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Jeffrey Halbrecht Named in Top 5 Orthopedic Doctors in San Francisco

Kev's Best put out the list of the top 5 orthopedic doctors in San Francisco and Dr. Halbrecht made this list. Below is a snippet from the article:

To help you find the best Orthopedic Physicians located near you in San Francisco, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Jeffrey Halbrecht, MD

Jeffrey Halbrecht, MD is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon in San Francisco that specializes in arthroscopic surgery and sports medicine. Dr. Halbrecht is also one of California’s best sports doctors, being a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and Arthroscopy Association of North America. He is known as an amazing knee and shoulder surgeon in San Francisco. He also specializes in ACL and meniscus surgery and has treated numerous patients throughout his career.

Products/Services:
ACL surgery, partial knee replacement, cartilage transplantation, ACL shrinkage, ACL CPM rehabilitation.

LOCATION:
Address: 2100 Webster St #331, San Francisco, CA 94115
Phone: (415) 233-7996
Website: iasm.com

REVIEWS:
As always Dr. Halbrecht was thorough and had his concern for my full and speedy recovery at the forefront. – Eddie Raymond

 

Link to full article: https://kevsbest.com/orthopedic-physicians-in-san-francisco/

 

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