New York/New Jersey Minimally Invasive Institutes
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North American Spine is proud to provide a high quality experience for every patient. Each of our locations provides a variety of attractions, shopping opportunities and fine dining experiences – allowing you to turn your procedure into an enjoyable, and potentially life-changing trip.
Stay within minutes of Midtown Manhattan and experience all it has to offer and more. From the monumental Statue of Liberty to the prestigious shops on 5th Avenue and breathtaking views from the Empire State Building, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
19 Kotte Place
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Dr. Damon Noto
Hackensack Surgery Center (HSC) is a premier New Jersey State licensed facility. It is fully accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care and has established a reputation as a leader in minimally invasive same-day surgery. HSC offers three state-of-the-art operating rooms, each equipped with the latest technology. The medical staff at this facility is an alliance of physicians, regarded as “top docs” by their peers. Each physician has made a personal commitment to ensuring your safety and comfort during your stay.
In Hackensack, New Jersey
Hilton Hasbrouck Heights – Meadowlands
650 Terrace Avenue
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
Conveniently located near the Hackensack Surgery Center, this bright and contemporary hotel offers stylish and well-appointed rooms with views of the Manhattan skyline, along with easy access to a host of attractions. Just minutes from the sports and entertainment venues of the Meadowlands, and only eight miles to Manhattan and everything the Big Apple has to offer, the Hilton Hasbrouck Heights offers an affordable home base for complete relaxation.
Holiday Inn Hasbrouck Heights – Meadowlands
283 Route 17 South
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
Just minutes from the Hackensack Surgery Center, this updated and comfortably appointed hotel offers free shuttle service to the Garden State Mall for upscale shopping at Neiman Marcus, Macy’s and more. Sports fans will find themselves just minutes from the Meadowlands Sports Complex—home to the New York Giants and New York Jets. Of course, Manhattan and Midtown hotspots are just a short 25-minute drive across the Hudson River.
130 W. 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
The iconic Midtown building that once drew crows as the famous Lambs Club has been beautifully renovated into a luxurious five-star boutique hotel that artfully melds the bygone glamour of Art Deco with modern amenities. Surrounded by world-class shopping at Madison and Fifth Avenue and the city’s best restaurants, the Chatwal is within easy walking distance from Rockefeller Center, Broadway and Times Square.
On the Avenue
2178 Broadway at W. 77th
New York, NY 10024
Nestled on the Upper West Side, this light-filled, modern boutique hotel offers luxurious amenities and some of Manhattan’s most spacious guest rooms—including many with private outdoor balconies overlooking Central Park, the Hudson River, or the Upper West Side. Ideally located, it offers easy access to Central Park, Times Square, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Museum of Natural History, shopping on Madison and Fifth Avenue, and more.
Hampton Inn Manhattan – Times Square North
851 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
Newly renovated, this contemporary hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Surrounded by Broadway theaters, it is within easy walking distance to legendary Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Central Park, Restaurant Row, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, The Museum of Modern Art, and the city’s best shopping. It is also just steps from the Port Authority Bus Terminal, and a short 30-minute bus ride to the Hackensack Surgery Center.
155 W. 51st Street
New York, NY 10019
Hailed as the best “non-sushi” fish restaurant in the world for chef Eric Ripert’s Japanese sensibility and French flavors, Le Bernardin was Zagat’s top pick for 2012 and earned a coveted three stars from the Michelin Guide, and four stars from The New York Times (the paper’s highest rating). Classic dishes like Dover sole with brown butter affirm that the accolades are well deserved.
42 E. 20th Street
New York, NY 10003
This classic American tavern offers, contemporary American cuisine, warm hospitality, and unparalleled service in a historic landmark building in the Flatiron District. Executive chef Michael Anthony—recipient of the 2012 James Beard Award for “Best Chef in New York City”—has long been revered for his bold flavors, refined presentation and commitment to fresh, local ingredients. Complementing his sublime menu is pastry chef Nancy Olson’s delicious homemade deserts.
204 E 43rd Street
New York, NY 10017
Honored as one of the “Top Ten Restaurants in Manhattan” by the 2013 edition of Zagat, this beloved eatery has also earned ardent praise from The New York Times for its “pure, uncompromised expression of the traditional art of sushi making.” While Sushi Yasuda serves fish from Japan and around the world, the chefs serve local and regional varieties, too. One by one, each fish is selected for its freshness, size and “spirit.” The result is “sublime sushi” that inspired Travel + Leisure to call Sushi Yasuda “America’s Best Sushi.”
