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If you have TAILBONE PAIN (coccyx pain)……Come here for treatment.



Below is the paperwork that patients need to fill out prior to making your appointment with Dr. Foye…

Please click on the document below, then PRINT IT and COMPLETE IT and SEND IT IN. (You can Fax it to Dr. Foye’s office, or Mail it).

If you do not have a printer to print out the forms, just call Dr. Foye’s office at 973-972-2802 and ask them to MAIL the paperwork to you. They will send it to you by United States Mail (within the USA only), and you can complete it and mail it back to the office.

(Note that initial appointments will be given only AFTER Dr. Foye’s office receives from you the completed form below.)

Here is the paperwork that you need:


 



Note: For FORMS (paperwork) that patients need to fill out prior your appointment with Dr. Foye, please Download/Print the Document ABOVE, or go to this page on our website:

Forms for Patients who are Coming to See Dr. Foye

or

http://www.tailbonedoctor.com/forms


Please FIRST complete and send in the paperwork above, and THEN call to schedule your appointment. Dr. Foye’s office phone (in New Jersey) is # 973-972-2802.
Due to the volume of calls received from around the country, medical advice can NOT be given by phone to patients who have not been evaluated yet within the office here. But we welcome the opportunity to have you come and meet Dr. Foye for a compassionate, thoughtful, and thorough in-person evaluation.


Patrick Foye, M.D.
Director, Coccyx Pain Center (Tailbone Pain Center)
90 Bergen Street, DOC Suite 3100
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Newark, New Jersey 07103-2499
973-972-2802 (Phone)

973-972-2825 (Fax)


We are happy to treat patients both in-network with your insurance company or out-of-network with your insurance company. Our office staff are happy to check your insurance coverage for you. Even if you have no out of network benefits, we can still provide treatment for you here.

For more information on Insurance, click here: “Insurance Accepted”.


Please also click on the “Prepare for your Visit” button on the border on the left side of this website, for tips on how to get the most out of your trip to see Dr. Foye.


 

 Travel directions:

  • Many of Dr. Foye’s patients come from out-of-state to see him for his expertise in treating tailbone pain.
  • His office is located close to many major roads, including the Garden State Parkway and Route 280.
  • A parking deck is available on site.
  • Please check MapQuest (below) for driving directions.
  • Also, the office is about a 10 minute taxi ride from the “Newark Penn Station” train station and about 15 minutes from Newark Liberty Airport.
  • Click on the map below:
90 Bergen St Newark NJ 07103 USA

Special Driving Directions:
The office is conveniently located just minutes from major roads such as the Garden State Parkway, Route 280, Route 78, Route 22, Route 21, Routes 1&9, etc.

A parking deck is available and is attached to the Doctor’s Office Center, for your convenience.

Directions below are from the Garden State Parkway or Route 280.

For other directions, try MapQuest, below.

Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 145. Follow signs for 280 EAST.

While on 280 EAST, take exit 13. Follow signs saying “First Street Newark Use 3 Left Lanes.”
Within those 3 lanes, stay in the right lane.

At the end of the exit ramp, at that light, turn RIGHT onto First Street. (First Street soon becomes Bergen Street.)

The third light is Market Street, just go straight through.
The next (4th) light is 12th Street, TURN LEFT.
On that corner are the Doctor’s Office Center and the DOC Parking deck.

After a 1/4 of a block, TURN RIGHT, into the parking deck.

 

 


 

 

  RELATED WEBSITES AND WEB-PAGES:

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) Doctor / Physician
Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) Free Review Article at eMedicineTailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) PublicationsTailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) Information

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) Dr. Foye

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) Injections

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) New Jersey (NJ)

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) New York (NY)

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) New York City (NYC)

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) Pennsylvania (PA)

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) Connecticut (CT)

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) Images, Xrays, MRI & Photos

Dr. Foye’s Listing on Spine Universe

Information on Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) Relief

eMedicine article on Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain)

Testimonials from Patients with Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain)

Dr. Foye’s Faculty Profile at New Jersey Medical School

Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) images on Flickr


Dr. Foye’s “How to” articles on Tailbone Pain:
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How to tell if you have a DISLOCATED TAILBONE (COCCYX DISLOCATION)

How to tell if you have a BROKEN TAILBONE (FRACTURED COCCYX)

How to tell if you have TAILBONE PAIN (COCCYX PAIN)

How to describe TAILBONE PAIN (COCCYX PAIN)

How to Pick a COCCYX CUSHION (TAILBONE CUSHION) for Coccyx Pain (Tailbone Pain)

How to know if your MRI included the TAILBONE (COCCYX MRI)

How to Cope with TAILBONE PAIN DURING PREGNANCY

How to SIT with TAILBONE PAIN

How to Decide about Tailbone Removal (Coccyx Removal Surgery, Coccygectomy) for Tailbone Pain

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 Patrick Foye, M.D.,
Director of the Coccyx Pain Center,
PM&R at Rutgers
New Jersey Medical School,
90 Bergen St,
DOC Suite 3100,
Newark, New Jersey,
USA, 07103For an appointment, call:
973-972-2802
TAILBONE PAIN


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Patrick Foye, M.D.
www.TailboneDoctor.com
and
www.Tailbone.info
and
www.TailbonePain.net

 

Disclaimer:
This web site is for
general informational purposes only.The information should not be
considered as medical advice.The information is not a substitute for appropriate in-person care
by a physician
with expertise in evaluating
and treating tailbone pain.This website
is not meant to represent
official views
of any university,
medical school,
hospital, etc.
 

 

Effective July 2013:
New Jersey Medical School is part of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.