Jason Hu, MD

Jason Hu, MD

Director, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

"Team approach is very important in musculoskeletal care, with the most important member of the team being the patient. I am proud that we work in a multi-disciplinary practice, where I am able to consult with colleagues from different specialties to provide well-rounded care."

Office Locations

NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Queens
Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Centers

136-56 39th Ave, 2nd floor
Flushing, NY 11354

163-03 Horace Harding Expressway, 4th Floor
Fresh Meadows, NY 11365

Languages Spoken

Chinese: Mandarin and Cantonese
Spanish (conversational)

Hospital Affiliation

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens

Make an Appointment

1-866-670-OUCH | myHEALTH.nyp.org


  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • Sports medicine
  • Interventional spine injections
  • Performing arts medicine
  • Electrodiagnostic medicine


Clinical Instructor of Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Dr. Hu grew up in Queens, New York.

He is a dancer and singer, and also participates in triathlons. "There is an art to competing in swimming, cycling, and running all together," he says.

Why this practice?

"This is a multi-disciplinary practice which allows me to provide well-rounded care for my patients. The leadership of the practice allows us to explore our special interests and encourages quality care for our patients."

Why this specialty?

"As a dancer and an athlete, I understand the frustration of musculoskeletal injuries. As a physiatrist, I am able to combine what I like to do for fun, with my training as a physician to provide empathetic quality musculoskeletal care."


Undergraduate School
City University of New York – Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education, 2003
Medical School
New York Medical, 2006
John Hopkins University/Sinai Hospital, 2007
NewYork-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell, 2010
Northwestern University/Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, 2011

Awards and Honors

  • 40 Under 40 Rising Stars, Queens, Feb 2016