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Princeton Brain, Spine and Sports Medicine Launches Redesigned Website  

New Site Includes Enhanced User Experience & Multimedia Education

As part of our goal to blend compassionate care with the industry’s most advanced neurosurgical and sports medicine treatment, Princeton Brain, Spine & Sports Medicine recently launched its redesigned patient website. Since Dr. Mark McLaughlin opened PBSSM in 2005, the practice has grown exponentially. Our medical team now serves patients at seven convenient locations across New Jersey and Pennsylvania and partners with the region’s leading hospitals and surgical facilities.

Website Features & Benefits

“Princeton Brain, Spine & Sports Medicine empowers patients to take charge of their health and understand their treatment options,” said Lyndsey Gill, PBSSM Managing Director of Operations. “Incorporating the latest neurosurgery and sports medicine research, the refreshed site makes it easy for patients to access information about medical disorders, view Healthgrades doctor ratings, log into their patient portal or get help with personal injury and workers’ comp claims.”

Visitors to the newly launched PBSSM website also enjoy:

“As we move into 2019, we’ll be soliciting patient feedback about what information is most helpful to them,” says Gill. “We’ll expand the site with new blogs, videos and interactive content with a goal of helping patients and families make best-possible decisions about their neurosurgical and orthopedic health.”

Contact Our NJ & PA Neurosurgery or Sports Medicine Team

To schedule a brain, spine or joint consultation or request a new or follow-up patient appointment, call 609.921.9001 in New Jersey or 215.741.3141 in Pennsylvania. For your convenience, you can also submit a confidential online inquiry and a patient advocate will be in touch promptly to address your needs.

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Submit an appointment request on our patient portal or contact our New Jersey and Pennsylvania campuses to speak with a patient advocate.

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