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NYP Queens Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Center News - NewYork-Presbyterian Queens

Recent Events

Drs. Kevin Jiang, Alexander Golant, Tony N. Quach, and Jeffrey E. Rosen, recently published a book chapter on Superior Capsular Reconstruction.

Click here to read the chapter

Dr. Kevin Jiang and his patient, longtime distance runner Michael Bozzo, whose ruptured Achilles tendon was repaired by Dr. Jiang in March, ran the TCS New York City Marathon on November 5, 2017.

Both Dr. Jiang and Michael successfully completed the marathon and crossed the finish line together after 4 hours and 25 minutes of running, injury free!

To read these stories click the following links to ABC.com and The New York Daily News

Past Events

May 2017

Dr. Jason Hu, in collaboration with the Weill Cornell Center for the Performing Artist, will be providing medical coverage for the Battery Dance Company in its 41st Annual New York Season at Schimmel Center for the Arts

June 4, 2017

For the second year, NYP Queens is participating in the Queens Pride Parade and Festival! We are a Sponsor of the Event. It takes place in Jackson Heights on Sunday, June 4, 2017. Our parade presence features a walking team, parade float and NYP ambulance. NYP Queens will also host a table at the festival after the parade. We are looking forward to having a strong presence at this event. The Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Center will have a strong presence at the event to show our support to the LGBTQ community

June 17, 2017

2017 Community Lecture Series
Location: Sheraton Laguardia East hotel 6.17.2017 10-12pm
Topic: Common Orthopaedic injuries: Prevention, Diagnosis, & Treatment
Kevin Jiang, MD
Topic: Navigating through Low Back Pain
Jason Hu, MD

Summer 2017

Our sports medicine team will be performing pre-participation screenings for St. Francis Prep High School, Holy Cross High School, The Mary Louis Academy High School, and Monsignor McClancy Memorial High School. Injury prevention is the first step to a healthy and productive competitive season. We screen our high school athletes for factors that may predispose them to injury and address them early to make sure they can participate in their respective sports during the school year injury free.

October 20, 2017

Orthopaedic Symposium: Tendinopathy in the New Millennium: How Far Have We Come?
Hands on training with ultrasound guided injections
CME credits available for MDs, PAs, PT
More information to come