Diagnosing Sports Injuries - Long Island

Understanding Your Sports Injury

Categories: Diagnosis & Testing / Sports Medicine

If you’re an athlete, then you know sports will take its toll on your body. Done regularly, movements like running, jumping, or pivoting can negatively impact joints, muscles, and bones. Furthermore, improper form can increase this risk. Our highly qualified staff will diagnose and treat your sports injury. However, it is important for athletes to  … View More

Doctor with MRI and Patient

What is a High-Field MRI and Why We Use It

Categories: Diagnosis & Testing / General Orthopedics

At Central Orthopedics, our goal is to provide patients with the treatment they need to overcome their injuries. In order to provide this treatment, we need to first assess these injuries with an MRI machine. We recently acquired a new high-field MRI machine, which has expanded our ability to diagnose injuries and develop treatment plans.  … View More

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Range of Motion: What You Need to Know

Categories: Diagnosis & Testing / Exercises

After suffering from a sports injury or another lifestyle injury, you will likely be in some degree of pain. However, a lack of joint mobility is the true measure of how injured the particular body part is. Without the normal range of motion, the affected joint is still injured. And, consequently, all Sports medicine treatments  … View More

Elderly couple outside with hip pain

How Do You Treat Hip Pain?

Categories: Diagnosis & Testing

Our staff of orthopedic surgeons and pain management specialists understand the difficulty that a hip injury can impose. Gone untreated, a hip injury can inhibit you from engaging in your favorite physical activity, or, in chronic conditions, prevent you from going through your daily routine without pain. Hip pain may also be an indicator that  … View More

What You Need To Know About Your Arthritis Diagnosis

Categories: Arthritis / Diagnosis & Testing

Symptoms, Causes & Treatments of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis Arthritis is a condition which refers to inflammation, which can result in joint pain, swelling and limited mobility. While arthritis is most commonly associated with joint related issues, it can also affect cardiovascular health, as well as other conditions. Some arthritic forms, like Rheumatoid Arthritis, are  … View More