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Steven Sheskier, M.D., M.S.

Clinical Assistant Professor;
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery (Orthopaedic Surgery)

Clinical Addresses

NEW YORK, NY 10003
Hours: Tue. 1 - 4:30; Wed. 12 - 6:30; Fri. 8 - 11
Phone: 212-604-1366
Fax: 212-604-1379

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Medical Specialties

Orthopaedic Surgery

Medical Expertise

Achilles Tendon Tears, Fracture Surgery, Foot/Ankle Surgery, Ankle Replacement, Sports Medicine W/Arthroscopy, Achilles Tendonitis, Ankle Surgery, Sports Medicine

Clinical Responsibilities

Dr. Sheskier is a board certified orthopedic surgeon that has been servicing the foot and ankle needs of the Tri-state area for over 20 years. He has particular expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of complex foot and ankle problems including re-do or "revision" surgery. He is the senior member of the Foot and Ankle service at the NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases where he was the co-director of the Foot service with Dr. Melvin Jahss before resuming private practice.He co-founded the Diabetic Foot and Ankle center at NYU-HJD and remains an active member of its staff.He is involved in overseas outreach projects most recently in Vietnam and Cuba. He is an active member of the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society and the Arthroscopy Association of North America. He also is a consultant to the New York Rangers hockey team and the Joffery School of Ballet.


Medicare, No Fault, Oxford Freedom Plan, Oxford Liberty, Oxford Medicare, UHC EPO, UHC HMO, UHC MEDICARE, UHC POS, UHC PPO, UHC TOP TIER, United Indemnity

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Board Certification

2011 — Ab Orthopaedic Surgery - Orthopaedic Surgery


1982-1984 — St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital, Residency Training
1984-1987 — University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Residency Training
1987-1988 — University of Texas Medical School, Clinical Fellowships

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All data from NYU Health Sciences Library Faculty Bibliography — -


Total ankle replacement evolution of the technology and future applications
Yu, J J; Sheskier, S
2014 March 2014;72(1):120-128, Bulletin of the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
— id: 883682, year: 2014, vol: 72, page: 120, stat: Journal Article,

Combined ankle and talus fractures: A case report
Weatherall, J; Schwarzkopf, R; Sheskier, S
2013 June 2013;71(2):161-165, Bulletin of the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
— id: 558042, year: 2013, vol: 71, page: 161, stat: Journal Article,

Fractures of the proximal fifth metatarsal - keeping up with the joneses
Ding, Bryan C; Weatherall, Justin M; Mroczek, Kenneth J; Sheskier, Steven C
2012 ;70(1):49-55, Bulletin of the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases
— id: 178125, year: 2012, vol: 70, page: 49, stat: Journal Article,

Foot and shoe size mismatch in three different new york city populations
Schwarzkopf, Ran; Perretta, Donato J; Russell, Tara A; Sheskier, Steven C
2011 Jul-Aug;50(4):391-394, Journal of foot & ankle surgery
— id: 134722, year: 2011, vol: 50, page: 391, stat: Journal Article,

Technical Tip: Use of the Kerrison Rongeur Through a Single-Incision Exposure for Resection of Haglund's Deformity
Min, William; Ding, Bryan C; Sheskier, Steven
2010 Nov;31(11):1028-1031, Foot & ankle international
— id: 116230, year: 2010, vol: 31, page: 1028, stat: Journal Article,

Charcot neuroarthropathy in the era of HAART
Oh-Park, Mooyeon; Dove, Cyaandi; Sheskier, Steve; Sheehan, Peter
2006 Jan 21;367(9506):274-274, Lancet
— id: 73400, year: 2006, vol: 367, page: 274, stat: Journal Article,

MRI of medial malleolar bursa
Brown, Robert R; Sadka Rosenberg, Zehava; Schweitzer, Mark E; Sheskier, Steven; Astion, Donna; Minkoff, Jeffrey
2005 Mar;184(3):979-983, American journal of roentgenology
— id: 72979, year: 2005, vol: 184, page: 979, stat: Journal Article,

Osteochondral lesions of the talar dome
Finger, Alexander; Sheskier, Steven C
2003 ;61(3-4):155-159, Bulletin (Hospital for Joint Diseases)
— id: