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Professional Statement

  • Dr. Stein treats all types of orthopedic injuries with a specialty in sports medicine. Unfortunately, he does not treat the foot or back. Sports medicine injuries include: shoulder dislocations, shoulder separations, shoulder instability, shoulder rotator cuff tears, knee ligament or cartilage tears, knee osteochondral defects, and ankle ligament injuries. He specializes in arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder, knee, and ankle. This includes arthroscopic shoulder rotator cuff repairs and shoulder stabilization procedures. Knee expertise includes arthroscopic ligament reconstructions and cartilage replacement procedures such as osteochondral autologous transfer surgery and autologous cartilage regeneration. He also performs joint replacement surgery for the knee and shoulder. Dr. Stein wishes to provide the highest quality orthopedic care to the community. This includes all aspects of patient care with an emphasis on patient education and rehabilitative treatments. He will be involved in community athletics including: high school athletics, recreational teams, and semi-professional organizations.
  • Dr. Stein believes in aggressive, non-operative treatment plans personally designed for each patient to try and avoid or postpone surgical treatment. This includes: home excercise program, physical therapy, bracing/splints, and/or injections. Injections include: corticosteroid, joint lubricant therapy, and platelet rich plasma injections (PRP).

Education & Training

  • Medical School - University of Pittsburgh
  • University of Pennsylvania, Fellowship in Sports Medicine
  • NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases Orthopaedic Institute, Residency in Orthopedic Surgery
  • New York University Medical Center, Internship in General Surgery
  • The Mount Sinai Hospital, Internship in Internal Medicine

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Awards and Publications

  • Arthroscopic Stabilization of Anterior Shoulder Instability: A Historical Perspective
  • The Incidence and Outcome of Patella Fractures after ACL Surgery
  • Anatomic Tibial Graft Fixation Using a Retrograde Bio-Interference Screw for Endoscopic Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
  • Arthroscopic Stabilization of Anterior Shoulder Instability: A Review of the Literature
  • Low-Energy Anterior Hip Dislocation in a Dancer: Case Report and Literature Review
  • Compartment Syndrome of the Hand Caused by CT Contrast Infiltration: A Case Report and Review of the Literature
  • The Effects of Radiofrequency Bipolar Thermal Energy on Human Meniscal Tissue
  • Prevention of Heterotopic Ossification at the Elbow Following Trauma Using Radiation Therapy
  • One-Portal Endoscopically Assisted Fasciotomy for Exertional Compartment Syndrome
  • Rotational Malalignment of the Patella
  • Proximal Realignment Operations of the Patella
  • Age and ACL Reconstruction Revisited
  • Current Concepts Review, Patellofemoral Arthritis

Professional Memberships

  • Arthroscopy Association of North America

Language Spoken

  • English