Associate Director of the Paley Institute and leader of the Spine Deformity Center and Hip Pain Center. Previously Chief of Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery and a professor of Orthopedic Surgery and pediatrics at NYU Langone Medical Center/NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases.
I specialize in orthopedic surgery and sub-specialize in spinal deformities, severe limb and hip deformities
Dr. Feldman is an internationally recognized orthopedic expert and world-renowned surgeon, and has treated patients from all over the world. Our team is happy to assist in coordinating your travel to allow for a smooth experience to receive the care that you and your family deserve.
4.7 average score on healthgrades
"Other doctors focused on amputation and didn't give us any hope that she would walk again. Dr. Feldman said that she would walk again. He was right." - Joslyn's Mom
"From where she is now compared to where she started is just amazing. Shortly after both surgeries were done, she started walking." - Joslyn's Dad
"What a journey during these past 12 weeks. A seemingly simple broken wrist while rollerblading with dogs proving anything but simple in terms of affecting day to day life! Fortunately, my neighbor is a world famous orthopedic surgeon and I am so blessed to have been under his treatment. After resetting my wrist, all I had to do was sit still to allow healing, and avoid surgery. Life had to continue. - Annika
"I dove competitively all throughout middle and high school. Dealing with hip pain throughout those years I was still able to finish 3rd in the State my senior year. Diving throughout college now at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL with a club team and the college masters division, my hip pain came back with a vengeance and forced me to not only discontinue practices" - Amy
A Facebook Live video with Dr. Feldman in which he discusses conditions, treatment plans and answers related questions.
Over the past 5 years we have drastically improved the care of the Arthrogrypotic flexion contractures of the knee and hip without external fixation. The above graph shows the outcome in over 100 knees and hips demonstrating the success in achieving straight functional limbs with an increased range of motion.