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Long Island Orthopedic Surgeons | Central Orthopedic Group - Long Island's top orthopedic specialists and surgeons. Our specialities include general orthopedics, hand surgery, injections/aspirations, sports medicine and more.

  • Patient Education | Central Orthopedic Group - Discover the various types of treatments we provide and learn helpful insights for your orthopedic health.
  • Pain Management | Central Orthopedic Group - Central Orthopedic Group of Long Island provides surgical and non-surgical pain management treatments. Our pain management treatments include physical therapy, injections, surgery and more.
  • What A Pain In The Neck! | Central Orthopedic Group - 5 easy exercises to solve that stiff neck problem! Easy stretches and exercises that are a simple way to loosen up those neck muscles.
  • Ankles: From Sprains to Surgeries | Central Orthopedic Group - Are you aware of the different types of ankle injuries and their necessary treatments? Learn the most common healing and repair treatments from the doctors at Central Orthopedic Group.

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    City: -111.8906 Arizona, United States

  • Isabella - Fast hydration; convinced this skeptic after 3 months

    I've been using this product for 5 months now. I have dry skin and normally am dehydrated. The test for dehydration is whether my lips are chapped. Within a couple of days of starting this product, my lips were no longer chapped. Then, over the next few weeks, my skin became more hydrated. Chapstick and moisturizers became a luxury not a necessity for my skin.

  • Aaron - These command strips are my new best friend. It's like pulling teeth to get my ...

    These command strips are my new best friend. It's like pulling teeth to get my husband to hang things and I always screw up and put holes everywhere in the walls. These are unbelievably easy to apply and if I mess up on where I put them, I can pull them off without messing up the paint or leaving holes. So far they've held the picture frames I've used them for quite well - some are pretty heavy, too. I read they're good for earthquakes, better than nails. It can be tricky to get it lined up so I actually stick the two sides together on the back of the picture and then hold the picture firmly where I want it hung. Instead of doing one first and then the other. Took me a while to figure out that trick. Pretty much done with nails from now on, haha.