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Martin W. Roche, MD, who performed the world's first sensor and robotic assisted knee surgery, has joined HSS Florida in West Palm Beach.
Providing Best-In-Class Care for Children: Ivy Rehab for Kids HSS Pediatric Therapy Centers of Excellence Open in Midland Park, NJ and Newtown, CT
Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy, a national leader in outpatient musculoskeletal rehabilitative services and pediatric physical, occupational, speech and ABA therapy, is proud to announce, in partnership with Hospital for Special Surgery, the opening of the first two conveniently locted tri-state Ivy Rehab for Kids HSS Pediatric Therapy Centers of Excellence in Midland Park, New Jersey and Newtown, Connecticut.
Seeing is Believing: Hospital for Special Surgery First in U.S. to Use Augmented Reality Platform for Knee Replacement
An orthopedic surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery has performed the first augmented reality knee replacement in the United States.
Researchers find link between skeletal abnormalities and the likelihood of complications after fusion procedures
Zimmer Biomet and Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) Partner to Advance Innovation on mymobility® with Apple Watch® Remote Care Management System
Care Pathways Will Enable Patients and Practices Around the World to Leverage Hospital for Special Surgery Expertise in Orthopedic Patient Care through Zimmer Biomet's Platform
Surgeons' Expectations More Accurate Than Patients' Expectations in Predicting Patient-Reported Outcomes After Lumbar Spine Surgery
Surgeons' preoperative expectations were more accurate than patients' expectations in predicting patient-reported outcomes two years after lumbar spine surgery, according to a longitudinal study by investigators at Hospital for Special Surgery.
At this year's American College of Rheumatology virtual meeting, Hospital for Special Surgery presented exciting research related to rheumatology and orthopedic surgery.
Since doctors began treating cancer patients with immunotherapy drugs called checkpoint inhibitors nearly a decade ago, they have observed that a subset of these patients experience a side effect that clinically looks like inflammatory arthritis.
Improving the Diagnosis of Chronic Nonbacterial Osteomyelitis, an Underdiagnosed Chronic Autoinflammatory Syndrome
Researchers have identified several factors that should help improve the diagnosis of chronic nonbacterial osteomyelitis, also known as chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis.
HSS Shares Best Practices to Address Health Needs of People with Rheumatic Conditions During Pandemic
A knowledgeable patient is an empowered patient, and the ability to understand and proactively manage a health challenge can help improve quality of life, according to Robyn Wiesel, associate director of Public & Patient Education at Hospital for Special Surgery.
Children with Arthritis Living in Less Affluent Families More Likely to Report Longer Duration of Morning Joint Stiffness
Children with arthritis affecting five or more joints, called polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis, living in less affluent families were twice as likely to report more than an hour of morning joint stiffness, compared to their counterparts from more affluent families, according to a study by investigators at Hospital for Special Surgery.
After the pandemic led to "stay-at-home" orders in March, the Public & Patient Education Department at Hospital for Special Surgery launched a vital initiative to boost virtual programming to support the community.
HSS Receives $3.5 Million from Philanthropist Marina Kellen French and the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation
HSS Trustee Marina Kellen French and the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation have made an extraordinary commitment of $3.5 million to support a new research initiative to enable more patients to achieve successful outcomes from knee replacement surgery.
Delaying Rotator Cuff Surgery for 12 Months or Longer May Double the Odds of Needing Revision Surgery
Delaying surgery for 12 months or more after a rotator cuff tear diagnosis is associated with almost twice the odds of needing a subsequent revision surgery compared to having surgery between six weeks and one year after diagnosis, according to a retrospective study of records from thousands of patients across the United States by investigators at Hospital for Special Surgery.
Sports medicine physicians at the Hospital for Special Surgery Sports Medicine Institute in New York City have developed the first set of guidelines for helping patients return to recreational activity safely after mild to moderate infection with COVID-19.
Exagen Inc. Announces a Collaboration with Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) for Antiphospholipid Syndrome
Exagen Inc., an organization dedicated to transforming the care continuum for patients suffering from autoimmune diseases, announced a collaboration with Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.
A new study by researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City reveals that symptomatic lower back pain resolved in 82% of patients after total hip arthroplasty and identifies which patients are more likely to have their back pain resolved.
Immunosuppressive Drug Used to Treat Rheumatic Diseases May Help Select COVID-19 Patients Avoid Mechanical Ventilation
An immunosuppressive drug approved to treat rheumatoid arthritis and neonatal-onset multisystem inflammatory disease may allow certain people with COVID-19 to avoid having to go on a ventilator, according to a small case study from investigators at the Hospital for Special Surgery.
In patients with rheumatoid arthritis, higher disease activity — not post-operative flares — increases the risk of pain and poor function one year after a total hip arthroplasty or total knee arthroplasty, according to a new study by researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.
Study Finds Enhanced Milestone-Based Rehabilitation After ACL Surgery Offers Cost Benefits for Insurers
Patients who undergo more focused, enhanced milestone-based rehabilitation after anterior cruciate ligament surgery experience better outcomes in the long run at a lower cost to the healthcare system, researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City have found.