• 23 APR 18
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    What Does A Pain Management Doctor Do?

    What Does A Pain Management Doctor Do?

    With the help of our physiatrist in Suffolk County, Dr. Rai, you will not have to live in constant fear of how significantly your chronic pain will affect your ability to succeed on a day-to-day basis. Physiatrists, also sometimes referred to as pain management doctors are those who specialize in diagnosing the root cause of

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    • 21 MAR 18
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    Types Of Prosthetics

    Types Of Prosthetics

    Losing a limb is a terrible, tragic experience for anyone who faces this, both physically and mentally. But there is help. At Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation of Long Island, our limb loss doctor in Suffolk County can inform you of the different types of prosthetics to help you find one that is right for you.

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    • 13 MAR 18
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    Peripheral Arterial Disease and Limb Loss

    Peripheral Arterial Disease and Limb Loss

    Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a condition in which the peripheral arteries to the legs, stomach, arms, and head are greatly narrowed, resulting in poor circulation. This disease affects countless Americans and can have devastating effects if not treated properly. If left untreated gangrene can accor. Gangrene refers to the dead tissue resulting from a

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    • 09 FEB 18
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    Wound Care for Amputees on Long Island

    Wound Care for Amputees on Long Island

    After surgery, it is very important to care for your wound and maintenance of the residual limb. Any opened wound is vulnerable to infection. It is vital to prevent this from happening because an infection could lead to further complications, a second surgery, and in some cases death. The best way to prevent an infection

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