Vincent K. McInerney, M.D.ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON
- Undergraduate: St. Peter's University in Jersey City
- Medical School: Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School
- Residency: Seton Hall University
- Fellowship: Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School
- Hall of Fame, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
- Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery, Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine
- General Orthopaedic Surgery
- Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Surgery
- ACL reconstruction
- Quadriceps and Patella Tendon Repairs
- Arthroscopic Knee Surgery- including meniscus repairs, partial meniscectomy
- Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery- including Rotator Cuff Repair, Labral Repair
- Wrist - Carpal Tunnel Release, Trigger Finger Release
- Ankle - Achilles Tendon Repair
- Fracture Care
- Joint Replacements: Knee, Patella, Hip, Shoulder
- Robotic Assisted Joint Replacement Knee, Patella and Hip
- Non-Operative Foot Pain, Ankle Pain, Back Pain, Elbow Pain
Founding member, Vincent K. McInerney, M.D., graduated from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in 1977 with honors as one of the top medical students in his class and member of the ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA Honorary Medical Society. Dr. McInerney was one of the first sports medicine fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeons in New Jersey, having completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston Massachusetts. Dr. McInerney was one of the first arthroscopic surgery trained sports medicine fellows at the Harvard Medical School Program. He returned to New Jersey in 1982 to establish one of the busiest, cutting-edge Sports Medicine practices in the NJ/NY Metropolitan area. He is Assistant Dean, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Director of Sports Medicine and team physician at Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences. He and his partners' special expertise includes arthroscopic and reconstructive knee and shoulder surgery, minimally invasive surgery, total joint replacements, regenerative medicine, and children's and adult sports medicine.
Dr. McInerney is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), past board of trustees and research committee member of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM), past education and research committee member of the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA). He is currently the longest standing committee chairman of the Medical Society of New Jersey's (MSNJ) Committee on Medical Aspects of Sports. He has also served as past president of the New Jersey Orthopaedic Society (NJOS), where he is currently chairman of the education committee, past president of the Academy of Medicine in New Jersey, and past president of the Garden State Games. Dr. McInerney has been recognized as Medical Educator of the Year in New Jersey as part of the Edward J. Ill Excellence in Medicine Awards He has served as team physician and medical coordinator for the United States Olympic Team Handball Federation, Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is the Medical Director of P.A.S.T., the Retired Athletes Pain Management and Medical Resource Group and has treated numerous retired NFL, NBA, and MLBB players. He is team physician for Montclair State University, NJ Jackals Prof essional Baseball Team at Yogi Berra Stadium, and 15 area high schools.
Dr. McInerney has received the Physician of the Year Award for the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Physician of the Year Award for the Passaic County Medical Society, and Educator of the Year Award at Seton Hall University. He is a member of the Harvard Medical Alumni Association.
Dr. McInerney is a native of New Jersey and has lived in Morris County almost his entire life.
"Dr. McInerney is the best! He has been my son’s orthopedic doctor since grammar school! He makes you feel at home. He makes sure you that understand everything, and is always there is you! His staff is top notch!"
Dr. McInerney fought hard with Workers’ Compensation regularly to make sure I received my treatment when the first physician did not. His entire staff is awesome, from the receptionist to the physicians. He is funny and his spirit is a pleasure to be around!
My mom had the pleasure of Dr. McInerney performing her total hip replacement, and she is remarkable doing well at the age of 72 with no complications. I want to sincerely thank Dr. McInerney and his entire staff for all that they do - you are awesome!
"I have been a patient for many years under the wonderful care of Dr. Vincent McInerney and his staff. Having had total knee replacement and major foot surgery, I am very satisfied with the results, and the physical therapy which followed.
~Mrs. Irene Chmura
Let me start we been patients of DR MC INERNEY LONG TIME. Recently My mom Fractured her shoulder at work. If you want a Doctor who cares about you and gives you FULL detail of your injury and what to expect, Well he is who you see. After she talked to him today it was nice hearing her happy knowing in time she will be fine. Just have to be patient.
"We've been coming to Dr. McInerney for years. He has a wonderful personality and spends lots of time with you. He always seems to help us and gives us an appointment very quickly, especially if when in pain. I have to say we are still getting around in our 70s and we love Dr. McInerney!"
"I have been a patient of Dr. McInerney for six-plus years. During that period, he performed a total hip replacement and 2 total knee replacements. The results are beyond perfect. The pain level is zero. The hospital stay was short and rehabilitation was precise and rewarding.
Dr. McInerney, as busy as he is, takes time to explain all aspects of the procedure with a wonderful and sincere caring. Like him, his office staff is outstanding. They respect the patient as an individual and not a name on a report. You may be inclined to return to the of fice just to say hello, without needing medical attention."
~Ronald Brandstetter, Ph.D.