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Dr.Reznik Co-authored an AAOS article entitled, “Advances in Imaging and Treatments Mitigate Long-term Effects of Frostbite”
Dr.Reznik Co-authored an AAOS article entitled, “Prevention, Early Treatment is Critical When Treating Frostbite Injuries”
Reznik Universal Shoulder Positioner
Dr. Reznik standing to the side of the shoulder positioner he developed.
Read the article "AAOS Strives to Reduce Surgical Risk with New Online Toolkit".
Watch Dr. Reznik's video on knee stiffness and mobility after meniscus surgery.
Read the article "Survival Genes and You" by Dr. Reznik to understand "Why is it genetically hard to loss weight for some people?".
Read the article "What to tell your MD and why to help reduce your risks of complications during surgery" by Dr. Reznik to learn "how to reduce your own risks before any surgery.".
Dr.Reznik joins the discussion with American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) members on his co-authored piece, "Understanding the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Orthopaedic Surgery" in the September Issue of AAOS Now.
Dr.Reznik joins the discussion with American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) members on his co-authored piece, "Debate: Are Ultrasounds Necessary for Routine Knee and Shoulder Injections in the Office?" in the July Issue of AAOS Now.
Read the article "Many People Who Get Knee Surgery Don't Need It" by Markham Heid suggesting that "physical therapy sometimes works just as well".
Dr.Reznik joins the discussion with American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) members on “Putting Yourself in Your Patients Place” in the August Issue of AAOS Now.
On Tuesday, March 14, orthopaedic surgeons showed how people of all ages and various abilities can have fun and exercise together to prevent injuries and build strong bones for life during the Communities in Motion event, an extension of the A Nation in Motion® campaign. The event—held at the Spring Valley East ...
Dr.Reznik joins the discussion with American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) members on “ Issues of Appropriateness in Patient Safety”.
Dr.Reznik shared strategies with American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) members on New Habits Can Better Serve Patients - AAOS
Read the article 'Important Conversations, before an avoidable fall'--"Ortho-pinions" By. Dr. Reznik to learn more about "fall prevention".
Dr. David Halsey, Chair, Committee Appointment Program Committee of The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) recently informed Dr. Reznik that he has been appointed to serve on the Council on Research and Quality as the Communications Cabinet liason. His appointment is a two-year term and begins March 12, 2018 concluding at the close of the Annual Meeting in 2020.
Read Dr. Reznik’s thoughts in Arthritis Today, October 2017 Magazine article entitled, “Shoulder Pain? Here’s what may be causing it-and what you can do about it.”
Written by Matthew Stevens, Dr. Reznik comments on the possible diagnoses.
Written by Susan Bloom, Dr. Reznik was interviewed about new treatments for common knee injuries.
Written by Deborah Quilter, Dr. Reznik was recently interviewed about how men can become more flexible without pain.
Listen to Dr. Reznik's video featured on the AAOS Nation in Motion website under "Ask Us" regarding recover 8 weeks post operative meniscus surgery.
Read the article "How 'Mother Nature' Helps Us Heal" written by Dr. Reznik to learn how "pain helps to signal healing process and helps protect injured limb."
Alan M. Reznik, M.D. is named once again to Connecticut Magazines "Top Docs" in Connecticut list released in April 2016. Congratulations to Dr.Reznik and all of the other doctors who join him in this honor.
Dr Reznik is interviewed on tips for coaches, athletes, and parents on start a new season of youth sports. The interview covers field conditions, equipment and a child's growth as it relates to injury prevention.
Patella dislocation in sports explained.