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​5 Signs You Shouldn’t Ignore Your Back Pain

Dr. Charla R. Fischer was recently featured in Women’s Health Magazine discussing signs that back pain may be more serious and worth a visit to a specialist.

Best and Worst Shoes for Ankylosing Spondylitis

Dr. Fischer was recently interviewed by Everyday Health about to choose the suitable shoes for people with Ankylosing Spondylitis..

7 Driving Tips for Ankylosing Spondylitis

Dr. Fischer was recently interviewed by Everyday Health about how to live comfortably with ankylosing spondylitis..

Now seeing patients at the NYU Westchester location

Dr. Fischer is now seeing patients at the NYU Westchester location.  Click here to

Featured in AAOSNow

Dr. Fischer was recently featured in the magazine AAOS Now, the magazine of the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons. The article covers her research into understanding how to prevent bone loss as well as her enduring commitment to research.Click here to read full article

Joining the faculty at NYU Langone Medical Center

January 23, 2017   Dear Valued Patient:   Effective March 31, 2017, I will be leaving the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University Medical Center and joining the faculty at NYU Langone Medical Center. I value you as a patient, and am committed to making sure you continue to receive the best orthopedic spine […]

Dr. Fischer featured in Bustle.com

Dr. Fischer was featured in a Bustle.com article on surprising, yet common, causes for back and neck pain.

Dr. Fischer featured in Becker’s Spine

Dr. Fischer was featured in an article in Becker’s Spine on techniques and approaches that are changing the way spine surgery is helping patients around the country.   Click here to read full article  

Featured in Becker Spine

Dr. Fischer was featured in a recent Becker’s Spine article about moments that change a career. Click here to read article.

AKTNA FM Radio Interview

On August 6, 2016, Dr. Fischer provided an in-depth and insightful interview on spinal problems that occur in a wide range of patients on local New York radio station WNYE 91.5-FM. She fielded a variety of questions from the host and the listening audience.