As one of the foremost experts on back pain and inflammatory conditions of the spine Dr. Borenstein has earned the recognition and praise of the medical community by being named an outstanding specialist in rheumatology in Washingtonian magazine and Best Doctors in America. He is past president of the American College of Rheumatology and author of author of several books on back and arthritis for both physicians and patients.

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