New York Sports Rehab Pain Management Individualized Treatment Plans Announced

New York based Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation has announced it can help local patients recover from injury and manage pain with individual care plans. It aims to help people get back to peak fitness as fast as possible with cutting edge facilities.

New York, United States - April 16, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, a leading New York based rehab, physiotherapist, chiropractor and pain treatment specialist, has announced it can help local patients with its individualized care plan. The expert, highly trained team at Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation prides itself on its high quality service and works hard to get patients back to peak fitness faster.

More information can be found at: http://InfinitySportsMedicine.com

The site explains that, at Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, the focus is on providing patients with the best individualized, high quality and one-to-one care. This helps to ensure that each patient gets the treatment they need to manage pain, recover from injuries, and get back to feeling their best.

Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation says that the main goal of the company is to alleviate pain, correct the imbalance and improve function as quickly as possible. This makes them ideal for helping patients recover from back pain, neck pain, joint pain, sports injuries and more.

One of the things that separates the treatment options at Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation from the other physical therapists and pain treatment specialists in New York is the focus of its care. The team concentrates its efforts on treating the whole person, not just the pain.

With a multidisciplinary approach, and a mix of medical doctors, physical therapists, and chiropractors in New York, the team can help patients feel their best. They can also help them manage and recover from chronic pain in the muscles and joints.

At the team’s state of the art facility, patients can get treatment for sports and dance injuries, including tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, stingers, rotator cuff tears, shoulder injuries, stress fractures, ligament sprains, and more.

They can also get expert, individual care and attention for neck and head injuries, shoulder injuries, hip injuries, arthritis, mid back injuries, elbow injuries, knee injuries, wrist and hand injuries, and fibromyalgia.

More information on the services provided by the New York based pain management and injury rehab specialists can be found on the URL above. Interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided on site.

Contact Info:
Name: Stephen Kim
Organization: Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation
Address: 55 West 19th Street 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10011, United States
Phone: +1-212-488-3400

For more information, please visit http://www.InfinitySportsMedicine.com

Source: NewsNetwork

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