We believe in the power of specialization. That means that our patients receive care from doctors, therapists, and orthopaedic wrist, forearm, and hand specialists who treat orthopaedic wrist, forearm, and hand issues on a daily basis.
Whether it's a Broken Wrist, Bone Dislocation, or Carpal tunnel syndrome - our orthopaedic wrist, forearm and hand team sees it every week; so you can trust the care you'll receive at POA. That's the kind of care and specialization we believe patients with wrist, forearm and hand-related orthopaedic issues deserve.
Princeton Orthopaedic Associates is a Community of Extraordinary Care. We both proud and honored to bring extraordinary talent, extraordinary tools and extraordinary techniques as we serve Central New Jersey with world-class, world-recognized and awarded orthopaedic care. We're honored to serve you!
Getting you back to the you that you remember is our primary goal. We work with our patients to achieve their goals and come up with a custom plan of action.
Our Hand and Wrist orthopaedists and therapists are board certified, fellowship trained physicians who server our community with exceptional care.
Community is at the core of excellent service. Our doctors daily collaborate with over 20 other amazing doctors to make sure you're getting the best service possible.
The POA Hand and Wrist teams know that we serve people - not random orthopaedic conditions. Quality of life is often tied to health . That drives us to compassionate care.
POA is an outcome-focused orthopaedic practice which combines Extraordinary Talent, Techniques and Tools all while collaborating in community.
Many people don't think about treatment until they're injured or they start having mobility problems. Then, the questions come in a flurry, the most important being, "Where can I get the best treatment for my problem?" At POA you will receive the best care in the United States. You'll receive treatment from the best orthopaedic doctors and physical therapists available. We'll help you get back to your active lifestyle as quickly as possible.
Hand and wrist issues threaten the quality of life and work for many people. At POA, we try to treat the person and what their goals are, rather than what their imaging studies or lab tests tell us. Sometimes it's reassurance, sometimes it's physical therapy, and sometimes it's in their best interest to have surgery. Whether it's a broken wrist, a bone dislocation, or the dreaded carpal tunnel syndrome, we will make sure that your condition is treated as thoroughly as possible so that you can get back to living life.