Monthly Archives: September 2011

Sep
26
2011
Whole grains, fruits, vegetables

In honor of September being “Fruits and Veggies More Matters” and “Whole Grains Month,” Meghan McKenna, a registered dietician at Hospital for Special Surgery explains whole grains from A to … More…

Sep
24
2011

Strength Training Myths & Tips

by HSS on the Move
Strength training with weights

Dr. James Wyss, Physiatrist, corrects some popular strength training myths and offers helpful tips if you’re planning on hitting the gym to get in shape or improve your strength and … More…

Sep
23
2011

Family Health & Fitness Tips

by HSS on the Move
Family bicycling

Being physically active is one of the best ways families can spend time together, have fun and stay healthy. In honor of Family Health and Fitness Day tomorrow, the HSS … More…

Sep
21
2011
Lauren Smith, Physical Therapist

Q1. What’s the safest way to get exercise as a senior? Want to make sure I stay in-shape but don’t think I can handle anything high-impact. Generally the safest way … More…

Sep
19
2011
pediatrics

What is Torticollis? Did you know that Torticollis is the third most common congenital deformity after hip dislocation and clubfoot? Magda Oledzka, Physical Therapist and Section Manager for Pediatric Rehabilitation … More…

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April 17, 2014 at 2:03 pm

Dr. David B. Levine (right), Director of Alumni Affairs and chair of the HSS Archives Committee, was appointed the new director of orthopedic surgery in 1987 under Dr. Philip D. Wilson Jr. He was assisted by Dr. Thomas P. Sculco, Surgeon-in-Chief Emeritus, as associate director. #tbt #orthopedics #hss

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