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Self-Reporting Devices Help Patients with Nonverbal CP

When a nonverbal child is in pain, it’s usually the parent who acts as the interpreter. Does the child behave differently, or move in a different way? But being parents, they may be prone to bias. Healthcare professionals have therefore been seeking objective ways to assess pain and discomfort in nonverbal patients — such as intellectually developmentally disabled children with cerebral palsy — using self-reporting devices otherwise known as “augmentative and alternative communications” tools.

Weinberg Family CP Center Featured in NYP’s Advances Newsletter

The Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center was featured in New York-Presbyterian (NYP)’s January 2014 edition of Advances in Orthopedics. Read the complete article here:

Dr. David Roye Interviewed by Becker’s Spine Review

Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center Executive Director and Columbia Orthopedics provider Dr. David Roye was interviewed by Becker’s Spine Review about his international humanitarian work. Segments from the interview are highlighted below:

Drs. David Roye and Joshua Hyman Named Patients Choice Physicians

Columbia Orthopedics providers David P. Roye, MD, chief of Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery, NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital; and Joshua Hyman, MD, associate attending at NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital and associate professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons were recently recognized as MDx Patients Choice Physicians.

Drs. Roye and Hyman – Patients Choice Physicians

Drs. David Roye and Joseph Dutkowsky Host Bassett-Columbia Symposium on Cerebral Palsy

The October 30th Bassett-Columbia Symposium on Cerebral Palsy featured Columbia Orthopedics providers Drs. David P. Roye, Jr. and Joseph Dutkowsky along with a faculty of educators, special ed teachers, developmentalists, physicians and surgeons. The symposium was focused on the effects of Cerebral Palsy on the individual and family – highlighting education.

Dr. David Roye Receives “Inspiration Award” from Past Patient

Columbia Orthopedics and Chief of Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery at Morgan Stankley Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian David P. Roye, Jr., MD, of Pleasantville, NY was presented with a When U Dream A Dream Foundation “Inspiration Award” by his former patient, Kip Guja, of Babylon, NY and the Foundation’s president, Lawrence Pleskow.

CP Patient of Dr. David Roye Matches at Stanford

Kip Guja, Stanford Resident and patient of Dr. David Roye

Kip Guja, a CP patient of Columbia Orthopedics provider and Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center Executive Director Dr. David Roye, has matched into Stanford's combined Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Residency Program, his top choice. The program is extremely selective and only offers one position per year.

Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center Goes International

The mission of the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center isn’t confined to the borders of North America. Executive Director Dr. David Roye and his team of CP experts have organized multiple medical missions throughout Asia in 2016 to spread the Center’s care philosophy and understanding about Cerebral Palsy and related disabilities. Their destinations: Japan and China.

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  • Patient Information & Education
  • Centers of Research & Resources
  • Fellows& Residents
  • From the chairman
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  • Columbia University Medical Center