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  • Dr. Max Greenky

    SOS Welcomes Max Greenky, MD to its Joint Replacement Team

    Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists is pleased to announce Max Greenky, MD is joining the Joint Replacement team in August. Dr. Greenky is a fellowship trained surgeon who specializes in hip and knee joint replacement. He will join his father, Seth Greenky, MD, and uncle, Brett Greenky, MD, both founding partners of SOS and joint replacement surgeons. Prior to joining SOS, Dr. Max Greenky completed a fellowship in Adult Reconstruction Surgery at Duke University Department of Orthopedic Surgery.

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  • CNY C-Suite Magazine Features SOS CEO Michael Humphrey

    CNY C-Suite Magazine Features SOS CEO Michael Humphrey

    Mike Humphrey, CEO, Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS) ; The Right Man for the Right Job at the Right Time From Humble Beginnings In the late 1990s, several individual orthopedic surgeons in the Syracuse area began seeking an opportunity to provide great quality patient care while expanding orthopedic services to the community, but not increasing overhead and administrative costs. After much dialog they decided combining their talents and resources would allow them to provide patients the

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  • SOS Fourth of July Hours

    SOS Fourth of July Hours

    SATURDAY, JULY 3 SOS PLUS – OPEN (10am-2pm) SUNDAY, JULY 4 SOS and SOS PLUS  – CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 5 SOS  – CLOSED SOS PLUS - OPEN (5pm-8:30pm)

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  • Maureen Kaljeskie, Pedorthist

    SOS Foot & Ankle Team Offers Tips for Great Fitting Footwear

    SOS Foot & Ankle Team Offers Tips for Great Fitting Footwear SOS Continues to Recognize National Foot Health Awareness Month in April East Syracuse, NY – Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS) continues to recognize National Foot Health Awareness Month this April. Members of its comprehensive foot and ankle team are using this opportunity to educate the public about the importance of healthy feet and provide tips and recommendations for foot health, including finding proper fitting footwear.

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  • TMJ Pain

    TMJ Treatment at SOS Orthopedic and Sports Therapy

    The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) acts like a sliding hinge, connecting your jawbone to your skull. You have one joint on each side of your jaw. Dysfunction can lead to pain and discomfort. Jaw pain, difficulty chewing, clicking and locking of the jaw joint are some of the symptoms. Common treatments include medications, bite guards, and physical therapy. At the Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists Orthopedic and Sports Therapy clinic at 5496 East Taft Road, George Barrett will evaluate and treat

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