Jeffrey J. Vakil, M.D., Joins Premier Orthopaedics
NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. – Premier Orthopaedics is pleased to welcome Jeffrey J. Vakil, M.D. to its Chestnut Hill, Pa. practice. Dr. Vakil is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who evaluates and treats adults with hip and knee disorders. He specializes in primary and revision hip and knee joint replacement, offering vast experience in minimally invasive joint replacement, particularly anterior hip replacement. Dr. Vakil will be the first Premier Orthopaedics surgeon seeing patients and operating at Chestnut Hill Hospital.
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is pleased to welcome Jeffrey J. Vakil, M.D. to its Chestnut Hill,...
37 Premier Orthopaedics Physicians Recognized in Philadelphia Magazine’s Annual Top Doctors Issue
NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. – Thirty-seven Premier Orthopaedics physicians were named Philadelphia magazine 2020 Top Doctors TM ― a definitive list of the best doctors in the Philadelphia region. The physicians were nominated in surveys of their peers conducted by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. The Top Docs issue is one of the publication’s most well-known, read and referenced issues.
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Premier Orthopaedics Now Offering Telemedicine Visits
As the coronavirus crisis continues to evolve, “social distancing” remains one of the most effective ways to prevent the disease’s spread.
As the coronavirus crisis continues to evolve, âsocial...
Dragging Your Feet On Joint Replacement Surgery? It Doesn’t Have to be that Painful!
It’s 2020, the year of improvement. So what’s holding you back? That persistent discomfort in your knee that causes you to limp? The ache in your hip that makes climbing stairs an agonizing experience?
Whether it’s from sports injuries, arthritis or just plain overuse you know the issue isn’t going away, and it’s affecting your life. Maybe you’ve met with your doctor and tried different treatment methods and therapies, such as medication, injections, and strengthening exercises. But all your options have fallen short of helping ease your pain for good. So what’s next?
Itâs 2020, the year of improvement. So whatâs holding you...