Critical to the defense of any medical malpractice claim at trial is neutralizing and eliminating sympathy from the pool of prospective jurors that will ultimately render a verdict as to whether the defendant physician is liable for the patient-plaintiff’s injuries. This is especially true when the injured party is a child.
Orthopedists at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center care for patients of all ages, from newborns and young athletes to older people with joint replacement needs and arthritis.
At Neurological Surgery, P.C., Neurosurgeon Sachin Shah, MD, combines his surgical expertise with that of Fernando Checo, MD, orthopedic surgeon at The Central Orthopedic Group, to treat spine tumors.
Uniting neurological and orthopedic techniques, the surgeons of Neurological Surgery, P.C. (NSPC) can handle extensive and difficult cases, including scoliosis, trauma, multilevel spine and cervical procedures, and revisions of previous surgeries.
A Comprehensive Suite of Surgical and Nonoperative Services Positions NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens at the Leading Edge of Local Orthopedic Care
From total joint arthroplasty to state-of-the-art regenerative medicine, arthroscopic surgery and endoscopic surgery, the NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens Department of Orthopedics & Rehabilitation offers innovative solutions for acute sports injuries, as well as bone and joint conditions.
Leading-edge diagnostic capabilities, surgical and nonsurgical technologies, expert staff, and an affiliation with one of the world’s finest orthopedic surgery centers distinguish New York Spine Institute as a tri-state leader in spine care.
Extensive experience in multimodal treatments is essential for effectively treating chronic muscle and joint pain — and especially maladies of the spine. But to truly partner with physicians and patients to treat conditions that may require long-term attention, an empathetic approach to medical care is critical. Dr. Raj combines these pillars of muscle and joint pain management to ensure optimal treatment and prevent recurrence.
Revolutionizing bunion surgery, Dr. Blitz developed the Bunionplasty procedure and a patented implant that gets patients walking immediately after surgery, resulting in extremely positive outcomes and high levels of satisfaction.
MAKOplasty partial knee resurfacing allows patients with cartilage breakdown in the knee to pursue fuller, more active lives.
When approaching spine surgery, having the means to cure a condition using smaller incisions is valuable. Wisely discerning when to deploy a minimally invasive method is more important still.
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