Jenna A. Bernstein, M.D.

Dr. Jenna Bernstein is a fellowship trained hip and knee replacement surgeon. Dr. Bernstein believes in an individualized approach to developing each patient’s surgical or non-surgical plan to treat hip or knee pain.

She performs both the anterior and posterior approach to the hip, and has extensive treatment in navigations and robotics for hip replacement. She also specializes in partial knee replacements, outpatient joint replacement, revision total hip replacement, revision total knee replacement, and hip fractures.

Dr. Bernstein is a Fairfield, Connecticut native, and earned her medical degree from the University of Connecticut. She completed her residency at the University of Pennsylvania, and an additional year of advanced fellowship training in hip and knee replacement at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases and the Insall Scott Kelley Institute.

Dr. Bernstein will be seeing patients at the following locations:

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Alan Reznik, MD
Kenoma Anighoro, MD

Congratulations to Drs. Kenoma Anighoro and Alan Reznik, who co-authored an article published in AAOS NOW and featured on AAOS Headline News.

The article outlined the evolution of total joint replacement surgery recovery, from multiweek hospital stays to the current outpatient and same-day surgery models. The surgeons credited this positive evolution to several medical advancements, including less invasive surgical approaches, multimodal pain management, and the adoption of tranexamic acid (TXA).

TXA is a medicine that controls bleeding by slowing the breakdown of blood clots, thus helping to prevent prolonged bleeding, decreasing transfusion rates, and improving a patient’s post-surgical recovery time.

To read the full article, click here.