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Dr James Gladstone is the Chief of the Sports Medicine Service and Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He is the leading expert in the treatment of sports injuries, in particular, those of the knee and shoulder.
Both of his parents were U.S. citizens, yet he was born in Geneva, Switzerland. His father was an international diplomat and we hear about how he grew up in Switzerland, as well as the move back to the U.S. as an adult.
Dr. Gladstone graduated from Dartmouth College and Tufts University School of Medicine. He did his Orthopedic residency at the New York Orthopaedic Hospital of Columbia Presbyterian’s College of Physicians and Surgeons. He also completed a Sports Medicine fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Alabama under Drs. James Andrews and William Clancy. Following fellowship, he joined the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Mount Sinai where he helped develop the Division of Sports Medicine and has stayed at the forefront of his field teaching medical students, residents, and fellows.
-He has a unique path in becoming a doctor, especially since he hated seeing blood as a child.
-How he started his practice in NYC as a small fish in the big sea. He hit the pavement and said it normally takes 5-7 years to build a practice. However, in NYC it normally takes 20 years to build your orthopedic practice and need grit to stick with it.
-Find out what’s exciting him in sports medicine now.
-We hear about what he would tell his young self about his future and where he’d be today.
Find out more about Dr. James Gladstone here.
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