300 Congress St, Suite 304, Quincy, MA 02169

Billing & Insurance


If you have a question about your statement, please call the office between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm and ask for our billing department. We will make every effort to explain your bill to you and assist you in understanding insurance plan coverage. In some cases, we may ask you to contact your insurance company if there is a problem with payment.

We are participants in many insurance companies and have provided a list of some of the more common plans that we see in the office. If you do not see your insurance on our list, please call the office and ask us if we accept that plan or contact your member services representative at your insurance company and ask if we are on the provider list. We will assist you by filing your claims for you with your insurance company. If you are required to pay an office co-pay, deductible or a percentage of the office fees, we ask that you do so when you are in the office for your appointment. We accept cash, checks, Mastercard and Visa.

Please notify our office if you have a change of address or insurance as soon as possible so that we can update our records. Always bring your insurance card and any other pertinent insurance information with you to each appointment.

Please note: Managed care companies or HMOs, require that you receive a referral authorization prior to your visits in our office. It is important to bring a copy of your written referral notice from your insurance company/primary care provider to your appointment.

List of Insurance Companies:

Please check with your insurance to verify your coverage prior to scheduling your appointment. Please be aware that your insurance coverage is a contract between you and your insurance provider. We are not a party to that contract.



Dr. Richard Mazzaferro

Board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Dr. Richard Mazzaferro is a board-certified specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with more than 10 years experience in spine. Dr. Mazzaferro is proficient in the use of lumbar and cervical interventional pain procedures. In 2002, he finished his residency training at the Harvard Medical School’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is the founder of Quincy Spine Center.

Understanding Symptoms

Pain is not a good indicator of when to see a doctor for a spine problem. While a back spasm can be excruciating, the good news is that ligament strain doesn’t require surgery.

Quincy Bundled Rate

Find out more about a simple 20 minute office procedure — at a $500 bundled rate — that can eliminate the need for spine surgery.

Home Remedy Book

Get our 36-page Home Remedy Book that has special stretches that relieve many pain symptoms.