Dr. Jonathan Glashow performs pectoral surgery on NJ Devils' Travis Zajac: 4 highlights

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | August 18, 2017 | Print  |

New Jersey Devils' center Travis Zajac underwent pectoral surgery performed by Jonathan Glashow, MD, according to the NHL.

Here are four highlights:


1. Mr. Zajac suffered a left pectoral muscle tear during off season training.


2. Dr. Glashow is the chief medical officer for the Devils.


3. Dr. Glashow estimates Mr. Zajac will return in four to six weeks.


4. Dr. Glashow is co-chief of sports medicine orthopedics at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City and serves his private practice.


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