Dr. Freiberger is an Interventional Spine and Pain Medicine physician who is ABMS Board Certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine.
Dr. Freiberger received both his Bachelor of Science and medical degrees at Emory University where he was a Woodruff Scholar, varsity athlete, and graduated with Honors. He continued on with an Anesthesiology Residency and Interventional Pain Medicine Fellowship at Emory University, where he was trained in state of the art minimally invasive procedures for treating a multitude of painful spine and nerve conditions.
Dr. Freiberger went on to spend time as assistant professor within the Emory University Department of Anesthesiology, where he was promoted to Director of Pain Medicine at Grady Hospital. After leaving Emory, he spent years in a successful private practice in Central Texas before electing to return to Georgia with his family.
Dr. Freiberger adheres to a multi-dimensional treatment philosophy that incorporates physical treatments, medications, psychological interventions, and state of the art interventional techniques in order to ensure the best and safest outcomes for his patients.
Outside of work, Dr. Freiberger enjoys spending time with his family and dogs as well as target shooting.