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.

Primary Specialty

Additional Specialties

Hip
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Contact

For all general questions, prescription refills or to schedule an appointment, contact our office at:

Phone:
203.601.5243
Fax:
203.601.8594

Education and Training

  • Fellow in Adult Reconstruction Surgery – NYU Langone Orthopedics/Insall Scott Kelly Institute
  • Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery – Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
  • M.D. – University of Connecticut School of Medicine
  • B.A. Chemistry, Biology – Cornell University

Hospital Affiliations

  • Connecticut Orthopaedic Institute at St. Vincent’s Medical Center

Office Locations

Testimonials

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Connecticut Orthopaedics
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" Dr. Bernstein was very thorough and answered all of my questions. I really appreciated the time she took and the thought she gave to my treatment. The efficiency, professionalism and friendliness of the entire office, from Dr. Bernstein to reception, was very much noted and appreciated. "

Connecticut Orthopaedics
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" Dr. Bernstein is an exceptional surgeon. I never once felt rushed and I believe she took everything I said very serious. Her bedside manner is excellent seldom seen today by some doctors. "

Connecticut Orthopaedics
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" Dr Bernstein was very thorough. She was attentive to my needs and questions . The staff was very caring and friendly. "

Connecticut Orthopaedics
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" The staff is always so great and the DR's I see are the best. Thank you staff is so nice "

Connecticut Orthopaedics
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" Dr. Bernstein was wonderful! Attentive and professional. Haven't rushed and answered all the questions. I Had a wonderful experience "

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Full Biography

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.

Associations

  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Candidate Member
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, Candidate Member
  • Connecticut Orthopaedic Society, Board Member

Research and Publications

  • Bernstein J, Rankin K, Green T. Movement is Live Series Optimizing THA and TKA Patients: Alcohol and substance abuse, Disparities, and Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty. JAAOS 2022.
  • Bernstein J, Rana A, Iorio R, Huddleston JI III, Courtney PM. The Value Based Total Joint Arthroplasty Paradox: Improved Outcomes, Decreasing Cost, and Decreased Surgeon Reimbursement, Are Access and Quality at Risk? J Arthroplasty 2022. In Press
  • O’Connor M, Bernstein JA, Huff T. Movement is Life Series Optimizing THA and TKA Patients: Malnutrition, Disparities, and Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty. 2021. PMID: 34898522
  • Rankin K, Green T, Bernstein JA. Movement is Life Series Optimizing THA and TKA Patients: Alcohol and substance abuse, Dispartities, and Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty. JAAOS. Accepted
  • Cohen-Rosenblum AR, Bernstein JA, Cipriano CA. Gender Representation in Speaking Roles at the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Annual Meeting: 2012-2019. J Arthroplasty. 2021 Jan 15:S0883-5403(21)00038-2. Online ahead of print.
  • Yeroushalmi D, Zak S, Sharan M, Bernstein JA, Schwarzkopf R, Rozell JC. Patellar Tracking in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty: Does Retaining a Patella From a Different Implant System Matter? J Arthroplasty. 2021 Feb 4:S0883-5403(21)00122-4. Online ahead of print.
  • Roof MA, Baylor JL. Bernstein JA, Antonelli BJ, Kugelman D, Egol A, Melnic C, Chen AF, Long WJ, Aggarwal VK, Schwarzkopf R. Comparing the Efficacy of Articulating Spacer Constructs for Knee Periprosthetic Joint Infection Eradication: All-Cement vs. Real-Component Spacers. J Arthroplasty. 2021 Jan 21:S0883-5403(21)00079-6. Online ahead of print.
  • Rosenblum AC, Bernstein JA, Cipriano C. Gender Representation in Speaking Roles at the AAHKS Annual Meeting: 2012-2020. J Arthroplasty Accepted
  • Tang A, Almetwalli O, Zak S, Bernstein JA, Schwarzkopf R, Aggarwal VK. Do Preoperative Intr-Articular Corrticosteroid and Hyaluronic Acid Injections Affect Time to Total Joint Arthroplasty? J Clin Orthop Traum 2021 Jan 23;16:49-57.
  • Bernstein JA, Zak S, Schwarzkopf RS, Rozell JC. An Academic Orthopaedic Specialty Hospital Provides the Shortest Operative Times within a Single Health System for Primary and Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty, J Knee Surgery 2020 Oct 27. Online ahead of print.
  • Bernstein JA, Feng J, Mahure S, Schwarzkopf RS, Long WJ. Revision Total Hip Arthoplasty is associated with Significantly Higher Opioid Consumption as Compared to Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty in the Acute Postoperative Period. Hip International. 2020 Sep;30(1_suppl):59-63.
  • Bernstein JA, Sharan M, Lygrisse K, Lajam CM. The Need for an Interpreter Increases Length of Stay and Influences Post Operative Disposition Following Primary Total Joint Arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty 2020 Sep;35(9):2405-2409.
  • Bernstein JA, Yeroushalmi D, Slover JD, Bosco JA. The Cost of an Episode of Care in a TKA Patient is More than a THA Patient within an Alternative Payment Model. J Arthroplasty 2020 Aug;35(8):1964-1967.
  • Bernstein JA, Feng J, Mahure S, Schwarzkopf RS, Long WJ. Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty is associated with Significantly Higher Opioid Consumption as Compared to Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty in the Acute Postoperative Period. Arthroplast Today 2020 May 11;6(2):172-175. eCollection 2020 Jun.
  • Charette RS, Bernstein JA, Sloan M, Nchako CM, Kamath AF, Nelson CL. Two Doses of Intravenous Tranexamic Acid Offers No Benefit over One Dose in Total Hip Arthroplasty. J Hip Surg. 2019 [Epub ahead of print]
  • Charette RS, Bernstein JA, Sloan M, Nchako CM, Kamath AF, Nelson CL. One Versus Two Doses of Intravenous Tranexamic Acid in Total Knee Arthroplasty. J Knee Surg. 2019 Nov 15
  • Bernstein J, Charette R, Sloan M, Lee GC. Spinal Fusion Is Associated With Changes in Acetabular Orientation and Reductions in Pelvic Mobility. 477(2), 324-330, 2019.
  • Ashley BS, Courtney PM, Gittings DJ, Bernstein JA, Lee GC, Hume EL, Kamath AF. Can an arthroplasty risk score predict bundled care events after total joint arthroplasty? Arthroplast Today, 4(1):103-106, 2017.
  • Scordino LE, Bernstein J, Nakashian M, McIntosh M, Cote MP, Rodern CM, Wolf JM. Radiographic prevalence of scapeziotrapezoid osteoarthritis. J Hand Surg Am. 39:1677-82, 2014.
  • Bernstein J, Wolf JM. Autologous blood and platelet-rich plasma injections for enthesopathy of the extensor carpi radialis brevis origin. J Hand Surg Am. 38:992-4, 2013