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Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
Rotator Cuff Surgery Yonkers, NY
Lawrence Hospital Center | Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
55 Palmer Avenue, First Floor
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This office serves patients in the following areas:
Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Central Park, Harlem, Central Harlem, East Harlem, West Harlem, Morningside Heights, Washington Heights, Inwood, Midtown, Midtown East, Central Midtown, Midtown West/Hell's Kitchen/Clinton, Chelsea, Garment District, Flatiron District, Gramercy Park, Kips Bay, Murray Hill, Battery Park City, Financial District, Wall Street, TriBeCa, Chinatown, Lower East Side, Little Italy, SoHo, Greenwich Village, East Village, Central Village, West Village, New York City, NYC, Manhattan, NY 10016
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Rotator Cuff Surgery in Yonkers, New York
Do you need rotator cuff surgery in the Yonkers, New York area? If you delay treatment, your condition could deteriorate further. Call and set up an appointment with an orthopedic specialist at Lawrence Hospital Center Department of Orthopedics & Sports Medicine.
In some cases the pain may not occur all at once, but becomes greater over time. Other times, you may experience a sudden, stabing pain during physical activity such as playing your favorite sport. Pain caused by a rotator cuff injury is usually felt in the front part of your shoulder, or in the side of your shoulder. You will also notice an increase in pain at night or while lying on your shoulder.
In order to get a correct diagnosis and to receive full treatment for your rotator cuff injury, it is important to visit an experienced orthopedic doctor. If you live in the Yonkers, New York area, the doctors at the Lawrence Hospital Center Department of Orthopedics & Sports Medicine will give you an accurate diagnosis of your shoulder pain, and if necessary, perform rotator cuff surgery. Physical therapy is also available to ensure a full recovery. Call for a consultation today.
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