Our Spine Surgeons Commitment To a Better You in New Jersey

Our doctors understand how debilitating it can be to live with joint pain, sports or other musculoskeletal injuries, back problems and the like. That’s why they are all deeply committed to treating each patient with a customized treatment plan mixed with a healthy dose of compassion and warmth. Given the breadth of their training and expertise, our physicians may recommend the latest non-invasive pain management procedure or spinal surgery, joint surgery, or knee or hip replacements when appropriate.

Two of our spine surgeons are fellowship trained and members of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery; in fact, every spinal surgery procedure performed by our physicians has two fellowship-trained surgeons present. ACES Premier Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine offers the least invasive surgical procedures and treatment plans.

Done in cases of arthritic or broken hips that must be replaced. There are many types of total hip replacement implant options and we will discuss the relevant options with you.

The rotator cuff helps keep your shoulder anchored and helps it to move; a torn rotator cuff causes pain and limits your range of motion but can be repaired with surgery.

This minimally invasive surgical method is performed on a joint with an arthroscope—a tube, a lens, and a light source using fiber optics to visualize the surgical area. Our orthopedic surgeons perform shoulder, knee, hip, and other repairs with arthroscopy, which requires a very small incision and usually fewer stitches. A smaller incision heals more quickly and there is less trauma to the tissue.

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Our orthopedic surgeons remove certain parts of an arthritic or damaged joint and replace it with an artificial joint that moves like a healthy joint. These include hip replacements and knee replacements.

Partial or total knee replacement, depending on your needs. The damaged cartilage is removed and replaced with a metal and plastic implant that gives you years of pain-free motion.

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the major stabilizing ligament of the knee, which can rupture from a sports injury or overuse. Reconstruction can be performed in a number of ways.
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