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I was made member of AANA

AANA is leading advancement, driving research and developing cutting-edge education to support the arthroscopy specialty. The AANA membership promotes, encourages, supports and fosters the development and dissemination of knowledge of arthroscopic surgery to improve upon the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries of the musculo-skeletal system.

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I was made member of FAAOS

The FAAOS designation can only be used by Academy members who are Active Fellow and Emeritus Fellow Members who have been certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS), American Osteopathic Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (AOBOS) or Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC).

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Best orthopedic surgeon in queens 3 years in a row

The Best of the Boro program has grown to be a coveted award for Queens’ best businesses. Hundreds of businesses are nominated and thousands of the public vote each year. There will only be one first place winner in each category crowned BEST OF THE BORO. I was honored and humbled to win this prestigious award three years in a row.

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burnfat

Burning calories and burning fat are not the same thing. Calories from carbohydrates are burned first during a workout, because they are the most readily available form of energy. If those calories go unused, they get stored in fat cells. It takes more effort for the body to muster up stored fat to fuel workouts, meaning the metabolism is really put to work. Fitness lore also says stored body fat is most effectively burned during low-intensity workouts, because they give your body more time and energy to access the stored fat, process it, and burn it up. (High-intensity workouts use calories from carbs first.)

Read more: New Study Reveals The One Way To Burn The Most Fat During Your Workout