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The Top 10 Causes of Shoulder Pain – and How to Fix it

Your shoulder is one of the busiest intersections in your body: three bones form one main joint cushioned by cartilage and held in place with cords of muscles, ligaments, and tendons. When everything works as one, you have the mobility and stability to lift, throw, flex, and reach. Injure one […]

Dr. Gulotta’s talk at AAOS meeting 2015

Dr. Gulotta gave a talk at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Meeting in Las Vegas on reverse total shoulder replacement surgery.

Spotlight on Research – Osteoarthritis

Arthritis Foundation- Mar 25, 2015

Three researchers talk about how their findings in gene identification, imaging biomarkers and stem cell-based therapies are leading to more effective treatments for osteoarthritis. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the United States, affecting more than 46 million people and costing the economy more than $128 billion a […]

Greenwich Doctor Co-Authors Textbook on Rotator Cuff Tears

Greenwich Post- Feb 04, 2015

Edward Craig, an orthopedic surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery Physician Office in Greenwich, has co-authored a textbook on large rotator cuff tears, a common shoulder injury. The rotator cuff is the group of tendons and muscles that surround the shoulder joint. A torn rotator cuff can cause significant pain […]

New Book by HSS Doctors on Large Rotator Cuff Tears Provides Comprehensive Guide to Best Practices

New York City- Oct 27, 2014

Two highly specialized orthopedic surgeons in the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service at Hospital for Special Surgery have co-authored a new textbook on massive rotator cuff tears, seeking to provide a guide to best practices for this challenging injury. , and Edward Craig, M.D., and say a theme throughout the […]

Local Doc on Fast Track Hip Replacement

ConnecticutPlus.com- Sep 16, 2011

Generally healthy patients who have a total hip replacement (THR) can be “fast-tracked” to be discharged from the hospital in two days, compared with the standard three to six days, according to a new study by Dr. Bryan Nestor, an orthopedic surgeon who practices in the Greenwich Affiliated Physicians Office […]

Tackle That Shoulder Pain

Men's Health- Jul 05, 2011

Build up your shoulders evenly—and protect against trouble—by working your rotator cuff as much as your delts By As a shoulder surgeon, I see the same scenario play out over and over again. It goes something like this: A guy in his thirties joins a gym to get in shape. […]

Hip Replacement Patients Home in Two Days

UPI.com- Jul 01, 2011

People who are generally healthy when they have a total hip replacement can be fast-tracked and discharged in two days, U.S. researchers say. First author , an orthopedic surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, says the standard hospitalization for hip replacement is three to six days. Patients […]

Study Shows Fast Track Total Hip Replacement Surgery is Effective and Safe

New York- Jul 01, 2011

Generally healthy patients who undergo total hip replacement (THR) can be fast tracked to be discharged in two days compared with the standard three to six days, according to a new study by researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City. The study could help cut down […]

Large Study Shows Durability of Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair at 5 Years

ORTHOSuperSite- Apr 04, 2011

A large prospective study conducted by investigators from Hospital for Special Surgery shows that arthroscopic rotator cuff repair is effective and provides durable results 5 years after surgery, according to a Hospital for Special Surgery press release. The study, which was presented at the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons 2011 […]

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