Armin M. Tehrany, M.D. – Top New York Orthopedic Surgeon


Manhattan Orthopedic Care
Orthopedic Surgeon
515 Madison Avenue - Suite 1102
P.O. Box: 10022
New York City
US
Phone: (212) 729-9200
Dr. Armin Tehrany is a top New York orthopedic surgeon and founder of Manhattan Orthopedic Care.

Dr. Tehrany specializes in minimally invasive surgery of the shoulder and knee, including rotator cuff repair and dislocation repair in the shoulder, as well as meniscus repair and ligament reconstruction in the knee. He believes that treatment of various conditions in the body should include both traditional allopathic and non-allopathic methods, ranging from conservative management to surgical intervention.

Dr. Tehrany has published and presented his research at numerous local, national, and international meetings on topics involving the shoulder, hip, and spine. He is a member of many organizations, including the Arthroscopy Association of North America and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He has served on the Board of Directors for the New York State Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons, as well as the Physicians Advisory Board for the New York County Medical Society. His current interests involve the development of minimally invasive techniques in the management of shoulder and knee disorders. His orthopedic research interests began at the Hospital for Special Surgery where he first published work on cartilage metabolism in 1993. He currently serves as a journal peer reviewer for Arthroscopy:  the Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery.

A native of New York City, Dr. Tehrany graduated from Polytechnic Preparatory Country Day School in Brooklyn where he has served on the Board of Governors. He completed his undergraduate training through the Brooklyn College 7-year BA/MD program and received his medical degree from the New York University School of Medicine. He completed his residency training in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan.  During that period, he worked with the team physicians for the New York Jets, New York Rangers, and New York Islanders. He then went on to complete a one-year fellowship in arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder with one of the field’s noted pioneers, Dr. Stephen Burkhart, through Baylor College of Medicine in Texas. Currently, Dr. Tehrany serves as Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in Manhattan.

 

Faculty:
  • Assistant Clinical Professor, Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY
  • Associate Medical Director, Madison Square Garden
Fellowship (Sports/Arthroscopy):
  • Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
Residency:
  • Lenox Hill Hospital (Adult Orthopedics) New York, NY
  • Harvard Children’s Hospital (Pediatric Orthopedics) Boston, MA
Medical School:
  • New York University School of Medicine (didactic/clinical)
  • Hospital for Special Surgery (basic/clinical research) New York, NY
Undergraduate:
  • CUNY-Brooklyn College 7-year BA/MD program
  • Polytechnic Preparatory Country Day School, Brooklyn, NY

 

Publications

As an orthopedic specialist Dr. Tehrany is one of the most sought-after orthopedic surgeons in New York to provide expert thoughts on orthopedic topics, mostly related to shoulder or knee injuries.

Dr. Tehrany has contributed many orthopedic articles which have been featured in various prestigious publications about Orthopedics.

Following is a list of part of Dr. Tehrany’s publications:

  • Arthroscopy Journal: Massive Rotator Cuff Tears: Results of Arthroscopic Partial Repair(SS-53) – (2007)
  • Arthroscopy Journal: The Subscapularis Footprint An Anatomic Description (2007)
  • Arthroscopy Journal: Arthroscopic Subscapularis Tendon Repair: Technique And Preliminary Results (2002)
  • Arthroscopy Journal: Quantifying Glenoid Bone Loss Arthroscopically In Shoulder Instability (2002)
  • The American Journal of Orthopedics: Five Points On Rotator Cuff Repair (2005)
  • Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: Chiari I Malformation And Spinal Cord Injury: Cause For Concern In Contact Athletes? (1996)
  • Prostaglandins: Effects of misoprostol and prostaglandin E2 on proteoglycan biosynthesis and loss in unloaded and loaded articular cartilage explants (1996)
Manhattan Orthopedic Care
515 Madison Avenue, Suite 1102 New YorkNY10022 USA 
 • (212) 729-9200