We treat every orthopaedic condition of the young and old: hip and knee arthritis, sports injuries, spinal deformities, hand, shoulder and foot disorders, trauma, and musculoskeletal tumors. This is why we are one of the best in the US
Over 100 Years of Orthopaedic Excellence
We will provide our patients with high-quality, compassionate care. We fulfill this promise by:
- Developing a treatment plan to get you back to your family and doing the things you love
- Crafting techniques for tiny surgical incisions and developing new materials
- Teaching our techniques to doctors around the world
- Holding our faculty to the highest clinical, academic and ethical standards
Full Spectrum of Patient Care
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery is a world leader in treating the full spectrum of musculoskeletal conditions – from sprains and strains your children experience on the athletic field to limb-sparing oncology procedures; from carpel tunnel syndrome to complex spinal reconstruction. You name it, we excel at it. Our doctors see more than 80,000 patients each year.
We specialize in:
|Foot & Ankle||Sports Medicine|
|Hand & Upper Extremity||Spine & Lower Back|
|Hip & Knee Replacement||Shoulder|
Making a gift to the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery enhances clinical care, develops new areas of research and advances our goal of educating the next generation of orthopaedic leaders. Your support of Orthopaedics also means better care and treatment for all patients.
Year in Review
At the end of each academic year, Harry Rubash, MD, Chief of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, summarizes the activities in the department, as well as the accomplishments of many of our members. You can read our most recent Chief's Report, and also browse through our previous Reports.