FREEHOLD, N.J., Dec. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AOSMI, a medical practice offering a wide variety of orthopedic services, lists pain diagnosis and management as a top New Year's resolution for orthopedic health. Pain and stiffness frequently prevent individuals from living their lives to the fullest. To start on the road to relief, an assessment must first be conducted to develop a treatment plan that will rehabilitate the patient based on his or her individual needs.
Michael J. Greller, MD, FAAOS, a well-known medical professional and board certified orthopedic surgeon, assists patients with his expertise in the assessment of pain in conjunction with the services offered at AOSMI. All services are aimed toward integrative wellness. Regarding his goals as a physician, Dr. Greller adds: "My main purpose is to assist patients in recovering and returning to everyday activities as quickly as possible and to increase their overall sense of well-being through use of the services offered at Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute."
Physical therapy at the onsite sports injury rehabilitation center is used to enhance the livelihood of individuals in resolving and managing pain. Common conditions treated include:
- Sports conditioning for injury prevention
- Onsite Occupational Therapists for hand and wrist injuries
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Joint injuries
- Disorders of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems
By working with the medical staff, physical therapists develop a customized program that will help better the lives of individuals in need of relief. Pain assessment, conducted by the certified staff at AOSMI, is used to diagnose the source of the discomfort and develop a plan so that patients are better able to manage their pain through rehabilitation.
Cartilage restoration, surgery and joint replacement are also popular techniques used to restore orthopedic health. Pain management may also include the use of epidurals, facet joint and PSIS injections, and neurostimulation therapy. From the use of various techniques, pain management can bring patients to better orthopedic health in 2017.
To learn more about pain management and the benefits of specific techniques to create lasting orthopedic health for the new year, prospective patients can visit their website, or call 732-720-2555 to make an appointment. The practice is also active on social media, including Facebook and Twitter. You can also find valuable orthopedic health information on AOSMI's blog.
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