Who is the best knee surgeon at Rothman?

Who is the best knee surgeon at Rothman?

Who is the best knee surgeon at Rothman?

Knee Surgeons

  • Arjun Saxena, M.D., M.B.A. Hip, Knee.
  • H. William Schaaf, M.D. Hip, Knee.
  • John R. Schnell, M.D. Hip, Knee.
  • Ari Seidenstein, M.D. Hip, Knee. NY & North Jersey.
  • Peter F. Sharkey, M.D. Hip, Knee.
  • Stephen Sizer, D.O. Hip, Knee. Greater Philadelphia.
  • Eric B. Smith, M.D. Hip, Knee.
  • Andrew M. Star, M.D. Hip, Knee.

Who is the CEO of Rothman orthopedics?

Christopher T. Olivia, MD
Olivia, MD Named CEO of Rothman Orthopaedics.

Is Rothman owned by Jefferson?

In an effort to increase access to high quality care to patients in the most cost-effective, clinically appropriate setting, Jefferson Health acquired a controlling interest in Rothman Orthopaedic Specialty Hospital (ROSH) in Bensalem, Pa.

Is Rothman part of Penn?

Endocrine and Oncologic Surgery Rothman is a Penn Medicine physician.

How soon can you fly after a knee replacement?

We advise patients not to fly short haul for at least 6 weeks following knee replacement and to avoid long haul flight for 3 months. Ideally you should also avoid long haul flight for 2 weeks before your surgery.

Who owns Rothman?

Jefferson Health in Philadelphia purchased majority ownership in Rothman Orthopaedic Specialty Hospital in Bensalem, Pa., for an undisclosed sum, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal. Here are five things to know: 1.

Who founded Rothman orthopedics?

Dr. Richard Rothman
Dr. Richard Rothman was a peerless visionary in orthopaedics who never deviated from his core principle of patient-centered care. He founded the Institute that bears his name in 1970 with only four employees in one office.

Can you ride in a car after knee replacement surgery?

After knee replacement surgery, some surgeons may restrict riding or driving in the car for up to four weeks. With both surgeries you should not drive or ride longer than 45 minutes. If you do ride in a car, you should stop every 45 minutes to get out of the car and walk.