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Choosing the best doctor for a Tennis Injury in New York and Brooklyn

Dr. Cagle was a former collegiate football player and an academic all-American scholar athlete. He has extensive personal and professional experience managing the injuries associated with competitive football. He understands that there are different demands associated with a pre-season, in-season and post-season athlete. Dr. Cagle has a personal understanding of the timing and methods available to maximize recovery, and he will work with each individual athlete to ensure a plan is created which meets their athletic and personal needs. Each athlete considers how to best choose a doctor for a football injury in New York and Brooklyn, and each patient should understand the common injuries associated with football.  Those injuries include:

  • Shoulder Dislocations
  • Fractures
  • Rotator Cuff Tears
  • AC Separations
  • Labral Tears
  • SLAP Tears
  • Tendon Rupture

If you believe you have sustained one of these injuries, an urgent consultation may provide the assistance needed to optimize recovery.

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  • Monday : 8AM - 5PM

    425 West 59th Street
    5th Floor, New York, NY 10019

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  • Wednesday : 8pM - 12PM

    300 Cadman Plaza West
    18th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201

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  • Wednesday : 1pM - 5PM

    425 West 59th Street
    5th Floor, New York, NY 10019

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  • Friday : 9AM - 1PM

    10 Union Square East
    Office 3M, New York, NY 10003

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