1270 Broadcasting Rd
Wyomissing, PA 19610
Over the past 20 years, the Reading Neck and Spine Center has been one of the top-rated spine centers in Central Pennsylvania. The spine center, located in Central Pennsylvania — with offices in Reading and Pottsville — includes the expertise of David Abraham, MD, a fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon. Dr. Abraham collaborates with physical medicine and rehabilitation MDs and pain management physicians who all specialize in low back pain and neck pain. Additionally, the Reading Neck and Spine Center has an affiliated spine therapy area under the same roof in the Reading location. This enables the back pain and neck pain patient to have multidisciplinary care in one location.
The Reading Neck and Spine Center — located in Wyomissing, a suburb of Reading, Pennsylvania — is referred patients from across Central Pennsylvania, including Adamstown, Morgantown, Pottsville, Allentown, Bethlehem, Pottstown, Harrsburg, and cities all along the Main Line from Philadelphia.
Those with back pain or neck pain often struggle to find a back doctor or spine center that can provide a second opinion for spine surgery and offer nonsurgical treatment for back pain, neck pain, scoliosis (curvature of the spine) and pain symptoms related to a herniated disc. The Reading Neck and Spine Center represents a multi-disciplinary spine team of a fellowship-trained spine surgeon collaborating with affiliated physical medicine & rehabilitation physicians, pain management MDs and spine therapists, X-ray, MRI and ambulatory surgery center all on one medical campus. The regional spine center provides spinal injections, minimally invasive spine surgery, artificial disc replacement surgery and other advances in spine care.
The Reading Neck and Spine Center has developed a front/back Mini-Brochure containing valuable information for patients, referral sources, and case managers. The Mini-Brochure provides information about The Reading Neck and Spine Center, treatment for work related injuries, physician biographies, and resources for how to get back to life in 2016.
To view or print the mini-brochure, click here.
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