The Institute can eliminate your pain and end your suffering

COVID-19 Response

Our office remains dedicated to keeping patients and staff healthy and safe. We are still continuing to ask patients to help us stay safe as we continue to:
• Screen all staff, patients, and care partners upon arrival for symptoms, including temperature checks
• Require that all visitors and staff wear face masks or coverings
• Thoroughly and frequently clean and disinfect all parts of the office and examination rooms

If you have any clarifying questions or more specific concerns, feel free to give us a call at 212-532-7999.

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There is Help for You

You have persistent pain, probably in your back, neck, or shoulders. It may radiate to your arms or legs. You may be looking for treatment for the first time, or want to try a different treatment than the one you now receive. Can you imagine that your is treatable with simple methods? Most back pain and is caused by soft tissue such as muscles and tendons. This is confusing because you may have been told your is from your spine, discs, or nerves. The problem is most people as they get older have signs of wear and tear on their x-rays and MRIs, but these studies do not clearly evaluate painful muscles. You can have a herniated disc, as up to 40% of adults do, or a degenerated disc, as up to 70% of adults do, without any pain. Your pain may actually be completely from muscles.

Our patients were often told they needed surgery or already had surgery without relief. Some had unsuccessful treatment with spinal cord stimulators, nerve blocks, and epidural steroids. Many of these patients were relieved of most of their pain. Our results for patients who were followed for 16 months have been published in Medicine in 2013.

Our evaluation incorporates an instrument that electrically identifies painful muscles. Our treatment protocols can eliminate your without the need for additional treatment.

We are happy to discuss your problem and to answer any questions. Call us at 212-532-7999 or Contact Us.

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Phase 2 Drug Study Trial

We have started to recruit patients for a Drug Study. Please find more information HERE.

 

 

 

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