Hayley Rintel Queller, MD
Non-Operative Sports Medicine - Adult & Pediatric, Specializing in Sports Medicine & Concussion Management
Hayley Queller, MD was the first Primary Care Sports Medicine physician at Orthopedic Associates of Long Island. In 2000, she completed an undergraduate degree in mathematics at Franklin & Marshall College where she was valedictorian of her class as well as a first team Academic All-American soccer player. She earned her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in 2004 after which she completed a dual residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the Christiana Care Health System in Delaware. She continued her training at Christiana Care by completing a fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics with a certificate of added qualifications in Sports Medicine. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College of Physicians and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.
Dr. Queller specializes in the non-operative management of orthopedic issues in all ages. She has a keen interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation from non-operative conditions. She also has a particular interest in fracture care and concussion management. She serves as the Medical Co-Director of St. Charles Hospital’s ThinkSMART!™ Concussion Management Program and helps ensure the most up to date management of concussion in more than 42 school districts in Suffolk County. She has served as the team physician for Sachem East High School since 2009 as well as a medical consultant for the USTA covering the US Open Tennis Tournament since 2011. Finally, Dr. Queller is an avid CrossFitter, holding her Level 1 certification as a CrossFit instructor.
"Dr Queller and PA Allison are by far the best in their field. Not only are they kind and compassionate but they are brilliant. Without these too wonderful ladies I would never have been able to attend my daughter’s wedding or even go on my planned vacation. My first visit to them, I was in excruciating pain and could barely walk. I hobbled into the office with a cane and walked out without the cane with minimal pain. Within two weeks I was 100%. I remained that way for over two months, in which I then went back to the office just two days ago, and this time I am 100% now, just two days later... went to the gym this morning and walked 3 miles tonight. They are my angels on earth and total miracle workers. Don’t know where I would be without them. Thank you for my painless mobility." - DS
Non-Operative Sports Medicine (definition: A Non-operative Sports Medicine specialist is a physician with specialty training in the treatment and prevention of injury including non-operative treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. They treat acute injuries, overuse injuries, and provide medical and injection therapies. They specialize in coordination of care with athletes/families, coaches, athletic trainers, physical therapists, primary care providers and surgical subspecialists.)
- All athletes with a particular interest in gymnastics, soccer, and CrossFit
- Concussion Management
- Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block for post-traumatic headaches
- Ultrasound guided procedures
- East Setauket
- Wading River