Long Island Neuroscience Specialists: Treating Neurologic and Chronic Pain Disorders

Featuring treatments for patients with a wide range of neurologic disorders and chronic pain conditions, the Long Island Neuroscience Specialists offers the finest health care to our patients. Affiliated with the Department of Neurological Surgery of Weill Cornell Medical College, we are a multi-disciplinary group of neurosurgeons and pain management interventionists on Long Island that use state-of-the-art medical technology to improve patient’s outcomes and are vastly experienced with the use of minimally invasive surgical procedures. We offer FDA approved, MLS Laser Therapy for our patients for proven success and are proud to be on the medical technological forefront to find effective ways to treat our patients.

For more information on our procedures, medical staff, and location, please give us a call at 631.475.5511


Neurosurgery and Pain Management

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Long Island Neuroscience Specialists is a multi-disciplinary group of neurosurgeons and pain management interventionists.  We treat patients with a wide range of neurologic disorders and chronic pain conditions. We believe in using state-of-the-art technology to improve patient’s outcomes and strive to treat each individual with compassion and respect.  We believe in providing the highest quality of care to our patients and are affiliated with the Department of Neurological Surgery, Weill Cornell Medical College.

Keeping Pace With Technology

We are proud to be on the medical technological forefront by offering MLS Laser Therapy. We have invested in the very best technology as a key component of our continuing quest to offer you the finest in health care. MLS Laser therapy has been cleared by the FDA and proven successful as evidenced by extensive and credible studies conducted in our country’s finest institutions including Harvard University.

We are experienced with the use of Minimally Invasive Surgical procedures. With these procedures patients are likely to lose less blood and have less postoperative pain, fewer and smaller scars, and a faster recovery than they would after open surgery.

Dr. Sumeer Sathi

Sumeer Sathi, MD, FACS

Neurosurgeon

Dr. Steven Leon

Steven P. Leon, MD, FACS

Neurosurgeon