10 Miracle Mile Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
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We're Moving!Beginning the week of November 27, we're moving from Clinton Crossings Building D to our new location at the Orthopaedics & Physical Performance Center in Henrietta at Marketplace Mall.
UR Medicine Orthopaedics and Physical Performance Center is the biggest, most comprehensive orthopaedic facility in the Northeastern U.S.
This world-class, 330,000 sq. ft. facility provides specialized treatment for patients suffering from all types of bone and muscle conditions—from everyday sprains and strains to those needing complex restorative surgeries.
Features of our new Center include:
- Ambulatory Surgery and post-operative care
- Advanced diagnostic imaging
- Movement-based physical therapy and athletic training
- Computerized motion analysis
- Customized prosthetics and assistive devices
- Injury risk assessment and prevention
By the Numbers
square feet - largest off-campus project in history of the University
exam rooms - triple the size of our current Clinton Crossing location.
operating rooms - can be expanded to 14 to meet the needs of the community
Patient & Visitor Information
- Clinic: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
- Urgent Care: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
- After Hour Urgent Care: Monday–Friday, 5–8 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
- Rehabilitation: Monday–Thursday, 7 a.m.–7 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m.–12 p.m.
The Best Care, in the Best Possible Setting
Our physicians, nurses and therapists specialize in treating every musculoskeletal condition that children and adults encounter—from everyday sprains and strains to complex restorative surgeries. Highly skilled, compassionate, and patient-focused, our team provides the best possible orthopaedic care. We’re building a world-class facility where patients will receive all the advantages of next-generation orthopaedic medicine: ambulatory surgery and post-operative care, advanced diagnostic imaging, functional movement-based physical therapy and athletic performance training, computerized motion analysis, customized prosthetics and assistive devices, and advanced approaches to injury risk assessment and prevention. You’ll find it all here.
Designed for You by Our Surgeons
The orthopaedics-dedicated surgery center we’re building will be a first for western New York, and an important step into a future with more orthopaedic surgeries moving from hospitals to outpatient settings. Who knows better than surgeons how operating rooms should function? That’s why our orthopaedic surgeons participated in designing the operating spaces. Another first for our area: operating rooms that feature Synergy’s Clean Cube™ technology, which uses modular, pre-engineered materials to create a surgical space that promotes the highest level of infection prevention for patient safety.
Same-Day Total Joint Replacement
Not long ago, joint replacement surgery required a week’s hospital stay, but thanks to innovations in surgical procedures, pain management, post-operative care and rehabilitation, many people can have outpatient joint replacement and go home within a 24-hour period. No hospital stay, no overnights in a rehab facility: Home. It’s possible because we’ve worked out all the details for patients’ care, safety and comfort: our patient navigators and CareSense™ patient portal help patients thoroughly prepare for surgery. Our outpatient surgery center will feature a comfortable space for post-operative rest and recovery. And once you’re home, we coordinate all the post-operative tele-visits and office check-ups, along with in-home physical therapy, for your successful recovery.
To a parent, there’s nothing more thrilling than seeing a baby learn to walk. Our team is just as passionate about the miracle of human motion and helping people of all ages regain it when injury or illness takes it away. Department founder Plato Schwartz started the first Motion Lab back in 1926 to study the intricacies of human locomotion—to better understand movement disorders and how to treat them. His lab consulted with shoe manufacturers to make more comfortable, supportive footwear for everyone—more importantly, he and his researchers gained understanding of gait challenges for people with polio and cerebral palsy. Schwartz’s findings are helping patients today with gait challenges from stroke, injury, and a host of other conditions. The new gait analysis lab will use the most advanced technologies available to diagnose gait disorders and provide personalized physical therapy, assistive devices, and treatments to help patients achieve their best movement.
The DeHaven Surgical Skills Lab is a defining feature of the University of Rochester Orthopaedic Surgical Residency program. At a time when more and more traditional, “open” surgeries are performed arthroscopically, it’s essential for trainees to have access to the very best surgical training to acquire these complex skills. Surgical simulators offer foundational training that prepares residents for real-world operating room experience. Named for one of our department’s pioneers, Kenneth DeHaven, M.D., the new skills lab will be five times the size of the current space. More space means added room for advanced equipment, and expanded training experiences. The skills lab is an important factor in many residents choosing our program for their orthopaedic skills residency, and we’re proud that many of the nation’s best orthpaedic providers trained here in Rochester. Many of them chose to stay in our region following graduation—ensuring expert care is available for future generations of western New Yorkers.