Hurt your shoulder in your Friday evening tennis league? Have an orthopaedic injury that just happened? Did your daughter hurt her knee in her Saturday morning Soccer game?
Princeton Orthopaedic Associates is excited to announce the re-opening of our Saturday morning Urgent Care for Orthopaedics. The Practice you have entrusted with your orthopaedic care over the years now offers the opportunity to be seen by a fellowship-trained Orthopaedic Surgeon able to fix all of your family’s muscular and skeletal sprains, strains, and breaks.
We offer walk-in, no appointment necessary, Orthopaedic Urgent Care on Saturdays from 8 AM to 11 AM at our office located on the SECOND FLOOR at 325 Princeton Avenue, Princeton. We offer the same service at our Forsgate office on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5 PM until 8 PM and on Saturday from 8 AM until 11 AM.
We are sorry, but we must address spine issues during the regular workweek.
If you or a family member had an orthopaedic injury within the last 36 hours, give Princeton Orthopaedics a call to be seen and evaluated by one of our Orthopaedic Specialists. And we accept most insurances.
Avoid the long waiting times in the Hospital Emergency Departments and give us a call at 609-924-8131.
Princeton Orthopedic Associates is the orthopedic group your friends and neighbors recommend.
We are pleased to announce the addition of William H. Rossy, M.D., and Brian M. Culp, M.D. to our practice. Dr. Rossy is a Sports Medicine specialist, and Dr. Culp specializes in Total Joint Replacement. Both physicians are Fellowship Trained Orthopaedic Surgeons and are currently accepting new patients.
Dr. William H. Rossy is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with a sub-specialty interest in Sports Medicine and the treatment of orthopedic trauma. Dr. Rossy specializes in the management of all sports-related injuries. He has advanced training in arthroscopic and open management of injuries sustained to athletes at all levels--from high school up through professional. He worked as an assistant team physician for the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, and Boston Bruins during his fellowship.
Dr. Rossy has vast experience in treating ailments of the shoulder as well as complex, multi-ligamentous injuries of the knee. He also has a particular interest and specialized training in hip arthroscopy and cartilage restoration procedures. He aims to return patients to desired sport and/or activity predictably and reliably by offering the most advanced surgical techniques.
Dr. Culp is excited to return to New Jersey, where he completed his general surgical internship and his orthopedic surgery residency at UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. He is returning following a one-year Fellowship at RUSH in Chicago doing a fellowship in adult reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Culp brings unique expertise on knee replacement surgery, including minimally invasive partial and total knees as well as complex revision surgery. He also performs minimally-invasive hip replacement surgery from anterior and posterior approaches as well as complex revisions. His practice focuses on patients of all ages who have advanced degenerative disease.
Dr. Culp offers outpatient joint replacement surgery to the appropriate candidates. Dr. Culp will be offering the outpatient total joint replacement surgery at both the UMCP Monroe Surgical Center and the UMCP Surgical Center on the hospital campus in Plainsboro.