Dr. Andrew J. Elliott treats orthopedic conditions of the foot, ankle, and Achilles tendon. Specific ailments include athletic injuries, bunion, tendon tears and ruptures, hammertoe, OCD of the ankle, fractures and arthritis. He also performs platelet-rich plasma injections and shockwave therapy for certain conditions.
After graduating from Harvard Medical School, he completed his orthopedic residency at Yale New Haven Hospital and a fellowship at Hospital for Special Surgery. Dr. Elliott then served a four-year tour at Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii, as Chief of the Foot & Ankle Service, Department of Orthopedics before returning to the Foot and Ankle Service here at Hospital for Special Surgery. Dr. Elliott is currently the Director of Education for the Foot and Ankle Service. He also serves as the Assistant Orthopedic Surgeon/Team Physician for the New York Red Bulls MLS soccer team.
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Below are the healthcare industry relationships reported by Dr. Elliott as of November 21, 2019.
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Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, 1991-1996
Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, 1996-1997
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
New York, New Jersey
Effects of the Modified Lapidus Procedure on Pronation of the First Ray in Hallux Valgus, AOFAS, pp. 125-132, February 2020
Return to Sports and Physical Activities After the Modified Lapidus Procedure for Hallux Valgus in Young Patients, AOFAS, pp. 378-385, April 2016
Achilles tendon rupture in women, AOFAS, pp. 49-53, January 2013
Functional outcome after surgical reconstruction of posterior tibial tendon insufficiency in patients under 50 years, AOFAS, pp. 1179-1183, December 2008
For more publications, please see the PubMed listing.