Category: Orthopedics

May
18
2015
blog 5.18

Surgery can be a daunting event if you think it will be and are unprepared. While it is natural to be anxious about an upcoming surgery – here are a … More…

May
15
2015
blog 5.15

The rate of ankle and knee injuries in basketball players is high because it’s a sport that requires a lot of cutting, pivoting, jumping, and, most of all, landing in … More…

May
11
2015
5.11 Blog

Hospital for Special Surgery nurses are often described as being calm and diligent as they prepare patients for surgery. They are known to have great strength, emotionally and physically, as … More…

May
1
2015

So You Sprained Your Wrist

by Lee Rosenzweig
blog 5.1

A sprain is a stretch or partial tear of the ligament. Wrist sprains are often seen in sports that involve a lot of sliding, falling, and/or landing on your hands … More…

Apr
29
2015
Massage Of Female Feet Isolated On White Background

In this week’s installment of Ask the Expert, Dr. Mark Drakos, Orthopedic Surgeon, answers foot and ankle related questions in honor of Foot Health Awareness Month. Q1. Is it common … More…