After completing his medical degree at Ross University School of Medicine, Dr. Gibbs interned at the New York Hospital of Queens and served his residency at Mount Sinai Hospital. He received training in general in-patient and outpatient rehabilitative care, consultations, electro-diagnostic studies, cardiac rehabilitation, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, interventional pain management procedures and musculoskeletal medicine. Dr. Gibbs is certified by the both the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Board of Pain Medicine. He uses a multitude of methods to improve the wellness of his patients and alleviate pain in his practice, namely, physical therapy, chiropractic manipulation, acupuncture, curewave laser, weight loss, hormone replacement, IV therapy, and PRP injections. Dr. Gibbs believes that most pain is manageable, and in some cases able to be eliminated, with careful and accurate assessment, diagnoses, and treatment. He encourages all of his patients to make healthy lifestyle choices to reduce stress, which often makes pain worse and can inhibit the way the body and mind manage pain naturally. His passion for medicine stems from a deep rooted desire to ease patients pain and help them to live active and healthy lives. Dr. Gibbs also practices what he preaches. He is a former body builder and lives healthily with self-discipline, a healthy and balanced diet, and regular exercise. In addition to hosting "Good Medicine with Dr. Will Gibbs", Dr. Gibbs guest lectures at Mt. Sinai Medical School and has won several awards including the Man of Distinction Award from the National Association of Health Services Executives and inclusion in the 40 under Forty Achievement Award by the Network Journal magazine.
Board certification: American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation