Whether through trauma, overuse, or wear and tear, almost all of us at one stage in our lives will be affected by muscle, joint, or bone problems. People of all ages are in need of orthopedic treatment. Effective treatment and rehabilitation is vital to keep you moving unimpeded and prevent problems from recurring.
We Take Our Bones, Muscles, And Joints For Granted Until We Find Ourselves In Need Of Orthopedic Treatment.
You might associate orthopedics with broken bones, or joint replacement surgery, but orthopedic doctors deal with a much broader set of issues associated with the musculoskeletal system.
Here Is A List Of Some Of The Conditions And Symptoms We Deal With At Our Bronx Clinic.
As we get older, past injuries can resurface, affecting our mobility and quality of life. In adulthood, our bodies are not as effective at healing themselves, and any injury sustained can have a knock-on effect, especially if it is not dealt with quickly and effectively. Take care of your future self by taking your condition seriously and seeking specialist medical advice from an orthopedic doctor.
Here are a few facts about common orthopedics and some common problems we treat here at Westchester Medical Healthcare.
Orthopedics: An Overview
Shoulder Pain And Back
Here At Westchester Medical Healthcare
We’re committed to keeping you moving. Staying active helps to prevent many diseases and ailments, so making sure you retain your full range of movement for as long as possible is critically important, especially as we age.
We understand that being out of work as a result of an injury can be devastating, and cause extra stress that can affect your recovery, which is why we assist in workers’ compensation cases where personal injury has been sustained at work or as a result of an accident or fall.
Whatever stage of life you’re in, our orthopedist is dedicated to giving the best possible service, from accurate diagnosis to quick, safe, and effective treatment and rehabilitation. It’s important to us not only to treat the immediate problem, but to ensure, whenever possible, that problems do not recur in the future.