The Division of Orthopaedic Surgery treats patients with debilitating musculoskeletal disorders, such as sports- or strain-related injuries of the foot, knee, shoulder, hip, hand or other joints. We also treat bone fractures, trauma, joint diseases and injuries, and spinal injuries.
Orthopaedic surgeons at The Brooklyn Hospital Center combine surgical expertise with pioneering clinical and basic research in areas such as stimulation of bone and tissue repair and total joint reconstruction.
• Back/Spine Problems
• Bunions, Ingrown Toenails, Nail Fungus
• Flat Feet, High Arches, Disorders of the Achilles Tendon
• OCD Lesions
• Strains, Sprains and Fractures
• Advanced Reconstructive Surgery of the Foot, Ankle, Knee and Shoulder
• Cartilage and Tendon Repair
• Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation
• Minimally Invasive Arthroscopic Surgery of the Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist,
Knee and Ankle
• Pain Management
• Pediatric and Geriatric care
• Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee
• Trauma Surgery
Are you suffering from a sports injury? The Brooklyn Hospital Center has Board Certified orthopaedic surgeons with advanced fellowship training in Sports Medicine.
- Labral Tears
- Rotator Cuff Injury
- Meniscus Tears
- Torn ACL and Other Ligament Tears
• Foot and Ankle
- Achilles Tendonitis and Tears
- Peroneal Tendon Injury (acute and chronic)
- Stress Fractures
Did you know one of Brooklyn’s leading experts in foot and ankle surgery sees patients right here at The Brooklyn Hospital Center? Our fellowship-trained specialist offers arthroscopic and minimally invasive treatments as well as advanced reconstructive foot and ankle surgery.
Modern orthopaedic care can help you get back to your normal routine faster than ever.
With on-site digital X-ray and fast access to rheumatologists, podiatrists, pain and rehabilitation specialists, we provide you with the care you need, when and where you need it.
Many people with upper and lower limb injuries assume their only hope for recovery is surgery. While surgical procedures are required in some cases, many times more conservative options—such as
medication, physical therapy, or minimally invasive procedures—are all that are needed.
Our orthopaedic specialists will work with you to find the right treatment. If surgery is required, they’ll be with you every step of the way, from consultation and diagnosis to outpatient rehabilitation.
Any orthopaedic specialist will tell you that motionb requires collaboration. There are 206 bones and 640 muscles in the human body, but they need the support of our ligaments, tendons and cartilage for optimal function. Even the smallest action—such as lifting a fork or taking a step down the street—requires precise synchronization among most or all of these elements. Your orthopaedic care should be just
Our fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeons collaborate with on-site physiatrists (doctors specializing in rehabilitation), physiotherapists, pain specialists, rheumatologists, podiatrists and your referring physician to make sure you receive the highest quality care—before, during and after any procedure you may require.