Our pain-management physicians work one-on-one with patients who suffer from chronic pain to determine the best treatment plan for relieving symptoms, and allowing resumption and enjoyment of everyday activities.
Diagnostic imaging and testing all performed on-site at one of our three Long Island office locations.
Physical therapy is a treatment method for improving limited body movement and functionality that are a result of disease, injury or aging.
Chiropractic is an alternative health care profession that focuses on treating disorders of the musculoskeletal system. It is primarily used to treat neck and back pain, but can also be used to treat pain in the arms and legs.
Acupuncture is the ancient Chinese practice of inserting thin needles at specific locations in the body to treat pain. Chinese medicine divides the body into meridians, and acupuncture helps the flow of energy through these meridians to decrease pain.
Sports & Orthopedic medicine is a sub-specialty of orthopedics that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries suffered during athletic activity.
Neuropathy is a condition characterized by damage to a nerve or a group of nerves. It causes functional problems in the affected nerves, including a loss of sensation and difficulty with movement.