Shore Orthopaedic University Associates has maintained a leadership role in southern New Jersey for over thirty five years. Our team of experienced skilled doctors are dedicated to providing state-of-the-art orthopaedic care to our patients including arthroscopic surgery, joint replacement, reconstructive surgery, minimally invasive surgery, hand surgery, sports medicine, orthopaedic trauma care and fracture care.
The physicians at Shore Orthopaedic University Associates are trained in the practice of general orthopaedics; additionally each of our doctors has devoted additional training and surgical expertise in orthopaedic sub-specialties. The surgeons at Shore Orthopaedic University Associates are experts in diagnosing musculoskeletal disorders, identifying and treating injuries, providing rehabilitation to an affected area and establishing a prevention protocol to inhibit further damage to a diseased area or component of the musculoskeletal system.
Shore Orthopaedic University Associates is dedicated to caring for the patient and treating their orthopaedic problems non-operatively whenever possible. Additional treatment options for patients may include medication for pain or inflammation or therapy, such as stretching and strengthening exercises.
The practice also provides the added convenience of three office locations: Somers Point, Galloway Township and Cape May Court House, as well as on-site X-ray and physical/hand therapy, manged by NovaCare at all three locations.
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