353 VETERANS MEMORIAL HWY STE 303 COMMACK, NY 11725 Get Directions
Patients looking for state-of-the-art treatments and experienced neurosurgeons for brain and spine conditions in the New York area are referred by their doctors to us. Our Commack center is just one of 7 in the Suffolk and Nassau counties, along with nearby West Islip and Port Jefferson Station locations.
Outstanding Brain and Spine Care in Commack, NY
With over 20 neurosurgeons who are specialists in the already specialized field of neurosurgery, NSPC offers world-class care and treatment for both common to rare and more complex spine and brain conditions. Our multidisciplinary team collaborates to create your individualized treatment plan to bring the best possible outcomes available.
Commack Neurosurgeons Offering Less Invasive Surgery
Ramin Rak, M.D., F.A.A.N.S., is a neurosurgeon at our Commack office who has a focus on treating brain tumors and performing skull-based surgery and complex spine surgery. He continues to look for the least invasive surgeries for the spine and brain, and employs the newest technologies and approaches including microsurgical techniques. As part of his devotion to staying at the forefront of the most state-of-the-art techniques, he is experienced in Awake Craniotomy and Brain Mapping to individualize brain surgery to each patient’s unique brain structure.
Alan Mechanic, M.D., F.A.C.S. has been awarded one of “America’s Top Doctors” designation by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., not once or twice, but 11 times. Dr. Mechanic also uses minimally invasive techniques in the treatment of brain and spine conditions. As a leading neurosurgeon, Dr. Mechanic has vast experience in treating a range of neck and back conditions, along with facial pain syndromes such as trigeminal neuralgia and brain tumors such as pituitary tumors. In fact, Dr. Mechanic was the first Long Island doctor to use endoscopic techniques, a minimally invasive approach, to treat a pituitary tumor.
Zachariah M. George, M.D. is a neurosurgeon who specializes in minimally invasive spinal surgery. With dual-training in both orthopedic and neurosurgical approaches to spine surgery, he offers patients more spine treatment options steeped in experience to treat your back pain. This subspecialty of minimally invasive spine surgery gives patients better back surgery outcomes. These smaller incisions help reduce risk, limit blood loss, lessen post-operative pain, and shorten recovery time. A real win for those who need a surgical solution to their back pain.