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Dr. Russell Surasky, FAAN, ABAM, ABPM

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Dr. Russell Surasky, FAAN, ABAM, ABPM

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Dr. Russell Surasky, FAAN, ABAM, ABPM is a triple board-certified neurologist. Specializing in neurology, mental health and addiction medicine, he is the only physician in the U.S. with these credentials.

Utilizing unique medication protocols individualized to each patient, Dr. Surasky provides specialized treatment for all psychiatric conditions, as well as for addiction to drugs and alcohol. This advanced approach has helped thousands of patients rapidly achieve and sustain their sobriety and has made Dr. Surasky the most sought-after addiction specialist in the country.

Dr. Surasky is the medical director of Bridge Back to Life, a multi-center drug rehab with locations across New York. Dr. Surasky is a national speaker on the topic of drug addiction—educating physicians and the U.S. criminal justice system about addiction and these new advancements in treatment. Dr. Surasky's private practice, Recovery Revolution, is located in Great Neck, New York.

Additionally, Dr. Surasky is currently also the only neurologist in the country who is trained to perform upper cervical spinal adjustments. These treatments can help improve brain/nervous system function, and therefore help patients heal from innumerable illnesses.

Dr. Surasky maintains hospital privileges at North Shore University Hospital of Manhasset, Plainview and Syosset, as well as Long Island Jewish Hospital in New Hyde Park. Actively involved in the medical community, Dr. Surasky is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Academy of Neurology, American Society of Addiction Medicine and the Nassau County Medical Society.

For more information, visit Dr. Surasky’s website at www.drsurasky.com.

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