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You may hear an occasional pop or crackle when you bend or straighten your knees. The name of this noisy sensation is crepitus, and while it can feel alarming, it is usually harmless. However, if you start to notice crepitus after an injury or experience...

At New York Sports Medicine Institute, we are always on the cutting edge of the latest advancements in orthopedic surgery. We are proud to announce that the ArthroFree System is now available for surgical procedures! Continue reading to discover more information about this system and...

Lacrosse is a fast-paced game that is one of the most popular spring team sports in the country. However, the need for quick direction changes and contact creates the perfect environment for injuries. At New York Sports Medicine Institute, we provide a complete array of...

Cartilage is the fibrous, rubbery connective tissue that is found throughout the body. While this material is tough and highly flexible, it can easily become damaged. Articular cartilage can be injured with wear and tear and athletic injury, so restoring this cartilage is essential for...

Whether you’re an elite athlete or an active individual, a knee injury can throw a wrench in your life. Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are among the most prevalent injuries we treat. At New York Sports Medicine Institute, our dedicated team is here to help...

If you live with hip arthritis, you know that some days can be better than others. When your arthritis symptoms become more intense or worsen, it’s known as a flare-up. Flare-ups can occur unexpectedly and take a toll on your daily life. At New York...

Most of us deal with our health in a reactive way. We tend only to visit the doctor when we are already in pain rather than before. It’s critical to take a more proactive approach to increase the chances of developing avoidable conditions or catching...

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