Dr Zabinski has helped me through many orthopaedic situations…

Dr Zabinski has helped me through many orthopaedic situations…including a left torn rotator cuff repair and a hip replacement. Yesterday was a “patch up” for the right shoulder torn rotator cuff. Ouch, but hopefully it will relieve some of the pain until I can get the necessary surgery to be pain free!!

– Deborah Criqui
Linwood, NJ

 

Great Care with Dr Zabinski!

fb-reviews-1Deborah Criqui, Linwood, NJ 08221
Hip/Rotator Cuff
Physician: Stephen J. Zabinski, MD
Dr Zabinski has helped me through 6 years of orthopaedic issues. It began with severe tendinitis in my hip and eventually 2 torn rotator cuffs. I’m pleased to say that the left torn rotator is a complete success, and a new right hip is mostly successful (he warned me that I wouldn’t get 100%relief due to the tendinitis).

However, I had great care during these 2 procedures and most likely will have my right rotator repaired by Dr Zabinski as well. Great staff and follow up.

Deborah Criqui
Linwood, NJ 08221

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

Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair A Minimally Invasive Option

elbow rotator cuff
By: Gene J. DeMorat, M.D.

The rotator cuff is a series of muscles that provides essential function for overhead and lifting activities of the shoulder. Unfortunately, it is commonly associated with injury resulting from falls; from the repetitive motions of sports, like throwing a ball; or even simple lifting. Continue reading