#1 Doctor Recommended & 5 Star Reviewed Mohel
Rabbi Friedman would be honored to serve as the Mohel for your son!
Rabbi Moshe Chaim Friedman is a Highly Experienced and Professional Expert Mohel, Certified by The American Board of Ritual Circumcision. Rabbi Friedman is unrivaled as the most sought after, respected and popular Orthodox mohel in the New York City and Tri-State area. He is hailed for his excellent skills, technical competency and vast experience with the circumcision of thousands of infants. His warm, cheerful, upbeat personality and unrelenting service excellence, has attributed to his massive roster of highly satisfied parents. You will feel confident that your baby is in skilled and experienced hands with Rabbi Friedman as your mohel.
Doctors, surgeons, and Pediatric Urologists in particular, who have observed his technique, marvel at his gentle and delicate touch, coupled with exacting precision, skill and speed. In fact – they regularly refer patients to him. Rabbi Friedman’s procedure is done in 5 seconds, compared to a typical hospital circumcision that may take twenty minutes or longer! His procedure is done without the use of any painful devices such as clamps or hemostats, so that your baby is spared unnecessary pain.
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Chair, Department of Surgery,
NYU Langone Health
Jeffrey A. Stock, MD
Department of Pediatric Urology,
The Mount Sinai Hospital
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