The Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Blog

The Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Blog

January 14, 2022
At POA, We Are Driven to Care for Our Community

At Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, we pride ourselves on being a community of extraordinary care. As community-based caregivers, our doctors, teams, and physical therapists exist to provide world-class care for our local community first. Our love for our community is why we are driven to provide the extraordinary care we’re known for delivering.  Pioneers of Extraordinary […]

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December 20, 2021
POA Provides The Three Ts: Extraordinary Talent, Tools, Techniques

At Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, we offer our patients the Three Ts on an extraordinary level. What are the Three Ts? They are extraordinary talent, extraordinary tools, and extraordinary techniques we use to serve Central New Jersey with world-class, world-recognized, and award-winning orthopaedic care.  The Three Ts are the cornerstones of the exceptional, personalized care we […]

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December 17, 2021
Why Princeton Orthopaedic Associates? We Offer Exceptional Care

Princeton Orthopaedic Associates is a community of extraordinary care. We say that because we are proud and honored to bring extraordinary talent, tools, and techniques to you. We serve Central New Jersey with world-class, world-recognized, and award-winning orthopaedic care.  POA has some of the most talented and recognized orthopaedic physicians in the world. We work […]

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December 15, 2021
More Than a Group of Doctors; We’re a Community of Extraordinary Care

At Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, we refer to ourselves as a “Community of Extraordinary Care.” That means that we support the community we live in and love with exceptional care. It also means that we are a community of doctors, teams, and physical therapists who work together to provide the best diagnosis, treatment, and recovery care […]

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November 25, 2021
Sore Shoulder? Repairing a Labrum Tear

Does your shoulder “lock” when you move it? Is it sore and difficult to move? Does it seem unstable? If so, these are the symptoms of a labrum tear. The labrum is the curved cartilage that sits in the shoulder’s ball-and-socket joint. When it is torn, it can cause pain and instability in the shoulder.  […]

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October 15, 2021
Separated Shoulder: What It Is & How to Fix It

People with persistent or severe shoulder pain may have a separated shoulder condition. This happens when the ligaments that connect the collarbone to the shoulder blade are stretched or torn. The injury can be mild, requiring mainly painkillers and some TLC, or severe, requiring surgery. The shoulder experts at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates can diagnose your […]

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September 16, 2021
Top 5 Physical Therapy Tools to Aid Your Recovery

One of the biggest tools for recovery from orthopaedic issues is physical therapy. Whether to treat an injury or disorder, or whether to speed recovery after surgery, physical therapy can greatly improve healing for patients. At Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, we have a team of physical therapists who focus on particular parts of the body, so […]

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August 12, 2021
Tendonitis: How to Recognize It, How We Can Treat It

A sore shoulder, a sore elbow, a sore knee — they all could have a common ailment. It’s called tendonitis, and it can affect the overused or injured joints of patients of any age. It’s most common in athletes and those with active lifestyles — those who use these joints often and with great effort.  The […]

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July 13, 2021
Bowlegs: Causes, Symptoms & Relief

You may have heard the term “bowlegged” or “bowlegs,” but what does it mean? Bowlegs are a deformity mainly in the knees that causes the legs to bow outward. It’s common in infants because of their positioning in the womb, but as they grow, develop, and begin to walk, their legs should straighten naturally. For […]

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June 24, 2021
Hip Bursitis 101: What It Is and How to Treat It

Hip bursitis is a painful condition caused by inflammation of the small sacs that cushion the hip joint. It can be painful enough to limit mobility, including walking upstairs or getting out of a deep chair. The good news is, there are several treatment options available for hip bursitis. The experts at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates […]

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