The whole process from start to now has been great! I’m very glad I had Dr. Shah as my surgeon.
Dr. Shah is very easy to talk with and to understand. He has been more like a friend than my surgeon. I would recommend anyone that has orthopedic nee...
Dr. Shah and the entire staff treated me with kindness and respect. Dr. Shah was very forthright about my condition and how to obtain the best results...
Dr. Shah was excellent! I am very selective in terms of the healthcare providers I deal with for myself and my kids and feel very lucky that we were i...
The entire experience was outstanding. Dr. Shah’s ability to break down and explain the surgery process took away any doubt I had concerning its out...
Offering a wide range of specialized services for treatment of athletic injuries and degenerative joint conditions.
"I discuss and explore all non-surgical and surgical options before helping my patients make informed decisions so that they can best achieve their individual goals."
Sabin Shah, M.D., is an orthopedic surgeon with specialized fellowship training in sports medicine. Dr. Shah treats athletes and general orthopedics patients and is dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of injuries, disorders and diseases of the musculoskeletal system.
Platelet-rich plasma or PRP is a non-surgical regenerative therapy that uses a high concentration of platelets and plasma to promote regeneration and self-healing in many orthopedic injuries and conditions. A normal blood specimen contains only 6% platelets, while platelet-rich plasma contains 94% platelets and 5 to 10 times the concentration.
Injuries are a common occurrence among athletes, whether they’re professional or amateur. There are many different ways to treat an injury, from rest and physical therapy to surgery and rehabilitation. With proper medical advice and care, injured athletes can make a full recovery and get back on the field or court in no time.
Chronic shoulder pain is a common condition that can cause discomfort and limited range of motion. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including injury, overuse, or degenerative conditions like arthritis. Treatment for chronic shoulder pain may include physical therapy, medication, lifestyle changes, or surgery.
Simultaneous repair of bilateral pectoralis major tendons: A case report
Injuries to the pectoralis major are infrequent, with only a few hundred cases currently recorded in the literature.
Game Utilization and Performance Following RTP From ACL Reconstruction Does not Influence a Subsequent Second ACL Injury in National Football League Players
Complications of pelvic and acetabular fractures in 1331 morbidly obese patients (BMI ≥ 40): a retrospective observational study from the National Trauma Data Bank