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The Chiropractic Neurologist Other
Physicians Refer To
"I recently referred my wife to Dr. Jay Schwartz because she developed pain, paraesthesia and numbness in the neck with associated
headaches. She also has a long history of lower back pain radiating into the buttock. MRIs of the cervical and lumbar spines showed
one herniated disc in each area. Dr. Schwartz performed a comprehensive examination and determined that Cox Distraction would be
the best treatment for her. She has only gone to him about a half-dozen times and she is already feeling much better.... "
Jose F Polanco M.D., P.A.
"I want you to know that working with Dr. Schwartz is a pleasure. He is highly skilled in his field, particularly neuro-electrodiagnosis. My patients like him very much because he takes very good care of them and provides a great service. Everything that he told me was absolutely true, from the level of reimbursement to his fees and my profit margin.
I highly recommend that you work with him. You will be very happy with the relationship."
Rachel Halevy, MD
"I started working with Dr. Jay Schwartz several months ago. He performs EMGs and NCS on patients in my office and I want you to know that he is a highly skilled physician. His testing and reports are meticulous and he has a wonderful beside manner with the patients.
I feel that my patients are in excellent hands and because he is performing the tests in my office, he provides me with more time to spend with the patients..."
Orlando Maldonado, MD Board Certified in Neurology
Because Quality of Life
Chiropractic Neurology A Chiropractic Neurologist is a chiropractor who has devoted about 2 years of post graduate study into the central nervous system or brain and spinal cord as well as the peripheral nervous system
VAX-D VAX-D (Vertebral Axial Decompression) is a revolutionary, non-invasive conservative treatment for patients who suffer from chronic low back pain, as well as leg pain and numbness caused by herniated or degenerated discs and posterior facet syndrome
Sciatica A syndrome characterized by pain radiating from the back into the buttock and into the lower extremity along its posterior or lateral aspect, and most commonly caused by prolapse of the intervertebral disc
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