Dr. Hausman is the Robert K. Lippmann Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Vice-Chairman of the Department of Orthopedics at Mount Sinai. Dr. Hausman received his undergraduate degree and medical degrees, cum laude, from Yale University, interned in general surgery at the University of Colorado and returned to Yale for his orthopedic residency. He then received subspecialty training in Hand Surgery with the prestigious fellowship of Drs. J. William Littler and Richard Eaton in New York.
Dr. Hausman is an internationally recognized upper extremity surgeon who treats disorders of the hand, elbow, shoulder and peripheral nerves. Dr. Hausman also performs microsurgical reconstruction of congenital, trauma, burn and neoplastic conditions throughout the body. He has pioneered the use of arthroscopy for treating pediatric elbow deformities and adult fractures and dislocations and has been invited to lecture on these topics throughout the world. He has also served as Chairman and Director and faculty for international courses in elbow arthroscopy and reconstruction in America, Europe, South America and the Middle East.
Dr. Hausman has also devised new and novel treatments for conditions of the wrist and reconstruction of injured peripheral nerves as well as common conditions, such as tennis elbow. He has published over 100 articles about these treatments, as well as his research about the regulation of bone growth and about nerve injury.
Dr. Hausman is board certified in orthopedic surgery and has the additional certification in surgery of the hand, a rigorous, additional qualification for subspecialists. He has served on the board of directors of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and serves Mount Sinai in a variety of capacities, including chairman of the Profe …