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Practice contact
(212) 606-1268
541 East 71st Street, Ground Floor
New York 10021
Ernest Sink MD
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Pediatrics Specialty
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Academic
Primary Practice: HSS - The Pavilion

Practice Contact

Office Address
541 East 71st Street, Ground Floor
New York 10021
(212) 606-1268

Clinical Expertise

Hip preservation surgery Hip pain in adolescents and young adults Hip osteotomies Surgical hip dislocation Hip arthroscopy Ganz or periacetabular osteotomy (PAO)


Dr. Sink is the Co-Director of Hospital for Special Surgery’s Center for Hip Preservation. He specializes in the treatment of hip disorders, such as hip dysplasia, in patients ranging from newborns to adults. Hip disorders he evaluates are hip dysplasia (DDH) which can affect newborns and adults but also hip pain, labral tears, Perthes disease, and Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE). Dr. Sink performs hip preservation procedures in infants, adolescents and adults, including between 80-100 periacetabular osteotomies (PAO) yearly, open hip reductions, osteotomies of the hip, and surgical dislocations. Dr. Sink has authored over 60 peer reviewed articles, and has particular academic and research interest in the outcomes of hip preservation procedures. Dr. Sink graduated from Texas Southwestern Medical School, where he went on to complete his orthopedic residency training. He completed his fellowship training at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego and pursued post-fellowship study of innovative hip procedures in both the United States and Europe. Dr. Sink is involved in teaching other surgeons on a national and international level and collaborates with several other specialized hip surgeons in the country.
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Primary Practice

Primary practice
HSS - The Pavilion

Hospital Affiliations

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Hospital for Special Surgery
(212) 606-1236
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New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center
(212) 305-2500

Education & Training

Rady Children’s Hospital
University of Texas Southwestern
University of Texas
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
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