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Mar 2, 2020
Staff at orthopedic clinics in Suffolk County, NY, routinely see injuries associated with sports. Read as Peconic Bay Medical Center explains how to prevent them.
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Feb 28, 2020
Heart disease continues to represent one of the biggest challenges to modern medicine because it impacts the lives of millions worldwide each year. In fact, it’s the leading cause of death and disability among women in the United States despite years of improvement in cardiology services in Suffolk County, NY, and across the country.
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Feb 26, 2020
Collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in your body, and it's essential for several biological processes. It mainly deals with skin elasticity, although it's involved in maintaining joint and bone health as well. The substance is secreted by various cells, but it can also be found in certain foods, such as beef, chicken, fish, beans, eggs, and dairy products.
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Feb 20, 2020
If you or a loved one has ever suffered from the effects of a true allergy, you know just how debilitating they can be. Allergies, whether permanent or seasonal, can wreak havoc on your health, your schedule, your mood, and your sleep, leaving you less than productive unless the causes are mitigated.
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Feb 17, 2020
Many people find their daily lives disrupted by neuroma. This is the medical term for a common condition often referred to as a pinched nerve. If you’ve ever had a pinched nerve, you know firsthand the discomfort it causes. Maybe you think you have this problem right now but aren’t sure. Keep reading to learn more about the symptoms of neuroma and effective treatment options.
Feb 14, 2020
Though they once were considered major procedures, knee replacement surgeries have become almost commonplace in modern orthopedics. Orthopedic care specialists in Suffolk County, NY, routinely perform knee replacements to help restore mobility to those with damaged knees, whether that damage is the result of injuries, advancing age, or wear.
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Feb 12, 2020
Gymnastics is a rigorous sport that involves explosive movement, tremendous balance, and heavy stress on the joints and muscles of the human body. As a result, the sport often results in injuries that must be treated by a specialist such as an orthopedic hand surgeon in Suffolk County, NY.
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Feb 10, 2020
The spinal cord is a vital part of the central nervous system. The spinal cord is a narrow bundle of nerve tissue that sends messages between your body and your brain. This is accomplished with the help of nerves and nerve roots that branch out from the spinal cord.
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Feb 7, 2020
Congenital heart defects (CHDs) impact the structure and functioning of the heart. These defects affect how blood flows to and from the heart and the rest of the body. CHD cases range from mild (such as a small hole in the heart) to severe (such as missing or deformed parts of the heart).
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Feb 5, 2020
Inversion therapy is a technique used to stretch the spine. Orthopedic surgeons in Suffolk County, NY, may recommend inversion therapy for short-term management of a number of ailments related to your back and spine.
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