Knee, Knee, Knee, Knee, Knee, Shoulder, Shoulder, Shoulder, Shoulder, Shoulder
Arthroscopic Surgery, Arthroscopic Surgery, Sports Medicine, Trauma/Fractures
My approach to treating patients
The goal of treatment at Prestige Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is to get you back to sports, work and life as quickly as possible, and to the best of your ability. Many times this can be done without surgery, but sometimes it may require it. If at all possible, non-surgical techniques are always tried first. I have incorporated many special non-operative, operative, and post-operative techniques in my practice, that will allow you to get better faster and with less pain. with and without surgery. Most of my patients do not even take narcotics after surgery. As I am boarded in both Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons, I see all conditions of the entire body related to sports (including fractures) but have limited myself to only a handful of outpatient arthroscopic surgical procedures in the shoulder, knee, and ankle so that I can excell at these particular procedures. The main focus of the surgical part of my practice includes ACL and meniscus injuries in the knee, labral tears, rotator cuff tears, impingement and AC joint injuries in the shoulder, and impingement, OCD lesions and bone chips in the ankle.
As a former high level athlete, I have been on the other side of the table many times, and understand what you are going through all too well. I have used my experience not only to help you understand better what is going on and how to handle it, but to develop techniques to help you achieve your goals faster.
As a Johns Hopkins trained biomedical engineer, I have incorporated the engineer approach of problem solving to patient care. Instead of choosing treatment plans like a multiple choice test, I treat each patient as an individual, looking at short term goals, long term goals and the big picture. This helps create a unique plan for each patient which optimizes recovery.
Every patient is treated by the staff and myself with the respect and care as we would a family member. There are same day appointment slots kept open for emergencies, and we only book 2 patients each hour to give ample time for the correct diagnosis and proper treatment plan. You will never feel rushed, but you can request to be seen more quickly if you have to get to a meeting or event. I take extra-time to examine you, and then explain to you exactly what is wrong and how to treat it. All options are explored and explained so that you can easily explain it yourself once you leave. Emailed synopses are sent upon request to help you remember the details if necessary. Another website (www.PrestigeSportsMedicine.com) has article and videos to help you understand your condition and exercises. Emergency after hour, hotel and house calls, including the Hamptons during the summer months, are available upon request when possible. Our midtown office has an open mri scan and instantaneous xray machine with motion view capability on site. The mri scans often can be done at the time of your visit, and the results are sent to you the next day for discussion. You will have 24 hour personal access to Dr. Noy (cell phone 917-414-2003 and email Noy@PrestigeSportsMedicine.com), so you can always ask questions at any time. As we have an automated phone system to try to handle the high call volume, you can always text, call or email Dr. Noy directly if you do not get a response to an emergency quickly enough. While Dr. Noy takes care of many professional athletes, musicians, actors and CEO's from all over the world, every one is treated equally. In essence, every patient receives concierge and old fashioned medical care, with all the advancements of modern cutting edge orthopaedics.
We look forward to getting each of you better!
Dr. Ron Noy
Other staff in my practice
Tom - Surgical Coordinator
Elina/Lenny - MRI Techs
Rafe - Patient Concierge, Insurance Liason
Erica - back office
VGA Billing (Matt,Paul,Natalie and Liz)
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