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Injuries happen and when they do, you can count on Summit Health. Our dedicated Trauma and Fracture unit of the orthopedics department is there for you when you’re injured at work, at home, in the car or anywhere else.

No matter where or how you’ve sustained your injury, Summit Health will help you recover. The goal of our experts is to restore maximum function as quickly as possible.

Your fracture may need a simple cast, something more complex such as supporting pins or screws or even surgery to repair poorly healed wounds or breaks that won’t heal at all. That’s why we have orthopedic surgeons on staff who specialize in a wide array of surgical procedures.

Since fractures and the traumatic events that cause them often need intervention from more than orthopedics specialists, our orthopedics department leverages the expertise of Summit Health’s other outstanding specialists to create a fully integrated team that’s focused on helping you move past your accident. Our specialists collaborate with physical therapists, physiatrists, medical consultants, pain specialists, plastic surgeons, spine surgeons and more to give you world-class care in every aspect.

If you’re feeling the effects of an injury or other traumatic event, contact us today for a consultation.

Procedures and Conditions We Treat

Procedures

Conditions

Trauma & Fracture Care Specialists

Adam Becker, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Eric Black, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Shoulder and Elbow

Mark D. Chase, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Tony DiStefano, MS, DPM, FACFAS

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Podiatry

Ali El-Saheli, DPM, FACFAS, FASPS

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Podiatry

John Faccone, DO

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Matthew Garberina, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Shoulder and Elbow

Thomas K. John, MD, FAAOS

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

James Kanellakos, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Stephen Kocaj, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

David Loya, MD, FAAOS, FACS

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Genghis Niver, MD

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Hand Surgery, Sports Medicine

Anand Patel, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Shail Patel, DPM, FACFAS

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Podiatry, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Gary Rombough, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Andre Ross, DPM

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Podiatry, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Marc Rubman, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Joseph Said, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Hand Surgery

Jeffrey Siegel, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Marco Ucciferri, DPM, FACFAS

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Podiatry, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Adam Wagshul, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Steven Weinfeld, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Matthew Zornitzer, MD

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Hand Surgery