I am greatly Indebted to Dr. Islinger


testi-2Dr. John F. Phillips, Somers Point, NJ
Total Knee Replacement
Physician: Richard Islinger, MD

As a 73 year old male who is enthusiastic about martial arts, about a four mile daily walk, and about a one hour daily swim, I am tremendously grateful to Dr. Richard Islinger. He completed a total replacement of my knee, and repaired a severely damaged rotator cuff, which required seven anchors.

I not only benefited greatly from his expertise and competence as a surgeon, but also from his kind, caring, assuring manner. His thorough explanations and keen interest in my welfare before and after surgery contributed greatly to me being able to return to my highly active lifestyle. I am greatly Indebted to Dr. Islinger.

Most Sincerely,
Dr. John F. Phillips

Frederick G. Dalzell, MD – Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

Frederick G. Dalzell, MD

Frederick G. Dalzell, MD – Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon


24 MACARTHUR BLVD

SOMERS POINT, NJ 08244
609-927-1991

18 E. JIMMIE LEEDS ROAD
GALLOWAY, NJ 08205
609-404-3353

9 STITES AVENUE
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ 08210
609-465-2774


Now Accepting New Patients in Cape May County, NJ
Ocean City, NJ 08226
Marmora, NJ 08223
Woodbine, NJ 08270
Tuckahoe, NJ 08270
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
Sea Isle City, NJ 08243
Avalon, NJ 08202
Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
Wildwood, NJ 08260
Wildwood Crest, NJ 08260
Cape May, NJ 08212
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Valedictorian Legacy

 

 

THE RUNNING SHOP AT BEACON CYCLING & FITNESS COMMUNITY TALKS

4-10TOPIC: HIP INJURIES IN RUNNERS

FEATURED SPEAKER:
STEPHEN ZABINSKI, MD
SHORE ORTHOPAEDIC UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES

Dr. Zabinski discussing hip injuries in runners at Beacon Cycling & Fitness in Northfield on April 10. The Community Talks will run through the end of June and start again in September.

For More Information Contact :

THE RUNNING SHOP AT BEACON CYCLING & FITNESS
231 TILTON ROAD
NORTHFIELD
609-641-9531

 

The new look of Shore Orthopaedic in Somers Point

Written by SUZANNE MARINO
The Current
Saturday, December 14, 2013

SOMERS POINT – With the snip of a ribbon Friday, Dec. 6 by Dr. Stephan Zabinski of Shore Orthopaedic University Associates and architect Michael Graves a new phase of patient first care was welcomed to the city.

Graves utilizes firsthand knowledge when designing a building.

“I have been paralyzed for 10 years and I wish I had been able to come to a facility such as this one where there are no barriers. Patients are coming here to rehab and heal and they will be able to do that,” said Graves. “It rather takes your breath away, coming in here and seeing all of the design plans come together in such a functional and beautiful building.”
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