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Living a rich, full life - free of pain - is your first concern. That is why when you need comprehensive, specialized orthopedic care, your first choice should be The Central Orthopedic Group located in Plainview and Rockville Centre, Long Island.

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The staff at The Central Orthopedic Group is comprised of talented and professional physicians who care about your orthopedic health and progress; we invite you to get to know our team.

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At The Central Orthopedic Group, understanding your orthopedic health is of the utmost importance. Explore our treatment methods and specialties.

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The comfort of our clients is our highest priority; The Central Orthopedic Group is proud to offer our patients two beautiful, state-of-the-art facilities to treat their medical needs.

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When seeking an orthopedist, your primary concern is to find a treatment center that will allow you to live a full and healthy life free from pain. Located in Plainview and Rockville Centere, Long Island, the compassionate and insightful team at The Central Orthopedic Group are proud to be your first choice for orthopedic care and relief.

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One of the most common conditions in the hand and wrist is carpal tunnel syndrome. This occurs when a nerve in the wrist is compressed. It is caused by daily activities which require constant and repetitive use of hands, fingers and arms. Quick, repetitive movements cause friction of the muscle inside the wrist, resulting in  … View More

DOMS: How Sore is Too Sore to Workout?

Hurt-so-good or pushed-too-far? How to tell if you need a rest day… The level of soreness that you feel after an especially hard workout is usually written off as a badge of honor; you pushed an extra mile on the treadmill, or increased your weights used on the curl machine. You’re feeling accomplished and strong.  … View More