Bradley S. Cash, MD, FAAPMR

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Get to know Dr. Cash

Dr. Cash is a board-certified physiatrist, or an MD trained in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Although he sees a variety of patients for any musculoskeletal or neurological condition, he specializes in back and neck pain.

 

Dr. Cash has devoted his career to evaluating and designing treatment programs for individuals suffering from neck and back pain. As a pain management specialist, he is an expert in diagnosing spinal conditions, as well as experienced in managing pain to give your body an opportunity to heal and function at its best level. In addition, Dr. Cash has had extensive training in treating spinal dysfunction, neuromusculoskeletal disorders, and the use of therapeutic BOTOX and other injections. He has served on several national chronic pain and Botulinum Toxin advisory boards.

 

Dr. Cash completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan and served as medical director of the Rehab Institute of New York, a large, sub-acute rehabilitation program. He received his medical degree from New York Medical College in 1995 and a BA in Psychology with a Spanish minor from Emory University in 1990. He has maintained several hospital affiliations and is an active member of local and national societies. He is a founding board member of the NewYork State Pain Society, which is involved both in academic and political issues surrounding his specialty area. Dr. Cash has a teaching role at Mount Sinai Hospital while he maintains privileges at NY Presbyterian-Lawrence, Lenox Hill Hospital, Westchester Medical Center and in the Northwell System.

 

Dr. Cash has years of experience and has expertise in electrodiagnostic testing as well as various local myofascial and joint injections. He also has advanced skills in BOTOX injections for therapeutic techniques; cervical dystonia, migraine headaches, and spasticity. He also has specialized training in several types of cosmetic injections.

 

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