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What Makes Us Different?

At Princeton Brain & Spine Care we strive to provide a different kind of care. We take the best of today's technology and combine it with "old-fashioned" hands-on medicine.

Unfortunately, for many reasons in this day and age of medicine many have forgotten about or lost touch with why they went into this profession. They've lost their "bedside manner". Not here.

In order to deliver exceptional patient care, our staff has been trained extensively in communication, which is the cornerstone of a strong doctor-patient relationship. From your first encounter with us when you call, you will be treated with respect and engage in a conversation with someone who is caring, knowledgeable, and courteous.

While we deal with many emergencies, everybody's condition is important. We employ an in-house physician assistant dedicated to daily patient callbacks to ensure all of your questions have been answered. Did you know that our physicians and physician assistants have a 5 o'clock conference call every day to discuss our patients. This conference call is something truly unique to our practice, and enables our "on call" doctors and caregivers to know exactly what is going on with each and every patient.


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