Hospital for Special Surgery - Archive (Sports Medicine)

2019
May
23,
2019
Becker’s Spine Review featuring Andrew D. Pearle, MD ...
Read more
May
23,
2019
Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), the world’s largest academic medical center focused on musculoskeletal health, today announced that Andrew D. Pearle, MD, will succeed Bryan T. Kelly, MD, as chief of the HSS Sports Medicine Institute. Dr. Kelly wa...
Read more
May
13,
2019
The New York Times featuring Scott A. Rodeo, MD ...
Read more
Tags
May
11,
2019

NY1

National Foam Rolling Day event hosted by HSS ...
Read more
Tags
May
07,
2019
FC Monmouth has today announced that Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) will be the team’s official hospital for the 2019 season. The partnership allows FC Monmouth to benefit from one of the global leaders in sports medicine. HSS, the nation’s to...
Read more
May
01,
2019
Patellofemoral Update Blog featuring Sabrina M. Strickland, MD ...
Read more
Tags
April
24,
2019
Good Morning Wilton featuring Samuel A. Taylor, MD, Deborah N. Roche, PhD, Heidi Skolnik, MS CDN,FACSM, Jonna De Simone Franklin ...
Read more
Tags
April
22,
2019
Becker's Spine Review featuring David W. Altchek, MD ...
Read more
Tags
April
19,
2019
The Wall Street Journal featuring Jordan D. Metzl, MD ...
Read more
Tags
April
18,
2019
The New York Mets have selected Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) as the Presenting Partner of the Mets Academy in the Dominican Republic. In conjunction with this partnership, HSS will provide its expertise in connection with operation of the Me...
Read more
April
04,
2019
Root Sports featuring Joshua S. Dines, MD ...
Read more
Tags
April
03,
2019
New York Family reports on the findings of recent studies that have shown young girls are dropping out of sports due to obstacles that they confront when playing the game.  New York Family spoke to Karen M. Sutton, MD, sports medicine surgeon at H...
Read more
Tags
April
03,
2019
Inside Lacrosse reports on the recent HSS symposium, "Keep Her in the Game," in which young female athletes, accompanied by their families and coaches, participated in a day of programming designed to encourage their continued enrollment in athletics...
Read more
Tags
April
02,
2019
CBS Local Sports reports on the trend of youth league baseball becoming a year-round sport for many players, leading to an increased risk of overuse injuries according to experts.  The findings of a recent study showed athletes ages 15-19 accounte...
Read more
Tags
March
29,
2019
Good Housekeeping reports on the best walking shoes for women that are both comfortable and supportive. They spoke to Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, who stressed that comfort is key. He recommends staying away ...
Read more
Tags
March
28,
2019
NBA.com reports that the L.A. Clippers announced that forward Luc Mbah a Moute underwent surgery with Riley J. Williams III, MD, sports medicine surgeon at HSS. Dr. Williams performed a partial medial meniscectomy on his left knee, with a medial femo...
Read more
Tags
March
28,
2019
In a recent podcast episode of ‘Sideline Data’, League Apps interviews Robert G. Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC, sports medicine surgeon at HSS, on youth sports injuries, surgery and rehabilitation. "Kids are playing more sports than they used to. There’s m...
Read more
Tags
March
21,
2019
The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) has selected Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) as the Official Hospital of the NBPA.  The new multi-year partnership provides current and retired professional basketball players with access to high ...
Read more
March
21,
2019
The New York Times published a user manual for knee care by Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS. This guide is designed to help prevent knee pain from starting as well as treat existing knee pain. Read the article an...
Read more
Tags
March
21,
2019
Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, joins Today live on-air to discuss knee pain and appropriate treatments."If pain is limiting what you can do, you can’t walk, you can’t run, you have to come see a doctor to see what...
Read more
Tags
March
19,
2019
Runner’s World writes on cutting-edge treatments that can help runners with arthritis. Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, explains that many of his patients who suffer from arthritis also find a healthy way to maintai...
Read more
Tags
March
16,
2019
While rotator cuff tears are a common shoulder injury, there can be poor tendon healing after surgical repair. Cell-based approaches have shown potential in improving tendon-to-bone healing in these tears. A new basic science study led by Scott A....
Read more
March
14,
2019
The article discusses treatment options for a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in the knee, noting that the age, activity level and type of sport should be taken into account for each patient. The ACL is reportedly one of the most commonly in...
Read more
Tags
March
08,
2019
Redding Patch reports that a Redding doctor has been named the next surgeon-in-chief and medical director at HSS.Bryan T. Kelly, MD, will succeed Todd J. Albert, MD, in the position at the end of June.Dr. Kelly completed his residency at HSS in 2001,...
Read more
Tags
March
07,
2019
Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), the world’s largest academic medical center focused on musculoskeletal health, today announced that Bryan T. Kelly, MD, will succeed Todd J. Albert, MD, as Surgeon-in-Chief and Medical Director. The transition will...
Read more
March
05,
2019
Bleacher Report comments on Indiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo’s knee injury and the healing process he must undergo after suffering a ruptured quad tendon in his right knee, an injury that prematurely ended his season.A ruptured quadriceps is a rel...
Read more
Tags
March
04,
2019
New York’s first professional rugby franchise, Rugby United New York (RUNY), announced today that Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) will be the team’s Official Medical Partner. The new multi-year partnership grants RUNY access to one of the global l...
Read more
February
28,
2019
League Appsreports on ACL tears in high-performing athletes. Due to advancements in surgical technology and rehabilitation, ACL sprains and tears have become manageable injuries.In a recent podcast episode of ‘Sideline Data’, they interview Riley J. ...
Read more
Tags