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How Do Corticosteroid Injections Work?

Corticosteroid injections reduce joint pain by combating inflammation. Here’s what you need to know about this treatment option.

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Treating A Shoulder Impingement Without Surgery

Though a shoulder impingement can be painful and debilitating, the condition generally responds well to conservative treatments like physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medication.

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Should I See a Doctor for my Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common but painful condition affecting the hands and wrists. Fortunately, in most cases it can be managed with conservative therapies.

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How to Avoid Surgery if You Have a Herniated Disc

A herniated disc can be a painful, debilitating injury. Fortunately, the condition generally responds well to conservative treatments.

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Why Conservative Treatment Is Generally the Best Option for Runner’s Knee

With physical therapy exercises designed to stretch and strengthen surrounding muscles, patients can get relief from painful runner’s knee.

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7 Lower Back Exercises to Boost Strength and Flexibility

One way to loosen up those stiff and painful lower back muscles is by exercising. Here are the best physical therapy stretches to try.

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Suffering From Weightlifter’s Shoulder? Here’s How You Can Avoid Surgery

Weightlifter’s shoulder can be painful and debilitating, but it generally responds well to conservative treatment.

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How to Prep for ACL Surgery

Torn ACL? You can speed up your recovery by following these simple pre-op tips.

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Do I Need Physical Therapy?

Dealing with painful arthritis or a sports injury? Physical therapy (PT) may be the answer.

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Should I See a Doctor for my Shoulder Pain?

From a SLAP tear to tendonitis, here’s what may be causing your shoulder pain — and how to treat it.

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The Importance of Bedside Manner in Sports Injury Recovery

At New York Bone & Joint Specialists, we make creating positive doctor-patient relationships a priority so you receive the highest quality care.

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Working Out With a Knee Injury: Here’s What You Need to Know

Recovering from a knee injury doesn’t mean you have to stop working out. Instead, switch to exercises that are safe and aid in healing the joint.

Sports Injury Myths

An Orthopedic Specialist Busts 5 Common Myths About Sports Injuries

If you’re suffering from a sports injury, don’t let these common misconceptions hold you back from a full recovery.

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Is My Shoulder Dislocated?

While painful at first, a dislocated shoulder generally heals with rest and physical therapy.

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Why Does My Knee Click?

Find out what’s causing that painful clicking in your knee — and how to treat it.

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