Board-certified ophthalmologist Dr. Kim Robbins has performed more than 8,000 LASIK procedures in her 10-year tenure as a refractive surgeon, and she was one of the first 200 doctors deemed worthy to perform LASIK by the FDA. As Medical Director of Robbins Eye Center, she alone helms the lasers during each LASIK treatment, ensuring every patient reaps the rewards of her experienced corneal sharpshooting. Additionally, Dr. Robbins has performed more than 12,000 cataract surgeries, helping clear up patients' cloudy vision so they may continue driving, reading, and spying on the neighbor's dog for years to come. She also boosts facial aesthetics with cosmetic injections.
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Stamford Sports & Spine?s medical and chiropractic doctors hail from diverse backgrounds. This allows them to draw on a variety of approaches as they ease patients? pain and boost overall wellness. Doctors of Chiropractic Andrew Zomick?an expert in multidisciplinary sports medicine?and Jason V. Queiros?who has specialized training in advanced Cox flexion-distraction technique and Graston myofascial release?work alongside board-certified physiatrist Richard Koffler, MD, who complements western medical treatments with alternative approaches. Along with a staff of massage therapists, they provide clients with comprehensive chiropractic and wellness services including chiropractic care, corrective exercises, massage therapy, and nutritional counseling, which may help clients convince their toddlers to replace delicious green crayons with nutritious green vegetables.
Stony Brook native Michael Gallagher, DC, gives back to the community that nurtured him since childhood with soothing and therapeutic physical treatments. Gallagher's only sustained absence was in the mid 1990s, when he pursued his Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University in Marietta, Georgia. Empowered by a career he chose as an expression of public service, the new doctor immediately returned to Long Island to share his expertise in physical rehabilitation and chiropractic care. Dr. Gallagher opened North Country Health Spa in 2007, deepening his community ties via friendship bracelets lashed to the bedrock while branching out into other holistic therapies and pampering treatments for skin and muscles.
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