Dr. Meftah is a highly trained and experienced orthopedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee reconstruction, as well as diagnosing and treating arthritis. Click on the below tabs to learn more about his services.
My passion for orthopedic surgery started during medical school, when I experienced how much a hip and knee replacement can improve a patient’s quality of life.
At NYU Langone’s Preston Robert Tisch Center for Men’s Health and NYU Langone Madison Avenue Orthopedics, I specialize in hip and knee reconstruction, as well as diagnosing and treating arthritis...
Dr. Meftah is the co-director of robotic and computer-assisted joint replacement surgery. He has several patents, mostly in the field of orthopedic surgery. He is actively involved in several new technology and implants/instrument designs.
PRP is a relatively new method of treatment for several orthopedic conditions such as muscle, ligament, and tendon injuries; arthritis; and fractures. PRP injections can help alleviate painful symptoms, promote healing, and delay joint replacement surgeries.
Robotic-assisted joint replacement surgery is an alternative to the conventional joint replacement techniques. It is performed using robotic-arm technology that allows your surgeon to precisely perform the surgery through smaller incisions as compared to the traditional approach.
Rapid recovery joint replacement is an innovative program for patients undergoing joint replacement surgery that aims to minimize patients’ postoperative discomfort and pain and restore joint function in the quickest time possible. The rapid recovery joint replacement technique...
Abstract This is a long-term follow-up report of all-polyethylene tibial components in 60 years and younger, active patients. At the mean follow-up of 12.4 ± 2.7 (range, 10-18 years), no more patients...
Adult Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship Teaching Award July 2020
Orthopedics Best Clinical Artical Award 2015 March/April 2016
Eastern Orthopaedic Association Resident/Fellow Award October 2011
Harley and Betty Baxter Resident / Fellow Award June 2010