Ortho Manhattan

New York, NY

Ortho Manhattan

The Most Advanced Orthopedic Care In Manhattan

OrthoManhattan is a multi-specialty orthopedic surgery practice which brings together an outstanding group of experienced “Top Doctors” to comprehensively treat all of your musculoskeletal problems. As a private-academic practice with a primary affiliation at NYU Langone Medical Center, we are able to provide a concierge level of care while continuing to actively engage in research and the teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows.

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Address & Contact

485 MADISON AVENUE 8TH FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY 10022
PHONE: 212.203.3324

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The Power of Clutter & Controlling Impulses

First, Dr. Alton Barron, MD. Alton is a board-certified orthopedic shoulder, elbow and hand surgeon specializing in complex upper limb problems including a whole bunch of things I don’t understand (severe arthritis requiring shoulder and elbow arthroplasty, nonunions and malunions of fractures, severe nerve injuries requiring microsurgery and tendon transfers, contact sports and throwing injuries). […]

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Recent Blog

The Mission of The Musician Treatment Foundation

Everyone knows the story about the starving artist. But what happens when the artist breaks their arm? Is that the end of their career? I don’t think it should be. That’s why I created the Musician Treatment Foundation (MTF). What is The Musician Treatment Foundation? The Musician Treatment Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to […]

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The Musician Treatment Foundation

The Musician Treatment Foundation (MTF) provides surgical and related care for the shoulder, elbow, and hand injuries of under- and uninsured professional musicians so they can maintain their livelihoods and keep the music playing for us all. MTF is dedicated to fostering a world that cares for its injured musicians regardless of their ability to pay.

On average, professional musicians spend over 90% of their time performing live on the road, away from personal and medical support systems. Injuries can arise at any moment from the repetitive intensity of playing instruments, and from unexpected accidents. With this in mind, we are launching the first nonprofit of its kind – in design, scope, and breadth – to fund and facilitate upper limb treatment and continuity of care for needful musicians at home and on tour.

SEE OUR EFFORTS TO KEEP THE MUSIC PLAYING ►