Dr. Sabrina Strickland
Orthopedic Sports Surgeon
“My goal as an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine is to return my patients to their active lifestyle.”Learn more about me
“My goal as an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine is to return my patients to their active lifestyle. For some this might mean an Ironman competition, while for others it is a walk around NYC.”
– Dr. Sabrina Strickland
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What our patients say
I just wanted to take a moment and share my story and wonderful experience with The Womans Sports Medicine Clinic and Doctor Sabrina Strickland at the Hospital for Special Surgery. As you can see, I am not “local” to NYC. It is an effort to come to Manhattan, but the effort it well worth it.
The entire experience at HSS has been positive and singularly focused on getting me back to sports. I cannot thank you or Sr. Strickland enough for giving me my life back…
As someone who uses a wheelchair, and who has a very active life style, healthy shoulders are vital. I have returned to skiing, kayaking, and wheelchair marathoning and have fully resumed my normal activities.Kirsty
I came to Dr. Strickland scared, anxious, and in immense pain as a result of a significant shoulder injury. From the outset Dr. Strickland balanced compassion and kindness with extreme thoroughness and competency. She recognized right away that my situation required a sense of urgency and in facilitating an immediate MRI she was able to quickly uncover and repair an issue that would have likely caused lifelong pain had it not been corrected in a timely manner.Jerrell Antley
I hear this question quite frequently. Whether it be from my medical student mentees or from the residents and fellows I teach. The answer is that I love orthopedics for many reasons. For one, the fact I help improve a patient’s quality of life is immeasurable....read more
Patients come in all the time asking if I can replace or repair the damaged cartilage in their knee. I wish I could answer yes every time, but this isn’t always the case. When we think of cartilage lesions we sometimes use the term “pothole” to describe the...read more
Question of the day: Would patients prefer to communicate with their surgeon electronically more than coming into the office? I think the answer depends on the patient, the type of problem they are facing, and what the office visit was supposed to accomplish....read more
“I look forward to taking care of you.”
– Dr. Sabrina Strickland MD
Patella (Kneecap) Instability
Patellar Pain and Arthritis
Knee Chondromalacia, Arthritis, and Tendonitis
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)
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