PAID POST FOR HSS | HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL SURGERY

New ways to keep your talent present and productive

It's extremely difficult to be at your best when in pain. Even being just shy of 100 percent can make staying focused a challenge: Injuries, musculoskeletal being one of the most common, have a huge impact on performance and productivity on the job. Because of this, the right course of treatment is crucial.

At Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York, a patient plays a vital role in determining effective treatment that will lead to better results.

"People are coming out of HSS much better equipped to go back to the quality of life they envisioned for themselves," notes nurse Polly de Mille, an exercise physiologist.

Find out how HSS has built its care, processes, and culture around working toward the best possible outcomes for its patients, so they can get back to top performance, and being at their best, more quickly.

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