Dr. Frank A. Cordasco is a Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College and an Attending Orthopedic Surgeon in the Sports Medicine Service at Hospital for Special Surgery. He has been elected to the Presidential Line of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons and will serve as President from 2018-2019. Dr. Cordasco served as the Co-Medical Director of the Leon Root Motion Analysis Laboratory from 2001-2016 and as the Surgical Director of the HSS Ambulatory Surgery Center from 2001-2014. Dr. Cordasco specializes in surgery for sports-related injuries of the knee and shoulder. He has treated numerous professional athletes who are members of teams from outside the New York area and travel here to obtain his consultation and care. Dr. Cordasco has cared for many professional ballet and modern dancers with injuries unique to their career. The primary focus of Dr. Cordasco's practice includes ACL reconstruction, meniscus repair and multiligament reconstruction in the pediatric, adolescent and adult athlete; arthroscopic and open shoulder instability repair; labral repair for shoulder dislocation; latarjet reconstruction for shoulder dislocation; pectoralis major tendon repair; rotator cuff tendon repair; bicep tendon repair; clavicle fracture repair; AC joint separation repair and reconstruction; and patellar and quadriceps tendon repair. Dr. Cordasco's research and education activities parallel and complement these clinical areas of expertise.
Orthopaedic Surgery - Orthopaedic Sports Medicine