Dr. Greller’s education and training at leading institutions has given him the opportunity to treat professional athletes, high-level Division 1 college athletes, and high school athletes. He now brings this level of expertise to Monmouth County. He has served as the Team Physician for Saint John Vianney High School Football, a physician for the US Open Tennis Tournament, Philadelphia High School Football, Freehold Borough High School Football, several professional dance companies in New York City, and served as the Team Physician for the NY/NJ Comets, a National Pro Fastpitch women’s softball team. His vast and diverse experience both in the office and on the field allows him to provide the best care to all of his patients. Dr. Greller‘s goal is to help his patients recover quickly and he works closely with trainers, therapists, nutritionists and other medical professionals to help his patients return to competition and regular activities. Dr. Greller specializes in advanced, minimally-invasive shoulder, knee, hip, and ankle arthroscopic procedures, including ACL, rotator cuff and meniscus surgery. He also performs minimally-invasive hip, knee and shoulder replacements. Dr. Greller, being on the cutting edge of technology in orthopedics, was one of the first New Jersey surgeons to do computer-assisted joint replacements in the tri-state area and he is always trained on the latest technologies to improve patient non-surgical and surgical outcomes. He also cares for adult and pediatric fractures, hand and upper extremity problems, as well as foot and ankle injuries. In addition to overseeing the daily operations at the office as President and Managing Partner of AOSMI, Dr. Greller is an Associate Professor at Temple University – School of Podiatric Medicine, a Faculty Member of the Family Residency Program at CentraState, and the Assistant Director of the Cartilage Restoration Center of New Jersey (CRC). A division of AOSMI, the center is devoted to the treatment of cartilaginous injuries and damage to the knee and other joints. He utilizes the latest techniques in cartilage repair to eliminate pain, restore function, and reduce or delay the need for total joint arthroplasty, including cartilage regeneration and transplantation.
Orthopaedic Surgery - Orthopaedic Sports Medicine