Myles Rubin Samotin, MD
Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon in Florida
Fellowship Trained Foot & Ankle
Expert in Personal Injury Orthopedic Care and Management
Dr. Samotin has been practicing orthopedic surgery in Naples, FL since 1997. Dr. Samotin’s practice quickly expanded to include Marco Island, Bonita Springs, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Ocoee, Orlando, Clermont, and we are now contemplating a Tampa location. These opportunities have arisen due to requests from colleagues which include doctors, lawyers, chiropractors, as well as patients who were impressed with his professionalism, compassionate care and outcomes.
Dr. Samotin has performed over 8,000 surgeries with a success rate of 97.6.
A Note from Dr. Samotin
I am proud of my passion for performing orthopedic surgery procedures. I have spent most of my life training, and I continue to train because I am always striving to improve and do my best! For over twenty years I have proven myself with an excellent record of success. I take the time to learn about your unique medical issue and together we solve it; from conservative treatments to surgical solutions, I am your doctor.
I appreciate all of my loyal and thankful patients!
I have been practicing my craft for a long time now. I have seen a lot and have experienced a lot. As a result there is a lot of wisdom that I have acquired that I am very excited to share with you. The answers you want to hear don’t always exist. It is not possible for everyone to have a good result. However, for a lot of folks, I have made a tremendous, positive difference in their orthopaedic health.
In addition to surgical skill, I provide a caring, low-key, pleasant environment where you can most certainly feel very welcome. I really do care about your welfare and I always try my best to help.
Professional Bio for Dr. Samotin
COLUMBIA NY, NY Undergraduate
SUNY DOWNSTATE BROOKLYN, NY Medical Doctor
MAIMONDIES MEDICAL CENTER BROOKLYN, NY Surgical Internship and Residency 1988-1990, Orthopaedic residency 1990-1995, Chief resident in Orthopaedic Surgery 1995-1996
HOSPITAL FOR JOINT DISEASE- NYU Fellowship in advanced foot & ankle surgery 1996-1997
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, Diplomate of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Medical Association, Florida Medical Society, Collier County Medical Society
Of Service To:
Naples Tennis: ProLeague
Sanchez-Casal Tenis Academia Naples, FL
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