How does Doctor Segreto evaluate injured patients?

In our daily lives injuries can come from all sorts of places, whether they happen at a patient’s place of work, at home, during travels or exercise and sports. Theses injuries and the pains they cause damage the patient’s health, and hinder them from pursuing their daily lives to the fullest. Common area’s of injury our physician treats are shoulder injuries, back injuries, hip injuries, knee injuries and wrist injuries.

Doctor Segreto evaluates patients on a first checkup to determine the source of pain a patient is feeling. The next course of action is identifying injuries whether that be via onsite X-ray or MRI technology if either option is necessary, and following up with a plan to diagnosis and treat the prospective injury. Some injuries may require a slightly different course of action, all of which is perfectly normal and common in the medical profession. Doctor Segreto does his physical evaluations of the patients at his primary Ronkonkoma location, and other satellite offices throughout Long Island.

Providing excellent patient care and a proper treatment plan are what the doctor will focus on with each patient visiting. Below you can find listed some more common injuries that Doctor Segreto sees in his patients.

There are many different diagnosis’ that fall underneath shoulder pain which include but are not limited to:

  • Muscular tears (rhomboid muscle)
  • Bicep tendon tears
  • Rotatory Cuff tears
  • Shoulder Impingement
  • Arthritis
  • Tendon tears or inflammation (bursitis & tendinitis)
    • Fractures (scapula, humerus, clavicle)

Common Causes of knee pain include but are not limited to:

  • Muscular tears
  • Tendon tears or inflammation (bursitis & tendinitis)
  • Knee dislocation
  • torn ACL, torn MCL, torn PCL
  • arthritis
  • patella fracture

All of these injuries are very common and treatable by today’s medical care methods and technology. Further consultation with our surgeon would be required to identify the probable cause for any individual’s unique case.

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