Dr. Douglas Mintz is a radiologist specializing in imaging the musculoskeletal system. His primary expertise is in interpreting magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examinations, but he also has expertise in radiographs (X-rays), computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and image-guided procedures.
Dr. Mintz’s interests coincide with the hospital’s orthopedic specialties. He has a particular interest in imaging tumors; peripheral nerves; and spine, pelvic, and hip problems. Sports injuries make up a large part of his practice.
With an emphasis on clinical practice and teaching, he has lectured nationally and internationally, published in journals and textbooks, and participated in care of many professional athletes. Clinical research projects include topics in hip preservation, the patellofemoral joint, and osteoporosis. As part of his research responsibilities, he reviews papers for journals, grades abstracts for national radiology meetings, and evaluates future radiologists for the American Board of Radiology.
Dr. Mintz completed his musculoskeletal radiology fellowship at Hospital for Special Surgery and subsequently joined the HSS staff. He spent a short time in Miami, Florida where he worked with the Dolphins, the Panthers, and the NBA-champion Miami Heat, but has been with HSS the majority of his career. He is the team radiologist for the NY Rangers and participates in the care of several local sports teams.
Image guided injections of the musculoskeletal system, including spine
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Below are the healthcare industry relationships reported by Dr. Mintz as of November 13, 2019.
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American Board of Radiology, 1997
New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida
Reviewer, Skeletal Radiology & Clinical Imaging
Vigorita V and Mintz DN Synovitis In: Insall and Scott, Surgery of the Knee, 5th Ed. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, Philadelphia, PA, 2012.
Ngo MH and Mintz DN General Imaging of the Hip in Ranawat A and Kelly BT Musculoskeletal Examination of the Hip and Knee: Making the Complex Simple Slack, Inc, NJ, 2011.
Mintz DN Post-Operative Knee In: Pope T, Morrison WB, Bloem HL, et al. Imaging of the Musculoskeletal System, WB Saunders, 2008.
Vigorita V, Ghelman B and Mintz DN, Orthopaedic Pathology 2nd Edition, Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA, 2008.
Mintz DN. Medical imaging of injury. In: Gregory S. Kolt, Lynn Snyder-Mackler, editors. Physical Therapies in Sports and Exercise. New York: Churchill Livingstone; 2003. p. 555-74.
Liu JN, Mintz DN, Nguyen JT, Brady JM, Strickland SM, Shubin Stein BE. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Validation of Tibial Tubercle Transfer Distance in the Fulkerson Osteotomy: A Clinical and Cadaveric Study. Arthroscopy. 34:1. 189-197. 2018.
Brady JM, Sullivan JP, Nguyen J, Mintz DN, Green DW, Strickland S, Shubin Stein BE. The Tibial Tubercle-to-Trochlear Groove Distance Is Reliable in the Setting of Trochlear Dysplasia, and Superior to the Tibial Tubercle-to-Posterior Cruciate Ligament Distance When Evaluating Coronal Malalignment in Patellofemoral Instability. Arthroscopy. 33:11. 2026-2034. 2017.
Goodbody C, Kedem P, Thompson M, Do HT, Mintz DN, Widmann RF, Dodwell ER. Reliability and Reproducibility of Subject Positioning with EOS Low-Dose Biplanar X-ray. HSS J. 13:3. 263-266. 2017.
Mintz DN, Hooper, Connell D, Buly R, Padgett DE, Potter HG. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Hip: detection of labral and chondral injuries using non-contrast imaging. Arthroscopy. 21:4, 385-393, 2005.
Mintz DN, Tashjian GS, Connell DA, Deland JT, O'Malley M, Potter HG. Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus: A new MR Grading system with Arthroscopic Correlation. Arthroscopy. 19:3, 353-359, 2003.
For more publications, please see the PubMed listing.
MRI and Arthroscopy Correlation. HSS 29th Annual Holiday Knee and Hip Course. New York, NY. 2017 Nov 30.
Musculoskeletal Imaging. Weill Cornell Medical Student Lecture, HID Course. New York, NY. 2017 Nov 15.
Post-Operative Joint Imaging. American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana. 2017 May 2.
Imaging in Hip Preservation: What Is The Gold Standard in 2016 and Where Are We Headed? Eastern Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana. 2016 October 19-22.