David S. Feldman

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David Feldman

Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery;Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Orthopaedic Surgery

Contact Info

Address
301 East 17th Street
New York, NY 10003

212/533-5310


Research Interests

Clinical research on the outcome of treatment for Orthopedic conditions of Scoliosis, Hip dysplasia, limb lengthening and limb deformity.

Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease an overview with recent literature
Chaudhry, S; Phillips, D; Feldman, D
2014-07-02; 1936-9727,Bulletin of the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases - id: 1058932, year: 2014

Legg-Calve-Perthes disease an overview with recent literature
Chaudhry, S; Phillips, D; Feldman, D
2014-04-22; 1936-9719,Bulletin of the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases - id: 883792, year: 2014

Hip dysplasia in the skeletally mature patient
Goldstein, R Y; Kaye, I D; Slover, J; Feldman, D
2014-04-22; 1936-9719,Bulletin of the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases - id: 883782, year: 2014

Postoperative Spinal Fusion Care in Pediatric Patients: Co-management Decreases Length of Stay
Rosenberg, Rebecca E; Ardalan, Kaveh; Wong, Wai; Patel, Sonya; Simson, Gabrielle Gold-von; Feldman, David; Lonner, Baron; Petrizzo, Anthony; Poitevien, Patricia; Gertz, Shira J; Dreyer, Benard
2014-12-01; 2328-4633,Bulletin of the Hospital for Joint Diseases (2013) - id: 1359982, year: 2014 Journal Article

Does adding computed tomography change the diagnosis and treatment of tillaux and triplane pediatric ankle fractures?
Liporace, Frank A; Yoon, Richard S; Kubiak, Erik N; Parisi, Debra M; Koval, Kenneth J; Feldman, David S; Egol, Kenneth A
2012-03-01; 0147-7447,Orthopedics (Thorofare NJ) - id: 157682, year: 2012 Journal Article