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Center for Women’s Sports Medicine

We have locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

At the Center for Women’s Sports Medicine—part of Sports Health at NYU Langone—we provide specialized care designed to help you achieve your athletic goals. Our goal is to help you recover after injury, so that you can return to your chosen activities and reach peak performance.

Sports Health

We provide multidisciplinary care to athletes at all levels who want to maximize their performance.

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Our focus is on care for women and girls. However, we provide care to all athletes and active people, regardless of gender identity.

Care for Women, by Women

As specialists in sports medicine, orthopedic surgery, and physical medicine and rehabilitation—and as active New York City women ourselves—we understand that women’s bodies function differently than men’s. Anatomical and biomechanical differences put women at higher risk of certain sports-related injuries to the knees, hips, and shoulders. Women may also experience concussion differently than men. We not only care for these and other conditions using the most advanced treatments available, but we also work with you to prevent them from occurring or recurring.

Common Sports Injuries We Treat

Injuries and conditions we diagnose and treat include the following:

We also diagnose and manage complex conditions such as endocrine or nutritional disorders that affect exercise and training, as well as endurance and mental barriers that prevent peak performance or hinder a return to activity injury. We collaborate with our Sports Health colleagues, who represent an array of specialties.

Educational Events for Athletes

In addition to presenting at national and international meetings, experts at the Center for Women’s Sports Medicine appear regularly on Doctor Radio on SiriusXM and in community events and lectures at high schools, colleges, and workplaces throughout New York City. Topics may include stretching before and after exercise; staying mindful of your body while being active; eating a healthy, balanced diet; and designing training schedules to prevent injury and maximize performance.

Our Team of Doctors

Our sports health doctors collaborate with experts from various specialties to deliver multispecialty care that meets the specific health and performance needs of women and girls.

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