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Recent Sports Medicine Reviews in Oyster Bay

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    Bridgewater Medical Group
    Too much to put here in detail but basically I had a procedure done on my knees and shoulder for a torn miniscus and rotator cuff. Couldn't be happier with the follow up and results.
    - STEPHEN L.
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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.
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    William Unis MD
    I have been pain-free since that time. Dr. Unis has vast experience and makes each patient feel special. He is extremely friendly and very competent and I will continue to use him. On the negative side, the two front desk staff (receptionist and office manager) could be more patient-oriented. They make patients wait while they are chatting - these conversations could wait until no one is standing on line waiting to check in. On one occasion, when I was in a lot of pain and was near Dr. Unis' office, I walked in to see if I could be seen (being it was a holiday coming up), and was admonished by the office manager, who informed me that I was never to walk in again - I should call. This wasn't said nicely and she treated me as though I was a first-grader.
    - Marguerite O.
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    Dines, Dr. David M
    My initial contact with Dr. Dine's office was to discover if he accepted FECA, i.e., Federal Employee Workers Comp, which he did. I was given an appointment within one week's time and I met this youthful, energetic and very personable doctor. The only sure way to repair my rotator cuff injury and eliminate my pain was through surgery I learned, and the Doctor was very confident of good results even after taking into account my age of 63 and signs of arthritis in my injured shoulder. From then on the rest is all history, as they say. Without undue delay the surgery was performed on November 19, 2010 at the Hospital for Special Surgery in NYC, which by the way is the cleanest hospital I have ever seen. My Doctor was assisted by a staff of the most professional, astute medical professionals I have ever witnessed. As they put me under, I rested easy knowing that I had placed myself in the hands of the best of the best. So here I am now, almost 10 months after my rotator cuff repair, been back at work since Feb of 2011 and back on full-duty as of June of 2011. As I write this report on this September day of 2011 I can honestly say that unless I remind myself, I am not aware that I ever had an injury to my shoulder at all. When standing before a mirror the small scars on my shoulder never catch my eye unless I look for them. Also, I have no pain upon lifting, reaching, sleeping on the surgery side or taking knocks to that once injured shoulder in the performance my job. I have full range of motion without a glitch or a hitch. Arthritis in the shoulder? Can't prove it by me. The Doctor and quot;cleaned-upand quot; my damaged shoulder and in so doing had to go far beyond simply repairing a torn rotator cuff tendon as the shoulder had more damage than the MRI revealed since it was taken in Feb of 2010 and the surgery performed 8 months later. Of course, I received Physical Therapy for many months after this surgery. All the while Dr. Dines followed my progress and periodically examined my shoulder and was always ready to answer my questions and allay my fear of ever being able to return to full functionality. Of no lesser importance to my full recovery was the exceptional care I received from my physical therapist at Queens Physical Therapy Associates (another report to follow) who worked in close co-ordination with Dr. Dines to painstakingly nurse me back to health. Thank you one and all! Others on my job who have had this exact injury repaired by other surgeons tell me they are still experiencing pain long after the surgery was performed. U.S. Transportation Security Officer Jim N., Kew Gardens, New York.
    - James N.
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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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    Rauschenbach, Dr. Kenneth K.
    He performed a total knee replacement on me in December.  I had excellent result.  I could not be more pleased with him.  I would recommend him to anyone in need of orthopedic care.
    - Virginia C.
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    Silberman, Dr. Marc R.
    For emergency saw me same day. He is awesome. He is an athlete and runs iron man and marathons. He does performance testing for sports people although I am not one of them. He did not keep me waiting and is not arrogant like many orthopedic doctors. He even has a pinball machine in his waiting room to keep childen occupied.
    - WILLIAM H.
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    Matthew France MD
    After doing a thorough evaluation, I told him that I would like to try and and avoid surgery.  He put me on a plan of Physical Therapy, and after 3 months asked me to evaluate how I felt about my mobility.  He explained that if I was happy with my arm mobility, surgery wasn't necessary; however, if I wanted more mobility I would need surgery since I had reached the maximum that PT could achieve.  I opted for surgery, and the entire experience was very very successful. 
    - Janet S.
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    Steven Arsht MD
    I usually got appointments within a week of a reported medical problem.   The staff is friendly and upon admittance to the patient waiting room I noticed the wait can be from 10-20 minutes.  Dr. Arsht is very friendly/cordial and willing to answer all of my questions so that probably explains the longer waits.  My mother has used him in the past too and he's very good in explaining your ailment and always seems to suggest a course of treatment that stresses physical therapy/rest & relaxation.  Granted my injuries did not require any surgeries.
    - Jonathan T.
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    They are very knowledgeable.  They staff is very friendly.  I would use this provider again in the future.
    - Jeff R.
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