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MedWell Spine, OsteoArthritis & Neuropathy Center

33 Central Ave. Midland Park, NJ 07432


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Dee Mazzeo 5 Stars!

I have been battling with back pain for several Years a friend of mine recommended that this give Pt a try and MedWell.. after much hesitation I went and I was pleasantly surprised! The staff is friendly and knowledgeable it is a welcoming environment and above all the pain is decreasing daily.

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Tyrone Mitchell 5 Stars!

Ive been Praying for a Very Long time for a place that I could go to that would address my deepest concerns. .. Well I have to confess..... MEDWELL s that place! The entire staff are really friendly, caring,and professional. . Even the other patients are Very Nice. .. I would conclude that Im grateful that they assisted in my body properly healing and its worth the 35-40 min drive from Newark... 1 Love :-)

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joe mazz 5 Stars!

This place really took me by surprise. At first i was taken back by the aesthetics. I hadnt bought into the all of the marketing i had seen from this office. But eventually my wife convinced me to come in after growing tired of my ...

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Drew Ponticelli 5 Stars!

Can’t praise this place enough. Worked wonders on getting my shoulder back to full functionality. The staff is incredible and the massage therapists are miracle workers.

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verna runturambi 5 Stars!

I like when i finished my treatment, Treatment will depend on the severity of my osteoarthritis, any other diseases you have, and what medications you are taking, all of which will be determined by the physician during a complete examination. Treatment is aimed at control of pain by decreasing inflammation in the joint and with analgesics; oral medications may be prescribed, or injections into the joint. With the help of the physician and literature from the Arthritis Foundation, patients should first educate themselves about the disease and the various therapy modalities, such as physical and occupational therapy, especially the importance of exercise. It is also wise to maintain good nutrition and, if you are overweight, to reduce your weight. Bravo

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