New York Spine Institute
Office Address: 312 Commack Rd, Commack NY 11725
NYSI is one of the tri-state’s largest, multi-specialty spine and orthopedic center of excellence.
We strive to bring high quality providers and care together to meet the needs of an ever growing population of patients living in chronic pain, debilitating orthopedic conditions and complex spinal diagnosis.
Returning you to your quality of life is our number one priority.
New York Spine Institute surgeons are thought leaders in the treatment of routine spinal disorders and complex adult and pediatric spine conditions. Our world class surgeons are consistently advancing the approach to complicated spinal injury and chronic back pain. Physicians, specialist and leading institutions locally and around the world send their patients to our institute for unparalleled surgical care and premier medical interventions.
Our physicians are devoted to the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system. NYSI orthopedic surgeons have extensive training in orthopedic and sports injury and are continually pioneering the latest techniques, both nonsurgical and surgical, to ensure you receive the best possible care and outcome.
Throughout the world, one in five people suffers from moderate to severe chronic pain. Our comprehensive team of pain management physicians will tailor an individual approach to your specific needs. Through interventional modalities and a patient-centric approach, returning you to your quality of life is our number one priority.
Physical Therapy is used to encourage mobility, decrease pain and restore function. * This is achieved through the use of combined modalities while working in concert with your treating physicians. Our physical therapist will work with you, in our state of the art facility, to obtain your goals and restore your well-being.
NYSI offers state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MR), Digital Radiography (DX) and Digital Fluoroscopy (DF). NYSI Institute’s brand new GE 1.5T system provides our physicians with high quality, detailed pictures of anatomy and pathology to help evaluate a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders.