Mr. Ernest Buberman, DC
Chiropractor | Independent Medical Examiner2518 Ocean Ave Brooklyn NY, 11229
The Good Posture Chiropractic emphasizes the importance of improving your health in an effort to reduce the risk of pain and illness in the first place. Given the option, most people would prefer to be healthy and avoid illness if possible, and chiropractic care can help those people achieve their health and wellness goals. For those patients who may already be in pain, chiropractic care offers a unique way to provide pain relief for many types of pain and conditions, including back pain, neck pain and more! Dr. Ernest Buberman is a Chiropractor practicing in Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Buberman specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions associated with the neuromusculoskeletal system, while improving each patients functionality and quality of life. Conditions treated include work related injuries, headaches, sports trauma, sciatica, neck pain, and arthritis pain, among many others. Dr. Buberman seeks to reduce pain and discomfort through manipulation and adjustment of the spine.
Education and Training
Cleveland University Doctor of Chiropractic, D.C. 2002
National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Mr. Ernest Buberman, DC's Expert Contributions
Yes, chiropractors can adjust sinuses. There is a special technique for adjustment. READ MORE
Hello, unfortunately, we can not adjust our wrist by ourself, you should seek chiropractic/professional care. READ MORE
You should seek medical/chiropractic care. Don't wait too long. READ MORE
Yes, you are absolutely correct. Uneven or unbalanced pelvic, among other problems, could lead to uneven leg length. The more detailed info you can get from a local chiropractor, who will conduct physical examination and will give you findings. READ MORE
Chiropractors can do adjustment and physical therapy and massage therapist will do massages. READ MORE
Hello, It depends how long ago an injury occurred. The golden rule of thumb is that first 72 hrs, you should ice it, then you can apply the heat. READ MORE
Hello, there is no fast fix solution. The doctor should take x-rays of your cervical spine, then discuss the finding with you. The doctor will develop a course of the treatment that will fix you. READ MORE
Hello, we use several different techniques to adjust ankle. It varies from patient to patient. READ MORE
Hello, as a chiropractor I see a lot of patients with a wrist tendonitis. I do adjust them with the conjunction of the physical therapy. READ MORE
Hello, I would not try to re-align the foot on your own, it should be done by the chiropractor. READ MORE
Hello, it should be good to go to see a doctor who can run orthopedic tests, MRI if needed, and then discuss what type of the treatment you will require. READ MORE
People can experience common symptoms include: tingling, or a “pins and needles” sensation. numbness in your buttocks that may run down the back of your legs. If you think you have a sciatica, you should seek a professional help. Doctor of Chiropractic well trained to take care of this problem. X-ray and/or MRi can help to detect underlaying problem, if there is any. READ MORE
The symptoms of tight hip flexors are following:vTightness or an ache in your lower back, especially when standing. Poor posture and difficulty standing up straight. Neck tightness and pain. Pain in the glutes READ MORE
“Rib out” actually means a rib joint dysfunction. An acute rib joint dysfunction can cause a difficulty breathing, an incredibly sharp, muscle spasms, stabbing pain frequently felt under a shoulder blade or between the shoulder blades. You should get an adjustment that will elevate all the symptoms described above. READ MORE
First of all I would recommend to see a Doctor of Chiropractic for the proper alignment of your back. On your own you can do several stretches like: back-of-chair stretch, chair twist, back extension, standing lumbar extension, upward stretch, standing spinal rotation, seated twist, supine foam roller twist, supine twist and supine shoulder blade stretch. READ MORE
If a patient has no injuries but want to catch minor misalignments before they cause problems, a chiropractic adjustment anywhere from once a month . Also, a patient can make a chiropractic appointment whenever he/she start to feel some tension or pain. If a patient have a condition or injury causing serious pain, he/she will likely need intensive treatment. This might entail as many as two or three back adjustments a week, with a gradually decreasing number of weekly visits that could last a year or more READ MORE
Chiropractor can treat 20 or 30 years of abuse and neglect with one adjustment. The number of treatments you require is dependent on many factors, including your individual history of injuries, surgeries, sports, genetics, occupation, exercise, weight and more. READ MORE
When the posterior capsule is tightened, it can make the shoulder difficult to move. A professional chiropractor, however, is trained to release the tension here to allow for greater shoulder mobility. This will naturally reduce some of the pain and mobility problems caused by shoulder impingement. READ MORE
In fact, a carefully executed pushup, with an eye to managing good shoulder blade mechanics can be a great rehabilitative exercise. A pushup can help you to retrain motor control (brain control of the muscles in a movement) and strength of the muscles that will stabilize the shoulder blade. READ MORE
As a chiropractor and professional athlete, I would not recommend to workout with a pinched nerve. First of all, it will limit your range of motion and ability to jump, lift, squad..(depends on your working out routine). You should see a doctor of chiropractic first to rule out any pathology or underlaying conditions ( pinched nerve could mask something more serious). As soon as the pain and discomfort gone, you can go back to the gym and start doing you routing. A first week I would recommend to work out in very slow pace. If it is only pinched nerve, adjustment will help to relieve the pain and will enable to be back at the gym at no time. READ MORE
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Get to know Chiropractor Dr. Ernest Buberman, who serves patients in Brooklyn, New York.
