Dr. Nunzio Saulle Giving Back Quality Care

February 3, 2016

Roots stemming from Flatbush, Brooklyn physician Dr. Nunzio Saulle opens a pain managment facility to give back to the community he's from.

 

Dr.Saulle's philosophy is focused on the quality of care that patients receive when they come to his office, NJS Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, P.C located at 1178 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11226. This 3000 square medical facility offers physical therapy tables and a complete gym.

 

 



Dr. Saulle and staff are dedicated to each and all patient in the recovery process..

 

Dr. Saulle a board certified physician specializing in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation has made it his life’s work to provide quality care and effective treatment to his patients.

 

 

Dr. Saulle is excited about offering new advancements in treatments for relieving chronic pain.  Dr. Saulle understands how chronic pain can effect one’s life, both physiologically and emotionally.  His mission is is a dedication to healing and hopes in improving a patients quality of life.
 

NJS Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, P.C a new medical facility will provide the community a place where one suffering from pain can be diagnosed, treated and rehabilitated all in one location. Dr.Saulle and staff will provide services that range from physical therapy, singe joint injections for pain and more advanced therapies and rehabilitation medicine.
 

Dr.Saulle understand that the treatment of chronic pain is a complex process and works with other  speciality physicians in order to treat painful conditions caused by a sports injury, car accident or work related accident.

Dr. Saulle Nunzio's education & training includes Medical School SUNY Downstate Medical Center College Of Medicine Graduated in 1990. An Internship at Winthrop University Hospital Completed in 1991. Residency at Long Island Jewish Med Center Completed in 1996 and Winthrop University Hospital Completed in 1993.

 

 

 


 

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