Our Medical Practice has closed
Dr. Jesin continues to specialize in ritual and non ritual circumcision.Please note that my brit milah practice and circumcision clinic continue to be open and at your service.
We are closed until the New year as we are relocating. Messages will not be returned if left before Dec 15, 2022. If anyone wishes to be in touch regarding a concern about a circumcision already done, they can send an email to email@example.com. We look look forward to helping you in the future.
A Letter from Dr Aaron JesinIt has been a pleasure and honour to look after your health for these past years. Caring for my patients has been extremely fulfilling. It is now time to devote my attention, along with my wife, to our children, grandchildren and extended family. I am planning to retire from my family medical practice at the end of January 2022.
As of January 26, 2022, Dr. Sasan Iraji will be taking over care of my family practice patients. Dr. Iraji spent several years in an orthopedic residency before switching to and completing a family practice residency. He worked for two years in the UK in family practice and two years in a practice in Mississauga.
Dr. Iraji can be reached at:
The religions of Islam and Judaism require circumcision. For the special needs of the Jewish circumcision please see the web site pertaining to Brit Millah.
As for the cultural, ethnic or individual choice for circumcision, these issues should be left to the parents.
Medical considerations are numerous: Link to Circumcision Page
Milah, Jewish Circumcision
|Dr. Aaron Jesin