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Peconic Bay Medical Center
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RIVERHEAD, NY –- One of the nation’s leading sports medicine specialists, Bryan Hanypsiak, MD, a Krauss Musculoskeletal Institute orthopedist and part of the PBMC Medical Group www.pbmchealth.org, has been named Editor-in-Chief for The American Journal of Orthopedics www.amjorthopedics.com. Reaching nearly 30,000 orthopedic surgeons annually, The American Journal of Orthopedics circulates to physicians in orthopedics, trauma, and rheumatologists. The journal publishes studies, case reports, review articles and orthopedic techniques monthly.
Dr. Hanypsiak is rebranding the issue for March 2016, which will be a baseball theme in time for spring training/opening day and will feature articles by Major League Baseball www.mlb.com team physicians. “I am excited to work with so many talented surgeons on our editorial staff and help shape the future of the journal,” Dr. Hanypsiak said.
The former Director of Medical Education at Arthrex, Inc. (Naples, FL), Dr. Hanypsiak served as assistant team physician for professional sports teams including the Cleveland Browns of the NFL, the Cleveland Cavaliers of the NBA, the Cleveland Indians of MLB and the Cleveland Barons of the American Hockey League. He has also served as the attending physician for the summer and winter New York Empire State Games Hockey Tournament, the World Figure Skating Championships, Gravity Games and the National Wrestling Coaches Association National Dual Meet.
Bryan Hanypsiak, MD joined the Krauss Musculoskeletal Institute (KMI) in October 2015. For more information on Dr. Hanypsiak, please visit his website at www.KCJR.org.
The Krauss Musculoskeletal Institute, a member of the PBMC Medical Group provides exceptional care, unique leadership and outstanding recovery times. The Krauss methodology sets out a pathway from the initial visit all the way through post-surgical rehabilitation, and each aspect, to the smallest detail, is continuously monitored for quality control and efficiency to optimize surgical outcomes.
The American Journal of Orthopedics is a peer-reviewed, practice-orientated clinical journal that serves the educational needs of the orthopedic surgeon and related subspecialties.