Chefs can suffer repetitive motion injuries

NJ.com—May 19, 2017

NJ.com reported that Chris Siversen, chef at Maritime Parc in Jersey City, NJ, experienced a common physical debilitation among chefs. Tennis elbow is a condition that came from regularly chopping vegetables during his career. Mr. Siversen consulted HSS sports medicine surgeon Stephen Fealy, MD, and had surgery to repair the tendon.

Today, Mr. Siversen said his elbow "seems good as new." According to the article, Mr. Siversen also returned to HSS for a separate surgery for cervical spinal stenosis, a condition that is hereditary, and is currently recovering.

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