Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, as of March 16th, we are not not seeing Walk-In patients at this time. Patients looking to make an appointment with one of our physicians can call the office at 973-538-7700 and will be pre-screened for potential exposure to virus and viral symptoms before making an appointment. We will be extending our available phone hours to help assist in making these appointments. Additionally, we will extend our normal business hours to limit patient volume in the waiting room while continuing to accommodate the needs of our patients.
We ask that only the patient and one guardian attend the visit to minimize potential exposure.
Verify the date and time of your appointment. You may be required to complete new patient paperwork or provide personal information prior to being seen by your doctor. Please arrive approximately 30 minutes prior to your appointment time.
Confirm the address and location of your appointment. The Pediatric Orthopedic Center has four convenient locations in New Jersey. Confirm with the front desk staff the office location for your visit.
Be aware of travel issues and delays. Be mindful of any driving conditions, road construction detours and parking requirements to ensure you arrive for your appointment on time.
The latest source for legislation, educational, health care policy, and research information. The site includes the bylaws and position papers of the AAOS, and the latest federal and state laws enacted that pertain to the practice of orthopaedics and medicine.
The Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA) is an international society dedicated to the care of children with orthopaedic conditions.
Orthokids is a website provided by members of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA). It’s for kids and parents to learn about pediatric orthopaedic conditions, injury prevention and treatment.
The Scoliosis Research Society is a professional organization made up of physicians and allied health personnel. Its primary focus is on providing continuing medical education for health care professionals and funding/supporting research in spinal deformities.
This medical society is made up of both orthopedic surgeons and podiatrists, and has a dedicated patient education section of its website.
This patient-focused resource has information for athletes, parents and coaches. Originally a program of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, it has grown to include AAOS, AAP, POSNA, National Athletic Trainerss Association and more.