Geneva, NY (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
Finger Lakes Bone and Joint Center, located at 875 Pre-Emption Road in Geneva, N.Y., has expanded its practice to now offer the convenience of immediate orthopedic care for all acute injuries, including sport and work injuries, or fractures. No appointment is necessary and X-rays are available on-site.
When an unplanned injury occurs, it is recommended that it be treated as soon as possible. Waiting in an emergency room may take some time, and patients who are seen more quickly typically see a faster recovery process and return to activity. Also, the patients are seen by orthopedic specialists rather than general doctors.
Fractures occur when a force applied to a bone is greater than the force the bone can absorb. Bones are weakest when twisted. Breaks and fractures can happen from falls or as a result of a direct blow to the body.
Finger Lakes Bone and Joint Center’s goal in sports injuries is to help athletes return to action as safely and as soon as possible. Inadequate healing time puts them at risk of being injured again, which may mean even more time away.
Injuries at work account for a large number of knee, shoulder, ankle problems, and carpal tunnel cases each year. Early diagnosis and treatment from an orthopedic specialist can make the difference between recovery, and suffering a permanent injury.
Finger Lakes Bone and Joint Center is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays, and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. For more information about the practice, call 315-789-5061, or visit its website at http://www.fingerlakesorthopedics.com.
About the Company:
Finger Lakes Bone and Joint Center, is the premier orthopedic care facility throughout the Finger Lakes region of New York State. Their reputation around the area has grown into the most respected orthopedic center in the region. For years, their neighbors in Geneva and the surrounding area have put their trust in Finger Lakes Bone and Join Center. They pledge to continue the tradition of excellent patient care by providing the latest medical technologies, education, and compassion that patients deserve and have come to expect from them. In addition, they were the first practice in the Finger Lakes to use computer-assisted total joint surgery. Other treatments include medication, physical therapy, and surgery, including arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgery.