Knee New York City
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Tears
- Chondromalacia Patella
- Ilitotibial Band Syndrome
- Knee Dislocations
- Lateral Collateral Ligament Injuries
- Medial Collateral Ligament Injuries
- Meniscus Tears
- Osgood Schlatter’s Disease
- Osteochondral Injury
- Patellofemoral Syndrome
- Patella Fractures
- Patellar Instability and dislocatons
- Patellar Tendonitis
- Patellar Tendon Ruptures
- Posterolateral Corner Injury
- Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries
- Quadrieps Ruptures
- Quadriceps Tendonitis
- Runners’ Knee
- Tibia Plateau Fractures
- ACL Reconstruction Hamstring Tendon
- ACL Reconstruction Patellar Tendon
- ACL Reconstruction Allografts
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction
- Arthoroscopy of the Knee Joint
- Cartilage Transplantation
- Fracture Management
- Meniscal Repair
- MPFL Reconstruction
- Multiple Ligament Reconstruction
- Patellar Realignment
- PCL Reconstruction
- PRP Injections
- Tendon Repair
- Tibial Osteotomies
The knee is integral to staying mobile. It’s one of the most complex joints in the human body due to the overall size as well as the unique way it’s structured. For the same reasons, it’s also one of the most frequently injured joints in the body. The knee is comprised of 5 major components:
Bones – the knee is where the femur meets the tibia and patella (your kneecap.)
Articular cartilage – the ends of the bones listed above and the back of the patella are covered in articular cartilage. It helps your bones glide smoothly as your leg moves.
The Meniscus – You actually have two menisci in each knee. They’re wedge-shaped pieces of cartilage that act as shock absorbers between your femur and tibia.
Ligaments – The bones in your knee are connected by ligaments. The knee has some of the most famous ligaments – the collateral ligaments and the cruciate ligaments.
Tendons – Your muscles are connected to bone via tendons.
The knee is one of the most frequently injured joints in the body. The most common injuries include fractures, dislocations, anterior cruciate ligaments, posterior cruciate ligaments, collateral ligament injuries, and injuries to the meniscus and tendons. If you hurt your knee, it’s important that you make an appointment with an orthopedic knee doctor!
OrthoManhattan is comprised of top orthopedic surgeons in their respective fields. If you’re looking for an orthopedic knee doctor, you’re in the right place! We’d love nothing more than to get you back to doing the things you love – all you have to do is make an appointment.
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COVID-19 Update from OrthoManhattan:
Your staff and doctors at OrthoManhattan are with you here in the heart of Manhattan, the U.S. epicenter of the global coronavirus pandemic. We continue to work and care for you, our patients. Given the current and worsening overload of our fine NY hospitals, we are available to triage and care for your acute orthopedic needs, be they tendon ruptures, skin lacerations, joint sprains and dislocations and broken bones. In an effort to offload our urgent and emergency care facilities, we are happy to take your calls and arrange for either a telemedicine consultation or an in-person visit and treatment at our office at 485 Madison Avenue (at 52nd street.) Stay safe and know that we are here to help keep you as healthy and well as possible.