Union Square Cafe
21 E. 16th Street
New York, NY 10003
One of America’s most acclaimed and popular restaurants, Union Square Cafe serves robustly flavored, seasonal American cuisine in a casually elegant setting. Showcasing exquisite local ingredients, chef Carmen Quagliata’s flavor-obsessed menu pays homage to his southern Italian and California roots. Founded in 1985, the restaurant has won five James Beard Awards and scored Zagat Survey’s number one ranking as New York’s “Most Popular Restaurant” an unprecedented nine times.
691 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10036
Danny Meyer’s fresh take on the roadside burger stand serves up delicious burgers, hot dogs, frozen custard, shakes, beer, wine, and more in Midtown Manhattan’s West Side—right in the heart of the Theater District. Drop in for a Shack fix pre- and post-show, or for lunch, dinner, and anytime in between. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer a front row seat to all the action and colorful neon lights.
Broadway and Seventh Avenue
Fondly known as “The Crossroads of the World,” “The Center of the Universe” and “The Great White Way,” the pedestrian plaza at the intersection at Broadway and Seventh Avenue is the hub of the Broadway Theater District and a major center of the world’s entertainment industry. Aglow in neon, this vibrant heart of Midtown Manhattan is the world’s most visited tourist attraction.
Ellis Island & Statue of Liberty
This national monument in Upper New York Bay served as the iconic gateway for millions of immigrants who came to the United States in search of a better life between 1892 and 1954. Today, it houses the Immigration Museum. On neighboring Liberty Island, The Statue of Liberty, a gift from the people of France to celebrate the friendship developed during the American Revolution, as well as to commemorate the 100th anniversary of US independence, is once again open to the public.
Forty professional theaters are concentrated in The Broadway Theater District—better known simply as Broadway. In a dense stretch of Broadway Street in Times Square, the curtain goes up to the delight of nearly 13 million audience members per year. Whether you prefer musicals, something from Shakespeare or an edgy new work by a contemporary playwright, Broadway offers the finest live theater in the world.
New York’s backyard, Central Park is one of the world’s largest and most beautiful parks—boasting 843 acres of manicured lawns, woodlands and bodies of water. With 24,000 trees and 275 species of birds, this national historic landmark is an open-air oasis in the heart of the bustling city. It is also home to the Central Park Zoo. Whether you choose to experience its beauty with a guided walking tour, from a romantic horse-drawn carriage, or cruise its paths on a rented bicycle or Vespa, spend some time in this lush masterpiece.
Empire State Building
350 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10118
Take in the view of Manhattan and beyond from the famous open-air observation deck on the 102nd floor of the world’s most famous office building. More than a quarter of a mile above the bustling streets of Manhattan, this national historic landmark offers some of the most spectacular views on earth. In fact, on a clear day visitors can see New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania from its iconic observation deck.
Shopping on Fifth Avenue
For ardent shoppers the long stretch of 5th Avenue between 39th and 60th Streets just may be nirvana. Here, some of the world’s most notable retailers, designers, fashion houses and jewelers have tempting storefronts—including Saks Fifth Avenue, Gianni Versace Boutique, Cartier, Salvatore Ferragamo, Fendi, Harry Winston, Bottega Veneta, Emilio Pucci, Hugo Boss, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Van Cleef & Arpels, and many more.
Arts & Culture
Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10028
As the largest museum in the United States and one of the three largest in the world, The Met’s permanent collections include art from classical antiquity and ancient Egypt, paintings and sculptures from the European masters, American and modern art—along with significant pieces of African, Asian, Oceanic, Byzantine, and Islamic art. It also has significant collections of musical instruments, antique weapons and armor from around the world, and notable examples of interiors from first century Rome through modern American design.
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53rd Street
New York, NY 10019
Considered the most influential museum of modern art in the world, the MOMA collection offers an overview of modern and contemporary art—including works of architecture and design, drawings, painting, sculpture, photography, prints, illustrated books and artist’s books, film, and electronic media. Its collection includes works by Vincent van Gogh, Henri Rousseau, Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Claude Monet, Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollack, Henri Matisse, Paul Cézanne, and many others.
America Museum of Natural History
Central Park West
New York, NY 10024
One of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world, the American Museum of Natural History is across the street from Central Park and consists of 27 interconnected buildings housing 45 permanent exhibition halls, a planetarium and a library. The museum collections contain over 32 million specimens of plants, animals, fossils, minerals, rocks, meteorites and cultural artifacts—everything from a 34-ton section of the Cape York meteorite, and the Star of India (the world’s largest sapphire), to a full-size model of a blue whale and the 3.2 million-year-old Lucy skeleton.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
10 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY 10023
Home of The Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and several other performing arts companies, this elegant complex set on more than 16 acres features 29 indoor and outdoor performance spaces offering a robust and eclectic variety of arts programming throughout the year. Lincoln Center also houses the Julliard School of Music and School of American Ballet.
