Dr. Lee Rubin is a fellowship trained, board-certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in adult reconstruction surgery, including total and partial hip replacement surgery and knee replacement surgery, as well as complex revision joint replacement surgery. He is an expert in minimally invasive, direct anterior approach total hip replacement and co-author of the world’s first comprehensive surgical textbook on this technique, published in 2016.
Knee pain may result from conditions including arthritis, fractures, overuse injuries, tears, and certain diseases. When knee problems are chronic and begin to impact joint function, orthopedic knee surgery may be recommended.Learn More
Thanks to Dr. Rubin, I'm like a new woman! The pain is gone and I have my life back. I had total confidence in Dr. Rubin. If you are considering Dr. Rubin for hip replacement, go no further. You have picked the right doctor!
Dr. Rubin is amazing. I had been in pain and limped around for over 4 years with doctors telling me it was only arthritis and keep moving. Found Dr. Rubin and X-rays confirmed I needed both hips replaced. Dr. Rubin's performance was nothing short of miraculous! I have the full movement, no pain, and the quality of my life has improved dramatically. His approach had me moving within hours of surgery and back to work in 4 weeks.
I suffered needlessly for several years over concerns of getting my hip replaced, potential problems and recovery time. Wow, did Dr. Rubin show me how unnecessary my years of pain was. The surgery was so easy. In recovery I could tell I was already feeling better. I was back to work in 4 weeks, and just over two months since the surgery, I am pain free and ecstatic that I can walk, sit, drive and sleep without pain. Thank you Dr. Rubin! BEST. SURGEON. EVER!
Dr. Rubin and his office and hospital staff were wonderful to me. I had both hips replaced within 12 months and I feel like a new person. I would and have recommended him to friends and family.
Great doctor. Total hip replacement on a Friday morning, climbing stairs on Saturday, released from hospital on Sunday. If I ever need the other hip replaced I won’t even think of getting any other doctor.