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T. Sean  Lynch, MD

T. Sean Lynch, MD

Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Columbia University Medical Center

Assistant Attending Physician, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Assistant Residency Program Director

Team Physician, Fordham University Athletics


Office: 212-305-0761 | Appointments: 212-305-4565

Surgical Scheduling & Precertification: 212-305-0622



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T. Sean Lynch, MD, specializes in the nonoperative and operative treatment of hip and knee disorders in athletes of all levels. He is an expert in hip surgery and knee ligament reconstruction with minimally invasive and arthroscopic techniques. His particular clinical interests include injuries of the ACL, knee articular cartilage and the meniscus. He also specializes in labral injuries of the hip and uses advanced arthroscopic techniques to treat this ever-increasing problem.

Dr. Lynch, a former competitive athlete, now serves as a team physician for local sports teams with the goal of returning his patients to the activities they love with a team-oriented, personalized approach. He was recently featured in a series on NBC's Today about the benefits of new fitness trends in running, cycling, and yoga.

A native of Omaha, Nebraska, he earned his B.S. in Biology from Georgetown University and his Doctor of Medicine degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine. After, he was a resident in orthopedic surgery at the Northwestern University in Chicago. During his residency, he was active in research as well as medical student and resident education. He was selected for the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Alan Levine Scholars in Orthopaedic Graduate Medical Education Scholarship as one of two residents across the country to attend the AAOS Educators Course.

He recently completed a sports medicine fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. He received the prestigious Herodicus Society North American Traveling Fellowship, which allowed him to work with knee articular cartilage specialists and hip arthroscopists across the United States. An active researcher throughout his medical career, he has published numerous scientific and clinical articles in the area of hip and knee reconstruction.

He is particularly interested in clinical outcomes after these procedures and has recently been selected to participate in the AAOS/Orthopaedic Research Education Fund (OREF)/Orthopaedic Research Study (ORS) Clinician Scholar Career Development Program. He is committed to providing the highest quality of medical care and seeks the best outcome for his patients.


Education

2000 - 2004Bachelor of Science, Biology
Georgetown University
2004 - 2008Doctor of Medicine
Georgetown University School of Medicine

Postdoctoral Training

2008-2009General Surgery Internship
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
2009-2013Residency, Orthopedic Surgery
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
2013-2014Fellowship, Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

Licensure

  •    New York
  •    New Jersey
  •    Ohio
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