Additional Location & Availability Now Available at The Spine & Pain Institute of NY
With the addition of Dr. Robert Bolash, a double-board certified interventional pain physician, The
Spine & Pain Institute of New York is now able to bring world-class pain care closer to your home
and with more convenient availability.
New York, NY, USA, December 25, 2013 -- The Spine & Pain Institute of New York is pleased to
announce expanded availability in the Queens and Long Island area. The practice can now offer
proven techniques in interventional pain management in South Ozone Park, Queens and extended
hours in New Hyde Park and Mineola, Long Island.
“Chronic pain can be difficult to treat, and I often see patients who have been either misdiagnosed,
inadequately treated or dismissed due to a lack of understanding of their pain” says Dr. Bolash. “At
The Spine & Pain Institute of New York, treating patients with pain is all we do, and we can offer
the most proven and successful treatments to allow our patients to return to their lives without the
burden of chronic pain”.
Robert Bolash, MD was trained in interventional pain management at the Cleveland Clinic where
he was named “Fellow of the Year”. He is also involved in education for physicians in training, and
lectures practicing physicians at scientific meetings. In addition to clinical patient care, Dr. Bolash
is involved in research with recent publications focusing on the effectiveness of interventional
techniques in improving patients’ quality of life while decreasing their reliance on medications.
“By understanding the problem causing a patient’s pain, I tailor specific treatments to decrease or
eliminate the cause, or block pain signals from traveling to the brain. With less reliance on
medications, the expense and side effects of taking pain medication can be avoided,” says Dr.
Bolash. “As New Yorkers, we are busy people with high-expectations and often do not have time to
take a myriad of medications with only marginal benefits, so I offer patients strategies for chronic
pain that well beyond the time when pain medications lose efficacy,” says Dr. Bolash.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment in New Hyde Park (2035 Lakeville Road),
South Ozone Park (133-55 Lefferts Boulevard) or Mineola (137 Willis Avenue) with Dr. Robert
Bolash, please contact 212-724-7246.
The Spine & Pain Institute of New York
860 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10065