New York Spine Institute

761 Merrick Avenue W, Westbury 11590, Nassau County, United States

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The world-renowned physicians of the New York Spine Institute provide medical care for nearly every spinal problem and disorder.

The New York Spine Institute provides the highest quality medical care for a variety of spinal problems and disorders. This is accomplished through advanced treatment methods. We stress conservative care such as physical therapy rehabilitation along with pain management. If deemed necessary by our world class surgeons, we will recommend the most appropriate surgery to get you back to normal activities of daily living with your individual needs in mind.
761 Merrick Avenue W, Westbury 11590, Nassau County, United States
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