college and medical school at Emory University, where he was a Woodruff Scholar and varsity athlete. He subsequently completed his residency and a pain medicine fellowship at Emory. From there, Dr. Freiberger continued on as assistant professor with the Emory University School of Medicine while specializing in acute and chronic pain medicine.
During his faculty tenure at Emory, Dr. Freiberger was promoted to director of the Grady Pain Clinic and lectured on the rational use of opioid analgesics in the management of chronic non-cancer pain to students, residents, pharmacists, and practicing physicians. He was also responsible for training residents and fellows in state of the art interventional pain management techniques and procedures.
In 2014, Dr. Freiberger accepted a role as a clinic director in what would become one of the largest interventional pain practices in the state of Texas. After spending five successful years in Texas, Dr. Freiberger realized that Georgia would always be home and returned to establish Medici’s Gwinnett Division in partnership with Dr. Dosanjh.
Dr. Freiberger’s clinical interests include the management of facet mediated pain, radiculitis, and complex regional pain syndrome.
In his spare time, Dr. Freiberger enjoys the company of his wife and three children along with Labrador Retriever and Newfoundland dogs. When able to find time away from work and family, Dr. Freiberger can often be found at the range target shooting.