Mineola, NY physical therapy practice Action Sports Medicine announced the expansion of its pain management and treatments for athletes and sportspeople. The practice offers noninvasive and minimally invasive nonsurgical pain and injury therapies.
More information about Action Sports Medicine is available at http://www.actionsportsmedicine.com
According to a perspective published in the British Journal of sports medicine as part of the International Sports Science & Sports Medicine Conference, elite athletes use a combination of pharmacological and non-pharmacological pain management therapies. The report emphasizes patient-therapist coordination and the skill of the therapist as key factors contributing to the overall effectiveness of the treatment.
The Nassau County physical therapy center emphasizes the need for affordable high-quality injury rehabilitation and pain management for amateur sportspeople and patients suffering from chronic pain. The practice offers patients a combination of conventional and alternative therapies including Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, physical therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic treatments, minimally invasive joint injections, arthroscopy, and other treatments.
Action Sports Medicine offers rehabilitative treatments for pain in all major and minor joints, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, stenosis, accident-related injuries, and work injuries. The practice accepts Medicare and all major insurance plans including No-fault and Workers' Compensation policies.
Shon Butani, office manager of the Long Island sports medicine practice noted, "Holistic pain management and injury care therapies form an essential part of a professional athlete's overall physical care program. We believe that these treatments and therapies not only help athletes manage and remedy ongoing medical conditions to help them improve and maintain their game performance, they help all of us get through ."
Action Sports Medicine is a sports medicine and pain management therapy center with offices in Mineola, Rockville Center, Copiague, and Richmond Hill. The practice is headed by Dr. Sunil Butani a general and orthopedic surgeon and Dr. Timur Yasin, a specialist in pain management & physical medicine, and rehabilitation. Since 2001, the practice has specialized in pain relief and management therapies for patients in Long Island and Queens. More information is available over the phone at 516-747-5042 and at the URL above.
For more information, visit: http://www.actionsportsmedicine.com