Have a question about your orthopedic or sports medicine related injury?
Dr. Eric Seth Millstein, a Beverly Hills board certified orthopedic surgeon, is a leading expert in advanced arthroscopic techniques for knee and shoulder surgery.
While Dr. Millstein specializes in surgical reconstruction and repair of orthopedic injuries, he emphasizes a thorough evaluation of all treatment options when developing individualized treatment plans for his patients. Learn more about Dr. Millstein.
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Many patients come to see Dr Millstein for a second opinion about proceeding with a recommended surgery, or to address concerns about a suboptimal recovery from surgery. Some patients simply want to confirm a diagnosis or ask further questions.
We believe doctors should never try to prevent you from getting a second opinion. Instead, they should encourage it.
Dr. Millstein focuses on communication, building trust, and thoroughly explaining treatment options.
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Dr. Millstein was great! He made me feel very comfortable immediately and after examining me, told me I should try physical therapy first. After about a month, he checked back in with me to see if my pain was going away. I really appreciated the follow up on his end. I highly recommend Dr. Millstein! – Jess
Loved Dr. Millstein! I needed meniscus surgery and had been referred to “all the best” of the other orthopods in BH and MDR. The others were such a chore to get an appointment with and had some pretty scary reviews of how their offices were run. While I was doing my research, Dr. Millstein’s yelp review kept popping up. Could Continue Reading
Dangers of Playing Through Meniscus Tears
Mississippi State’s Darius Slay recently suffered a torn meniscus that has doctors and sports fans alike questioning his future. Previously expected to be a first-round draft pick, Slay is now facing possible surgery and rehab to repair the tear and regain strength and range-of-motion in the knee. However, some doctors suggest that the college cornerback can play through the injury Continue Reading