G. Whyte (New York, US)

NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital Orthopaedic Surgery
Graeme Whyte is a multinational; multiple fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine; joint preservation; and cartilage repair. Dr. Whyte has a faculty appointment at Cornell University; Weill Medical College; and his primary practice is based out of New York City. Dr. Whyte completed his first fellowship at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases; specializing in sports medicine; and his second fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery; New York; specializing in hip arthroscopy and hip preservation. Dr. Whyte completed a clinical research fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery; focusing on hip preservation; in addition to fellowship training in hip preservation at the Schulthess Klinik; Zurich; Switzerland; and cartilage repair of the knee at the OASI Bioresearch Foundation; Milan; Italy. Dr. Whyte has served as assistant team physician for the New York Rangers of the NHL; and NCAA Division I athletics. Dr. Whyte graduated from medical school at the University of Western Ontario; London; Canada; and completed residency in orthopaedic surgery at Queens University; Kingston; Canada. During university training; Dr. Whyte competed in both varsity rugby and varsity soccer; and set Canadian national records in team varsity medals won and varsity seasons played; in addition to winning numerous championships and awards; while competing in Ontario University Athletics. Clinical expertise and research interests include treatment of hip femoroacetabular impingement and hip dysplasia; utilizing techniques ranging from hip arthroscopy to periacetabular osteotomy. Arthroscopic treatments include labral repair; as well as complete and partial arthroscopic labral transplantation. Dr. Whyte is also focused on complex knee surgery; treating cartilage defects; meniscal injury; ligament injury; and bony malalignment. He has experience in autologous chondrocyte implantation; meniscal transplantation; and stem cell cartilage repair. Expertise in shoulder surgery includes arthroscopic treatment of instability; rotator cuff tears; and other shoulder pathology. The combination of extensive fellowship training and personal experience in elite sporting competition have given Dr. Whyte a valuable perspective on athletics and the needs of the athlete; from recreational to professional. Dr. Whyte is committed to providing the most advanced procedures available to treat active patients with injuries of the hip; knee; and shoulder.