A veteran physiatrist with expertise in diverse aspects of rehabilitation and physical medicine, Dr. Peter Moley focuses on issues of the hip and lumbar spine. He has served as Assistant Attending Physiatrist at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York since 2002. Experienced in sports medicine, Dr. Peter Moley also offers nonoperative treatment of general joint conditions through dedicated physical therapy programs and ultrasound- and fluoroscopic-guided injections. Dr. Moley earned his M.D. at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., where he had also completed his undergraduate education. He undertook residency training at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation at UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School and completed further training through the Hospital for Special Surgery’s Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine program. Peter Moley, M.D., holds current certification in Sports Medicine with the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In addition to working at the Hospital for Special Surgery, he holds medical privileges with Stamford Hospital in Connecticut.An experienced public speaker, Dr. Peter Moley notably presented at the New York University Rehab Resident Lecture in 2011 on the topics of Evaluation Path of Back Pain and Lumbar Spine MRI. He additionally undertook a Cornell Resident Lecture on Hip Impingement Syndrome and spoke before the New York Physical Therapy Association on “Platelet Rich Plasma Injections: Current Trends and Evidence.”Peter Moley, M.D., has a passion for physical activities such as cycling and rowing and was selected as one of his alma mater’s most valuable student athletes in 1988 and 1989. Reflecting his expertise in sports medicine, Dr. Moley presented on the topic “Spondylosis, Spondylosysis, Spondylolisthesis, New Entrapment Syndromes, Mechanisms of Injury, and Treatment Strategies in the Soccer Athlete” at the 2012 Major League Soccer Medical Symposium Lecture in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.