Gearing up for fall sports? Let us help get you started on the right foot. Participating in a sport at any level provides many health benefits. Along with these benefits, there is risk for injury, especially when it comes to properly protecting an athlete's legs, ankles, and feet.
Teens and adolescents across America are headed back to school, bringing the exciting return of youth sports. With 35 million participating in youth sports each year, the number of kids playing sports year-round is increasing.1Although sports benefit many students physically, socially, emotionally, more time on the fields brings an increase in sports-related injuries.
Over 32.5 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis (OA), the most common form of arthritis.
In May, we recognize Arthritis Awareness Month, as this incurable disease impacts millions of people everyday in some form of joint pain. In fact, there are more than 100 different types of joint pain and diseases considered to be arthritis.
New Jersey Orthopaedic Institute delivers cutting-edge research, superb care to world-class athletes
Since 1982, numerous professional, Olympic and world-class athletes have been treated at New Jersey Orthopaedic Institute