350 West Montauk Hwy.
Lindenhurst, NY 11757

New Patients

Upon arrival, patients can expect a warm and friendly environment in which patient care is of the utmost importance. Emergencies are taken as expeditiously as possible. If you are a new patient, there are forms which you are required to fill out prior to the initiation of care. You may find and print your insurance company forms in the insurances section of our web site, saving you time when you arrive for your first visit. If you do not have insurance, we will be happy to arrange a payment plan that you will find easy to manage. For your convenience, we accept personal checks and cash, in addition to Visa & MasterCard credit cards for payments of co-pays and visits. The office is state of the art equipped and kept extremely clean and neat for patient comfort.

Should you have any questions regarding your insurance coverage or to schedule an appointment, please contact the office so that we may assist you at 631-226-3030. Office hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:30am-7:30pm.

After the doctor reviews your specific complaints and documentation, he will speak with you in detail, discussing the specific issues you wish to have addressed. A thorough and detailed examination will be conducted allowing the doctor to assess and evaluate your complaints. If you have seen other Healthcare facilities and have had diagnostic imaging or testing (X-ray, CAT Scans, MRI etc.), reports should be brought in to aid the doctor’s evaluation of your condition. The findings of the examination will be discussed in addition to patient expectations. A plan of care will be developed with goals and a time frame will be established for reasonable response and outcome.

Treatment will depend upon the patients’ specific complaints and needs. Administration of adjustments and physiotherapies will usually be followed by transition into a more active care model including rehabilitation and specific exercises for the patients’ condition. Home care advice may also be recommended for the patient to self administer. This may include stretching, ice, moist heat and ergonomic advice.