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Elbow Surgeon

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Anthony Festa, M.D.

Anthony Festa, M.D.

Dr. Festa is an Associate Clinical Professor of orthopaedic surgery at the Seton Hall University School of Health Related Sciences, where he serves as the Assistant Director of the orthopaedic surgery residency program.
Elbow, Shoulder
Anthony J. Scillia, M.D.

Anthony J. Scillia, M.D.

Dr. Scillia specializes in the arthroscopic and reconstructive treatment of shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle disorders. He also has a special interest in sports hernia repair and elbow injuries in throwers. Dr. Scillia performs ultrasound guided injections and manages the conservative treatment of sports medicine injuries.
Ankle, Elbow, Herniated Disc, Hip, Knee, Shoulder
Dr. Andrew Willis, MD

Dr. Andrew Willis, MD

Dr. Willis is a sports medicine surgeon, specializing in athletic injuries and disorders of the shoulder, knee, elbow, wrist, and hand at the Sports Medicine Center and the Hand & Upper Extremity Center at Tri-County Orthopedics. Dr. Willis is double-fellowship trained and holds a subspecialty certificate of added qualifications in shoulder, knee, and hand surgery.
Elbow
Dr. Peter Chan, MD

Dr. Peter Chan, MD

r. Chan is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery with Added Qualifications in Hand Surgery.

He has authored numerous articles in the orthopaedic literature, including The Journal of Hand Surgery, and actively lectures on subjects relating to surgery and rehabilitation of the hand, wrist and elbow. He is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, The American Society for Surgery of the Hand, and The New York Society for Surgery of the Hand.
Hand
Dr. Tamir Bloom, MD

Dr. Tamir Bloom, MD

As a physician, I feel strongly that my patients and their families should fully understand their condition, how it developed, and which treatment options can improve or repair the problem. Children require special attention not just with the technical aspects of their treatment, but in the day-to-day interpersonal relationships with parents, families and caregivers. Knowledgeable patients and parents make the best decisions about their own treatment, and I am therefore committed to maintaining the communication necessary for open and honest doctor-patient-family relationship.
Elbow