At HSS Stamford, residents of Fairfield County, Connecticut, can easily access our world-class orthopedic specialists in a convenient location with same-day appointments available. From comprehensive orthopedic and sports medicine services to adult and pediatric rheumatology, this state-of-the-art facility provides a comfortable setting for your diagnostic exam, pre- and postoperative appointment, and ongoing treatment needs.
If surgery is necessary, many of our surgeons operate locally at Stamford Hospital as part of the HSS collaboration with Stamford Health.
Complex, constantly impacted, rugged, yet intricately balanced, feet and ankles are some of the most frequently injured areas of the body. HSS leads a multidisciplinary approach to properly diagnosis you and provide an effective treatment plan for many conditions, including:
Hospital for Special Surgery’s Hand Service is world-renowned for treating children and adults suffering from all bone and soft-tissue conditions such as tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, finger injuries, and wrist fractures.
Physicians at HSS pioneered the first modern knee replacement that was used worldwide in 1974. Today, surgeons in the Adult Reconstruction & Joint Replacement (ARJR) Division continue to lead the field in both innovation and number of hip and knee replacement surgeries performed each year.
HSS neurologists are board-certified with additional training in neurophysiology, neuromuscular disease, and movement disorders. Testing and evaluation of the spinal cord and nerves provide a comprehensive view of neurological conditions and their treatments.
HSS treats thousands of infants, children, and adolescents each year. At Stamford, we provide diagnosis and treatment of congenital, developmental, and traumatic conditions affecting children's bones, joints, and muscles.
Originally a children’s hospital, HSS continues to treat thousands of infants, children, and adolescents each year. At Stamford, we provide diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic conditions, including:
The physiatrists at HSS specialize in nonsurgical treatments of spinal and sports-related injuries, as well as diagnostic studies to determine whether patients have nerve or muscular disorders such as lumbar or cervical radiculopathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other debilitating conditions.
At HSS, you have the world’s best clinical team at your side with more experience in complex spine surgery than any other hospital in the world. We are committed to researching and advancing techniques to be less invasive and produce safer and longer lasting results.
HSS is committed to providing a broad continuum of care to the athlete from the initial consultation to any surgical or nonsurgical treatment and finally, rehabilitation. HSS Stamford Sports Rehab offers physical therapy, sports psychology, and nutrition services..
Whether it is a first-time injury or a chronic condition, HSS expert physicians and surgeons employ the most advanced techniques to establish a precise diagnosis and treatment plan. Noninvasive care such as casting, bracing, and physical therapy, as well as minimally invasive treatments are available for your recovery.
Attending scheduled follow-up care after your orthopedic procedure is integral to getting back on your feet. Many of our surgeons have office hours at HSS Stamford so patients can spend less time traveling and more time recovering close to home.
Our unparalleled imaging technologies and expertise means an accurate diagnosis for you.
Conveniently located next to our Outpatient Center, HSS Sports Rehab offers a wide range of physical and occupational therapy services for adults as well as children – enabling you to seek treatment sooner, get better faster, and experience superior outcomes.
Our Special Procedures Unit (SPU) offers convenient access to pain management (or pain treatment) procedures in an ambulatory setting instead of the operating room.
Our expert physicians and specialists present regular educational seminars on topics ranging from improving physical performance and cardiovascular health to preventing painful injuries and developing arthritis.
‘How You Move’ matches area high school student athletes with local HSS caregivers to discuss performance and injury prevention.