At The Mount Sinai Hospital, our multidisciplinary team is focused on providing a superior patient experience. We use state-of-the-art technology and the most advanced techniques to diagnose and treat all orthopedic conditions.
Our orthopedic program continues to be among the top-ranked in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report for 2018-19. Our doctors are also faculty members at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, one of the nation’s foremost medical schools.
Providing exceptional, quality care is central to our mission: We strive to help you preserve, restore, or gain function, live with less pain, and achieve improved overall health.
Foot and ankle
We diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions including sprains, fractures, and bunions using the latest technology. Our goal is to improve your mobility while minimizing pain and discomfort.
We look at the whole body when diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal conditions, noting connections between different orthopedic issues. This approach lets us give you the best possible care. Our physical therapists help you build your strength, improve your balance, and improve your range of motion.
Hand, wrist, and elbow care
Our hand specialists have extensive experience with medical treatment and surgical procedures for conditions ranging from birth defects and arthritis to traumas and carpal tunnel syndrome. Whether you have a common problem or an unusual condition, we can help.
For expert hip and knee repair and replacement, we use the latest approaches, including robot-assisted surgery. We are one of 14 hospitals across the country selected by the National Football League (NFL) and the NFL Players Association to provide these procedures for eligible retired players.
We treat tumors—benign and malignant—in the bones and soft tissue. We work closely with a variety of specialists including radiologists; orthopedic oncology surgeons; pathologists; medical and radiation oncologists; orthopedic spine, plastic, and vascular surgeons; and pain management doctors.
Whether you were in a car accident, had a nasty fall, or experienced some other sort of trauma, The Mount Sinai Hospital can diagnose and treat your bones, cartilage, joints, ligaments muscles, and tendons. We’ll get you back on your feet—literally—as soon as possible.
Pediatric orthopedics and scoliosis
Your children’s bones and muscles are still maturing. This means treating congenital defects, growth abnormalities, neurological conditions, and fractures is different with children than adults. Our experts provide state-of-the-art care for your little ones so they can develop strength, balance, and agility.
Our podiatrists can diagnose and treat conditions caused by disease, injury, or defect. We address bunions, hammertoes, and fractures, sprains, and strains.
Shoulder and elbow surgery
Your age can help predict the type of shoulder and elbow conditions you might have. And we can help, whether you are a twentysomething with a rotator cuff problem or a retiree suffering from osteoporosis. We provide individualized care to restore your function and eliminate pain.
The Mount Sinai Spine Hospital
At The Mount Sinai Spine Hospital, we provide patients with the highest quality of spine including deformity, trauma, and injuries. We offer extensive evaluations, advanced care, and a multidisciplinary approach to provide the best possible diagnosis and treatment.
Interventional spine physiatry and rehabilitation
TheSpine Hospital at Mount Sinai provides a range of non-surgical treatments to help with spine conditions. That includes disorders of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbosacral spine, from arthritis to whiplash.
The Spine Center is a dedicated space within the Spine Hospital at Mount Sinai that offers comprehensive spinal cord treatments through a multidisciplinary approach.
Whether you are a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, we use the latest diagnostic and treatment techniques to help you meet your performance goals. We have extensive experience with ankles, knees, elbows, and shoulders—the most common locations for sports injuries.