This conference focuses on the practical applications of hockey medicine across all ages. It addresses the safety, health issues, injuries and treatment surrounding the sport of hockey with application to youth, collegiate, recreational and professional players. The program is geared towards educating on the safety, etiology and treatment of hockey related injuries. Case studies are used throughout the conference to demonstrate the clinical implications of what has been presented in each of the lectures.
Dr. Jazrawi, Chief of Sports Medicine at NYU Langone Orthopedics, was recently interviewed by U.S. News and World Report for an article on cell therapies in sports medicine. The full article, “Stem Cells May Hold the Fix,” was printed in the latest 'Best Hospitals' issue of U.S. News and World Report.
At the 16th Annual Dean’s Honors Day held in Farkas Auditorium, Dr. Jazrawi was promoted to Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the NYU School of Medicine. This is in recognition of his distinguished accomplishments and profound contributions to the community of scholars in fulfilling the mission of the school during his time as Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery.
The treatment of rotator cuff tears has evolved dramatically over the past several years. Rotator cuff repair techniques have improved significantly in past several years with gradual transition to more arthroscopic repairs. This half-day program will focus on the most up-to-date information on the treatment of rotator cuffs from the basic science, clinical assessment, and surgical options, to post-op rehabilitation and outcomes.
This program will address the biologic approach to the treatment of cartilage injuries, using marrow stimulation techniques, osteochondral grafting and cell-based repair methods to fill symptomatic defects.