Latest TV Commercial

We’re happy to present our latest TV commercial for Progressive Spine and Sports Medicine.
This video features our state-of-the-art medical facility in Ramsey, NJ and gives you a snapshot of our cutting edge diagnostic equipment and the hands-on approach we take with each of our patients.

Unlike other doctor offices, we can diagnose and treat your pain in one facility – so you don’t have to visit multiple doctors and locations to get the care you need. Our unique team approach will get you back to your life faster.

We treat a variety of conditions including neck pain, back injuries, joint pain, headaches and sports injuries – using non-surgical treatments like physical therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, regenerative injections, and more.

So whether you are a hardworking mom, weekend warrior, contractor, construction worker, teacher, policeman, fireman or sanitation worker – don’t let pain slow you down. Let us help you live pain free – without the need for surgery or dangerous pain medications.

To learn more about our pain management solutions, or the conditions we treat, please contact our medical facility in Ramsey, NJ at (201) 962-9199.

We look forward to being your #1 solution for non-surgical pain management!

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