The Huntington NY Office of Robert Moriarty, MD FAAOS - Long Island Sports Medicine & Orthopedics

Whether you are a high school sports star, a 'weekend warrior' exerciser, an active retiree, a hard-working employee, or even a professional athlete - the Huntington, NY office of Robert V. Moriarty, MD, offers you a professional, caring staff; personalized care and extensive experience in orthopedic medicine. They are the name you should turn to when you are seeking orthopedic treatment to make you feel better and help you return to the physical activities that you enjoy.

Orthopedics is a specific area of medicine, dealing with illnesses and injuries of the musculoskeletal system of bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and nerves. The team at Robert V. Moriarty, MD's office offer a comprehensive array of services and orthopedic procedures to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions including athletic injuries, work injuries, fractures, arthritis, and many other orthopedic conditions.

Click Here To Learn More

  

Long Island Sports Medicine & Orthopedics - With Same-Day Appointments!

  

At the Huntington, NY office of Robert V. Moriarty, MD, their specialty in the area of orthopedic and sports medicine makes their convenient Huntington location the place people turn when they need care for conditions affecting their neck, spine, shoulders, hips, knees, foot and ankle, elbow, hand and wrist – any place at all they may be experiencing joint, muscle, tendon, or nerve pain.

They see it as their mission to provide exceptional orthopedic services through their friendly, knowledgeable, and caring staff. Utilizing their distinguished team, along with progressive treatments PLUS state-of-the-art technology, the level of care they provide their patients is second to none.

  

Sports medicine is another major focus at the practice of Robert V. Moriarty, MD. This is a branch of medicine that deals with the health and well-being of athletes.

Sports medicine is a broad field engaging in the care of athletes from many levels from recreational to professional. Sports medicine deals with a myriad of issues concerning athletes that may include the care of injuries, the prevention of injuries, rehabilitation from injuries, nutrition, training, and psychology.

If your needs are in the area of sports medicine, you'll be pleased to know that as a board certified orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Moriarty is uniquely qualified in the care of injured athletes.

Dr. Moriarty’s additional qualifications in consideration of athletic injuries also include the following:

  • Former high school varsity football and lacrosse student athlete.
  • Former Division I lacrosse player.
  • Long-term youth football and lacrosse coach.
  • Former Youth Football Commissioner.
  • Parent of children engaged in football, lacrosse, hockey, field hockey, and figure skating.
  • Parent of College Division III lacrosse captain.
  • Parent of High School All-American and Division I lacrosse player.
  • Long Island marathon participant.
  • Life-long recreational athlete engaged in tennis, running, and weight training.

Most athletes share a common desire – to return to the sport they love, whether it is golf, tennis, football, lacrosse, soccer, baseball, running, dance, sailing, hiking, hockey, or baseball. Dr. Moriarty is well rounded in the care of Athletes and will strive to get you ” back in the game”.

The office of Robert V. Moriarty, MD in Huntington, NY is even able to offer Same Day Appointments. Click through on the button below to learn more and contact them today.   

Click Here To Learn More

  

Robert Moriarty, MD in Huntington, NY - Now Offering Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

  

What is Platelet Rich plasma (PRP):

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a non-toxic, natural substance that accelerates healing. It can be used in patients with tendon, ligament, and bone injuries to stimulate tissue healing and regeneration.

The use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions has become more prevalent in recent years. Current literature has exhibited that PRP injections are relatively safe and can potentially accelerate or augment the soft tissue healing process.

PRP is produced from your own blood using a process called platelet enrichment activation. Platelets are naturally occurring cells in your blood stream that contain a variety of chemicals and growth factors that promote tissue healing and regeneration. The platelet enrichment activation process allows us to extract platelets from your blood and concentrate them to over 5 times of what a natural platelet would be. This concentrated platelet can then be delivered to your injured tissues to promote healing. Depending on the severity of injury 1-3 PRP injections may be required.

Click Here To Learn More About PRP

  

The Team at the Office of Robert V. Moriarty, MD

  

The team at the office of Robert V. Moriarty, MD consistently strives to exceed their patients’ expectations by delivering superior personalized care for the best possible outcome. If you’re interested in finding relief for your orthopedic conditions or ailments, they can help.

Their priority is to assist you in making a quick recovery with a triumphant return to an active lifestyle -- AND their individualized approach to your available treatment options enables them to help you make the absolute best decision with regards to your particular medical scenario.

Robert V. Moriarty, MD FAAOS
Orthopedist Dr. Moriarty was educated at Boston College, graduating summa cum laude and elected Phi Beta Kappa for academic excellence. His medical training followed at State University of New York where he achieved honors in medicine and surgery. Dr. Moriarty participated in a surgical internship at North Shore University Hospital, followed by a four (4) year orthopedic residency at the State University of New York where he coauthored several publications and authored a chapter in an orthopedic textbook. He received board certification from the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and is a member of the NYS Orthopedic Association, a fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. Dr. Moriarty is a former high school and Divison I college athlete who remains active in sports.

Michelle Mesh, MS, PA-C
Michelle has been a practicing physician assistant, in orthopedics, for 14 years. She is knowledgeable and professional, with expertise in managing routine to more complex musculoskeletal conditions. Michelle also has expertise in administering trigger point injections as well as injections for joints, tendons and various other orthopedic conditions. Michelle received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, where she studied exercise science in the Division of Kinesiology. She received her MS from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and completed a residency program at NYU- Hospital for Joint Diseases in their PA Orthopedic Residency Program. In her free time, Michelle enjoys going for walks, working out, watching a good movie and most importantly, spending time with her husband and two adorable little girls.

Use the button below to learn more and contact their office today!

Click Here To Learn More

  

Additional Information

Name: Robert V. Moriarty MD, Long Island Sports Medicine & Orthopedics
Address: 755 New York Avenue, Suite 250, Huntington, NY 11743.
Website: robertmoriartymd.com
Phone: 631-423-BONE (2663)