Michael Y. Mizhiritsky, MD,
- Co-founder of New York Bone & Joint Specialists
- Top-Rated Neck & Back Doctor NYC
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
- Non-Operative Orthopedics
- Electrodiagnostic Testing (EMG/NCS)
- Diplomate American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Fellow
Michael Y. Mizhiritsky, MD is NYC’s top orthopedic specialist in back pain and the co-founder of New York Bone & Joint Specialists. He has extensive experience in non-operative treatments for lower back pain, sciatica, pinched nerves, and herniated discs, and uses his expertise to offer elite orthopedic care to all of his patients.
Dr. Mizhiritsky is a widely respected authority on electrodiagnostic testing for musculoskeletal conditions. A trusted second opinion for orthopedic surgeons in the Tri-State Area, he’s been New York Bone & Joint’s resident expert on physical therapy since its founding. He’s been recognized as a Fellow of the Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and been consistently featured as a Top Physician by the Consumers’ Research Council of America.
Each of the New York Bone & Joint centers bring together expert specialists across multiple fields of orthopedic surgery, all of whom display the same level of dedication to the wellbeing of their patients. The ultimate goal of New York Bone & Joint Specialists is to provide impeccable care and peace of mind to every single patient we treat.
Why Choose NY Bone & Joint Back Specialists?
- Access to world-class joint specialists
- Compassionate and comprehensive care for a range of conditions, from diagnosis to recovery
- Conservative treatment coupled with expert surgical interventions ensure a complete recovery for every patient
What We Specialize InHerniated Discs - A herniated disc is the product of a tear in the outer ring of an intervertebral disc, which is a cartilaginous structure that connects the spinal vertebrae. When a disc is herniated, its exposed center begins to protrude through the outer ring, placing pressure on surrounding nerves.
EMG and Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) - Electromyography, or EMG, is a technique used to detect nerve abnormalities. This test records electrical activity in the skeletal muscles to diagnose nerve injuries and determine an appropriate course of treatment.
Lumbar Epidural Spinal Injections (LESI) - Epidural steroid injections aim to relieve inflammation and painful symptoms caused by chronic conditions of the vertebral discs. Lumbar injections are used to diagnose and treat chronic pain in the lower back and extremities.
Sacroiliac Joint Pain & Dysfunction - Part of the pelvis, the SI joint connects your sacrum to your ilium and is surrounded by strong ligaments. Sacroiliac joint pain or dysfunction is the result of too much or too little motion occurring at this joint, which can lead to inflammation.
Sciatica - Sciatica is a pain, tingling, or numbness in the lower back, buttocks, and legs. Though not a medical condition in and of itself, it’s a common symptom of other orthopedic disorders.
Most Common Back Conditions & TreatmentsFor more information on your specific injury, consult the pages below. You will find comprehensive information on common symptoms, how the condition is diagnosed, our recommended course of treatment, and expected recovery timelines for each condition.
Herniated Discs - Symptoms & Treatment
EMG and Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) - Procedures & Results
Lumbar Epidural Spinal Injections (LESI) - Treatments
Sacroiliac Joint Pain & Dysfunction- Symptoms & Treatment
Sciatica - Symptoms & Treatment
Comprehensive Conditions and Treatments
For more information on your specific injury, consult the pages below. You will find comprehensive information on common symptoms, how the condition is diagnosed, our recommended course of treatment, and expected recovery timelines for each condition.
- Arthritis & Osteoarthritis
- Back Pain & Strain
- Back Pain in Pregnancy
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- EMG and Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS)
- Herniated Disc
- Interventional Pain Management
- Lower Back Pain
- Lumbar Radiculopathy (Sciatica)
- Muscle Spasm
- Numbness, Tingling, or Weakness
- Pain Management for Acute & Chronic Pain
- Sacroiliac Joint Pain & Dysfunction
- Sprains & Strains
- Trigger Point Injections
- Vertebral Compression Fractures