The goal of treatment at Prestige Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is to get patients back to sports, work and life, as quickly as possible and to the best of their 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. Prestige Orthopaedics have incorporated many special non-operative, operative, and post-operative techniques that will allow the patient to get better faster. These techniques also allow the patient to recover from surgery with less pain. Most of the Prestige Orthopaedics’s patients do not even take narcotics after surgery! Prestige Orthopaedics is board certified in both Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Prestige Orthopaedics treats all conditions of the entire body related to sports (including fractures) and a handful of outpatient arthroscopic surgical procedures in the shoulder and knee. Following this philosophy Prestige Orthopaedics excels in these surgeries, much like a professional athlete can be the best at his/her sport but would probably not be the world’s greatest in another sport. The main focus of the surgical part includes ACL and meniscus injuries in the knee, and labral tears, rotator cuff tears, impingement and AC joint injuries in the shoulder. If Prestige Orthopaedics feels that the patient really needs some kind of surgery not perform by the Prestige Orthopaedics’s team, Prestige Orthopaedics will help patients to see someone in the top of their field in that area as Prestige Orthopedics have developed a network of excellence in all aspects of orthopaedic surgery.
Dr. Noy quotes: “As a Johns Hopkins trained biomedical engineer, I have incorporated the engineering 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 and long term goals, as well as the big picture. This helps create a unique plan for each patient which optimizes recovery”.