Orthopedic Surgeon Joins Medical Center’s Human Motion Institute

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PERTH AMBOY — Board certified orthopedic surgeon Kenneth G. Swan, Jr., MD, has joined Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Human Motion Institute and added a new office location to his practice Brunswick Orthopaedic Associates in the hospital’s Medical Pavilion at Perth Amboy, 516 Lawrie Street.

“I’m excited to join the Human Motion Institute,” said Dr. Swan. “My patients will appreciate RBMC’s considerate and expert Magnet nursing staff, nationally recognized for nursing excellence. RBMC is doing a great job with this initiative, and I’m happy to be a part of it.” To make an appointment, call 1-732-846-6100. The surgeon, who also has an office at 303 George St., Suite 105, New Brunswick, NJ, accepts most medical insurances and is accepting new patients.

Dr. Swan specializes in sports medicine and shoulder surgery, orthopedic trauma and general orthopedics. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick. Dr. Swan believes his training began before college, in high school, where he was a three-sport varsity athlete. As such, he suffered several sports injuries requiring orthopedic care. He attended Cornell University where he played varsity football, and was a part of Cornell’s third and most recent Ivy League Championship in 1990.

Dr. Swan earned his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College in New York City. He completed five years of orthopedic residency and trauma surgery at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in Newark, NJ. Dr. Swan obtained an additional year of training at the University of Colorado, where he earned sub-specialty expertise in shoulder surgery and sports medicine. During that time, he was assistant team physician for the University of Colorado Buffaloes and the University of Denver Pioneers.

For more information about the Human Motion Institute at Raritan Bay Medical Center, call 1-855-5-MOTION or visit http://rbmc.humanmotioninstitute.org.


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