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Zaslav Kenneth

Director Zaslav Kenneth

Zaslav Kenneth

Ortho Virginia
Sports Medicine and Cartilage Restoration Center
Richmond, United States of America


Ken Zaslav graduated with a BA in Biology from SUNY Binghamton/Harpur College from which he has has been awarded The Distiguished Alumnis Award in 2016 and received his medical degree from The Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He completed his Orthopedic Surgery Residency at Stony Brook University followed by a fellowship in Sports Medicine at New York University Medical Center in New York City. He has been a Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Virginia Commonwealth University, and a partner for 30 years at Ortho Virginia and has published and lectured worldwide on sports medicine, cartilage repair, Orthobiologics and shoulder surgery. He has recently relocated to New York City and joined the faculty of Lenox Hill Orthopedic Sports Medicine Department where he is The Director of the New Center for Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine at Northwell Lenox Hill. He has been a fellow of the International Cartilage Repair and Joint Preservation Society (ICRS) based in Zurich since 1999 and has served on its Executive Committee in multiple positions including as its President. Dr. Zaslav is a fellow of The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, a member of the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine Board of Councilors and the Arthroscopy Association of North America. He is a founding member of The Biologic Association and is currently its Secretary General. He has been an invited speaker at The FDA and a visiting Professor at Universities in Mexico, Venezuela, China and Japan plus serves on the Scientific Advisory Boards of several biotech companies in the United States and Israel. Dr. Zaslav was the Company Physician for Richmond Ballet for over 28 years as well as the past Chairman of its Board of Trustees and has been recently awarded The Richmond Ballet Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to Dance.