Assistant: Cynthia Stagaard
Phone: 732-537-0909, ext. 1104
Dr. Ryan Coyle is a board eligible orthopaedic surgeon with a specialty in the hand and upper extremity.
He received his medical degree from Columbia University after earning his undergraduate degree from Princeton University. He completed his internship and residency at Lennox Hill Hospital in New York. He completed a fellowship in hand and upper extremity surgery at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, part of one of the top orthopaedic hospitals in the country.
Dr. Coyle was a four-year punter on the Princeton University varsity football team, where he was named to the Walter Camp Football Foundation All-American Team, the nation’s oldest All-America squad.
Steven J. Lee, MD, Ryan Coyle, MD, David Porter, MD, Ian Kremenic, PhD, Lenox Hill Hospital – Northwell Health, New York, NY.
“Biomechanical Testing of Scapholunate Reconstruction with Internal Brace versus Scapholunate Repair”
This study is a cadaver-based comparison of the biomechanical strength of a scapholunate ligament reconstruction technique assisted by internal bracing versus direct ligament repair with suture anchors.
Abstract presented at 2018 AAOS Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Currently being written into manuscript form.
Ryan Coyle, MD, Andrew Mo, MD, Steven Beldner, MD, and Daniel Polatsch, MD
New York Hand and Wrist Center of Lenox Hill – Northwell Health, New York, NY.
“The Superficial Branch of the Radial Nerve and its Relationship to the First Dorsal Extensor Compartment: An Anatomic Study”
This study is a cadaver-based detailed examination of the relationship of the superficial branch of the radial nerve to the first dorsal extensor compartment in the forearm.
Study currently under submission for publication
Ryan M. Coyle, Marcel A. Bas, Jose A. Rodriguez, Matthew S. Hepinstall. Center for Joint Preservation and Reconstruction, Lenox Hill Hospital / Northwell Health, New York, NY.
“The Effect of Femoral Cutting Jig Design on Restoration of Posterior Femoral Offset in Posterior-Referenced TKA”
This study examines how different implant systems of total knee arthroplasty vary in how they restore the offset of the posterior femur when the external rotation setting is varied
Study presented at International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty Annual Congress in Boston, MA Oct. 2016 .
Currently under submission for publication
Danoff, J. R., Aurégan, J. C., Coyle, R. M., Burky, R. E., & Rosenwasser, M. P. (2016). Augmentation of Fracture Healing Using Soft Callus. Journal of orthopaedic trauma, 30(3), 113-118.
Aurégan, J. C., Coyle, R. M., Danoff, J. R., Burky, R. E., Akelina, Y., & Rosenwasser, M. P. (2013). The rat model of femur fracture for bone and mineral research. Bone and Joint Research, 2(8), 149-154.
Aurégan, J. C., Odent, T., Coyle, R. M., Miladi, L., Wicart, P., Dubousset, J., … & Glorion, C. (2014). Ischiovertebral Dysplasia: A Retrospective Analysis of 30 Consecutive Cases Pointing Out the Specifics and Risks of the Spine Management. Spine, 39(9), E564-E575.