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  • PRP Injections | AOSC

    Unlock the Healing Power of Your Body with PRP Therapy Why Choose PRP Therapy? Natural Recovery: Utilizes your own blood to accelerate healing, ensuring a natural and effective recovery process. Minimally Invasive: A simple, non-surgical procedure that offers a quicker and less painful recovery compared to traditional surgery. High Success Rate: Recent studies highlight an 80-85% success rate, with many patients experiencing significant improvement or complete recovery. Safe and Reliable: With the use of your own blood, the risk of infections and allergic reactions is minimal. The Benefits of PRP Therapy Accelerates healing for ligament and tendon injuries. Outpatient procedure with little to no discomfort. No general anesthesia required. Reduces the risk of infection and complications. Your PRP Therapy Journey Consultation: Meet with our experts to see if PRP is right for you. Blood Collection: A small sample of your blood is taken. Preparation: Your blood is processed to concentrate the healing platelets. Injection: The PRP is precisely injected into the injury site. Recovery: Post-procedure guidance and follow-up to ensure the best outcome. Post-Treatment Care Minimal downtime, with most patients resuming normal activities quickly. Follow-up care tailored to your recovery needs. Ready to Experience the Healing Power of PRP Therapy? ​ Take the first step towards a pain-free life. Contact us at 708-599-5000 to schedule your consultation today. Let's harness your body's natural healing capabilities and get you back to doing what you love. ​ ​ ​ Step-by-Step Guide to PRP Treatment Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy offers a less invasive approach compared to traditional surgery. Here's a detailed, step-by-step breakdown of the procedure: ​ Step 1: Blood Collection A small sample of blood (between 10-60ml, depending on the PRP system) is drawn from the patient's arm, similar to a routine blood test. Step 2: Preparation of PRP The collected blood is placed in a disposable container or test tube. This container is then put into a centrifuge machin e, which spins the blood to separate its components by density. ​ Step 3: Separation and Concentration After about 15 minutes of spinning, the blood components are separated. The process isolates the platelets, which play a crucial role in healing injuries. Step 4: Extraction of Platelets The concentrated platelets are extracted into a syringe, creating the platelet-rich plasma ready for injection. Step 5: Anesthetizing the Injection Site To minimize discomfort, the area around the injury may be numbed with a local anesthetic. Step 6: Accurate Injection Using advanced imaging techniques like fluoroscopy or dynamic musculoskeletal ultrasound, the doctor precisely injects the PRP into the damaged tendon area. A simple Band-Aid is applied to the injection site afterwards. Post-Injection Care Observation : Patients might stay under observation from a few minutes to half an hour post-injection. Managing Discomfort : Some discomfort or swelling at the injection site is normal and can last a few days, reflecting the body's natural healing response. Home Care Tips: Apply ice to the injected area to reduce swelling. Keep the leg elevated. Limit physical activities for a few days. Comfort measures, such as staying comfortable and possibly taking prescribed pain relief medication (note: anti-inflammatory drugs are not recommended as they can interfere with the treatment's inflammatory process). Follow-Up Patients often see improvement after the first treatment. However, a follow-up appointment is typically scheduled six to eight weeks later to assess progress and decide if additional injections are needed. Some may require up to three injections for optimal results. By following these steps, PRP therapy utilizes the body's own healing mechanisms to address patella tendinosis, offering a significant improvement or complete recovery for many patients without the need for invasive surgery. ​ ​ ​ ​

  • Home Exercise Program | AOSC

    Home Exercise Program THese exercises are for reference only -do not use these unless instructed by AOSC ANKLE STRETCHES NECK STRETCHES POST-OP KNEE POST-OP SHOULDER LUMBAR FLEXION

  • Orthopedic Surgery Instructions | AOSC

    Orthopedic Surgery Instructions Orthopedic Surgery Instructions Booklet

  • OUR SERVICES | AOSC

    OUR SERVICES & SPECIALTIES schedule appointment PHYSICAL THERAPY SPORTS INJURIES WIDE BORE MRI SERVICES WORKERS' COMP INJURIES X-RAY SERVICES FOOT & ANKLE DISORDERS SPINE & BACK DISORDERS SHOULDER DISORDERS FRACTURE CARE HIP & KNEE DISORDERS

