Welcome to Long Island Spine Rehabilitation Medicine
At Long Island Spine Rehabilitation Medicine in Nassau County, our physicians are specialists in non-surgical spine and orthopedic rehabilitation.  In our practice, you will discover a rare combination of expertise and warmth, as well as an embrace of complementary medicine, including acupuncture and yoga, which contributes to a unique experience.  Jason S. Lipetz MD, Jeffry R. Beer MD, Joseph K. Lee MD, and Miranda B. Smith, MD are physiatrists board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and fellowship trained in Interventional Spine, Musculoskeletal Care, and Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound.  Whether you are presenting with acute back pain or joint pain, or have more persistent symptoms, your evaluation and treatment will be individualized and evidence based.  Our offices are conveniently located in East Meadow, Great Neck, Hewlett, and Huntington.  

Latest News and Events

Announcing Our New Office in Huntington

April 20th, 2016|Comments Off on Announcing Our New Office in Huntington

We're excited to announce that our Syosset office has now moved to Huntington.  We are

We Are Now Pleased To Offer Therapeutic Yoga!

April 15th, 2016|Comments Off on We Are Now Pleased To Offer Therapeutic Yoga!

As our complementary medicine program continues to evolve, we are pleased to offer yoga as

What Our Patients Say

Just thought you would want to know that I am healthy and strong. I cannot believe that two years have passed since I was so injured! Thanks to your care and treatment, I was able to return to running at a high level of competition.
I must say a few words about you and your office. You are a rare bird in today’s world of impersonal medical care. You are consistently kind, thoughtful, thorough, and obviously very interested in both the physical and mental well-being of the patient…Your staff is unfailingly friendly and courteous…Being your patient is an almost surreal experience and restores my confidence in the healthcare system.
I want to report to you that several months after the last spinal injection, I have had NO back or leg pains. You can’t believe how good I feel. When I reached 83, I though I could never make it to 85. Now I feel I can reach for 100.
I came to your office with acute back pain that was debilitating. Now, after two months of treatment, I am happy to report that I am completely pain-free. I want to thank you not only for your competence, but also your professionalism and the courteous manner in which I was treated by you and your office staff.
Thank you so much for your dedication, efforts and patience in helping me out of my agony. I am doing much, much better and hope to do better still. Please don’t stop. People need you.
I want to thank you for all your caring and expertise. I have come across many health care professionals in my life, but you far surpass all with your professionalism – and that of your staff.
At the time of my first visit I was in so much pain that I was literally crying. Since my second spinal injection, three weeks ago, I am happy to state that I am walking with minimal discomfort. I am very appreciative to you and your astonishing staff. You should be lauded for your clinical expertise, generous time with patients and for giving patients like me a “new lease on life”.
I want to thank you and your staff. Even though the injections did not work for me, your office made me feel very comfortable and I appreciate that. I recently had surgery and I still have some pain, but I am feeling much better. Without your help and sage advice regarding my surgical options, I do not feel that it would have been as successful as it has been.
Thanks to you, my spinal stenosis seems to be better.  The exercises I do have resulted in less discomfort.  That allows Tami and me to pursue our passion, Swing Dancing.  It’s great at age 80 to appear before the judges of “America’s Got Talent” and 2000 people in the audience and perform.  Please click on this link to see our routine.
Dear Rochelle, Sometimes you meet people in your life that will always be remembered for their kind heart and warm gestures.  You are one of them…Thank you for caring, and I mean truly caring about my back.

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