Northeast Spine and Sports Medicine specializes in all aspects of conservative orthopedic rehab and interventional pain management . However, some conditions of the shoulder elbow wrist hip knee and ankle require minimally invasive or arthroscopic intervention. When all conservative options have bene exhausted, orthopedic surgery for your joint condition may be your best option.
We know that the decision to receive orthopedic surgery is not always an easy one. We understand that many patients view surgery as a last resort, and most people would rather find relief through less invasive methods. But for persistent pain that has not responded to other treatments, surgery may be your best option. Our team of professionals is here to help you make the right decision to alleviate your pain.
During your initial consultation with one of our orthopedic surgeons, the doctor will work with you to determine where the pain is coming from and what is causing the problem. From there, they will explain what treatments options are available aside from surgery, including injections, physical therapy, and more.
Orthopedic surgery is sometimes necessary to relieve pain and improve function for certain types of spine, nerve, or joint conditions; usually after non-surgical orthopedic treatments have failed. Feel confident that our team of some of the best orthopedic surgeons in NJ use the most advanced surgical techniques and provide diligent follow-up care.
Northeast Spine & Sports Medicine’s orthopedic surgeons will communicate closely with our post-surgical rehabilitation department to ensure that you have the best possible outcome and can get back to living.
Our orthopedic surgeons work closely with our physical therapists to create a custom rehabilitation program so that your individual needs and goals are addressed. We know that orthopedic surgery can leave you feeling tired and weak for several weeks, so they also make sure they design a program that helps you feel normal as soon as possible.