Meet Our Doctors
RSI physicians are board-certified interventional physiatrists who specialize in treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries of the spine, joints, and tendons—without surgery. They are experts with years of experience performing interventional orthopedic procedures and regenerative treatments, such as autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and bone-marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cell injections.
Dr. Gregory Lutz is the Founder and Medical Director of the Regenerative SportsCare Institute (RSI). In addition, he currently serves as Physiatrist-In-Chief Emeritus at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) and a Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Dr. Lutz is one of the world’s leading experts in the field of regenerative interventional orthopedic medicine. For the past 15 years in a row, he has been named to Castle Connolly’s and New York Magazine’s “Top Doctors” lists.
Dr. Christopher Lutz is a fellowship-trained, board-certified physiatrist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, specializing in spine, sports, and regenerative medicine. Serving patients at the Hospital for Special Surgery since 2001, Dr. Lutz joined RSI in 2017. For the past five years in a row, Dr. Lutz has been awarded Castle Connolly’s “America’s Top Doctors” and “Top Doctors: New York Metro Area” awards.
Dr. Nicholas Beatty is a fellowship-trained physician, double board-certified in Sports Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, specializing in interventional spine care, sports medicine, and regenerative medicine—with a clinical focus on treating injuries of the shoulder and upper extremity. Dr. Beatty’s goal is to promote and support an active lifestyle through early and accurate diagnosis of musculoskeletal injuries or dysfunction, evidence-informed conservative treatment options whenever possible, and supporting rapid but safe return to sport or activity. He has advanced training and experience in the use of regenerative orthobiologic treatments targeted at the site of injury (joint/cartilage, muscle/tendon/ligament, and the spine) to promote healing and restore function