Ranked #1 in the U.S. for Orthopedics
The first of its kind in the United States, the Women’s Sports Medicine Center at HSS is a nationally recognized health resource for active women of all ages and abilities, from professional athletes to eager novices.
The Center’s multidisciplinary staff includes a team of physicians (fellowship trained in sports medicine), nutritionists, exercise physiologists, physical therapists, sports psychologists, and nurses.
The HSS Institute for Cartilage Repair focuses on the treatment of symptomatic cartilage lesions. The Institute for Cartilage Repair was developed by a skilled, multidisciplinary group of clinicians in response to growing clinical need for more durable cartilage and meniscal repair procedures.
The physicians at the Patellofemoral Center specialize in the management of kneecap pain and deterioration. Using the latest technology, our specialists can help you heal and gain mobility from patellofemoral injuries like knee dislocations.
The James M. Benson Sports Rehabilitation Center and Tisch Sports Performance Center specialize in the treatment and prevention of orthopedic and sports-related injuries, and offer the most advanced performance services available today.
Whether helping a high school basketball player or an Olympic swimmer, sports-related physical therapists and performance specialists help athletes of all ages and abilities get back to doing what they love-and do it better than ever.
The Non-surgical Foot and Ankle Service is dedicated to evaluating the majority of foot and ankle problems that often can be treated successfully without surgery. It is a unique service dedicated to providing non-surgical treatment for foot and ankle problems and is the very first in the greater New York area located at a major teaching hospital dedicated to orthopedic/musculoskeletal care and research.
Sports-related injuries treated by the service include heel and achilles pain, ankle sprains, shin splints, bunion pain, metatarsal pain, neuroma, sesamoid bone, stress fractures, overuse injuries, tendon problems, and all musculoskeletal injuries involving the foot and ankle.