The hands seem so simple. But underneath the skin lies a complexity of tendons, nerves and bones that work together. If they get injured, even the most basic task, such as holding a pen, can seem impossible.
The knowledgeable orthopedic hand surgeons and staff at the Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey (OINJ) are here to help. Using the best treatment, our hand doctors can help restore function so you can return to your normal life as much as possible.
With advanced training to provide specific therapeutic hand and wrist interventions, OINJ dedicated hand and wrist surgeons can handle the most complex cases. We provide complete diagnostic and treatment services individualized to your condition.
Our mission is to help reach you reach your goal, whether it’s being able to comb your hair again or get back to swinging a tennis racket. Our expert team of providers can also help you learn to do what you can, based on any limitations or restrictions.
Call us today at (908) 684-3005 to make an appointment.
I would say from the minute I met Dr. Zaino, I knew I would get better. The scary part of not knowing what was ahead with a fracture was answered on my first visit. I knew I was in good "hands". Dr Zaino was always able to answer any questions and take his time with me. I can't say enough about good bed side manner!!! Thanks for all you do.
We use our hands every day and they seem pretty simple. But underneath the skin there is a complex system of tendons, nerves and bones that work together. If they get injured, even the most basic task, such as holding a pen, can seem impossible. The knowledgeable orthopedic hand surgeons and staff at the Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey (OINJ) are here to help. Using the best treatment, our hand doctors can help restore function so you can get back to normal quickly.
With advanced training to provide specific therapeutic hand and wrist interventions, OINJ’s dedicated hand and wrist surgeons can handle the most complex cases. We provide complete diagnostic and treatment services individualized to your condition. The experts at OINJ treat an array of musculoskeletal hand and wrist conditions, including:
In addition to hand & wrist treatment, the Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey also understands how important it is to have healthy elbows. When you have an elbow injury or a chronic elbow condition, the simplest tasks—such as reaching for a plate, lifting laundry, swinging a golf club, typing on a computer, taking a shower or cooking—can become difficult or impossible.
Every orthopedic elbow specialist at OINJ has the training, experience and expertise necessary to restore your elbow and arm function. This includes repairing traumatic injuries and treating chronic conditions and repetitive motion injuries, such as tennis elbow. Our ultimate goal is to help you return to your daily activities without elbow orthopedic pain. At OINJ, we specialize in diagnosing, treating and providing preventive care for all acute and chronic conditions of the elbow and cases of elbow pain. These include elbow arthritis, nerve compression/entrapment (Cubital tunnel syndrome), tendonitis of the elbow (Tennis elbow and Golfer’s elbow), elbow fractures, biceps tendon rupture/tear and more.
Looking for a hand doctor, wrist doctor or elbow doctor, to treat your orthopedic wrist pain, orthopedic hand pain or orthopedic elbow pain? At OINJ’s Hand & Upper Extremity Center, our specialized physicians effectively diagnose and treat conditions of the Hand and & Upper Extremity (shoulder, arm, elbow and wrist) as well as the associated nerves, ligaments, tendons, muscles and bones. Using extensive diagnostic testing and minimally invasive techniques, we will restore motion and function, relieving pain for adult, adolescent and pediatric patients of all activity levels.
At OINJ, we will create a customized treatment plan to fit your needs. Our team of board-certified hand, wrist and elbow surgeons are experienced in diagnosing and providing the best treatment and preventative care for a wide range of acute and chronic elbow and arm conditions. Using the most advanced techniques and technologies, OINJ offers quality care for injury of the elbow to bring you relief and get you moving again.
From its years of experience, OINJ knows how acute or chronic pain can negatively impact the lives of its patient. That is why, compassion is ingrained in the DNA of our Orthopedic Physicians Teams.
The Hand & Upper Extremity Center at OINJ is the place to find an elbow expert or hand and wrist specialist. If you have a hand injury or need hand surgery, you’ll want to get in touch with our top notch team, led by hand surgeon Christian J. Zaino, MD, Frank J. Corrigan MD and A.J. Pfleger, PA-C.
Christian J. Zaino, MD is a fellowship-trained Orthopedic Surgeon with sub-specialized training in hand, upper extremity, and microscopic surgery. He treats both children and adults with any orthopedic injury or ailment of the arm.
Dr. Zaino completed a formal fellowship in hand, upper extremity, and microscopic surgery at the University of Chicago. He also received training in congenital hand surgery at the National Children’s Hospital of Lima, Peru, and microscopic surgery at the Mayo Clinic of Rochester, Minnesota. Most recently, he completed a traveling fellowship in complex wrist arthroscopy and reconstruction at the Hand Institute of Auckland, New Zealand.
While in Orthopedic Residency at SUNY Downstate / Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, NY, he was chief resident and team physician for two Brooklyn high school football teams – one was his Alma Mater. He completed his surgical internship at New York University Medical Center / Bellevue Hospital in New York. Dr. Zaino also has numerous first-author publications and has given several national and international presentations.
Frank J. Corrigan MD is an Orthopedic Surgeon with OINJ and is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery with a subspecialty certificate in Surgery of the Hand. Prior to joining The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey, Dr. Corrigan was in practice in Binghamton, NY for three years. He holds membership in the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American Society for Surgery of the Hand. Dr. Corrigan resides in Long Valley, NJ with his wife and two young children.
A.J. Pfleger, PA-C is a physician assistant with The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey.
Andrew "A.J." Pfleger, PA-C is a Physician Assistant with The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey. He has been a member of the OINJ team since January 2017.
A.J. is responsible for office patient care, pre-operative assessments, post-operative care, and serves as a surgical assistant in the operating room.
Still looking for a wrist doctor, elbow surgeon or hand specialist? Explore our complete roster of OINJ physicians here.