  • Foot & Ankle Disorders | AOSC

    Foot and ankle DISORDERS ​ COMMON CAUSES OF FOOT PAIN Diabetic foot Flat feet Lisfranc injury Metatarsalgia Stress fracture Broken heel bone (calcaneus) Heel pain Plantar fasciitis Plantar fibroma and fibromatosis ​ COMMON CAUSES OF ANKLE PAIN Achilles tendinitis and tendinosis Broken ankle Sprained ankle High ankle sprain Osteochondral lesion Chronic lateral ankle pain Osteoarthritis Ligament tear schedule appointment

  • X-Ray Services | AOSC

    X-RAY SERVICES X-rays, also called radiographs, are the oldest and one of the most common and widely available diagnostic imaging techniques in medicine. Even if you need more sophisticated tests, you will probably get an X-ray first. An X-ray involves exposing a part of the body to a small dose of ionizing radiation to produce pictures of the inside of the body. A bone X-ray makes images of any bone in the body, including the hand, wrist, arm, foot, ankle, knee, leg, or spine. At Advanced Orthopedic & Spine Care, our team of highly skilled professionals use state-of-the-art technology to take, read, diagnose, and treat your orthopedic issues. We’re a one-stop shop for all your diagnostic-imaging needs. schedule appointment

  • Hip & Knee Disorders | AOSC

    HIP & KNEE DISORDERS Knee injuries can happen suddenly, whether in a fall, or from wear and tear from everyday movement and activity. When injuries occur, the knee’s ability to function is disrupted, impacting the intricate workings of bones, muscles, ligaments and other structures. Treatments for knee problems range from physical therapy to medications to surgery, all of which can be done with our medical professionals after diagnosis from one of our doctors. ​ COMMON CAUSES OF HIP PAIN Arthritis Avascular necrosis Bursitis Hip pointer ​ COMMON CAUSES OF KNEE PAIN Sprained or strained knee ligaments and/or muscles Torn cartilage Tendonitis Arthritis schedule appointment

  • Workers' Comp | AOSC

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION Advanced Orthopedic and Spine Care provides the highest quality of orthopedic care for the injured worker. Each of our specialists is experienced in treating operative and nonoperative work-related musculoskeletal injuries. At AOSC, our main focus is to expedite the patient’s safe return to work. Therefore, priority appointments are provided for injured workers. When contacting our workers’ compensation department, we ask that the following information be provided: the names of the insurance company, adjuster and case manager as well as the date of injury, claim number and employer information. After the employee is evaluated, an assessment and treatment plan will be sent to the adjuster and case manager within two business days. The patient’s work status and a summary of suggested care will be provided at the initial visit. Surgical and/or testing requests will be submitted in a timely fashion and approval for such requests should be submitted to AOSC on company letterhead. Advanced Orthopedic and Spine Care offers X-ray and MRI services on site, thus aiding in the quick diagnosis and treatment of the injured worker. ​ Independent Medical Examinations are crucial in determining an employee’s ability to return to work. With more than two decades of clinical experience, Dr. Daniel Troy provides thorough, objective reports in a timely manner. ​ Please fill out the form below to request an IME or workers’ compensation appointment with our skilled specialists today. schedule appointment

  • Fracture Care | AOSC

    FRACTURE CARE & TRAUMATIC INJURIES Orthopedic trauma is a branch of orthopedic medicine related to injuries of the bones, joints, and soft tissues following a traumatic event. At Advanced Orthopedic and Spine Care, our highly trained specialists are prepared to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries ranging in severity from simple sports-related fractures to multiple complex fractures sustained after a high-speed collision. Typically orthopedic trauma is divided into four categories: long bone fractures, fractures involving the joint, pelvic fractures, and fractures involving the hand or foot. Unfortunately, some of these injuries may not heal properly without surgical intervention. Our team of skilled surgeons will provide the most comprehensive care helping to facilitate the patient’s full and rapid recovery. schedule appointment LOWER EXTREMITIES Humerus fracture Elbow fracture Olecranon fracture Ulna fracture Radius fracture Forearm fracture COMPLEX FRACTURES Non-Union Malunion Infection, aka Osteomyelitis Geriatric/Fragility Fracture Pediatric fracture with involvement of the growth plate UPPER EXTREMITIES Acetabular fracture Ankle fracture Avulsion fracture Femur fracture Fibula fracture Hip fracture Knee fracture Pelvic fracture Pilon fracture Pubic Rami fracture Tibia fracture

