Oct 5, 2015
CEDAR KNOLLS, NEW JERSEY (October 5, 2015) – The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey is pleased to announce the opening of a new location in Morristown beginning today at 218 Ridgedale Avenue, Cedar Knolls. The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey is adding Morristown to its lengthy list of locations throughout northwest New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania, making it one of the largest orthopedic practices in the area. “We are very excited to be adding another convenient location to our ever-expanding practice, bringing our specialized services to new and existing patients,” stated Dr. Robert DeFalco. “We also look forward to working closely with Dr. Mark Reiger and his group of well respected orthopedic physicians occupying one of the other suites in the building.” The Morristown location will be accepting patients as of today with the remodeling of our facility scheduled to be complete by early 2016. The new facility will be over 15,000 square feet and provide complete orthopedic care services including:
The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey is comprised of a dedicated team of over 18 experienced orthopedic physicians that provides comprehensive care for all musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses with services including rheumatology, orthopedic urgent care and joint replacement. Office hours for Morristown are: Mondays 12p.m. to 8p.m. Tuesdays 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, contact us at 908-684-3005 or visit www.orthopedicnj.com.
The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey is a premier multi-disciplinary center offering complete orthopedic care, rehabilitation and pain management services to patients of all ages and activity levels. With our accomplished team of highly trained physicians and professional staff, we effectively diagnose and treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions and illnesses using a customized treatment plan to fit individual needs.
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