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Choose Rothman Orthopaedic Institute for Your Knee Doctor in Gramercy Park

Eric L. Grossman, M.D. January 11th, 2019

Many Things Set Us Apart: Here Are Just a Few

You’ve suffered a knee injury or developed a condition which inhibits your knee function, you know you need treatment, but where do you go? When it comes to orthopaedic care, it is important to get expert, specialized treatment. Bones and joints are complex structures and they require special expertise for optimal results.

If you are looking for a knee doctor in Gramercy Park or nearby, there is good news; Rothman Orthopaedic Institute is bringing its services to the Lower East Side to serve more patients than ever.

Why Choose Us for Your Knee Doctor in Gramercy Park?

When it comes to offering the best in orthopaedic care, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute leads the field. Our new office opening in Gramercy Park will be bringing the following specialty services to the neighborhood:

We offer a wide range of specialty orthopaedic services to meet our patients’ needs. But our care goes far beyond the number of services we offer. Keep reading to see what sets Rothman Orthopaedic Institute apart from other orthopaedic groups:

  • Specialization
    When it comes to orthopaedics, specialization is key. Every bone, joint, and ligament in the body is different. A general knowledge of orthopaedics is not sufficient to provide expert treatment for every condition. That is why our orthopaedic physicians are all highly specialized in their fields. This means that not only has your physician studied and trained extensively the body part and condition that you require treatment for, but she or he has also likely treated this particular type of injury many times before.

  • Evidence-based Treatments
    When you undergo treatment for an injury, you want to know that that treatment is going to be effective. At Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, we use evidence-based treatments which are supported by research to be effective.

  • Personalized Care
    Even when dealing with the same body part and the same injury, no two individuals will have the same experience. Every person’s body and lifestyle are different, meaning that no one treatment fits all. Our physicians understand that each patient requires individualized treatment based on their particular needs. We evaluate each case on an individual basis and make decisions on treatment alongside the patients.

  • Advanced Treatments and Innovative Technology
    As leaders in the field of orthopaedic research, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute not only has the ability to provide expert care, but also to offer the latest innovations in medical treatment. Our physicians have access to the latest technology and utilize the most advanced treatments currently available. When you receive treatment from us, you know you are getting the most effective procedures currently available.

  • Conservative Care
    While many surgeries are highly effective and low-risk, any surgery, even a minimally invasive surgery, is invasive. We explore all non-operative options before considering surgery. We also take into consideration your lifestyle and overall health to determine what is best for you. While highly active individuals and athletes may need surgery to regain optimal function, many less active people can regain normal function through non-operative treatments.

Contact Rothman Orthopaedic Institute

If you are in need of a knee doctor in Gramercy Park then the arrival of our new office in the Lower East Side may provide you with exactly the expert care you are looking for. To receive more information about Gramercy Park orthopaedic doctors or to schedule an appointment, please visit us here or contact us at 1-800-321-9999.

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