45 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10111
One of New York’s most famous landmarks, this iconic cultural center occupies 22 acres in Midtown Manhattan. The center features great public works of art—including Atlas, The Story of Mankind, Winged Mecury, and Prometheus, to name just a few. It is comprised of 19 commercial buildings, many of them are architecturally significant, such as the Simon and Schuster Building, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, British Empire Building, Channel Gardens and Promenade and NBC Studios. Of course, the Rink at Rockefeller Center, the Top of the Rock Observation Deck, and Radio City Music Hall are popular draws.
New York Giants
With a storied history that dates back to 1925, the New York Giants boast eight National Football League titles: four won in the pre-Super Bowl era (1927, 1934, 1938, 1956) and four since the advent of the Super Bowl—Super Bowls XXI (1986), XXV (1990), XLII (2007), and XLVI (2011). Only the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears have surpassed the Giants’ championship tally. While there is a 20-year waiting list for season tickets (135,000 people long!), you can still nab individual tickets for home games at the MetLife Stadium. Whether Eli Manning, Jason Pierre-Paul, Victor Cruz, Chris Snee and the rest of the “G-Men” are locked in a gridiron clash with arch rivals the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins or Dallas Cowboys, it’s a rush to sit in the stands and watch the drama unfold with 80,000 die-hard fans.
New York Jets
Their original team name said it—The Titan of New York. But in 1963 the Green and White adopted a more modest moniker—and one that has stuck for a half century. In 1968, a dazzling quarterback called Joe Namath led the team to their first and only championship victory against the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III. And while they’ve battled their way to the playoffs 13 times and the AFC Championship four times, the Jets have never made it back to the SuperBowl. Of course, all of that can change in a New York minute! Nothing is more exciting than sitting in the stands at MetLife Stadium watching Muhammed Wilkerson, Quinton Coples, Sheldon Richardson and Gang Green torment their foes with a blitz-happy defense that creates chaos in the pocket.
New York Mets
The borough of Queens loves their Boys of Summer. One of Major League Baseball’s first expansion teams, the Mets hit the diamond in 1962 to fill the void left by the departure of the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants. They’ve rewarded loyal die-hard fans with heart-pounding victories in two World Series (1969 and 1986), four National League pennants (1969, 1973, 1986 and 2000), and five National League East titles (1969, 1973, 1986, 1988 and 2006). And while the last few seasons have been tough, Orange and Blue fans are resilient optimists who have high hopes for a new generation of scrappy players who seem to have the right stuff. Catch the lineup during every home game at the open air Citi Field in Queens.
New York Yankees
The Bronx-based Yankees are the winningest sports franchise in American history. The Pinstripers have won 27 World Series titles that date back as far as the early 1920s. Over the years, some gifted athletes, larger-than-life personalities and true legends have filled out its illustrious roster. Old-school players like Whitey Ford, Yogi Berra, Jo DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, and the “The Great Bambino,” Babe Ruth, have left an indelible mark on the history books and fans’ hearts. Today, a new generation of players with the “clutch gene” are carrying the torch. Players like 13-time All Star Derek Jeter—with five World Series rings, he’s been dubbed the new heart and soul of the Yankees. soul of the Yankees. And like fellow Bronx Bomber Mariano “Mo” Rivera, the on-fire closer who holds the MLB record for career saves. Rivera is a 13-time All Star with five World Series rings of his own. From April through October you can catch them at the new cathedral in the Bronx—Yankee Stadium.
The New York Knicks
Spike Lee, Woody Allen, Chris Rock, Whoopi Goldberg, and Ben Stiller are just a few of the famous faces who can be seen sitting center court at Madison Square Garden during Knicks games. The stars come out to see their heroes—another group of stars who propelled the Knicks to the NBA playoffs 38 times, and won eight conference titles and two NBA championships. Eleven-time All-Star Patrick Ewing, revered as the greatest Knick of all time, along with Walt “Clyde” Frazier, Willis “The Captain” Reed, Dave “The Hammer” DeBusschere, back-court superstar Earl “The Pearl” Monroe, score king Bernard King, and others, let it all out on the court against their formidable rivals. And while the newest generation of Knicks have struggled since the loss of Ewing, they seem to be getting their mojo back. Hot off their 2013 division title—the first in 19 years—the “King of New York,” Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler, and J.R. Smith are driving the push back toward contender status.