Marc R Silberman MD of Gillette NJ is board certified in Family Medicine and board certified in Sports Medicine. He received his undergraduate degree in Art History at Duke University, and received his medical degree and completed his residency training at Robert Wood Johnson in New Jersey. Dr. Silberman completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Crozer-Keystone ealthplex Sports Medicine Institute in Pennsylvania.
He has been a physician at the New York City Marathon, Marine Corps Marathon, Penn Relays, and US Pro Cycling hampionships. He is currently the team physician for the Pingry School Football Team, Watchung Regional Hills High School Football Team, South Plainfield High School Football Team and Bernards Township (Ridge High School) School Physician.
He is published and has presented at national conferences in the field of Sports Medicine.
In 1981 he ran his first running race and has been hooked to endurance sports ever since. A heel injury ultimately stopped his running career but not before he took up cycling to stay in shape. He raced bicycles for almost 20 years, in Europe and on the U.S. Professional Circuit. In 2007, he began running again and has been competing in regional running races and triathlons. He achieved USTA All American honors in his first year of racing and in his second, qualified for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships. He currently sponsors and races for TMB Racing. Along the way he has experienced more lessons in life, injury, defeat and victory than any book could have ever taught him.
“I have been in your shoes, on the road and in the doctor’s office, just like you”.
Specialty & Clinical Interests
- Family Medicine Doctor
- Sports Medicine (Non-Surgical)