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Below a list of conditions we specialize in
- Children’s fractures of the hand and wrist
- Webbed fingers (syndactyly)
- Extra fingers (polydactyly)
- Congenital differences of the hand
- Little league elbow
- Brachial plexus birth palsy
- Cerebral palsy
- Finger stiffness in children
- Curved fingers
In the News
- 13 Highly Effective Treatments For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Pediatric Connection
- Text Claw: How To Alleviate Pain From Too Much Smartphone Use
- Higher reoperation rates after flexor tendon repair found in older patients
- Injectable hyaluronan for the treatment of carpometacarpal osteoarthritis: open label pilot trial
- What Is Text Claw? (And Why It’s Not The Same As Carpal Tunnel Syndrome — Yet)
- Grand Rounds from HSS
- Horizon Newsletter 2009
- Horizon Newsletter Spring 2013
- Horizon Newsletter Spring 2014
- Hand Fellowship Booklet 2013
- CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
- HSS Profile
- Multi-ligament Knee Injury With Common Peroneal Nerve Palsy
- Expensive Arthritis Treatment No Better Than Steroid Therapy
- Removal Of Volar Plates After Distal Radius Fracture
- Changing The Game: Discoveries Leading To Cures
- A Study Of Hyaluronan (SYNVISC) For The Treatment Of Osteoarthritis In The Thumb: Randomized Control Trial
- Coping with Wrist Injuries
- Pediatric Orthopaedics for the Primary Care Provider
- Hospital for Special Surgery Orthopaedics Manual (BOOK)
- Hospital for Special Surgery Orthopaedics Manual (PUBMED)
Frequently asked questions
We see patients at our primary office
523 East 72nd St 4th floor
New York, NY 10021
And in the pediatric orthopaedic clinic of the Hospital for Special Surgery
535 East 70th St 5th floor
New York, NY 10021
See also the map in out Appointment section
We treat surgical problems of the hand and elbow in adults, including stiff elbows, carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger fingers, fractures, etc.
We also specialize in problems affecting the upper extremities of children, both congenital and acquired.
These include simple hand fractures, congenital differences of the hand, syndactyly (webbed fingers), extra fingers or toes, shortened fingers, absent fingers, children’s sports injuries of the hand or elbow, brachial plexus birth palsies, arthrogryposis and cerebral palsy.
See also our Conditions Treated section.
There is limited street parking, but there are multiple parking lots in our area.
The parking garage closest to our office is located at 525 East 72nd Street. Rates may vary.
The nearest subway stops are on the 6 train at 68th street or 77th street on Lexington Avenue. The second avenue subway line will add additional service (Q and T lines) beginning in 2016.
Yes. Please call or email us to set up an appointment.
If there is an urgent issue, such as a fracture that needs special attention, please let us know and we will do our best to get your child evaluated as soon as possible.
At the Hospital for Special Surgery, at 535 East 70th Street, New York NY 10021
Yes. We have a division dedicated to pediatric anesthesia and pediatric pain management.
Yes. Our primary affiliation is with the Hospital for Special Surgery. We are also affiliated with (and Dr. Daluiski is faculty at) Weill Medical College of Cornell University and practice at the New York Presbyterian Hospital, Cornell Campus.
Dr. Daluiski is a member and Director of Education for the Hand/Upper Extremity Division and a member of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Division of the Hospital for Special Surgery.
We participate with:
- Oxford Insurance (all plans)
- United Healthcare Choice Plus, PPO
- BC/BS of New York EPO/POS/HMO/CHP/PPO
- BC/BS Out of State PPO ONLY
- Aetna PPO/HMO
If you have out of network benefits we can often work with you and your insurance company to make sure that you or your child can be cared for here at HSS.
We are able to see many children with Medicaid and without any insurance through the Lerner Pediatric Orthopaedic Center at HSS. Please contact our main office number or make an appointment directly at 212-606-1267.
We try our best to accommodate patient in a timely manner, especially emergencies. Please call us to make an appointment.
Yes! Please see our blog section