Dr. Zabinski & Staff: Thank you for the Excellent Care!

To:  Dr. Zabinski and his staff

It has been 6 months since my rotator cuff surgery and I am doing great.
I have returned to my exercise class and started slowly with free weights 3 lbs then 5 lbs and today I moved up to 8 lb weights.  The only exercise I have to reduce the amount I use is chest flies while lying on a mat.
All of this progress thanks to the excellent care I received.

– Deborah Patterson, Woodbine, 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 Recommend Dr. Zabinski to Everyone!

-Wanda Waneka, Egg Harbor City, NJ
-Same Day Total Knee Replacement
healthgrades
five-stars
Very good with patients. Excellent bedside manor , I wasn’t scared at all and that’s says a lot I am a 59 year old baby. Excellent experience, had a total knee replacement same day surgery at surgery center, I recommend Dr. Zabinski to everyone , also I am a nurse and wouldn’t go to just anyone.

Dr. Zabinski, Thank you for fixing my knee and for your encouragement and support!

Dear Dr. Zabinski,patientstories_000
This2untitled-picture is Joanna DeSantis, the PT from Nova Care. In December’15 you did a meniscectomy on my R knee. This thank you is long overdue, however I wanted to write, to not only thank you for fixing me, but to thank you for 2 conversations we had, that had a significant impact on my racing success! If you recall I was signed up to do the Ironman 70.3 in
Atlantic City on 9/18/16 (my 1st at this distance) and that torn meniscus did not fit into my training plan!

As I write this and reflect on the race day, I can’t help but think that this journey started in an OR in December. However, it also made me recall those post op conversations we had, although tough for me to hear, had a significant impact on my racing success this season and for these I am grateful to you for:

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