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Christian J. Zaino, MD, Hand Surgeon, To Join the Physician Staff of The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey (OINJ)

Sep 27, 2017

Christian J. Zaino, MD, Hand Surgeon, To Join the Physician Staff of The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey (OINJ)

Hackettstown, NJ – September 2017 – The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey (OINJ) is pleased to announce that Christian Joseph Zaino, MD, a hand surgeon, will be joining its staff in February 2018. Dr. Zaino is a board eligible orthopedic surgeon who recently completed his fellowship in hand, upper extremity, and microscopic surgery at the University of Chicago. During his fellowship, he had additional training in congenital (pediatric) hand surgery at the National Children’s..

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The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey (OINJ)  Congratulates Its Physicians on Prestigious Top Docs Designation

Sep 13, 2017

The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey (OINJ) Congratulates Its Physicians on Prestigious Top Docs Designation

Hackettstown, NJ – September 2017 – The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey (OINJ) is proud to announce that seven of its physicians have been selected for New Jersey Monthly’s Top Doc of 2017 designation. Christopher Castro, DO, Frank J. Corrigan, MD, Robert A. DeFalco, Jr., DO, Michael S. Gutkin, MD, Stephen Koss, MD, Paul G. Teja, DO, and Kevin White, DO, have been given this prestigious distinction. Qualifying for this list of doctors is especially meaningful because it is..

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Live Well series: Weekend Warriors Injury Prevention Part 1

Aug 18, 2017

Live Well series: Weekend Warriors Injury Prevention Part 1

Check out part one of our two-part series on injury prevention with Dr. Rehan Shamim featuring the weekend warriors of Jersey Club Sports.

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American Athlete: The Strength to Succeed

May 15, 2017

American Athlete: The Strength to Succeed

For years, coaches and athletes have been using strength and conditioning to enhance performance for their sports. Because athletes need to function at high levels, training has incorporated programs that establish protocols to address factors such as power production, force development and speed improvement. As “sport-specific” training has become modern day terminology, coaches and trainers have pushed aside some of the fundamental keys to improving the total athlete, and...

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Live Well Series – Media Center: Move Well Perform Well (part 1)

Apr 3, 2017

Live Well Series – Media Center: Move Well Perform Well (part 1)

Move well. That’s the advice of Joe Lorincz, the strength and conditioning coach for the three-time Stanley Cup winning New Jersey Devils, sharing his views on the best way to get your body into its best shape. Joe, who develops the off-ice workout, nutritional education, and rehabilitation programs for injured players, says that if you can’t move well, you can’t train well, and he builds his training programs for the Devils with that in mind.

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American Athlete: The Knee's the Thing

Mar 6, 2017

American Athlete: The Knee's the Thing

The torn meniscus is on pace to become the most pervasive injury among all athletes. Here, we tell you what–exactly–a meniscus is, why tearing it is so common and what you can do about it. Plus, we compare and contrast A-Rod and Chipper Jones’ headline-grabbing cases. Meredith Moore knew something was wrong. It was the winter and the runner and soccer player was doing squats in the gym when she felt a peculiar pain in her right knee. She stood, squatted again, and that same...

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