David T. Neuman, MD is owner and clinical director of NY Sportscare, located in New York City, NY. He attended Cornell University and completed medical school at the State University of New York, Health Science Center at Brooklyn. In Brooklyn, David successfully completed a four-year orthopedic surgery residency and then completed a one-year Fellowship at Temple University, where he received specialty training in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery.

Dr. Neuman specialized in general arthroscopic surgery with a sports medicine philosophy. His practice philosophy includes utilizing physical therapy and home exercises to help an injured joint recover to a functional state. His primary goal as an orthopedic surgeon is to help people diminish pain and increase the function of a damaged joint. Dr. Neuman believes that health and fitness are an important part of everyday life.

Dr. Neuman is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. He is an instructor and member of the Arthroscopy Association of North America. He is also a member of the American Medical Association, the Medical Society of the State of New York, and several other medical societies. He is an internationally published author and international speaker.

Recently, Dr. Neuman founded and created a musculoskeletal digital healthcare start-up called Pop-doc.com.  It is a premier online musculoskeletal health community that creates and sells digital therapeutics for Population Health Management. Pop-doc offers Software as a Service (Saas) that specializes in exercise therapy programs that controls costs, lowers pain and increases the physical function of populations. Finally, he is the Executive Director of the non-profit, Joint Education Outreach. This company utilizes local professionals to give age-appropriate joint-health presentations and symposia to school-age children. To this end, it serves to raise joint health awareness: educate and empower children to have a better understanding of their bodies so these future leaders can be an asset to society and suffer with less joint pain.