You Don’t Need to Run to Have Runner’s Knee

Beth Shubin Stein, MD, Associate Attending Orthopedic Surgeon Sabrina Strickland, MD, Associate Attending Orthopedic Surgeon HSS Patellofemoral Center Do you feel pain in the front of your knees when going down stairs? Does knee pain interfere with your ability to walk, run, kneel, squat, or stand up comfortably? Has your knee ever “given out” on you? If you answered yes … Read More

Watch Patellofemoral Instability Webinar

Dr. Shubin Stein recently moderated a webinar entitled “Patellofemoral Instability – How and When to Fix it and How to Avoid Complications”. The webinar is now available for streaming. Click here to watch the webinar »

Dr. Shubin Stein featured in Science Today

Science Daily has recently published an article highlighting a retrospective review of 105 patients who underwent MPFL reconstructions with Beth E. Shubin Stein, MD, with a 10 year follow up. Dr. Shubin Stein is quoted in the article saying, “With this study, we found that MPFL reconstruction is a safe and effective treatment for patients with patellofemoral instability even if … Read More

HSS Back In The Game

The Hospital for Special Surgery web site includes a section entitled “Back in the Game”. This section features stories of patients who have recovered thanks to the help of HSS doctors. We invite you to visit the link below to read stories from some of Dr. Shubin Stein’s patients. Dr. Shubin Stein’s patient stories on Back in the Game »

Dr. Shubin Stein featured on ABC 7 News

Dr. Shubin Stein is featured in a recent segment on WABC ABC 7 News. The segment is entitled “Runner Overcomes the Odds to Run the NYC Marathon”. It highlights the treatment Dr. Shubin Stein provided to Viviana Denig, and Denig’s return to running. Watch the segment »

Ask the Expert: Dr. Shubin Stein Answers Your Questions on Treating Knee Pain

Dr. Shubin Stein has been featured on the Hospital for Special Surgery’s blog. In the article, Dr. Shubin Stein provides a FAQ for treating knee pain. When asked if heat or cold is better for treating knee pain, Dr. Shubin Stein answers, “Heat is good for muscle tightness or soreness, but cold therapy is better to decrease inflammation (i.e swollen … Read More