Dr. Jennie-Corinne Baublitz-Brenenborg is a board certified interventional physiatrist.
Dr. Jennie-Corinne Baublitz-Brenenborg is a board certified interventional physiatrist. Since 2005, she has specialized in the non-operative care of painful spinal and musculoskeletal conditions. She is board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation as well as Pain Management. She received her Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Biology, from Franklin & Marshall College in 1997. In 2001, Dr. Baublitz-Brenenborg received her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She went on to complete her post-graduate intern training at Crozier-Keystone Health System, and then completed residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Temple University Hospital, graduating in 2005. In 2006, she completed her fellowship training at Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia, where she lectured at several national spine conventions and coauthored original research.
Over the last decade, Dr. Baublitz-Brenenborg’s career and patient care focus has shifted to the realm of emerging regenerative therapies and age-optimization. Her goal is to provide her patients cutting-edge technology and expertise to preserve wellness, from the inside out. And, after years of treating patients with traditional musculoskeletal and pain management therapies, Dr. Baublitz-Brenenborg has embraced alternative medicine as a viable approach to age-optimization, aesthetic and musculoskeletal wellness. She is committed to helping you tap into your own body’s ability to heal, restore, and maintain health and beauty.
Dr. Baublitz-Brenenborg lives in York, Pennsylvania, where she embraces her role as wife, and mother to two beautiful children. She enjoys gardening, running, youth soccer, and staying active.