Research

At Montefiore, we believe the most important discoveries always start with a question: What if? How about? Why? Curiosity is the key to advancing the science of medicine. We ask these questions in the form of research and, in doing so, endeavor to make groundbreaking and innovative findings that translate to innovative, cutting-edge care. To learn more about our published and ongoing research, read more below.

Department Journal

Vol 3: Montefiore Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine & Surgery

Volume 3, Number 1, September 2019 — The Montefiore Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine and Surgery is focused on the exploration of topics imperative to the diagnoses, treatment, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions. To that end, our peer-reviewed journal endeavors to publish current clinical and basic science articles, as well as review articles and case reports relevant to its field. As the official publication of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Montefiore Medical Center, and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the journal is dedicated to both patient care and postgraduate medical education.

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Published research

A prospective, randomized, double-blinded study with crossover to determine the efficacy of radio-frequency nerve ablation for the treatment of heel pain

Adam S. Landsman; Dominic J. Catanese; Steven N. Wiener; Douglas H. Richie; Jason R. Hanft

Dominic J. Catanese May 2022

Thumb replantation

Sheel Sharma; S. Lin; A. Panozzo; R. Tepper; D. Friedman

Albert A. Panozzo May 2022

Safety and efficacy of image-guided retrocalcaneal bursa corticosteroid injection for the treatment of retrocalcaneal bursitis

Sean L. Boone; Robert Uzor; Eric Walter; Elizabeth Elsinger; Dominic Catanese; Kenny Ye; Shlomit Goldberg-Stein

Dominic J. Catanese Mar 2022

Treatment of distal humerus fractures in the elderly

Michael Hausman; Albert Panozzo

Albert A. Panozzo Feb 2022

Magnetically Controlled Growing Rods (MCGR) Versus Single Posterior Spinal Fusion (PSF) Versus Vertebral Body Tether (VBT) in Older Early Onset Scoliosis (EOS) Patients

Catherine Mackey; Regina Hanstein; Yungtai Lo; Majella Vaughan; Tricia St. Hilaire; Scott J. Luhmann; Michael G. Vitale; Michael P. Glotzbecker; Amer Samdani; Stefan Parent; Jaime A. Gomez

Jaime A. Gomez Feb 2022

Fluoroscopically guided retrocalcaneal bursa steroid injection

Shlomit A. Goldberg-Stein; Netanel Berko; Beverly Ann Thornhill; Elisabeth C. Elsinger; Eric Walter; Dominic J. Catanese; Daniel B. Popowitz

Dominic J. Catanese Feb 2022

The Effect of Surgeon Experience on Outcomes Following Growth Friendly Instrumentation for Early Onset Scoliosis

Michael J. Heffernan; Manaf Younis; Michael P. Glotzbecker; Sumeet Garg; Claudia Leonardi; Selina C. Poon; Jaysson T. Brooks; Peter F. Sturm; Paul D. Sponseller; Michael G. Vitale; John B. Emans; Benjamin D. Roye; Abdullah Saad Abdulfattah Abdullah; Behrooz Akbarnia; Jason Anari; John Anderson; Richard Anderson; Lindsay Andras; Laura Bellaire; Randy Betz; Craig Birch; Laurel Blakemore; Oheneba Boachie-Adjei; Chris Bonfield; Douglas Brockmeyer; Pat Cahill; Jason Cheung; Kenneth Cheung; Haemish Crawford; Alvin Crawford; Gokhan Demirkiran; Hazem El Sebaie; Ron El-Hawary; Mark Erickson; Frances Farley; Graham Fedorak; Ryan Fitzgerald; Nicholas Fletcher; Lorena Floccari; Jack Flynn; Peter Gabos; Adrian Gardner; Jaime Gomez; Tenner Guillaume; Purnendu Gupta; Kyle Halvorson; Kim Hammerberg; Christina Hardesty; Daniel Hedequist; Jacob F. Schulz

Jaime A. Gomez Feb 2022

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