Dr. Mark E. Pruzansky
Dr. Jason S. Pruzansky
975 Park Avenue New York, NY 10028

Dr. Jason Pruzansky, NYC’s Distinguished Board-Certified Hand Surgeon

Dr Pruzansky | November 3, 2020

Dr. Jason Pruzansky of HandSport Surgery Institute is one of NYC’s most distinguished Board Certified hand surgeons. To earn this honor, an orthopaedic surgeon must have demonstrated qualifications in hand surgery that are beyond those expected of other orthopaedic surgeons. Due to his additional training, research, and work with a high volume of diverse cases, […]

Dr. Jason Pruzansky of HandSport is Board Certified by The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Dr Pruzansky | September 7, 2017

The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) works to “ensure safe, ethical, and effective practice of orthopaedic surgery.” Additionally, ABOS maintains the highest standards for education, practice, and conduct through: Examination Certification Maintenance of certification for the benefit of the public Being certified by ABOS, Dr. Pruzansky takes on their vision to improve the quality of […]

Mount Sinai’s Focus on Healthy Aging Asks Dr. Pruzansky How to Cope with Hand Arthritis

Dr Pruzansky | November 30, 2016

New York City based Dr. Mark Pruzansky, a hand surgery and sports injury pioneer, was featured in Focus on Healthy Aging, the monthly newsletter from the world-renowned Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. The article, Coping With Arthritis in Your Hands, looks at self-help strategies and medications you can use to pain and maintain your range-of-motion. Dr. […]

Malcolm Mitchell of New England Patriots Out Four Weeks with Elbow Injury

Dr Pruzansky | August 24, 2016

Rookie wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell of the New England Patriots suffered an elbow injury in his first ever preseason game against the New Orleans Saints. In the second quarter Mitchell caught an 8-yard pass and tried to evade a tackle and maintain his balance by putting his hand on the ground. However, his arm twisted […]

The Evolutionary Link Between Fins and Hands

Dr Pruzansky | August 22, 2016

Today’s scientists are continuing the work started by Charles Darwin in the Victorian Age. He was limited to a simple microscope, they have biological tools. Darwin suggested that there were similarities in the limbs that humans, moles, horses, porpoises, and bats use for everyday utility and movement. Carl Zimmer’s article in the New York Times, […]