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Welcome to Somers Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Group

Somers Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Group is ready to be your medical partner in your musculoskeletal health. This re-launched blog is going to bring you important information about conditions in your bones and joints that can affect your quality of life. From arthritis to ACL injuries, from sciatica to shoulder dislocations, you’ll learn about the signs and symptoms of all types of orthopedic injuries and conditions as well as treatments to relieve your pain. 

Advantages of being treated at our Somers Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Group practice

We’re a comprehensive orthopedic surgery practice. Our board-certified orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine specialists, podiatrists, and joint replacement specialists cover all of the domains of musculoskeletal conditions--from your head to the bottom of your feet. Our physicians have extensive experience and training in subspecialties including the treatment of shoulder, elbow, hand, knee, hip, ankle, and foot pain as well as neck and back pain. 

If you need urgent emergency care, we’re here for you. An emergency room visit usually doesn’t result in your being able to see an orthopedic specialist. Our practice is a good alternative if you have a sports injury, a fall, or other trauma where you are concerned about a fracture, a strain, a sprain, or a dislocation that requires immediate attention. Our office is dedicated to treating problems like these. Expert treatment at our office locations rather than the chaotic environment of an emergency room provides individualized attention and calm when you need it.

If you need a joint replacement, our surgeons use the latest techniques to get you the best results and help you recover faster. We’re also at the forefront of orthopedic practices using regenerative medicine to help heal damaged tissue. Our blog will cover all of the above topics and more. 

Being treated at Somers Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Group saves you time and effort in receiving a proper diagnosis because we have on-site diagnostic equipment, including X-ray, MRI, and ultrasound. 

Our five locations make getting an appointment easy. We’ve invested in the latest communications technology including text messaging and online booking in addition to access via phone. Telemedicine appointments are also available. Our patient forms are available on our website, saving you time when you come for an appointment. 

If you’re injured on the job, we offer workers’ compensation care. We make sure you’re able to go back to work before we release you. If you need accommodations after treatment, we provide that documentation. 

Follow us on Facebook, Instagram (@somersortho), and Twitter to keep up to date with our latest advances. 

Call Somers Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Group or request an appointment through our online portal today for expert treatment for your injuries or musculoskeletal pain.

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