Indian River Medical Center in Melbourne, FL with Reviews - YP.com

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09/08/2015
By: Mary jane C.
BACK Center The
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.
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05/13/2015
By: Sheila G.
Premier Urgent Care
I HAVE ALWAYS HAD EXCELLENT CARE FOR 15 YEARS SEEING THE BADOLATO FAMILY WITH MY BOYS WITH MANY ISSUES IN THERE LIVES. THEY WERE VERY FOCUS KEEPING ME CALM AS A MOTHER! ON TARGET!!! GRATIFULL FOR ALL DOCTORS.MAY GOD BLESS YOU EVERY DAY FOR UPMOST CARE
04/02/2014
By: Cris T.
BACK Center The
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!
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06/01/2015
By: Angel S.
Mel Bay Urgent Care Cntr
Good dr one best that Medicaid has nice and caring the staff little unfriendly it few of them not all but it worth going for the dr just ignore the rude staff and go one that are good too you
08/30/2013
By: mj32935
BACK Center The
Dr. Datta is a great Dr. The Back Center is a great place to go.
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