General orthopedics is the medical specialty that focuses on injuries and diseases of the body’s musculoskeletal system, this complex system includes your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves and allows you to move, work and have an active lifestyle.Learn More
Sports Medicine is a branch of medicine that deals with physical fitness and the treatment and preventions of injuries related to sports and exercise. Arthroscopic surgery is often used in the treatment of sports related joint issues.Learn More
Reconstructive joint surgery is performed to restore normal mechanics and stability for the purpose of regaining normal function following injury. Joint reconstruction can be preformed using arthroscopic and/or open techniques.Learn More
Joint replacement is the use of synthetic materials to restore normal joint surfaces and pain free motion. It can also be used to stabilize joints, correct alignment and restore extremity length. It is typically performed to correct advanced arthritis.Learn More
Interventional spine is a subspecialty of orthopedics and pain management devoted to the treatment of spinal pathology with the use of minimally invasive techniques performed on an outpatient basis with accelerated recovery and minimal downtime for the treatment of painful spine conditions.Learn More
A fracture is a broken bone often caused by trauma. It can range from a thin crack to a displaced fracture. Fractures can be treated with immobilizations for minimally displaced fractures. Surgery is often necessary to treat displaced or unstable fractures.Learn More
Regenerative Medicine is a growing area of medicine with the potential to heal and regenerate damaged tissues. These solutions address the root cause of many painful musculoskeletal conditions which is a reduction in tissue quality leading to mechanical failure of the joint.Learn More
Following injury and/or surgery physical therapy is often a necessary and important way to reduce swelling and inflammation and restore strength, motion and normal function to an injured area.Learn More
Regional Orthopedics has proudly served the New York metro community from its founding in 1999. Since then, our practice has always provided the absolute best in orthopedic care complete with the latest innovative services available.
Over the years we have re-invested into our practice, successfully launching a full service orthopedic facility. This new facility is complete with state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging, digital radiography, 3-D fluoroscopy, real-time ultrasound and MRI, in office procedure room, regenerative medicine with stem cell and plasma procedures , IV infusion therapy, physical therapy complete with a rehab pool and acqua-treadmill and much more.
In keeping with the concept of an ever evolving and innovative practice model and the launch of our brand new state-of-the-art comprehensive orthopedic care facility, we have also evolved the practice name to The Orthopedic Institute under the new iOrtho brand name.
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