About Quincy Spine Center
What makes Quincy Spine Center different from other spine treatment centers is its nonsurgical approach to back and neck problems.
For the convenience of the back and neck pain sufferer, we have located in one building a board-certified physical medicine specialist with expertise in spinal injections; an internal injection suite for pain-relieving spinal injections; a team of affiliated physical therapists with an exercise gym. Our treatment philosophy is to exhaust non-surgical treatment options for those with back and neck pain so they can avoid spine surgery. If we determine that spine surgery is appropriate, we have close relationships with fellowship-trained spine surgeons who use a minimally invasive spine surgery approach and artificial disc technology for those who meet selection criteria. We are a regional resource for chiropractors and family practice physicians from across the Quincy region, and those back pain sufferers who live in South Boston, South Shore, Braintree, Milton, Dedham, Brockton and all across Southeastern Massachusetts.
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 spine injections. He completed his training in 2002 at the Harvard Medical School’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He trained at Harvard Medical School’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is currently a Clinical Instructor at Tufts University School of Medicine.
From 2002-2006 he served as Chief of the Interventional Spine Pain Management Service at the Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Augusta, Georgia. In 2006, he received the United States Army’s prestigious Meritorious Service Medal for his work at the Eisenhower Army Medical Center. He was promoted to Lt. Colonel and completed his reserve duty obligations in February 2013. Dr. Mazzaferro then founded the Quincy Spine Center south of Boston.
Quincy Spine Center is typically able to determine the cause of back and neck pain and provide non-surgical treatment options that can help the patient avoid an unnecessary spine surgery. Our goal with Quincy Spine Center is to continually improve how we care for back and neck problems. We are committed to this goal, as evidenced by the following:
- We have significant expertise in non-surgical management of spine problems, from diagnostics and injection therapy. This includes an internal injection suite that enables the patient to have their pain-relieving spinal injection without the red tape and hassle involved with a hospital or ambulatory surgery center.
- In the same building a team of physical therapists have an exercise gym where our patients can receive customized stretches and home exercise programs for their back pain or neck pain. These stretches help create a stronger, more flexible back which in turn prevents future strain and attacks of back or neck pain.
- We take the time to educate patients so they understand the cause of their back or neck problem and how best to relieve symptoms.
- We can be especially helpful to worker's compensation patients who have injured themselves on the job, as we provide an unbiased assessment of their problem, and help them return to activity and their job.
- We work closely with your chiropractor or family practice physician to develop a treatment plan that reduces the risk of a future back pain attack.
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Home Remedy Book
Get our 36-page Home Remedy Book that has special stretches that relieve many pain symptoms. Click here to request it.
Quincy Bundled Rate
Click here to find out more about a simple 20 minute office procedure — at a $500 bundled rate — that can eliminate the need for spine surgery.
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Click here to view educational medical illustrations that reveal what causes back and neck pain.