The Institute for Orthopedic Medicine and Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital combines a unique team of specialists, facilities, and medical services to provide comprehensive treatment for orthopedic disorders (disorders of the bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, and nerves).
Many people tolerate pain because they haven't found comprehensive care for orthopedic problems. Because pain in one area can be a sign for a broad range of different orthopedic disorders, it's important to have access to a broad range of specialists and services who are committed to helping people live without pain.
Referrals to our specialists or to other orthopedic programs and services can be made through a patient's primary care physician or through the Institute's physician referral service.
To request educational speakers or other community participation from NYPBMH relating to the Institute for Orthopedic Medicine and Surgery, or for more information, please visit the relevant Community Education and Programs pages and then contact the Department of Public Affairs with your request or inquiry.
Living with a worn or injured hip or knee can be painful and limiting. For those people with an impaired quality
Knees work hard every day. Overuse, injury, weakness, and aging cause problems in these joints
Back trouble and arthritis are widespread problems, yet most adults find it difficult to get effective treatment.
The NYPBMH Back and Neck Pain Center is dedicated to providing patients with the best clinical treatment for
NYPBMH's Division of Podiatry, based out of the Center, treats virtually all foot and ankle disorders
The surgeons use modern and, when possible, minimally invasive procedures to treat injuries.
The Sports Medicine Program provides evaluation, diagnosis and multi-disciplinary treatment options for the full
The Chronic Pain Management Center at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital evaluates and treats patients with
An experienced team of specialists at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital treat a variety of benign and
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital offers a wide range of complementary therapy options for those individuals who prefer non-surgical treatments.
Osteoporosis (decreased bone density) is a silent disease that affects some 20 million men and women each year.
NYPBMH orthopedic specialists diagnose and treat broken bones, strains, sprains, and many other orthopedic conditions that affect children.
Rehabilitation therapy helps patients fully recover from an orthopedic injury or illness.
Find a physician affiliated with this Institute or call 866-ORTHO-11 (866-678-4611).