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. Pruzansky has earned the trust and esteem of his patients and peers.

In 2013, Dr. Jason Pruzansky began to distinguish himself by placing in the 100th percentile of all orthopedic surgery residents nationally in the orthopaedic in-training exam. He was also given the Mount Sinai Shining Star Award for his excellence in patient care.

Dr. Pruzansky completed a subspecialty fellowship in hand and upper extremity surgery at the University at Buffalo, noted for traumatology, reconstructive and microsurgery. During his time as a research fellow at the Philadelphia Hand Center, Dr. Pruzansky analyzed the use of surgical antibiotic prophylaxis and new minimally invasive surgical techniques to treat arthritis affecting the hand and wrist.

Fast forward to today, and Dr. Pruzansky has been named to the New York Super Doctors list for 2020. This special distinction is only given to outstanding doctors who have attained a high level of professional achievement.

Dr. Pruzansky works closely with patients of all ages and backgrounds to properly assess and diagnose their condition before creating a treatment plan designed to optimize their outcome. He personally provides all aspects of care to his patients, from conservative to surgical. His clinical focus includes wrist arthroscopy, distal radius and scaphoid fractures, trigger finger, osteoarthritis, tendon and ligament repairs of the hand and wrist, and endoscopic carpal tunnel release.

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