Lenox Hill Orthopaedics at Lenox Hill Hospital is recognized nationwide for its expertise in the treatment of a broad range of musculoskeletal conditions, including disorders of the spine, hip, knee, foot, ankle, shoulder, elbow, and hand. Lenox Hill Hospital is home to the Center for Joint Preservation & Reconstruction, a leading treatment center for joint disorders and arthritis, and to the Nicholas Institute for Sports Medicine & Athletic Trauma (NISMAT), the first center in America dedicated to the study of sports medicine. Lenox Hill Orthopaedics has pioneered minimally invasive techniques in orthopaedic surgery, as well as the treatment of osteoarthritis and sports injury. Surgeons in the department are perennially recognized among the best in New York, and the country.
Phone: (855) 434-1800
Chairman: Elliott Hershman, MD
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New Yorkers never slow down – and that can be tough on our joints. Fortunately, New Yorkers have access to unsurpassed care right here at Lenox Hill Orthopaedics.
Advanced robotic surgery techniques enable our expert surgeons to perform total hip replacements and partial knee resurfacings with greater accuracy and less stress on the patient. These minimally invasive procedures can help put joint pain sufferers back into their pre-injury lives more quickly compared to traditional total joint replacement surgery.
If you or someone you know is experiencing joint pain, Lenox Hill Orthopaedics now features a highly advanced, minimally invasive robotic-arm-assisted procedure for partial knee and total hip replacement.
Call (855) 434-1800 to learn more or to find a Lenox Hill Orthopaedics surgeon near you.
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Partial Knee Resurfacing is a treatment option for adults living with early to mid-stage osteoarthritis that has not yet progressed to all three knee compartments. Less invasive than traditional total knee replacement, our surgeons use a robotic arm to resurface the damaged part of the joint and place an implant. This can result in a more natural-feeling knee with faster recovery times.
Total Hip Replacement begins with our surgeons using a computer-mapped image of the patent’s hip to fashion a precise pre-surgical plan. Using a minimally invasive technique, our surgeons are able to more accurately insert implants, resulting in likely better outcomes for our patients.
None of these benefits can be guaranteed, as surgery is necessarily both patient- and procedure-specific.