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Marc Kowalsky, MD, Serves As Team Physician for the USA Rugby National Team
Marc Kowalsky, MD, orthopedic surgeon specializing in shoulder & elbow surgery and sports medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital, will serve as team physician for the USA Rugby National Team as it competes against Uruguay in Atlanta, GA
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Surprise Path to Better Sex: Hip Surgery
The New York Times spoke to Dr. Jose Rodriguez, lead author on a study that showed hip replacement surgery is not only restoring patient mobility but often making their sex lives more fulfilling.
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Lenox Hill Hospital Performing Robotic Partial Knee Replacement Surgery
To help improve patient outcomes and reduce recovery times, Lenox Hill Hospital has acquired a $1.2 million robotic assistant that enables surgeons to perform partial knee replacements with unprecedented precision.
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Srino Bharam, MD Recently Published
Srino Bharam, MD, Director of Hip Arthroscopy, recently published a manuscript entitled, “Hip Arthroscopy Portals”, in the peer-reviewed journal Operative Techniques in Sports Medicine.
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Karen Schneider, MD to serve at US Open Tennis Championships
Karen Schneider, MD will serve as an event orthopaedic surgeon for the 2011 United States Open Tennis Championships.
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Lenox Hill Orthopaedists Devoted to STOP Childhood Sports Injuries
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital has joined a coalition of organizations dedicated to preventing athletic overuse and trauma injuries in children. The Sports Trauma and Overuse Prevention (STOP) campaign was initiated by the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine to educate young athletes, parents, coaches, and healthcare providers about the rapid upsurge in youth sports injuries and the steps essential in reversing this alarming trend.
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Several members of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery named among Best Doctors
Several members of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, including Fabien Bitan, MD: Elliott Hershman, MD; Stephen Nicholas, MD; Barton Nisonson, MD; W. Norman Scott, MD; and Lon Weiner, MD were recently honored in the New York Magazine 14th Annual Best Doctors issue of 2011.
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Elliott Hershman Named Chairman of Orthopaedic Surgery
Elliott Hershman, MD, an internationally recognized expert in knee disorders and athletic injuries, has been named Chairman of Orthopaedic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital.
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Lenox Hill Hospital Selected by NFL to Assist Retired Players
December 11, 2007 - The National Football League and NFL Players Association’s newly created NFL Player Joint Replacement Benefit Plan has selected Lenox Hill Hospital to assist eligible retired players in need of joint replacement surgery.
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Lenox Hill Orthopaedic Surgeon Uses First Knee Implant Designed for the Female Anatomy
October 1, 2006 - Until only recently, knee replacements - although available in different sizes -- had been gender-neutral and didn't take into account the differences between male and female anatomy.
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Chief of Spine Service Appointed at Lenox Hill Hospital
September 12, 2005 - Fabien D. Bitan MD, has been appointed Chief of the Spine Service at Lenox Hill Hospital.
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Lenox Hill Hospital Performs Its First Total Disc Replacement For Treatment of Lower Back Pain
December 22, 2004 - Total disc replacement, approved by The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in October 2004 is a procedure that treats severe low back pain by replacing a damaged or worn out spinal disc with an artificial one.
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New Minimally Invasive Hip Surgery Now Performed at Lenox Hill Hospital One of Only a Few Hospitals to Offer This Alternative to Patients
October 1, 2004 - A new, state-of-the-art approach to hip replacement surgery with smaller incisions, less pain and scarring and a quicker recovery time compared to traditional hip surgery is now being performed at Lenox Hill Hospital.
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