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Conditions/Injuries of the Hand, Wrist, Arm, & Shoulder

Here is everything you need to know about common conditions and injuries of the hand, wrist, arm, and shoulder. Please be sure to make an appointment with one of our doctors if you feel you suffer from one of these and need more information. Arthritis - Base of the...

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New Ways to Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Sir James Paget and James Putnam Although we may think that carpal tunnel syndrome is a relatively new disorder, which came about during the computer age, it was actually originally described by Sir James Paget in 1854. James Putnam, a Boston neurologist, published...

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The NY Mets, the Brooklyn Nets, and now you…

Manhattan Orthopedics & Sports Medicine group has just opened a new Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal medicine facility in the center of Manhattan. But did you know that we also have a state of the art radiology suite, identical to those found in Citi Field (home of...

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Lessons from the Doctor 

A couple of weeks ago, our very own Dr. Klion competed in a mountain bike race. As he had increased his training mileage for the event, he had noticed that his wrist was sore, but didn't find this unusual as almost all cyclists often experience pain in the hand,...

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We Moved!

Just in time for the spring thaw, Manhattan Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Group is delighted to bring you: a bigger, roomier waiting area; more comfortable, clean and airy patient exam rooms; heating and air conditioning! a digital X-ray machine to provide real...

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Osteoporosis and Eggshells

Many patients experiencing back or joint pain will ask if it is caused by osteoporosis. This common question highlights just how high a profile the disease has gained in recent years. Osteoporosis itself has no symptoms, including pain, but the loss of bone density...

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Happy New Year

The Physicians and staff at Manhattan Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Group, PC, would like to wish all of our patients a joyous and prosperous New Year. We hope that everyone is happy and healthy in 2015. Exciting things are in store for the practice as we have...

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Remember the Spine

Isn’t it strange that we are called “vertebrates,” and yet we rarely think about our vertebrae – i.e., our spine? Forgetting about the spine is a very old habit of ours; though anatomy theaters were filled with articulated skeletons by the late sixteenth century, most...

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The Truth About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

"My hand hurts; I think I have carpal tunnel syndrome." Orthopedists all over America hear this from their patients everyday, often followed by the patient's assertion that their pain has been caused by typing on a computer keyboard all day. Entire mini-industries...

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The Top 5 Secrets for Healthy Knees

Knee pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints, afflicting almost 25% of the US population. But there are a number of important secrets, practiced by top trainers and professional athletes, to help protect and preserve the knees. Practicing these 5...

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Heading (Gently) Into Fall

For runners, the arrival of fall means more than just shorter days and longer sleeves. Fall foliage signals a critical time of the year, when our bodies deserve special attention. Especially for those anticipating marathon or other demanding competitive events, there...

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