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Although they occur during any time of the year, car accidents can become more common during the winter months. Even if you do not think you are injured after getting into one, it’s essential to seek medical care immediately after being in a crash. At...

The human body is capable of completing many impressive athletic feats. One of the staples of athletic culture is continually finding ways to push your body to new heights. However, if you are not careful when trying to do this, you can end up with...

Unfortunately, no matter how safe we all are, injuries can happen. If you’re an athlete or someone who works out regularly, the likelihood of suffering an injury becomes even more significant. Should this happen to you, it’s essential to take the proper steps to ensure...

No shortage of instances can lead to the human body suffering from injuries. However, during the winter season, slips and falls are sometimes the most likely culprits. At New York Sports Medicine Institute, our team is well versed in helping patients who have gone through...

If you’re an athlete, you’ve likely heard of Tommy John surgery before. Although this procedure is typical for baseball players, anyone who puts excessive amounts of stress on the elbow joint is at risk for needing surgery. At New York Sports Medicine Institute, our team...

Deciding to undergo a surgical procedure for treatment can be difficult, no matter the injury. Too many people think that once they make that decision, all they need to do next is to show up on the day of the surgery. Here at New York...

Although they are uncommon, bicep tendon ruptures can be difficult to deal with for patients who’ve suffered this injury. If not treated promptly, you can be faced with copious amounts of pain and discomfort for some time. Fortunately, our team at New York Sports Medicine...

Injuries sustained to your joints can be especially difficult to deal with and manage. These areas are the focal points of movement, meaning any type of activity where you are not standing still can lead to pain. Here at New York Sports Medicine Institute, one...