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  • SOS MD blog Shoulder Pain from an Orthopedic Surgeon Prospective

    SOS MD blog Shoulder Pain from an Orthopedic Surgeon Prospective

    The shoulder has the greatest motion of any joint in the body. This motion puts extreme stress on the joint, tendons, and muscles that stabilize the shoulder. Dr. Ryan Smart, SOS Shoulder and Sports Medicine Specialist, discusses keeping your shoulders working properly and pain free.

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  • Todd C. Battaglia, MD, MS

    SOS’ Dr. Battaglia Named Chief of Orthopedics at Crouse Health

    Todd C. Battaglia, MD, MS, head of the Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists Sports Medicine Team and the SOS Cartilage Center, as well as the lead orthopedist for the Syracuse University football team, has recently been named Chief of Orthopedics at Crouse Health.

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  • Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists

    SOS 2020 Thanksgiving Hours

    NOVEMBER 26 SOS – CLOSED SOS O & ST – CLOSED SOS PLUS – CLOSED NOVEMBER 27 SOS – CLOSED SOS O & ST – CLOSED SOS PLUS – OPEN (10:00AM-2:00PM - DEWITT) NOVEMBER 28 SOS – CLOSED SOS O & ST – CLOSED SOS PLUS – OPEN (10:00AM-2:00PM - DEWITT) NOVEMBER 29 SOS – CLOSED SOS O & ST – CLOSED SOS PLUS – OPEN (10:00AM-2:00PM - DEWITT) NOVEMBER 30 SOS – OPEN SOS O & ST – OPEN SOS PLUS – OPEN (5:00-8:30PM - DEWITT)

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  • Foot and Ankle Team

    SOS Foot + Ankle Team Featured in MDNews Magazine

    Naven Duggal, MD Christopher Fatti, DPM Stephanie Hook, DPM Maureen Kaljeskie, C. Ped Frederick Lemley, MD Feet are something most of us take for granted once we learn to walk — until the pain starts. If patients stand all day at their jobs, run dozens of miles every week or wear too-high heels for long periods of time, foot or ankle pain eventually creeps up on them. While many minor injuries can be fixed with time and rest, more serious injuries require expert help. That’s where

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  • SOS Foot + Ankle Team Featured in MDNews Magazine

    SOS Foot + Ankle Team Featured in MDNews Magazine

    Feet are something most of us take for granted once we learn to walk — until the pain starts. If patients stand all day at their jobs, run dozens of miles every week or wear too-high heels for long periods of time, foot or ankle pain eventually creeps up on them. While many minor injuries can be fixed with time and rest, more serious injuries require expert help. That’s where the foot and ankle team at Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS) comes in. The team of surgeons, podiatrists, physician

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