DANBURY, Conn. -- Four physicians from Danbury Orthopedics have been named in the 2015 “Top Docs” list by Connecticut Magazine.
Michael Brand, MD, Joseph DiGiovanni, MD, Ross Henshaw, MD, and John Lunt, MD were each awarded the honor within their specialty of Orthopedic Surgery in the April 2015 issue of the magazine.
The annual “Top Docs” list is based on survey results from more than 5,000 questionnaires that are distributed to physicians across the state that asked respondents to name providers they would recommend, other than themselves, to whom they would send a loved one for “expert medical care.”
“Danbury Orthopedics is honored to once again have four of our physicians recognized as the top in their specialties in Connecticut.” said Dr. Michael Brand, President of Danbury Orthopedics. “To have doctors that are highly-recommended among their peers in each of their specializations is the best compliment to our office and a testament to their outstanding clinical expertise and patient care.”
Dr. Brand is a Harvard University trained sports medicine specialist with expertise in treating knee and shoulder problems. Among his accomplishments, he helped bring state-of-the-art arthroscopic techniques to the region, helping patients achieve faster recoveries and improved outcomes. He has extensive experience in arthroscopic shoulder surgery and treating the full spectrum of knee issues.
Dr. Joseph DiGiovanni specializes in problems of the upper extremities. Trained at Mount Sinai Hospital and Hospital for Joint Diseases/NYU, he is skilled in treating nerve compressions, osteoarthritis in the hand, trigger finger, volar plate injuries (jammed fingers) as well as wrist injuries and fractures.
Dr. Ross Henshaw graduated from Johns Hopkins University and Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons, followed by a sports medicine and shoulder surgery fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery. He is skilled in advanced arthroscopic techniques to treat shoulder, hip and knee injuries through incisions no wider than a fingernail. An athlete himself, he uses innovative techniques to help patients get back on track as soon as possible.
Dr. John Lunt, a renowned specialist in surgery of the upper extremities, trained at St. Lukes/Roosevelt Hospital and Long Island Jewish Medical Center. His fellowship was in hand surgery at Columbia Presbyterian. Using advanced diagnostic tools, he excels at recognizing rare nerve compression problems and other hard to detect nerve issues.
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