Medical Record Requests

Record requests for services and procedures performed by Shore Orthopaedic Group are being handled by Noble Resources Corp. You may upload documents requests via a secure HIPAA compliant form. You can also fax to 678-513-0073, or call 800-490-5007.

Notice of Office Closure

The practice of Drs. Cary Glastein, Charles Rizzo, David Chalnick, Scott Woska and Sandeep Rathi is announcing its closure as of January 1, 2021. The closure is a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Each physician will continue professionally, but not together as Shore Orthopedic Group.

  • Dr Cary Glastein will continue working as a physician advisor for medical and legal cases with local attorneys. He will not continue to provide direct patient care.
  • Dr Charles Rizzo will continue to practice in the Tinton Falls office location (previously Shore Orthopaedic Group) as an independent physician under Rizzo Orthopedics, effective December 1, 2020. His new office phone number is 732-530-5555. He also has information available online at
  • Dr David Chalnick will continue to practice locally. He has joined Seaview Orthopedics effective January 1, 2021. His new office phone number at Seaview Orthopedics is 732-660-6200 with additional office information available at
  • Drs. Scott Woska and Sandeep Rathi have formed a new practice, Shore Spine and Pain. They will continue to practice out of the Tinton Falls office as well as a new office in Lakewood, located at 1215 Route 70, Suite 1001, Lakewood, NJ 08701. Their new office number is 732-584-2400. More information can be found at

As the physicians transition to independent or group practice, every effort is being made to provide continuity of care, however the doctors’ in network status with certain insurance carriers may vary during this transition, therefore please inquire when scheduling any appointments.

Please rest assured that the practice is taking the required legal measures to secure and store patient medical records. Patient rights under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) will continue to be maintained. Those physicians that will continue to provide direct patient care will maintain custody of their patient medical records as they transition. As required by law, patients can obtain a copy of their medical record with the completion of a patient authorization form. Depending on the timing of requests and the treating physician, the means for obtaining the authorization form and record may vary.