About Our Practice

Park Avenue Trauma is a trauma injury care medical facility in Brooklyn, New York, that is dedicated to giving patients throughout all five boroughs the care they deserve. We provide medical treatment exclusively to all patients who have sustained trauma and injuries resulting from work-related accidents, car accidents, or any other causes.

What We Do


“Trauma” is the medical term for injury, and Park Avenue Trauma is a facility and group of physicians whose entire mission is the optimal diagnosis and treatment of the broad range of injuries sustained by our patients. We assist patients suffering from job-related injuries, i.e. New York State Workers’ Compensation, as well as those who have experienced other causes of injury, such as slip-and-fall injuries or car accidents (New York State No-Fault).

Our Mission Statement


Our mission is to provide the most complete and comprehensive care for our patients, ensuring that they get the best possible care for their injuries. Our well-trained staff of medical doctors, physical therapists, and administrative personnel is committed to helping our patients in all their medical requirements for as long as they are needed.

The Evaluation and Staffing Difference

After the initial examination by Dr. Hedrych, the immediate availability of a staff of highly qualified specialist physicians and other credentialed medical staff make it possible to continue the evaluation and treatment process without interruption.

 

This Staff Includes Board Certified:
  • Orthopedic Surgeon who in particular treats injuries of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, and ankle performing procedures which include injections or surgery if needed.
  • Neurologist who performs EMG/NCV & SSEP studies to determine if muscles and nerves are working properly. This is done if symptoms of shooting pain, numbness, tingling, or muscle weakness occur.
  • Pain Management Specialist, who treats very painful conditions especially of the neck and back with specialized medicines or advanced procedures which may involve various types of injections or even microdiscectomy.

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Diagnostic Services


To insure correct and complete evaluations for your condition, Park Avenue Trauma Associates has access to the full range of contemporary, cutting-edge diagnostic equipment and skilled/experienced medical staff, to assess the results and make an informed clinical diagnosis.

This Includes:

  • Electrodiagnostic testing performed on the premises including EMG/NCV and SSEP studies.
  • MRI and CT scans performed at a nearby location and read by a board-certified Neuroradiologist.
  • Complete in-house x-ray capabilities.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Workers' Compensation insurance actually cover?
Workers' Compensation insurance covers medical expenses and lost wages for employees who are injured or become ill as a result of their job.
What does No-Fault insurance actually cover?
No-Fault insurance covers medical expenses for individuals who are injured in a car accident, regardless of who was at fault.
What should I expect and what should I bring to my first evaluation by the doctor for a Workers' Compensation (WC) or for a No-Fault (NF) case?
During your first evaluation, the doctor will assess your injury and ask questions about your medical history. You should bring any relevant medical records and a list of any medications you are currently taking.
What should I do as soon as possible after I sustain a work-related injury?
Report the injury to your employer as soon as possible and seek medical attention if necessary. You should also file a claim for Workers' Compensation benefits as soon as possible.
How can I transfer my Workers' Compensation or No-Fault injury treatment from another facility to your facility?
You can contact our facility and provide us with the necessary information and authorization to transfer your treatment. Our staff will assist you in coordinating the transfer of your medical records and ensuring a smooth transition of care.
What types of cases of work-related illness do you not treat?
We do not treat cases of work-related illness that are not related to physical injuries, such as mental health conditions or occupational diseases.
Do you treat hernias?
Yes! We do treat hernias that are related to work-related injuries or car accidents covered by Workers' Compensation or No-Fault insurance.
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