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Center Taps Interdisciplinary Expertise for Seamless Musculoskeletal Care
Integrating advanced clinical practice, innovative rehabilitation techniques and cutting-edge research, NYU Langone's Center for Musculoskeletal Care opened its doors to patients in mid-March 2012. The 110,000 square-foot facility takes up three brightly light, expansive floors in 333 East 38th Street, a few blocks further north from the main campus along First Avenue.
Services at CMC include a total joint replacement center, a Spine Center, Sports Medicine Center, Center for Arthritis and Autoimmunity, Rusk outpatient therapy including physiatric services, center for diagnostic imaging, Pain Management Center, Sports Performance Center, Infusion Center, and enrollment in clinical trials and research activities. In a unique setting for seamless integrated care, patients can see their doctor and receive physical therapy and occupational therapy, rehabilitation, pain management and radiology services, all at a single location. To learn more about the clinical services at CMC or to make an appointment, visit the CMC website or call 646-501-7070.
The design and layout of the facility encourages collaboration between, clinicians, physician-scientists and researchers. A dramatic open stairway connects its three floors, while circulation patterns for both staff and patients also emphasize interconnections. Natural light from large windows facing the East River permeates many of the facility's public spaces and offices, adding to an overall warm and comfortable environment.
More on the state-of-the-art Center for Musculoskeletal Care is here.