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Xanthus Communications Adds New Client Manhattan Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Group, P.C.
Date:8/17/2009

NEW YORK, Aug. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Xanthus Communications LLC welcomes new client Manhattan Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Group, P.C. The medical group is located in Manhattan on 87th Street and Park Avenue and is composed of six physicians who specialize in maintaining the musculoskeletal health of their patients, so that they can achieve an active, pain-free lifestyle at any age. For more information please see http://www.manhattanorthopedic.com

Edmond Cleeman, M.D., has expertise in the treatment of complex knee disorders including ACL reconstruction, cartilage repair and meniscus surgery; Marvin S. Gilbert, M.D., specializes in joint replacement surgery of the hip and knee including recent advances in surface replacement and minimal incision surgery. He is experienced in doing these surgeries and fracture surgery in patients with Hemophilia; Richard S. Gilbert, M.D., specializes in surgery of the hand and upper extremity; Mark J. Klion, M.D., performs the newest techniques for arthroscopic knee and shoulder reconstructive surgeries; Nadya G. Swedan, M.D., focuses her practice on the treatment and prevention of injuries; and Vikas Varma, M.D. specializes in spinal surgery and is trained in advanced spinal decompression and reconstructive surgery, including minimally invasive techniques for spinal deformity and degenerative conditions.

All of these physicians are at the forefront of orthopedic surgery and medicine, and bring their patients the most up-to-date treatments and surgical techniques. Their profiles can be viewed at http://www.prforpeople.com

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