  • THE PRACTICE | AOSC

    THE PRACTICE At Advanced Orthopedic and Spine Care, our doctors and staff are committed to providing the highest quality of orthopedic care. In addition to compassionately treating our patients’ immediate health care needs, we strive to incorporate preventive measures within each of our treatment plans. From the moment you enter our facility, you can expect to be treated like family. ​ Respectfully serving our patients in an efficient and comprehensive manner, AOSC provides university level care right in your own backyard. We are pleased to welcome you as a patient. If you have any questions, always feel free to contact our office. Our friendly and helpful staff will be happy to assist you. Our PHYSICIANS DR. DANIEL TROY, MD Board Certified & Fellowship Trained in Multiple Orthopedic Specialties, Specializes in Spinal Surgery, Shoulders, Knees, Total Joint Replacement, Orthopedic Trauma & Fracture Care​ Dr. Troy received his undergraduate degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in electrical engineering and his medical degree from Rush Medical College. He finished his residency in orthopedic surgery at the University of Illinois at Chicago. ​ ​ Dr. Troy completed his fellowship training at the Hughston Sports Medicine Hospital in Columbus, Georgia where he focused on sports medicine injuries. He then went on to pursue further fellowship training in spinal surgery at the renowned Leatherman Spine Center in Louisville, Kentucky. ​ ​ Dr. Troy serves several academic positions instructing orthopedic residents from the University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center and Midwestern Osteopathic Orthopedic residents. He also mentors medical students, emergency medicine residents and family practice residents. ​ ​ Apart from this, Dr. Troy is involved in several research projects regarding the spine and sports injuries. ​ It should be noted that Dr. Troy is very passionate about helping patients in the workers’ compensation industry. He currently is accepting referrals for IMEs in all areas of orthopedics and can provide the diagnosis and treatment of most work-related injuries. hospital & surgical center affiliations Advocate Christ Medical Center​ Palos Community Hospital​ Center For Minimally Invasive Surgery (CMIS) HOURS Hours vary - please call the practice at 708-599-5000 to schedule an appointment EDUCATION Undergraduate: University of Illinois at Champaign​ Medical School: R ush Medical College ​Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Illinois at Chicago​ Fellowships: Hughston Sports Medicine Hospital The Renowned Leatherman Spine Center AREAS OF SPECIALTY Lumbar, Cervical & Thoracic Surgery​ Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery​ Traumatic Spinal Cord injuries​ Adult & Adolescent Scoliosis​ Artificial Disc Replacements​ Total Joint Replacement (Hip, Knee & Shoulder)​ Sports Medicine (Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Knee, Foot & Ankle)​ Arthroscopic Surgery (Shoulder, Elbow, Hip, Knee, Foot & Ankle)​ General Orthopedics​ Fracture Care SPECIAL SERVICES Workers’ Compensation Evaluations and Treatment ​ IME (Independent Medical Evaluations) Anchor 1 DR. PAUL DANIELSKY, MD Board Certified & Fellowship Trained in Adult Joint Replacement & Reconstruction Dr. Danielsky received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from Kalamazoo College and his medical degree from the University of Michigan. He completed his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Western Michigan University School of Medicine and his fellowship at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in adult reconstruction. ​ ​ Dr. Danielsky has a special interest in revision arthroplasty and is eager to help new patients through these complex procedures. He continues to explore opportunities to further his professional development, most recently with several fellow-level courses and an Oxford partial knee replacement course. Dr. Danielsky has extensive experience in total hip and knee arthroplasty, including robotic assisted surgery, and is MAKO certified. He is experienced in anterior hip arthroplasty, unicompartmental (partial) joint replacement, including patella-femoral replacement, and hip arthroscopy. ​ ​ Dr. Danielsky grew up in West Michigan in the Grand Rapids area. In his spare time, he enjoys being active by hiking and biking and spending time with family and friends. He also volunteers at local schools as the team physician. Dr. Danielsky is excited to meet and help new patients at Advanced Orthopedic and Spine Care. He currently is accepting workers’ compensation patients and referrals. hospital & surgical center affiliations Advocate Christ Medical Center​ Palos Community Hospital​ HOURS Hours vary - please call the practice at 708-599-5000 to schedule an appointment EDUCATION Undergraduate: Kalamazoo College​ Medical School: ​ University of Michigan Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: Western Michigan University ​ Fellowships: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Adult Reconstruction