How to Prevent Common Orthopedic Injuries While Gardening

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Keeping a Green Thumb and a Healthy Body! At Central Orthopedic Group of Long Island, we recognize that patients can have injuries from going throughout their daily routine. While gardening may be therapeutic, it is also strenuous for several major parts of the body, and may cause major muscle or joint pain. Here are some  … View More

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Anabolic Steroids: Negative Side Effects on the Body and Mind

Categories: Sports Medicine

Steroids have a well-deserved reputation of being the illegal, unhealthy and generally dangerous alternative to proper weight loss and muscle building through exercise and diet control. A diligent workout routine can be taxing on your body, but this is preferable to the long-term harm that muscle-building anabolic steroids can cause. Take a look at how  … View More

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Children’s Orthopedics: A Closer Look

Categories: Child Orthopedics

It is important to take note of how your child grows. As they get older, you may notice that they are not physically developing the way that they should. There are many common orthopedic issues present in children. Many of them will correct themselves without treatment. Sometimes, however, the conditions get more severe over time.  … View More

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Top 5 Most Body Taxing Jobs

Categories: Back Pain

Adults spend almost half their lives working. You probably spend more time at your job than you do at home. If you ever wonder where your general aches and pains come from, it is more than likely related to what you do for a living. Jobs that require you to repeat your movements each day,  … View More

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How To Handle Arthritis This Winter

Categories: Arthritis / Pain Management

Many people who suffer from arthritis complain that it will flare up during rainy or cold weather. Therefore, winter isn’t always a fun time for those who have the condition. Throughout the winter months it is very true that your arthritis can be considerably more painful. In order to better cope with the pain management,  … View More

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‘Tis The Season To Shovel…Safely

Categories: Back Pain / News / Uncategorized

Winter is coming. Last year Long Island saw a pretty mild winter, but things may be different this season. Some heavy snows might fall, so it is important to avoid hurting yourself when you’re outside shoveling. Wear The Right Clothing Dressing inappropriately for winter weather can cause some serious damage to your body. To keep  … View More

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💪 Deskercise: 7 Ways To Stay Active In The Office

Categories: Exercises

Our bodies aren’t designed to carry out many of the daily activities that are necessary to our lives. People who work in careers like construction, waiting tables, or any other kind of manual labor, are likely to develop orthopedic problems. This is even true for those of us who work at offices, just sitting at  … View More

Pain Management: 4 Natural Remedies

Categories: Pain Management

Pain management is an increasing concern across the country. As we get older we often develop pain in our joints, knees, or neck. You name it, it starts to hurt. Sometimes our pains are diagnosed as something specific like rheumatoid arthritis, for example. More often than not our bodies are experiencing the normal wear and  … View More