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By: Mary jane C.
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Dr. Hynes is fabulous. He fixed my spine. Cervical and lumbar area in 08. I have since run two marathons and several 5k's, I am a 3 star spin instructor and quite strong for my age of 64. I had bone morphed protein and I still have some arthritis aches and pains but I am strong and on no meds except an ibuprophen on occasion. The PA's are good and also Dr, Datta.
By: Cris T.
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Dr Hynes, Damien Valez have done a total of 6 surgeries on my back, neck, and left knee due to auto accidents (not my fault) and I am still up walking! Excellent, Caring Surgeons! They actually take the time to speak to you in english not doctorese!
By: mj32935
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Dr. Datta is a great Dr. The Back Center is a great place to go.
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