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Anatomical

Hand and Wrist, Shoulder

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My approach to treating patients

Your health and quality of orthopedic care are my top priorities. I strongly believe the most successful patient care results from a two-way treatment process. My goal is to handle each and every patient visit with care and proficiency. It is also highly important to me that our Doctor/Patient relationship is open and honest. It is my responsibility to make sure patients are well informed about their conditions and the multiple choices of treatment. It is also important that patients realize surgery is only one of many treatment options. Many of my patients never need to have surgery - many times rehabilitation of the injured area is all that is needed. I work closely with a team of local physical therapists who, like me, believe in conservative methods: if an injury can be rehabilitated without surgery, that is what should be done. I inform my patients of all the treatment options they have for an injury, and what the advantages and disadvantages are of each option.

I've completed a post-residency Fellowship programs in Hand and Upper Extremity to complement my broad experience in general orthopedics.

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Contact Information

New Milford Orthopedic Associates 131 Kent Road (Route 7) New Milford, CT U.S.A. 06776 View map Phone 860-355-8000 Fax 860-350-6291

Other staff in my practice

Anthony Viola, M.D.,
Alfred Mitchell, M.D.,
Andy Bazos, M.D.,
John Mullen, M.D.,
Daniel George, M.D.,
Martin O'Malley, M.D.,
Edward Geddis, D.C.,
Marie Darrow, P.A.-C,
Georgina Carlson, P.A.-C.

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