Hackettstown, NJ – On September 17th, 150 friends of the practice joined The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey in unveiling its new, state-of-the-art flagship location. The 10,000-square foot space, located in the Hackettstown Medical Arts Building at 108 Bilby Road in Hackettstown includes doctor’s offices, conference and lab space, administrative and staff offices and a new, 3,000-square foot physical therapy center. The new facility was designed specifically for The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey with an open, patient-friendly feel. The patient waiting area, in addition to being spacious and comfortable, boasts a flat screen television and a 100 gallon fish tank to allow for a relaxing environment while waiting to see a doctor. To help celebrate the grand opening, invited guests had the opportunity to tour the facility and meet the special guest for the evening, NBA legend Willis Reed who spoke, posed for pictures, and signed autographs.
The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey, a thriving Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine practice, was established in 2006. Led by cutting-edge surgeons Dr. Robert A. DeFalco, Jr and Dr. Paul G. Teja, the goal of the practice is to provide the highest quality of care to patients with orthopedic and musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses by integrating the latest technology and research findings into all their surgical and non-surgical treatments. The medical staff specializes in sports-related injuries and disorders, with an emphasis on those involving the shoulder, knee, spine, foot and ankle. The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey serves Warren, Sussex, and Morris counties with 10 office locations. Their physicians enjoy admitting and surgical privileges at Hackettstown Regional Medical Center and Specialty Surgical Center of Sparta, New Jersey. The Institute accepts all major insurance plans.