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Amy Wasterlain, M.D.

 Amy Wasterlain, M.D.

Amy Wasterlain, M.D.

Direct anterior hip replacement
Partial & total knee replacement
Revisions & complex reconstruction

Education:

Princeton University (Undergraduate)

Stanford University Medical School (Medical School)

Residency:

NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases

Fellowship:

Rothman Orthopedics at Thomas Jefferson

Biography:

Dr. Wasterlain earned her BA in molecular biology (magna cum laude) at Princeton University, her MD at Stanford University, and completed her residency in orthopedic surgery at the prestigious NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, where she served as executive chief resident, overseeing 65 residents. Dr. Wasterlain completed a one-year post-residency fellowship in adult reconstruction (hip and knee replacement) at the world-renowned Rothman Institute in Philadelphia.

Dr. Wasterlain lives in Guilford, on the Connecticut shoreline, with her husband and son. In her spare time, she enjoys cycling, downhill skiing, hiking and quilting.

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