Craig H Dushey, MD
- ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR | Orthopaedics
Dr. DuShey is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. His areas of specialized training for the hip include minimal incision hip replacement, hip arthroscopy, hip fracture repair, hip resurfacing, and revision of failed hip replacements. His areas of specialized training for the knee include total knee replacement, partial knee replacement, knee arthroscopy, and revision of failed knee replacements. Dr. Dushey is an avid proponent of patient education and works with each patient to tailor a treatment plan that addresses the specific needs and expectations of each individual.He completed his General Orthopedic training at Yale School of Medicine and the Yale-New Haven Hospital. He completed his specialty training in hip and knee surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery. His areas of specialized training for the hip include minimal incision hip replacement, hip arthroscopy, hip fracture repair, and revision of failed hip replacements. His areas of specialized training for the knee include total knee replacement, partial knee replacement, knee arthroscopy, and revision of failed knee replacements.
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
MD, Yale School of Medicine
Internship, General Surgery, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Residency, Surgery/Orthopedics, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Fellowship, Reconstructive Surgery, Hospital for Special Surgery
Total Knee Arthroplasty in Patients Younger Than Thirty Years Dushey C, Figgie M
This study examines the preoperative diagnoses and post-operative outcomes of patients under thirty years of age undergoing total knee arthroplasty. Special attention is paid to those patients with a preoperative diagnosis of failed ACL reconstruction.
Cartilage Integrity in the Lateral and Patello-Femoral Compartments of Varus Knees Dushey C, Boettner F, Hass S
This study investigates the integrity of cartilage in the lateral and patello-femoral compartments of varus knees. The integrity of this cartilage is a key factor in the surgical decision to proceed with either uni-condylar or total knee replacement. X-rays, MRIs and biomechanical testing will be used to determine which parameters best predict ultimate cartilage integrity.
Dr. Dushey has been engaged in scientific research for the past 14 years, participating in projects at the Hospital for Special Surgery, Yale University, and Mount Sinai Hospital. He is currently investigating the durability of knee replacements in young patients and patient decision-making before hip replacement.
Short-term Complications Following TKA: A CERT Database Study Dushey C, Alexiades M, Westrich G
This study documents all medical and implant related complications occurring within the first six months following TKA, to determine the rates of individual complications and predisposing risk factors.
Gelb BD MD, Dushey CH MD. Characterization of novel cathepsin K mutation in the pro and mature polypeptide regions causing pycnodysostosis. J Clin Invest 1999 Mar; 103 (5): 73.;.
Dushey CH MD, Keggi KJ MD. Treatment of Crowe Type IV Hip Dysplasia in an adult with one-stage primary total hip arthroplasty followed by traction and closed reduction: A Case Report and review of the literature. Submitted . J of Arthroplasty;.
Dushey CH MD, Pelker RP MD. Time Allocation in TKA: Identification of Bottleneck Steps in Knee Arthroplasty Operations. Submitted . J of Knee Surgery;.
Shah RV MD, Dushey CH MD, Punjabi M MD. .;.
CT Scan Can Determine Disc Integrity Secondary to Burst Fracture: Quantitative Discomanometry Validation - Podium Presentation . Yale Grand Rounds, New Haven, CT 2008;.
Optimizing Outcomes in Total Knee Arthroplasty - Podium Presentation . Yale Grand Rounds, New Haven, CT 2009;.