Dr. Phillip Glassner Helps Musician Return to the Stage

Singer-songwriter Matt Angus, musician and founder of the Black Potatoe Music Festival in Clinton, NJ, recently made his 17th consecutive festival appearance with help from Hunterdon Orthopaedic Institute’s Dr. Phillip Glassner. Angus received a double hip replacement at HOI in June, and thanks to the care he received from Glassner and the team at HOI, he was back on stage just a few weeks later.

Read more about Angus and his triumphant recovery.

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