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Dr. Abayev offers personalized consultations
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Our Specializations & Services at PainCureClinic in New York

We specialize in Pain Management, Spinal Disorders, Musculoskeletal Medicine, and Sports Medicine.

Dr. Boris Abayev, M.D., is one of the few doctors in New York who accepts almost all insurance plans, including Medicaid and all HMO/PPO insurance coverage, except Wellcare.

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Office Hours By Appointment Only:

  • Please call (718) 830-0002 for the earliest appointment.
  • Thursday -12-3 PM; Sunday: 12-3 pm (first come, first served based); extended hours may be available upon request and doctor’s availability.
  • In case of emergency please call 911
  • Most of the day and evenings we are available on the phone, please leave us a message and we will return your phone call as early as we can

Same or next day appointments are sometimes available. We were able to help majority of our patients.

We always find time to speak to our patients and explain their medical condition to them in detail. We also typically discuss what we are planning to treat. We are conveniently located upstairs from the Subway at 63rd Drive, Rego Park, Queens Local Subway station

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    Take the (express E or F to Continental Avenue 71st and change there for the local R or M train Manhattan bound and get off at 63rd Drive, or

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    Take the local wherever available and come to 63rd drive directly

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    We are right off Queens Boulevard on the same side as Sears

Dr. Abayev, has completed a fellowship training program at one of the most prestigious universities in the USA - New York University School of Medicine in Musculoskeletal Medicine, Pain Management, EMG, and Research.

He is an author of 28 research publications, a recipient of the Recognition Award from the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine, one of the winners of the world research papers’ competition, a recipient of Special Commendation and Certificate of Appreciation from the NY Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, elected and served as an Editor-in-Chief of the Proceedings at New York Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

He is affiliated with New York Hospital, Queens (Cornell University Weill Medical College) and Queens Hospital Center (Mount Sinai School of Medicine of New York University).

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Health Information

The information provided on this website is not intended to replace the medical advice of your doctor or health care provider. Please consult your health care provider for advice about a specific medical condition.

Live long, live healthy, and be happy!

These are general tips, but it does not replace your doctors' advice. Please consult with your doctor if you can follow these general recommendations.

  • Get at least 60 minutes of moderate physical activity daily
  • Brisk walking for at least five days each week
  • Engage in more physical activity by limiting TV and computer time
  • Perform activities in fresh air
  • Oxygen and sunlight are a part of the metabolic process
  • Consume fewer calories - exercise pushing away from the table
  • Eat a variety of foods in moderate amounts
  • Eat lots of vegetables
  • Satisfy hunger and to stay energized

Always Start Your Day with Exercise

  • Cycling
  • Jogging
  • Swimming
  • Walking
  • Different exercises for a minimum of one hour daily
  • Follow with a warm shower and have a light breakfast
  • Eat more grains
  • Green leafy vegetables
  • Control portions
  • Cut down on coffee and chocolate or better yet stay caffeine free
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  • Cut down on spicy food, salty, marinated, smoked and processed foods
  • Cut down on cakes, cookies, candies -- eat more grains and leafy vegetables
  • Eat fresh food instead of canned or processed food
  • Use freshly cooked meats, fish and chicken
  • Eat lots of spring beans, fresh green peas; even put them in salads with lettuce, olive oil, and balsamic vinegar
  • Eat milk products
  • Eat eggs as a good source of protein
  • Almonds are also perfect sources of protein
  • Use vegetable oils instead of animal fat
  • Drink water instead of sodas, coffee, ice tea or other caffeinated drinks
  • Avoid junk food or outside food (cook for your self using healthy ingredients)
  • Try a healthy diet for a couple of weeks and see how you feel, then you make your own decision to what diet to follow

The information provided on this website is not intended to replace the medical advice of your doctor or health care provider. Please consult your health care provider for advice about a specific medical condition.