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

Kings’ Cauley-Stein Suffers Open Dislocation to Finger

Dr Pruzansky | December 11, 2015

Sacramento Kings’ Willie Cauley-Stein exited last Thursday night’s Kings’ game late in the fourth quarter against the Boston Celtics in Mexico City due to a hand or finger injury. Cauley-Stein was originally thought to have suffered a simple laceration to his hand. However, surgeons with similar expertise to hand surgeons Dr. Mark E. Pruzansky and Dr. Jason S. Pruzansky […]

Fitzpatrick to Play Sunday Through Pain in Healing Hand

Dr Pruzansky | November 21, 2015

Ryan Fitzpatrick says he’s ready to take on the Texans after waiting only a week after surgery to repair a ligament tear in his non-throwing thumb. Jets coach Todd Bowles says Fitzpatrick fully participated in practice last Thursday after sitting out from team drills earlier in the week. Fitzpatrick will continue wearing a protective glove, which he […]

76ers’ Nerlens Noel Sits Out Again Due to Wrist Injury

Dr Pruzansky | November 19, 2015

For the second game in a row, 76er’s star player Nerlens Noel sat out due to a wrist injury. According to sources, he has noticeable bruising on his right wrist and hand. The Sixers say that he suffered the basketball injury when he fell during their recent loss against the Cavaliers. Noel was able to participate in practice […]

Jets’ Fitzpatrick Undergoes Hand Surgery

Dr Pruzansky | November 16, 2015

New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick underwent thumb ligament surgery on Friday, November 13th. He will likely play splinted and taped or casted for 5 weeks or more.  Recovery is generally complete with rehabilitation. As it’s his left, non-throwing hand, he is scheduled to play against the Texans November 22nd.

Jets’ Fitzpatrick to Undergo Thumb Ligament Surgery

Dr Pruzansky | November 10, 2015

New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick’s thumb metacarpal phalangeal joint ligament surgery has been moved up to 11/13, because delay generally leads to greater surgery, stiffness, and weakness. Within a few weeks of injury the torn ligament shortens, necessitating the use of a tendon graft from the forearm to reconstruct the irreparable original ligament. Playing with […]