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Victor Marwin, MD
Hand & Upper Extremity Specialist


Dr. Marwin grew up in Buffalo, New York and did his undergraduate education at The George Washington University where he was a four-year varsity member of the Men's Varsity Heavyweight Crew Team. He was invited to numerous US National Team identification and selection camps, won a US Rowing National championship in the Men's Lightweight Single and led the Colonials to a second-place finish in the Men's Varsity 4+ at the IRA National Championship. After completing his premedical studies, he attended Albany Medical College and completed a 5 year orthopaedic surgery residency at the Jacobs School of Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo. Dr. Marwin previously served our country as an orthopaedic surgeon and Fleet Marine Force Naval Officer at Camp Lejeune, NC. He also deployed to Afghanistan supporting Task Force Southwest, US Army Special Forces and the Afghan Special Operators in Helmand Province. After honorably leaving the military, Dr. Marwin completed additional training during a one year hand and upper extremity fellowship at the Jacobs School of Medicine.

Dr. Marwin is a board-certified and fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon who treats the full spectrum of upper extremity conditions from the shoulder to the fingertip including shoulder replacement and arthroscopy, athletic injuries, fractures, trigger fingers, wrist/hand arthritis, and minimally invasive techniques for carpal tunnel.

He is also an avid outdoorsman and enjoys spending his free time with his wife and their four children.