For 150 years, ColumbiaDoctors Orthopedics has been a center for excellence in patient care and a pioneer in the development of new and better treatments for musculoskeletal injuries and disorders. Our physicians performed the first spinal fusion, completed the first shoulder replacement to restore full range of motion, were among the first in the nation to perform total hip and knee replacements, and have made many other revolutionary advances going back to our founding as the New York Orthopaedic Hospital in 1866.
From the commonplace to the complex, our renowned orthopedic team specializes in non-operative management, minimally invasive surgery, arthroscopy, sports medicine, total joint repair and reconstruction, and comprehensive spine care. We practice personalized medicine — tailoring the treatment to the individual — and handle a wide range of complex conditions affecting both children and adults through a collaborative team approach.
Patients come from across the country, and throughout the world, to receive the highest quality orthopedic care and the latest, most innovative, treatments backed by academic research. Our physicians are all affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian, routinely ranked one of the best hospitals in the nation, giving patients access to top physicians in every discipline.
Our goal is to get you back on the playing field of life quickly and safely, providing expert care with a personalized approach. We also have a staff of physical therapists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, athletic trainers, and nurses to assist in your care. With our comprehensive approach to treatment, our team ensures that a patient regains as much range of motion and function as possible.
Our orthopedic team is known for its special expertise in the following areas:
Foot & Ankle Disorders
We perform complex surgeries on the foot and ankle, including ankle arthroplasty, limb realignment, diabetic foot reconstruction, and the correction of deformities. We also repair fractures and other problems with the lower leg.
Hand, Elbow, & Microvascular Surgery
We are highly experienced in treating congenital hand conditions, as well as traumatic injuries to the hand and elbow to correct underlying conditions, relieve pain, and restore mobility and function
Hip & Knee Reconstruction
In recent years, we have made enormous progress in the treatment of damaged hips and knees, and now have advanced surgical interventions to deal with the chronic pain and disability caused by arthritis.
Shoulder, Elbow, and Sports Medicine
Our world-renowned team of specialists is dedicated to helping athletes return to their sports at pre-injury performance levels, and returning patients of all fitness levels to their normal lifestyle, whether they suffer from shoulder arthritis or a sports injury.
Specially trained to address the needs of children--from infancy to adolescence – our team treats a wide range of congenital, developmental, and traumatic disorders affecting the bones, soft tissue, muscles, and joints in young patients.
Using the most sophisticated diagnostic tools, and the most advanced, minimally invasive surgical techniques, our experts offer comprehensive treatment for acute injuries, deformities, and degenerative conditions of the neck and spine.
Our team of athletic trainers, sport certified specialists, certified manual therapists, strength and conditioning specialists, and Schroth therapy specialists help patients regain mobility, reduce pain, and improve quality of life.
As leaders in trauma care, we repair acute injuries, chronic musculoskeletal problems, and complications from previous injuries, using the latest techniques.
At the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center, a multidisciplinary team of experts provides comprehensive care for children, adolescents, and adults with cerebral palsy, including a full range of non-surgical and surgical treatments for orthopedic conditions.
We see patients at several convenient New York metro area locations in:
- Washington Heights
- Midtown Manhattan
- Bergen County
- Westchester County
When needed, we perform surgery at: