Bryan J. Nestor, MD, is an orthopaedic surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan and a faculty member on the Surgical Arthritis Service. Dr. Nestorís practice is dedicated to the surgical treatment of arthritic conditions in the adult. He has a special interest in total joint replacement of the hip, knee, shoulder, and elbow.
Adult Reconstruction of the Hip and Knee
Rheumatoid Arthritis - Hip, Knee, Elbow, Shoulder Joint Replacement
Magna Cum Laude
Alpha Sigma Nu
Alpha Omega Alpha
National Orthopaedic Surgery Fellows Foundation Research Grant
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As of May 19, 2015, Dr. Nestor reported no financial interest relationships with healthcare industry.
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Nestor BJ, Toulson CE, Backus SI, Lyman SL, Foote KL, Windsor RE, "Mini-Midvastus vs. Standard Medial Parapatellar Approach: A Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blinded Study in Patients Undergoing Bilateral Total Knee Arthroplasty," The Journal of Arthroplasty, Vol. 25, No. 6, Suppl 1, 2010.
For more publications, please see the PubMed listing.
Research Projects include:
Osteolysis: The Biological Mechanisms of Bone Loss and Implant Loosening Following Total Joint Arthroplasty
Total Elbow Design: The Role of The Anterior Flange
Opsonization of Particulate Debris with Human Serum Proteins: A Possible Role in Osteolysis
Current Research includes:
Total Elbow Replacement Design: The Influence of Humeral Component Design on Cement Mantle Stress and Strain
A Quantitative Flow Cytometric Assay of Murine Macrophage Uptake of Particulate Debris
The Role of Cell Surface Receptors in Particulate Debris Uptake by Murine Macrophages
TNF-a and IL-1 Promoter Gene Polymorphisms: Is There an Association with the Variability Host Response to Particulate Debris?