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Lee Zuckerman, M.D.

Gender: Male
Lee Zuckerman, M.D. specializes in Orthopaedics, Orthopaedic Surgery at Loma Linda University Medical Center.

Specialties

Orthopaedics

Orthopaedic Surgery

  • Accepting New Patients?
    Yes

  • Accepting Children?
    Yes

Languages Spoken
Translation available

English


Clinic/Facility
Location(s)
Primary Office Location
  • 25455 Barton Road
  • Suite 102 B
  • Loma Linda, California 92354
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  • Phone
  • (909) 558-2808
  • Hours
  • Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Friday: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    Saturday: Closed
    Sunday: Closed


 
Insurance Accepted
We accept most insurance plans. Please contact your physician's office prior to your appointment to verify insurance coverage.
 
Clinical Information
Doctor's Profile

Conditions Treated

Sarcoma

Tumor

 

Physician Information

EDUCATION

Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Internship: Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital

Fellowship: St. Vincent's Hospital

Residency: SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Fellowship: Mt. Sinai School of Medicine

PHILOSOPHY OF CARE

Orthopaedic oncology is a highly specialized field in orthopaedics, and a limited number are currently practicing in the U.S. As an orthopaedic oncologist, I evaluate and treat both benign and malignant soft tissue and bone tumors. I specialize in limb-salvage surgery and complex reconstruction. I perform biopsies for diagnosis and also monitor tumors/lesions when they appear benign. I also specialize in complex joint reconstruction, treatment of metastatic disease, and cryosurgery. I treat every patient as an individual and work with them to find the optimal treatment for their condition. I collaborate with hematology/oncology, radiation oncology, and other specialists to treat the patient as a whole. I discuss the options of treatment thoroughly and believe that even if limb-salvage is not possible or desired, the patient should understand the risks and benefits of treatment. Whether the diagnosis is benign or malignant, treatment can take a toll both emotionally and physically on the patient, and I believe that they should be comfortable and confident in the care they receive at Loma Linda.

CLINICAL INTEREST

Orthopaedic Oncology and Trauma