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White Plains Hospital Center for Orthopedic & Spine Surgery

White Plains Hospital offers advanced orthopedic care to patients across the metropolitan region. Whether the goal is to relieve pain or restore function, our team of board-certified, fellowship-trained experts uses the latest surgical and non-surgical techniques to help return patients to their normal lifestyle as soon as possible.

White Plains Hospital Center for Spine Surgery

The Spine Center team at the Center for Spine Surgery consists of expert surgeons, physicians, nurses, physical therapists, physician assistants and care coordinators who collaborate to tailor a personalized plan of care. White Plains Hospital offers innovative surgical and nonsurgical therapies for the full range of spinal disease and disorders—from the simplest cases to the most complex.


Find out more about The Center for Spine Surgery

The Joint Preservation and Replacement Program at White Plains Hospital

Joint Replacement

White Plains Hospital's Joint Replacement Program is among the most comprehensive in the region, offering the full complement of surgical and nonsurgical treatment options to help patients with joint pain return to an active, healthy lifestyle as quickly as possible. Our program is certified by The Joint Commission, recognizing the high level of care we provide, and our dedicated Joint Coordinator provides a level of personal care not offered by many institutions. 

For those in need of hip surgery, we offer the less invasive and painful "anterior approach" to hip replacement leading to a faster return to normal pain free activities. Learn more here.

For patients needing a knee replacement, the advanced Mako robotic arm is a part of latest technology utilized every day by our surgeons. Learn more here.

Joint Preservation

The White Plains Hospital Joint Preservation Program is an alternative to hip replacement for younger more active patients with certain hip conditions that have not responded to non-operative treatment.  Avoiding a hip replacement in this younger patient population offers many advantages and the surgical techniques utilized are only performed by a small number of highly trained surgeons in the region.

Learn more about our Joint Preservation Program.