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Sports Medicine Physician Nancy Rolnik, MD
Dr. Rolnik has been my musculoskeletal whisperer for two years now. My job is physically demanding and I cannot afford to have any issues. When I have any inkling that something isn’t right, or when I’m in actual pain, I’ve consulted with Nancy and she gets me back on track almost IMMEDIATELY. Her evaluations are thorough, her assessments spot on and her therapy suggestions highly effective.
Personally, Dr. Rolnik is a pleasure to work with: relatable, down to earth, and sincerely caring. She is a top notch provider, but also warm human.
With utmost confidence, I have recommended Dr. Rolnik to my friends, family and my own patients. She will keep you and your loved ones in tip top shape too!!!
I have been a client of Leasa Woods for several years and she has been my health champion. I have been dealing with a several specific health issues and have seen several nutritionists through the years who basically just handed me the standard diet advice and recipes and sent me on my way. Leasa however made it her mission to get to the root of my problems through research, resources and years of experience. She customized a food plan and supplements to target my needs. She was always available for questions or concerns and ready to tweak my plan and direction as needed. Leasa is also personable and caring which makes it easy and comfortable to discuss any issues of concern with her. She’s my good health partner, champion and friend, and I highly recommend her to anyone who needs and wants to step up to good health!
As a profession, I work with physicians on a daily basis but I am patient of Dr Rolnik’s and I have to say she is the absolute best, most patient, most caring physician I have ever met! HIGHLY RECOMMEND – seriously, she is amazing and I cannot thank her enough for the taking such amazing care of me!
GO SEE HER! I would say run, don’t walk to her but if you need to see her – you are very likely to be struggling with both of those things in the first place.
Dr. Rolnik has taken care of our whole family for almost 5 years. I trust her advice. I am most thankful for the treatment and ongoing consult she provides to my young 10 year old athlete. She is thorough and realistic. She asks the right questions and listens.She always takes time to explain the issues, give clear guidance on how to get better, and prevent injuries.
She has helped tremendously with giving tools to fix injuries and prevent them. We love Dr. Rolnik!
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Knee pain is one of the most common problem for athletes and non-athletes alike. Pain can stem from an acute injury while playing sports (ACL tear, MCL or LCL sprain, patellar or quadriceps...
Ankle and foot pain
Participating in sports like tennis, lacrosse, football, basketball or other cutting sports can increase the risk of having an ankle sprain or other lower extremity injury. When an acute injury occurs that limits walking...
Shoulder pain affects thousands of athletes yearly. Swimmers and throwers tend to develop overuse injuries such as impingement, bursitis or tendonitis. Falls in football, soccer or basketball...
Elbow pain often is caused by overuse such as too much lifting, hitting, throwing or swinging. Though some are traumatic injuries like having a biceps tendon rupture or fracture due to a fall...
Hand and Wrist Pain
Hand and wrist pain can be very debilitating for many athletes and aging individuals. Arthritis, tendonitis, fractures and sprains are the most common hand and wrist pain sources...
Back and Neck Pain
Back and neck pain plague nearly everyone at some time in their lives. Pain is often worsened with poor daily habits and mechanics. At Remedy Sports and Regenerative Medicine we strive to determine...
Sprains and Strains
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