Dr. Roy Davidovitch Recognized for Being the Orthopedic Surgeon Who Put NYU Langone’s Hip Center On The Map

Published on November 12, 2020

Dr. Roy Davidovitch, one of our Orthopedic Surgeons here at OrthoManhattan and top Hip Specialists in New York, recently spoke with the New York Lifestyles Magazine about some of the ground breaking hip techniques he’s mastered and what he’s working

QR codes could provide patients way to keep them out of emergency rooms

Published on June 7, 2020

A study showed the codes printed on children’s casts helped parents, OrthoManhattan’s Dr. Alton Barron lends his expertise to ABC News.   When your child fractures a bone and gets a cast, the experience can be very overwhelming for both

Dr. Stieber Speaks On Kevin Hart’s Severe Spinal Injury and His Road to Recovery

Published on November 28, 2019

Dr. Jonathan Stieber, Director of the Spine Center at OrthoManhattan, recently sat with Inside Edition to discuss the severity of Kevin Hart’s x-rays following a severe car crash. “There are patients with x-rays like his (Kevin Hart) that are in

Hobbies that can make you a better doctor | Dr. Alton Barron Speaks to MDLinx

Published on November 8, 2019

Excerpt taken from MDLinx.com Over the past decade, medical students and residents have exhibited a marked decline in the manual dexterity skills necessary for completing basic clinical procedures—and it may stem from their lack of hands-on hobbies, according to a

UT graduate Dr. O. Alton Barron aims to heal Austin musicians | Dr. Barron Launches MTF

Published on October 16, 2019

Dr. Alton Barron, upper extremity surgeon and music fanatic, recently spoke with Austin’s American Statesman about the Musician Treatment Foundation that he founded and the importance of treating the injuries of our local professional musicians. The Musician Treatment Foundation was

When The Patient Picks The Playlist | Dr. Barron Writes for ASSH

Published on August 5, 2019

OrthoManhattan’s Dr. Alton Barron wrote a piece for the American Society for the Surgery of the Hand about the role of music in his operating room, and it’s profound impact on the patient’s experience. Dr. Barron writes: ‘The choice of


Published on July 5, 2019

More than 500 patients have been treated with the newly FDA approved Barricaid annular closure device, but only in Europe. Manufactured by Woburn, Massachusetts-based Intrinsic Therapeutics, Barricaid was tested in a European multicenter, randomized controlled trial involving 554 patients. The

Titanium Bone-Anchored Implants Used for the First Time to Repair Annular Defects During Diskectomies | Dr. Jonathan Stieber Speaks to Clinical Pain Advisor

Published on June 21, 2019

For the first time in the United States, titanium bone-anchored implants were used to repair large annular defects during diskectomies. These surgeries were initially performed in May 2019 at New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center following US Food and

Drs. Jonathan Stieber, Michael Smith perform 1st US disc herniation repair with Intrinsic Therapeutics system at NYU Langone

Published on June 12, 2019

Two NYU Langone Health surgeons performed the first surgical procedure in the U.S. for disc herniation using the Barricaid system from Intrinsic Therapeutics, according to a Newswise report.   Three things to know: 1.  OrthoManhattan’s Jonathan Stieber, MD, clinical assistant professor in

Research Points to Ways to Reduce Opioid Use Following Common Orthopedic Surgeries

Published on March 12, 2019
Roy Davidovitch

New research presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) 2019 Annual Meeting reports on the results of a major undertaking by the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at NYU Langone Health to curb opioid prescriptions and usage rates following common orthopedic

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