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Care New England Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine
Providence | Warwick | Pawtucket |
Lincoln | Attleboro, MA
P: (401) 729-2800

Steven Graff, MD | Orthopedic Surgeon | Hand and Microvascular

Watch our full library of interviews below.


“We will integrate your care from the very beginning, so that when you come to the hospital you’re known to the caregivers…By the time you leave all your needs are met, your next steps are packaged together, and you don’t have to worry about anything.”
Robert M. Shalvoy, MD
Executive Chief of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine
“For the past 30 years I’ve been doing spine surgery…Spine surgery is pretty complex, many patients have long histories of difficulties…So I find it especially challenging, but also very rewarding when you help someone who’s had decades of back or neck pain.”
Steven Blazar, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon | Spine
“My philosophy is to get the patients involved and to really allow them to understand the details of each treatment option…By establishing a relationship with my patients we are able to choose the best treatment for their unique needs.”
David J. Cicerchia, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon | Spine
“There is much more to pain management than just medication.”
Maher El-Khatib, MD
Anesthesiology and Pain Management
“It’s important to know that even though I’m an orthopedic surgeon most of my patients never see surgery, which is good, of course, for everybody.”
Jonathon Gastel, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon | Sports Medicine and Trauma

“When a patient comes into the office the first thing a physician has to do is listen.”
Steven Graff, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon | Hand and Microvascular

“When I was training at Brown I was fortunate enough to have one of my mentors, Rob Shalvoy, who happens to be the chief of orthopedics at Care New England. One of the things he instilled in me is availability and how important that is a physician, but even more importantly in sports medicine.”
Razib Khaund, MD
Director of Sports Medicine
“The earlier you get home, the earlier you mobilize the better you do [recover]…The safest place to be after a joint replacement is home.”
Norman Kornwitz, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon | Knee, Hip, and Trauma
“I really enjoy getting people back to their work, sports, and regular activities. I find it very fulfilling.”
Ana Mata-Fink, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon | Hand and Elbow