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Sports Medicine reviews in New York

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    Denville Medical & Sports Rehab Center
    They are very good, massage therapist, chiropratic. They are all very professional, very interested in each patient. They individulize the treatment for each patient.
    - RUBY D.
  • A
    Shelter Rock Orthopedic Group
    elbow was X-rayed then I received a cortisone shot ....pain gone....returned to playing tennis
    - Wayne D.
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    Gordon, Dr. F Kennedy
    Basically, he is sports medicine. He is excellent. He has good bedside manner. He knows his business and is very honest. You have to call for an appointment.
    - Juanita B.
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    Neil S. Zwiebel, D.P.M.
    His office was well organized and his staff professional. I wasn't kept waiting and I saw the doctor at the appointed time. He spent 45 minutes with me. He took x-rays and  recommended I get an MRI, something no one else had thought of. He also looks at surgery as a last resort. I'm very impressed. The whole experience was great. As fas "Dos" are concerned, I'd say do it every time your doctor wants to operate.
    - John P.
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    Island Sports Therapy
    I've had PT many times before, so I think I'm a good judge of whether or not a PT place is right for me or not and is a professional environment. Island Sports Care is both. I don't think anyone really likes to be in the position to have to go to PT, but Eric and the rest make the experience quite pleasant. The atmosphere inside the treatment room is never tense, never unhappy. The PT staff, students, and assistants are completely professional -- every patient is treated with respect and care. The tone here is very tranquil, and patients happily work towards their goals. The reception area is large with plenty of chairs. What I don't like is the loud television on every time I come in. I wish we could go back to the days when people read a magazine in the waiting room -- why am I subjected to some idiot program at a loud volume? I pray twice a week that I will be taken to the treatment room within seconds. As most of the people I've seen in the waiting room are my age (55) and older, I would bet that they are thinking what I think but are too polite to say something. I'm not polite: ditch the tv or turn it down -- WAY down: few people are watching it -- trust me. The staff is fine -- however, there is a newish receptionist/assistant (she's Filipina, I think.) who can't wait to answer the phone whether you're standing in front of her in the middle of a word or a sentence or whatever. I spent years in retail and in reception and I just KNOW that one doesn't abandon a conversation or transaction with a living person to answer a phone. She HAS to learn this or else she will offend a large part of your demographic (in the last 4 months during my biweekly visits, I've seen mostly people over 50, and we over-50 folk were brought up to let the telephone ring if there was a human being we were engaged in talking to. Even if times have changed, I think the person standing at the desk has to be dealt with before the unnamed person on the phone first.) The receptionist should learn how to say "Island Sports Care. Could you hold, please?" and THEN finish her transaction with the human being. THEN she can go to the voice on the phone and handle that problem AFTER the living human being has been seen to. This problem needs to be addressed before it becomes part of the culture of the Island Sports Care office.
    - Fran O.
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    Charschan Chiropractic & Sports Injury Assoc.
    After Dr. C's analysis of my running form (my gait was filmed while I was on the treadmill), I explained to him that I was experiencing ower back pain. He quickly identified something (can't remember details), and suggested I make an appt. I showed up at Dr. C's office in Scotch Plains with pain. He put me on the chiropractic table and within seconds identified the source of the problem - my feet/ankles/calves were causing a problem and my hips were completely out of whack. After a few adjustments, I hopped off the table and immediately felt better. My treatment lasted several weeks (not months!) and within that time, I was no longer feeling pain. Dr. C?s background (mechanical engineering) makes him an excellent chiropractor because he understands the mechanics of the human form. What may manifest itself as a shoulder problem is most likely the expression of something else. Dr. C works to find the source of the issue and treat the source ? not just the symptoms.   I?ve trained for/completed several sprint triathlons and a half marathon while under Dr. C?s care. I?m a 40 yr old woman who is currently training for another half in Feb. and someone who has been to her fair share of chiropractors. In short, Dr. C is the best.
    - Cristina B.
  • A
    They are very knowledgeable.  They staff is very friendly.  I would use this provider again in the future.
    - Jeff R.
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    Denville Medical & Sports Rehab Center
    I was impressed with the operation of this office in that they do it all as far as your physical health is concerned. They are truly a one stop shop for chiropractic issues and rehab. My back thanks them for doing a fine job. I had to return numerous times to fix a nagging issue in my lower back but after my therapy was concluded, I felt nearly normal again.
    - Thomas G.
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    Stephen Nicholas MD
    Everything occurred smoothly as Dr. Nicholas indicated it would.  In addition, the staff on the day of the surgery was great.  The process also included equipment at home to help in the post-surgical rehabilition.  This was not expected since that was not offered nor available from another provider we consulted previously for the same procedure.  My son is well on his way to a full recovery, thanks to Dr. Nicholas and his staff.
    - Lloyd T.
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    Robinson, Dr. Michael
    You can go there for little things or I have even gone for carpal tunnel surgery. You can go for anything. It's a friendly environment. They have 11 doctors there and a lot of them are renown.
    - Sandra C.
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