Columbia Orthopedic Care in New York
Do you need orthopedic care? Don't let back or joint pain rob you of your quality of life. Even if you have had treatment, and it was not effective, Columbia Orthopedic can help.
Columbia Orthopedic has a state of the art facility with an impressive history of success treating musculoskeletal conditions in both adults and children.
Columbia Orthopedic has even received national recognition for their exemplary service. They are a part of the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center which was named to the 2011-2012 U.S. News and World Report Honor Roll of America's Best Hospitals.
One of the things that makes Columbia Orthopedic so successful is the amazing medical staff. Each of the doctors and surgeons is an expert in his or her field, and are constantly implementing the latest in cutting edge medicine and technologies. This culture of discovery and constant growth makes the team one of the most effective in orthopedic treatment and surgery.
But there is more to effective healthcare than having the brightest orthopedic surgeons and doctors available. Columbia Orthopedic also prides itself on a commitment to communication and attentive, compassionate care. Each patient is treated with respect, and given the time they need to ask questions and voice any concerns. How do our patients feel? We are proud to say patient feedback has consistently shown an appreciation for the level of patient care received.
Call Columbia Orthopedics to set up a consultation and experience the difference this combination of expertise and patient focus can bring to your recovery.
Columbia Orthopedics features a wide range of specialties including the following:
- Foot and Ankle
- Hand and Microvascular
- Hip and Knee
- Pediatric Orthopaedics
- Shoulder and Elbow
- Sports Medicine
- Sports Therapy
- Tumor and Bone Disease
From pediatric orthopedics to orthopedic care for adults, any sort of orthopedic trauma can be treated by the professionals on staff at Columbia Center for Shoulder, Elbow and Sports Medicine. If you are living in Northern New Jersey or Manhattan, NYC, call today.
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