Category: Orthopedics

2.27 Blog

Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Physician-Scientist Career Development Award Program- Part II Research to Develop Non-Invasive Spine Fusion We will post a series of blogs which will discuss specific research projects … More…


Ask the Expert: Avascular Necrosis

by Dr. Charles Cornell
2.26 Blog

In this week’s edition of Ask the Expert, Dr. Charles Cornell, Orthopedic Surgeon, answers questions in relation to avascular necrosis. Q1. What is avascular necrosis? Avascular necrosis (AVN) is a … More…

2.21 Blog

If you’re following the hockey teams competing at the Olympics this year, you may be hearing a lot about groin injuries. The prevalence of groin injuries in hockey players has … More…


Revision ACL Reconstruction

by Dr. Robert Marx
2.12 Blog

One of the most common knee injuries is a torn ligament, and the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the one we often read about in the sports pages. Athletes who … More…

2.5 Blog

On Monday, January 27, New York Road Runners hosted a live Facebook chat with HSS physiatrist Dr. James Wyss to talk about injury prevention when training for a half marathon. … 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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