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Charles A Popkin, MD

  • Orthopedic Sports Medicine
  • Orthopedic Surgery

Charles A Popkin, MD

Dr. Charles A. Popkin, MD, specializes in sports-related injuries of the knee, shoulder, elbow, and hip for the pediatric, adolescent, and collegiate athlete. He serves as team physician for the 17 varsity teams of the City College of New York (CCNY) as well as for Bronxville High School. In addition, he is an orthopedic consultant to Mercy College and Sarah Lawrence College.

Currently, Dr. Popkin is conducting research on hockey injuries to the knee, ACL injury prevention, ACL reconstruction techniques in the pediatric athlete, the influence of parents on sports performance, and advanced arthroscopic techniques of the elbow. He has lectured nationally on overuse injuries in pediatric and adolescent athletes, ACL injuries, tibial spine fractures, patellar instability and cartilage lesions of the knee.

Dr. Popkin was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN. He attended Colgate University in upstate New York, where he played football as a defensive back for the Raiders. He is a life-long hockey fan and, during his training, has cared for college hockey teams in both Canada and Minnesota. Dr. Popkin resides in Westchester with his wife and two sons.


Board Certification
  • Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Minnesota Sports Medicine
  • Jackson Memorial Hospital
  • Jackson Memorial Hospital
Medical/Graduate School
  • Tulane University School of Medicine
Area of Interest
  • Pediatric Sports Medicine
  • Arthroscopic Knee Surgery
  • Elbow Problems
  • Sports Medicine Surgery
  • Women's Sports Medicine
  • Pediatric Fractures
  • Sports Medicine Rehabilitation
  • Shoulder Problem
  • Pediatric Hip Disorders
  • Orthopaedic Trauma
  • Pediatric Orthopedics
  • Sports Injuries
  • Sports Medicine
  • Men's Sports Medicine
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Adolescent Sports Injuries
  • Orthopedic Sports Medicine
  • Orthopaedics
  • Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Sports Injury Rehabilitation
  • Adolescent Sports Medicine
  • Adult Sports Medicine