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Ryan Krochak, M.D.

"Each patient is unique and so is their treatment plan. My patients receive the highest quality care with cutting-edge surgical, nonsurgical and rehabilitation techniques."
About Dr. Krochak

Ryan Krochak, M.D, is a fellowship-trained sports medicine physician, specializing in both minimally invasive and open treatment of knee and shoulder injuries. He joined Orlin & Cohen after completing his fellowship training in orthopedic sports medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA.

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Hospital Affiliations
  • Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY
  • Long Island Jewish Valley Stream, Valley Stream, NY
  • Syosset Hospital, Syosset, NY

Surgery Center Affiliations
  • Center for Advanced Medicine Surgery Center, New Hyde Park, NY
  • South Shore Ambulatory Surgery Center, Lynbrook, NY

Professional Affiliations
  • American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America

Medical Education
  • New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY

Residency
  • Orthopedic Surgery, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

Fellowships
  • Orthopedic Sports Medicine, University of Pennsylvania/Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, PA

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Matthew Abrego

Procedure

Meniscus Surgery

To Whom It May Concern, I would like to express our sincere gratitude for the exceptional care th...

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Dale Goerke

Procedure

Knee Surgery

After suffering with pain in my left knee for many months, I decided to finally get a diagnosis. Res...

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    Q:

    Why did you want to start a career in orthopedics?

    A:

    Growing up an avid sports fan, every time I watched an athlete go down I was fascinated by the nature of the injury and how it would be treated. As an athlete myself, I experienced several frightening and potentially career-ending injuries. Although painful, it was an enlightening process and I found my true passion: the human body, its regenerative abilities, and the actions and techniques doctors use to help facilitate the healing process.

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    Q:

    What's the best part of your job?

    A:

    Whether it's returning a young athlete to competition after a torn ACL or enabling an elderly person to regain their mobility, having the ability to drastically improve a patient’s quality of life by relieving their pain and restoring their function is by far the most rewarding part of my job.

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    Q:

    What do you do in your free time, when you’re not seeing patients?

    A:

    My favorite free time activity is spending time with family and friends. I also enjoy traveling, experiencing different cultures, and trying out new restaurants and cuisines.