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On November 6, Hospital for Special Surgery and the S.L.E. Lupus Foundation hosted a Facebook chat on Lupus and General Health. Participants asked many questions, but our room full of … More…

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Undergoing surgery can become a stressful time in someone‚Äôs life. Before physically preparing for surgery, you will need to prepare by selecting a hospital and surgeon to perform the surgery. … More…


HSS Bone Quiz

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In the spirit of Halloween, we’ve made a quiz dedicated to bones! How many do you think you can answer correctly? 1. The human skeleton is made up of 206 … More…

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A breakthrough in imaging technology developed at Hospital for Special Surgery in collaboration with GE Healthcare and Stanford University now allows doctors to better diagnose metal implant complications, in some … More…

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Mrs. Johnson, 45 years old, has been under care of Dr. X for many years for a nonspecific autoimmune disease. In addition to the relentless physical symptoms of her condition … More…

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April 15, 2014 at 4:57 pm

Anjie was born with a number of challenging conditions, including bilateral PFFD- a birth defect affecting the pelvis- and a left club foot. She came to HSS when she was a baby and received treatment from a team of professionals including Dr. Daniel Green and Dr. Roger Widmann, HSS Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeons, and Glenn Garrison, Director of Prosthetics & Orthotics. Anjie began intensive physical therapy when she was only 1, and started working with Magdalena Oledzka as her primary therapist 6 years ago. Now at 13, she has a better prosthetic fit, decreased pain and was even able to walk down the aisle as a bridesmaid in her sister's wedding! We're very proud of her! #transformationtuesday #pediatrics #orthopedics #HSS

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