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At NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital, formerly known as The Hospital for Joint Diseases, our doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals provide the highest quality medical and surgical care for the prevention, treatment and prevention. rehabilitation of orthopedic, musculoskeletal, rheumatic and neurological conditions, as well as other related diseases and injuries.

Our medical team provides surgical care for inpatient and outpatient adults, as well as specialist care for conditions such as brain damage, joint pain, osteoporosis and overuse injuries. Rusk Rehabilitation physiatrists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, rehabilitation nurses and speech therapists provide care to adults and children. Rehabilitation therapy for children is provided by the Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital in NYU Langone.

At NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital, our experts provide specialist care for people with orthopedic, musculoskeletal and neurological disorders.

We also provide on-site radiology services and emergency care for orthopedic injuries at the Samuels Orthopedic Immediate Care Center.

Our tradition of research to improve treatments has led to innovative programs that deal with pain and injury in the workplace. We also help injured and disabled people to resume their daily activities as quickly as possible. In addition, we lead programs to train future medical experts to deliver the same high quality care we have been known for over the past century.

Dr Justin G. Lamont with patient

Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Justin G. Lamont meets a patient.

We accomplish all of this by focusing on our number one priority: the health and safety of our patients. The work of our doctors is based on the expertise of our anesthesiology, neurology, physiatry, rehabilitation and radiology teams. Our nursing staff provide the advanced and specialized care you expect from a world-class hospital and have received Magnet® recognition of nursing excellence for the second consecutive time by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.


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