OrthoNY Surgical Suites has been accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC)
You toss, you turn, and you get zero sleep.
If that sounds like a regular night for you because of hip pain, you’re probably going to want some relief as soon as possible. The first course of action is to figure out the root of that pain, so here are a few things you may be experiencing, along with some tips on how to help ease the pain.
Just like many medical procedures, hearing the term “spinal fusion” can immediately cause concern and fear in someone due to the unknown. Instead of taking time to Google horror stories and cause your brain to create all sorts of scenarios, we’ve compiled a few fast facts about spinal fusion that may help ease your mind.
ALL OrthoNY Offices, including Urgent Cares, will be closed on Thursday, July 4th, in observance of Independence Day.
On Friday, July 5th, OrthoNY offices will be closed but all Urgent Cares will be open from 8-2.
Normal weekend hours resume on Saturday, July 6th.
All avid gardeners are familiar with the C-P-P of their garden every year, namely clearing, preparing, and planting. These three activities are the backbone of a good garden, but can also be hazardous to your hands.
Daniil Polishchuk, MD
Knee Pain – Educational Seminar
Wednesday, May 8 | 6 – 7 PM
Do you suffer from knee pain?
Dellis Medicine and OrthoNY invite you to a free discussion to learn more about knee pain and what treatment options are available to you, including:
- Physical Therapy
- Pain Relief Injections
Q&A session to follow | Light refreshments available
FREE. Registration required
Register online at ellismedicine.org/seminar-knee or call 518.612.2020 before May 8.
What do a painter, a basketball player, and Roger Federer all have in common? It may surprise you to learn that the answer is: they are all at risk for a rotator cuff injury, especially as they get older.
Olympic athletes, sports professionals, weekend warriors, young, old, and everything in between all use their fingers as they play, which makes finger injuries in athletes a common problem.
Dr. George Silver, Jr., elected to lead medical practice
(ALBANY, NY) – The physician leadership of OrthoNY has elected George E. Silver, Jr., MD, president of its medical practice. Dr. Silver’s three-year term officially began on January 1, 2019. He succeeds Dr. Leonard Goldstock, who served as president of OrthoNY since its formation on January 1, 2013, and for one year prior to that as president of the former Northeast Orthopaedics.
Dr. Silver is board-certified in orthopaedic surgery and specializes in injuries and arthritic conditions of the shoulder and knee, including arthroscopic soft tissue reconstruction and partial and total joint replacement. He is one of the founding members of OrthoNY, formed by the merger of Northeast Orthopaedics and Orthopaedic Associates of Saratoga in 2013, and sees patients in practice’s Saratoga office.
“I am happy to pass the presidency to George Silver,” remarked Leonard Goldstock, MD. “As one of our Saratoga physicians, he offers a unique perspective that will ultimately benefit all OrthoNY patients. Dr. Silver’s leadership will ideally complement the contributions, expertise and geographic representation of our other board members.”
CEO Julie Shaw added, “We are excited for his presidency. Dr. Silver has already demonstrated his tireless commitment to Saving Lifestyles by leading the development of OrthoNY’s ambulatory surgery center in Clifton Park, a new facility enhancing our ability to provide high quality, conveniently accessible care for our patients.”
To learn more about Dr. Silver and the rest of the OrthoNY physician leadership, visit “Our team” at www.orthoNY.com.
OrthoNY is a group of 41 physicians, 26 physician assistants and nurse practitioners, and more than 300 others Saving Lifestyles through whole orthopaedic care. The practice has ten locations in the greater Capital/Saratoga Region, including three physical therapy centers, three pain management suites and three orthopaedic urgent care sites. For more information, visit www.orthoNY.com.
The elbow is a complicated hinged joint consisting of three bones: the humerus, ulna, and radius. At the ends of these bones is a bit of cartilage, which helps the bones to slide easily against each other.