Struan Coleman, MD, PhD

Orthopedic Surgeon located in New York, NY & Locust Valley, NY

Please call our office main number 212-606-1095 to schedule all appointment for all our offices! 

Covid Protocols

  • Pre-screen survey for patients and employees

  • Temperature check upon entry

  • Purell stations throughout

  • Social distancing in effect

  • Masks required throughout building

  • No visitors/companion unless previously permitted
    in order to lessen potential exposure to patients and staff

 

Now offering telehealth services!



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Struan Coleman, MD, PhD is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon treating patients from in and around New York City, as well as patients from across the United States in need of his expertise. Dr. Coleman delivers a variety of procedures including treatments for Femoral Acetabular Impingement (FAI), knee arthroscopy, shoulder arthroscopy, rotator cuff surgery, meniscus repair, hamstring repair, knee replacement, and shoulder replacement. He is expertly trained in arthroscopy and other orthopedic surgical techniques.

Dr. Coleman has an impressive educational background that began with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at Harvard University followed by a Master of Science and a PhD in microbiology at Oxford University. Dr. Coleman’s medical degree is from Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons.  He served his residency in orthopedic surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Dr. Coleman is a member of the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, the American College of Sports Medicine, and the American Medical Association. He serves as a consulting physician for the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) tour, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), and is the team physician for the New York Mets baseball club.

Dr. Coleman is passionate about helping his patients recover from injuries and medical conditions that get in the way of life. He is currently welcoming new patients and accepts most major forms of insurance.

 

 

Dr. Coleman has experience from working with NFL, MLB, PGA and tennis players and repaired thousands of sports-related shoulder injuries for athletes at all performance levels and weekend warriors alike. Dr. Coleman and his team welcome patients from New York City (Manhattan and Brooklyn), Long Island, Philadelphia and surrounding areas.

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  • Michelle Sabsels    Lyons, PA
    Michelle Sabsels Lyons, PA
    PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT
  • Shannon  Donegan
    Shannon Donegan
    Surgical Coordinator
  • Hope  Zuniga
    Hope Zuniga
    Practice Manager
  • Dale  Duggan
    Dale Duggan
    Practice Coordinator
  • Alberto  Arias
    Alberto Arias
    Medical Secretary

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We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO and EPO plans. In the event that you do not have insurance or we do not take your current insurance, we will be happy to work with you. Our office can also assist with out of network claims. Please contact our office if you do not see yours listed or have any other questions.

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