Orthopedist in NYC – Blogs

Do your knees crack when you move around or bend them? This sensation is known as crepitus, which occurs when air bubbles build up in the synovial fluid in the knee joint and burst when the joint adjusts. These air bubbles can produce a loud...

The hips are the center of your body’s movement, facilitating various demands every day. Poor hip mobility can contribute to issues like knee problems and back pain and can hinder your athleticism. Our team at New York Sports Medicine Institute would like to share some...

Concussions are injuries that you should not take lightly. This traumatic brain injury causes the brain to be physically shaken and moved out of its usual position, subsequently affecting the proper functioning of your brain. Most people recover completely with appropriate medical treatment, and effects...

It’s not uncommon to experience occasional shoulder pain or discomfort, but if your shoulders are crunching, it could be a sign of a more severe condition. New York Sports Medicine Institute is well-versed in diagnosing and treating injuries and conditions that affect the shoulder. Continue...

Has elbow pain started to affect your bowling game? Elbow pain can keep you away from your favorite activities and affect your work life. If you’ve got pain from bowling, our team at New York Sports Medicine Institute can help! Continue reading to discover more...

A fractured hip is a severe injury that can bring about life-threatening complications, especially for older and active patients. In many cases, patients struggle to regain full function and mobility. Working with an experienced and accomplished orthopedic surgeon is crucial. Our team at New York...

When you hear the word bruise, you likely picture a black and blue mark on your skin. However, bruises also happen in the bone. A bone bruise is an unfortunate traumatic injury to a bone that is less severe than a fracture but still painful....

Swimming is a popular summertime activity enjoyed by many, but it is often the cause of shoulder pain. Swimmer’s shoulder, or shoulder impingement, occurs when swimmers aggravate their shoulders due to constant joint rotation. At New York Sports Medicine Institute, we are well-versed in treating...

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