AREAS OF SPECIALTY ​Total Joint Replacement (Hip & Knee) ​ General Orthopedics ​ Fracture Care ​ Pediatric Orthopedics SPECIAL SERVICES Workers’ Compensation Evaluations and Treatment Anchor 2 DR. DANA BERNS, DPM Podiatric Surgery and Podiatric Medicine Board Certified in Foot, Ankle, and Reconstructive Rearfoot Surgery Dr. Berns joined Advanced Orthopedic and Spine Care in September 2018 as a specialist in the operative and nonoperative treatment of foot and ankle disorders. She received training in all aspects of the foot and ankle and has a special interest in diabetic foot care and education, limb salvage, wound care, sports medicine, bunion correction, ankle arthroscopy, fracture care, & complex forefoot and rearfoot reconstructive surgery. ​ Dr. Berns earned her bachelor’s degree, with honors, from Loyola University Chicago and a doctorate degree in Podiatric Medicine from the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in 2015. Dr. Berns completed a three-year surgical residency in trauma and reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle at Mercy Hospital and Medical Center in Chicago. ​ Dr. Berns believes that the best patient outcomes come from fostering a patient-doctor relationship focused on trust, and individualizing care for each patient. She is able to speak four languages (English, Russian, Polish and Spanish), which allows for stronger communication and comprehensive patient care. Dr. Berns is also an active member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. EDUCATION Doctor of Podiatric Medicine: Dr. William M. School College of Podiatric Medicine ​Residency: Mercy Hospital & Medical Center Triple Board Certification -Medicine- Foot and Ankle by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine -Surgery- Foot Surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons -Surgery- Ankle/ Reconstructive Rearfoot Surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons hospital & surgical center affiliations Advocate Christ Medical Center​ Advocate South Suburban Hospital Northwestern Palos Hospital HOURS Monday: 9am-4pm Tinley Park Office Wednesday: 10am-6pm Oak Lawn Office Thursday: 9am-4 pm Tinley Park Office Friday: 9am-12pm Tinley Park Office/Oak Lawn Office Surgery: Tuesday and Friday PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons American Podiatric Medical Association ​ American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine Illinois Podiatric Medical Association AREAS OF SPECIALTY Acute and Chronic Ankle Sprains​​ Ankle Arthroscopy​ Ligament Repair and Reconstruction of the Foot and Ankle​ Bunion and Hammer Toe Correction​ Foot and Ankle Arthritis​ Forefoot and Rearfoot Reconstructive Surgery​ Heel Pain Treatment Orthotics​ Sports Injuries Treatment​ Trauma and Fractures of the Foot and Ankle​ Limb Salvage​ Wound Care​ Diabetic Foot Care and Education SPECIAL SERVICES Workers’ Compensation Evaluations and Treatment ​ Anchor 3 DR. KHALED ALMANSOORI Board Certified & Fellowship Trained in Orthopedic Trauma and Reconstruction, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery, and Spinal Surgery Dr. Almansoori completed his first fellowship in Orthopedic Trauma and Reconstruction Surgery at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. Following this, he then pursued a Pediatric Orthopedic Fellowship with a focus on spinal and skeletal deformity care at the Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC. In order to broaden his field of expertise, he then undertook a third fellowship in Adult Spinal Surgery from the University of Calgary to incorporate more minimally invasive techniques and provide a tailored range of modern options when caring for adult and pediatric spinal and skeletal deformities. ​ Apart from his work experience, Dr. Almansoori invests a large portion of his free time to teaching, medical education, volunteer work, and clinical research. Dr. Almansoori holds a Master's degree in Health Science Education, is the Educational Development Director of the Canadian Orthopedic Association's Basic Science Course for resident-trainees, mentors medical students and residents in orthopedic care. Lastly, he serves as a peer reviewer across several medical journals and participates as a clinical instructor among several educational programs, including ATLS® and AMTLS®. hospital & surgical center affiliations Advocate Christ Medical Center​ Palos Community Hospital​ South Suburban Hospital Silver Cross Hospital FELLOWSHIP SPECIALIZATIONS Orthopedic Trauma & Reconstruction Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery Spinal Surgery AREAS OF SPECIALTY Adult & Pediatric Injuries and Fracture Care Scoliosis & Spinal Deformities Endoscopic & Microtube MIS Spine Surgery Spine & Limb Orthotic Bracing Pediatric & Adult Skeletal and Neuromuscular Deformities Revision fracture and non-union care Anchor 4

  • Patient Resources | AOSC

    Medical Records Request Patient Portal Home Exercise Program Surgery Instructions Hemovac Instructions More Instructions coming soon

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