TCG Episode 22 - Stephen Soloway - The Best of The Best!


TCG Episode 22 - Stephen Soloway - The Best of The Best!


"I'm the best. The Sharpshooter. The caviar. The Rolls Royce of Rheumatology" This is Stephen Soloway... and no one can dispute who he is or why he is the best! Sean spent more than an hour discussing a vast number of topics with Dr. Soloway regarding his book "Bad Medicine", the struggles he's had and continues to go through, battling the government and commercial insurance companies, beating Pancreatic Cancer, being elected into the Professional Sports Authenticators (PSA) Hall of Fame, and so much more!

Dr. Soloway has dedicated his life to helping patients and colleagues. Patients come from around the world as well as from around the country to seek his help. Dr. Soloway's devotion to patient's needs have earned him Top Doctor Awards every year since 2003 and he is regarded as one of the leaders in the Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware area for Rheumatologic care. He's recently written a book titled Bad Medicine: The Horrors of American Healthcare.

His credentials are as follows:

  1. Nominated Chairman Department of Rheumatology Division of Internal Medicine Inspira Health Network
  2. Clinical Associate Professor Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine
  3. Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor Drexel University College of Medicine
  4. Castle Connolly America's Top Doctor
  5. Philadelphia Magazine and Inside New Jersey Magazine Top Doctor


As an industry leader he sits on numerous boards and panels within the pharmacology industry along with national advisory panels for all major companies involved in arthritis or osteoporosis research. He is known within the medical community as a medical detective and will proudly announce "If I can't fix you, I will get someone that can."

Dr. Soloway is involved not only in arthritis and osteoporosis treatment, but sports and occupational medicine as well. He runs osteoporosis, knee, and back pain clinics. Dr. Soloway enjoys giving back to the community thru charity and by teaching doctors from several medical institutions in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He has been board certified in Internal Medicine since 1991 and Rheumatology since 1993 with specialized certificates in Osteoporosis