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Welcome to The Back and Neck Institute
"Serving Jacksonville and Orange Park for over 35 years"

The Back and Neck Institute is a fully integrated chiropractic, medical and physical therapy clinic which has been serving Jacksonville and Orange Park FL for over 35 years. We offer the most advanced treatments for auto accident sufferers, workers comp, back pain, neck pain, acupuncture, shoulder and arm pain, hip and leg pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, fibromyalgia, an arthritis.

Our Medical Doctor, Doctor Of Chiropractic, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Nurse Practitioner, Massage Therapist, as well as the rest of the staff at The Back and Neck Institute are committed to eliminating your pain and getting you back to doing the things you love. We have helped thousands of pain sufferers in all the counties surrounding North Florida and we can help you too. Please visit our testimonials page or read our Google Reviews to find out what our patients are saying about The Back and Neck Institute.

What separates us at The Back and Neck Institute is our ability to offer several different services under one roof. Our comprehensive care is a huge asset to all of our patients. So whether you need something simple like a chiropractic adjustment or massage therapy, to more intensive procedures like a facet injection or joint injection, we have the medical professional that can help you! Here at The Back and Neck Institute we do not treat the condition, we treat the patient.

For your convenience, our 2nd location is located in Jacksonville, Florida under the name North Florida Medical Center. At North Florida Medical Center, we are able to see patients not only for Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Physical Medicine, & Massage Therapy, but at our 2nd location we are also accepting new patients for Family Medicine, as well as Pain Management. For more information on North Florida Medical Center, visit NorthFloridaMedicalCenter.org or call us today at (904) 269 2437.

Remember, you don't have to suffer anymore. Call today!

The Back and Neck Institute
1218 Park Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32073

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What We Treat

Are you suffering from any of the following? If so, we can help. Call us today at (904) 269-2437.

• Auto accident
• Personal Injury
• Botox
• Neck & Back Pain
• Shoulder/Arm Pain
• Chronic Low Back & Leg Pain
• Disc Injuries
• Sports Injuries
• Workers Comp
• Range of Motion Testing
• Sciatica
• Carpal Tunnel
• Facet Injections
• Trigger Point Injections
• Nerve Blocks
• Epidural
• Medical Evaluation
• Vax-D (Non-Surgical Decompression Therapy)
• Exercise Therapy/Rehab

For more information on how our chiropractors, medical doctor, physical therapist and nurse practitioner can help, please click on the below link.

What We Treat


Our Locations

Orange Park Office
1218 Park Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32073
(904) 269-2437
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North Florida Medical Center
9250 Cypress Green Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32256
(904) 269 2437
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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "The pain in my left wrist had continued for two months. It got so bad I could not use my left hand. My pain level when I came to the clinic was an 8. After the course of physical therapy my pain level has reduced to a 1."
    IuIuse Jarrett

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