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

Throwing athletes are among the highest demand athletes when it comes to shoulder function and injuries, and thus finding the best care for a throwing injury is critical. A thrower can injure their labrum, rotator cuff, biceps or shoulder muscles. It is critical to have any pain or limitation evaluated to ensure the athlete maintains and maximizes their performance level.

Dr. Cagle has taken care of high-level throwers and understands the demands of an in-season, pre-season and post-season athlete. He recognizes the goal is to get the athlete back to their performance level as quickly as possible. He uses a variety of non-operative and operative techniques to help each athlete return to throwing. This includes progressive return to sport therapy plans with physical therapists who have experience treating throwing athletes.

Each throwing athlete should carefully consider how they choose the best doctor for a throwing injury in New York and Brooklyn, and they should understand the common injuries that can occur.  If you believe you have sustained an injury, an urgent consultation may provide the assistance needed to optimize recovery.


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