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In one building, we offer PT, Pain Management, and more, all under one roof. At our office, you'll be met by friendly faces and short wait times. Give us a call and talk to a person - not a computer.


Brain and Spine Center


South Florida

At the Brain and Spine Center our commitment to you is  –  patient centered care. We care about YOU! Our physicians have received sub specialty fellowship training. We offer conservative care and surgical management on a variety of neurological conditions of the brain and spine. We take great pride that we remain trained in the newest techniques utilizing computerized guidance and minimally invasive techniques that improve the patient experience and outcomes. We want you to have a personalized visit with us that will reassure you that you are in the right hands. Welcome to our practice, we look forward to meeting you.


Our Neuroscience Institute

Our Neuroscience Institute provides comprehensive services for patients dealing with the effects of a neurological disorder. From stroke to Alzheimer’s disease to multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease, the Neurosciences Institute can help treat them all.


Cranial Anatomy

The skull consists of 22 bones. Of these, 8 surround and protect the brain, while the remaining 14 form the underlying structure of the face. The frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, sphenoid and ethmoid bones, form the “vault” that encloses the brain.


Spine Anatomy

The adult spine, is made up of 33 individual bones that interlock with each other to form the spinal column.  The sections of the spine are: cervical, thoracic, lumbar sacrum and coccyx. When viewed from the side, an adult spine has a natural S-shaped curve. The curves are designed to be like coiled springs to absorb shock, maintain balance, and allow range of motion throughout the spinal column.

Plan Your Visit

If you are facing a neurological or spinal issue, we are here for you. To get started, contact us and request an appointment. Then, print out and complete your New Patient Forms. Before your appointment, take a look at our Initial Visit information.