Dr. Steinberg grew up in Goshen, NY. He completed his undergraduate education with a BA from Wesleyan University in neuroscience and behavior. He then graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. After completing a rotating internship in medicine and surgery at the Oradell Animal Hospital in Paramus, NJ, he returned to Penn to complete a residency in small animal surgery and received his board certification in 2011.
Dr. Steinberg taught small animal surgery at Penn and served as an instructor at the Penn Annual Conference and the New England Veterinary Conference. He has lectured internationally on the subject of Tibial Tuberosity Advancement for stabilization of cruciate ligament injuries in dogs. He has peer reviewed journal articles published in the Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the Journal of Small Animal Practice.
His clinical interests include treatment of cranial cruciate ligament injury, minimally invasive surgery, and interventional procedures such as tracheal and urethral stenting. Dr. Steinberg understands that the best treatment option will vary among patients and all factors must be considered prior to formulating a plan.
As a child, he visited Rangeley and Long Island and moved here to stay in 2014. He now enjoys exploring the state with his wife, Jaime (who is also a board-certified veterinary surgeon), children Owen, Izzy, and Emma, and yellow lab Sawyer.