Dr Sean Thompson has been a leader making new technology available to his patients, since 2012.
Through his academic affiliations and continuous participation in national conferences Dr Thompson is able to introduce new procedures that are not generally available in the local community.
Dr Thompson performs a broad range of technically advanced cutting edge procedures including arthroscopic shoulder surgery, fracture care and reconstruction; computer navigated minimally invasive total hip replacements, hip arthroscopy, knee arthroscopy, resurfacing, ACL reconstruction, partial knee replacement and computer navigated minimally invasive total knee replacement.
Our mission at Northeast Spine & Wellness Center is to offer the highest quality, state-of-the-art orthopedic health care to its patients. Our goal is to do this in a time efficient, private, convenient and personal manner.
Dr Thompson is a board certified fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon. After his graduation from St Louis University Medical School, Dr Thompson went on to complete his orthopedic surgical residency at Stony Brook University, NY followed by an Adult reconstructive surgery fellowship at New York University/Hospital for Joint Diseases, where he continued on to serve as an Assistant Professor.
The recipient of top honors and awards among them, National Medical Foundations Metropolitan Life Scholar and Henry G Halladay Award Scholar
Dr Thompson also serves as a Lieutenant Medical Officer for the US Navy reserve and Chief of Adult reconstructive surgery at Long Island Jewish Hospital.
Today, Dr. Thompson is affiliated with the most esteemed orthopedic institutions, as well as with top hospitals where he lends his orthopedic expertise and provides treatment to many patients.
Here at Northeast Spine & Wellness Center we specialize in the diagnosing and treating of Sports Injuries These injuries include many types of musculoskeletal issues, often occurring when we overextend the body –overuse- often repetitive. Injuries range from stress fractures to posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injuries.