Dr. Stuchin Appears on the Martha Stewart Show!
Monday, September 10, 2007
Dr. Steve Stuchin, an accomplished leader in the field of Orthopaedic Surgery, lends his trusted expertise to the Martha Stewart Show for the episode first aired September 10, 2007 as he answers questions about one of his specialties, Total Hip Replacement. He is proud to have been selected as a premier authority on the subject, and is delighted to have an opportunity to give guidance and advice to those seeking relevant and detailed information on the topic. Martha, who had recently undergone a Total Hip Replacement herself, with Dr. Stuchin as her surgeon, will be learning more about the procedure and speaking of its impact on the lives of its candidates.
Physician Profile: Steven A. Stuchin, MD
Dr. Stuchin is Director of Orthopaedic Surgery at New York University
Hospital for Joint Diseases and Chief of the Arthritis Management
Service. He is a consultant to the United States Food and Drug Administration
Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Panel. He has served as a consultant to
the National Institute of Health. He has been listed regularly as
one of the Best Doctors in New York Magazine. He serves on the editorial
board of several orthopaedic and biomedical journals. He has written
eight book chapters and forty seven scientific publications in the
fields of Arthritis Surgery, Hip and Knee Replacement, and Hand Wrist
and Elbow Surgery. He is the recipient of numerous private and industry
grants and honors including the Orthopaedic Research and Education
Foundation Research Grant, and the Vohs Quality Award.
His current research interests include: the design and evaluation
of total hip and knee replacements, enhanced minimally invasive surgical
techniques, advancing the coordinated care of patients with rheumatoid
and other inflammatory forms of arthritis, and improving surgical
techniques in problems of the hand wrist and elbow.