Dr. Buberman is a patient-oriented and experienced chiropractor in Midwood of Brooklyn, New York who also serves the General Manhattan area. Since 2002, he has offered personalized and compassionate care to patients dealing with musculoskeletal injuries from auto accidents, workplace injuries, and personal injuries through chiropractic care and rehabilitation.
Caring deeply for his patients’ health and well-being, he works with them to ensure they receive the best care possible in a timely and efficient manner. He specializes in the treatment of lower back pain, neck pain, and whiplash through conservative, evidence-based methods.
Beginning his studies at Long Island University in Brooklyn, Dr. Buberman earned his Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology in 1997. He then attended Cleveland University-Kansas City in Overland Park for his Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree. Upon completion of his degree in 2002, he returned to Brooklyn and opened his private practice.
Over the years, Dr. Buberman has engaged in many entrepreneurial efforts within health care, financial services, business development, management, and leadership. He brings these experiences to his practice to provide patients with seamless care, case management, and communication between his patients and their attorneys or insurance claims adjusters when needed. In 2016, he completed additional studies to become a registered nurse (RN), which allows him to provide supplemental services to his chiropractic and rehabilitation patients.
Chiropractic is a form of alternative medicine that mainly deals with the diagnosis and treatment of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine. A chiropractor uses spinal adjustments, manipulation, and other techniques to manage patients’ health concerns, including neck pain and back pain. They aim to improve patients’ functionality and quality of life by properly aligning the body’s musculoskeletal structure and enabling the body to heal itself without the use of medication or surgery.
- Do I Have a Pinched Nerve?
Pinched nerve, or nerve compression, refers to a situation in which the surrounding tissues apply pressure on a nerve. Pinched nerve may cause severe pain, tingling, numbness, or other symptoms. Nerve compression may affect different sites of the body and this may result in varied symptoms. The...
- Treatments For Shin Splints
That intense pain you get while running, exercise or by just pressing your shins is sometimes is just too unbearable. Sometimes the pain is so severe that it makes running impossible; it tends to subside as you stop running and take a rest.Shin splints usually subside on their own and often require...
- Lower Back Pain: What is it?
Lower back pain is a very common presentation among the elderly population. The lower back is the connection between the upper body and the lower body and it bears most of the body’s weight.Lower back pain can be caused due to various causes affecting the spinal muscles, nerves, bones, the...
- Can Sciatica Pain Be Cured?
What is sciatica?Sciatica is a health condition in which one experiences radiating pain running down from the lower back to the feet. Pain may occur on either side of the leg and it is not necessary that lower back pain exists in all cases of sciatica. The pain’s nature is shooting pain, which...
- What Are the Symptoms and Treatment Options for Lower Back Strains?
Lower back strain is one of the most important causes of back pain. Lower back strains refer to the strain of muscles and ligaments in the back that maintains the vertebrae in place. Strain of these muscles leads to tissue tear and weakening of the muscles. This affects the positioning of the...
- What is Degenerative Disc Disease?
Degenerative disc disease is characterized by the breakdown of the intervertebral discs — the soft discs that act as shock absorbers and provide flexibility to the spine. This condition is not a disease, but it is a common change that occurs with age. It is a common age-related change in which...
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