Orthopedist in Nassau County

If you have unexplained shoulder pain that has been gradually getting worse, then you may be experiencing frozen shoulder. Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that affects your shoulder joint, causing pain and stiffness. It is caused by the thickening and tightening of the shoulder capsule, the tissue that surrounds your shoulder joint. Scar tissue forms over time, limiting your body’s natural production of synovial fluid used for joint lubrication. This causes limited motion and stiffness which can disrupt everyday activities that involve shoulder movement. An orthopedist in Nassau County at Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation can provide you with the right treatment plan based on the cause of your frozen shoulder as well as your bodily condition.

Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a condition that causes aching pain and irritation throughout the knee. Also referred to as runner's knee, PFPS usually affects the young, athletic, and the constantly active.PFPS is usually caused by overuse. Activities that involve running, jumping, and squatting put intense pressure on the knee, which can eventually cause damage. Other causes of PFPS include direct injuries to the knee, abruptly changes in the frequency of exercise, and misalignment of the knee joint. Those affected by patellofemoral pain syndrome, usually experience feelings of dull or aching pain in the knee. This pain will become worse when taking part in physical activities that require the knee to bend. This includes walking up and down stairs, sitting, or kneeling for extended periods of time, and going up or down hills.

Like many patients we see, you have gotten to the point where managing your hip pain through orthopedic exercise, concentrated rest periods, ice and heat packs, and anti-inflammatory medication simply is not enough anymore, so you have begun to consider hip replacement surgery--the right path toward a happier, healthier life.  Make an appointment with us at Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation, PC, where a fully qualified orthopedist in Valley Stream will take care of them for you.

If you are an athlete you have probably torn or know someone who has torn their meniscus. Understanding more about the meniscus and common causes for injury, you can potentially prevent it from happening to you. At Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation, our Wantagh orthopedist, Dr. Stanislav Avshalumov can treat a wide variety of injuries including meniscus tears. 

Conditions such as arthritic joints or tendon and ligament injuries can be a major life hurdle. Not only do these health issues often need extensive treatment, but the recovery periods can also be lengthy. One cutting-edge solution that many people are beginning to request is platelet-rich plasma, or PRP. If you are seeking platelet-rich plasma in Wantagh, we here at Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation can help you!

Back pain, arthritic hips and knees, stiff neck muscles, and sports injuries are just a few of the conditions that our orthopedist in Wantagh encounter. Our trained specialists are committed to providing the proper diagnosis, treatment, prevention, as well as the restoration of conditions, diseases, and injuries of the body’s musculoskeletal system.

ACL injuries, or Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries, are a common knee injury that mainly affects athletes who compete in high demand sports such as football, soccer, tennis, or basketball. ACL injuries are extremely painful and can cause future complications to your knee if not treated properly, such as osteoarthritis. Our orthopedist in Wantagh can help to make sure you get the right treatment in order to start doing what you love again.

Ankle injuries can occur to anyone at any age. They are more commonly seen in athletes, although, you do not have to be an athlete to injure your ankle. We are constantly on our feet whether it be standing, walking, or running. One wrong movement can cause an injury. Our orthopedist in Wantagh, Dr. Stanislav Avshalumov offers several treatment options including minimally invasive surgery in order to get you back on your feet pain-free.