NYU Langone Orthopaedic Surgery 2014 Year in Review

NYU Langone Orthopaedic Surgery 2014 Year in Review

Analyzing Outcomes, Advancing Care: Our 2014 Year in Review highlights our growth in surgical procedures and new, innovative treatment approaches.

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The faculty at NYU Langone’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery performed more than 16,000 surgical procedures in 2014—a strong indicator of our surgeons’ experience in their respective disciplines. It also means that we are able to gain tremendous insights on patient outcomes to continually improve care.

Our patient reported outcomes database now contains information on nearly 40,000 patients, facilitating important research on the effectiveness of various interventions and protocols. We continue to press forward with new, innovative approaches to healing bones, joints, and connective tissue, as we work to keep our patients active throughout their lives.

Highlights of our annual report include:

  • Joint Replacement/Adult Reconstructive: High Volume and Cutting-Edge Techniques 
  • Pediatrics: Specialized Care for a Developing Frame
  • Spine: Meeting the Challenge of Complexity with Collaboration
  • Sports Medicine: Innovative Procedures and Therapies Show Promise in Joint Preservation 
  • Primary Care Sports Medicine: Caring for Sports-Related Conditions from Head-to-Toe 
  • Shoulder and Elbow: A Clearer Picture of Shoulder Stabilization
  • Orthopaedic Trauma: Breaking New Ground in Acute Fracture Care
  • Orthopaedic Oncology: Managing the Full Range of Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors
  • Foot and Ankle: Enhancing Outcomes through Patient-Centered Care
  • Hand Surgery: Restoring Function with Cutting-Edge Approaches 
  • Research Initiatives
  • Education Programs