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  • Hip - Labral Tear

    Chris Scarella

    A week after completing a Half-Ironman in September of 2015, I noticed a significant pain and locking sensation in my hip when jogging. Being that this was a feeling I had never experienced, I decided to see an Orthopedist at Columbia Doctors. As I anticipated, Columbia was receptive to my concerns and set me up with the highly recommended Hip Specialist, Dr. Lynch.

  • Elbow Replacement

    The healing began at 3am when the elevator doors opened in NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and 5 oh-so-young faces announced, "We're Dr. Jobin's team."  Suddenly I knew I was going to be okay. 

  • Traumatic Elbow & Arm Injury

    Michael Mahelski

    "It is my genuine belief that Dr. Jobin’s care and talent saved my left arm from permanent disability." 

    In late May 2014, while traveling in Amsterdam, I had an accident where I fell off a bicycle and landed on the ground on my left arm. We managed to get to the local hospital emergency room and were informed by the ER doctor that I had severely fractured both bones in my left forearm including the elbow joint. They recommended surgery which could be completed in Amsterdam or back in the US. We opted for treatment in the US due to insurance coverage. 

  • Rotator Cuff

    Loren

    Dr. Jobin, You and your team did a wonderful job fixing the massive tear in my left shoulder rotator cuff. I made sure to follow your orders pre and post-surgery...

  • Shoulder Replacement

    Martha

    While I am not an athlete or a sports person and my case is not in the least dramatic, I am still so grateful for the new shoulder that’s enabled me to return me to the activity I value most.  I was in constant pain, unable to sleep...

     

     

  • Syndactyly

    Luke

    Ten little fingers and ten little toes. That’s what you’re supposed to check for when your baby is born. I thought this was just a cute saying – until my son, Luke, was born. Technically, he did have ten little fingers and ten little toes. But his left hand was extremely under-developed…

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Laurence

    When carpal tunnel syndrome made use of his right hand extremely painful and difficult, Laurence, an artist and an architect, was prevented him from living life to the fullest. He credits Dr. Kumar Kadiyala, whom he calls "the magician," with helping him regain use of his dominant hand.

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