MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES COMPLETES NEW HEADQUARTERS FOR SHORE ORTHOPAEDIC UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES – PROJECT ENCOMPASSES STRATEGIC PLANNING, ARCHITECTURE, INTERIORS AND GRAPHIC DESIGN
Design incorporates a “Patient First” approach & “Lean Design Principles,” creating a facility that is equal to the excellence of care provided.
PRINCETON, N.J. – International architects Michael Graves & Associates (MGA), in collaboration with Shore Orthopaedic doctors and Scarborough Properties, announce the completion of the headquarters and medical office building for Shore Orthopaedic University Associates in Somers Point, New Jersey. The 10,300 square foot newly constructed facility utilizes a “Patient First” design approach based on “Lean Design Principles.” The new clinic houses exam rooms, x-ray imaging services, offices, public lobby and waiting room, staff lounge, physical therapy facility, medical offices, conference space and an outdoor relaxation garden. MGA designed the entire project from strategic planning, architecture and interior design, to furniture, graphic design, company branding, website and marketing graphics.
Stephen J. Zabinski, M.D. and Douglas A. Dannehower, P.T OCS, from Shore Orthopaedic Physical Therapy will be speaking at the newly renovated Revera Linwood Care Center in Linwood, NJ on Friday December 6 at 3:30pm.
The topic will be: Quadriceps-Sparing Technique – Cut Your Rehab Time, Not Your Muscle
Light refreshments will be served, please RSVP to Linwood Care Center at 609-927-6131
Thomas Santora, somers Point, NJ
Quad-Sparing Knee Replacement
Physician: Stephen J. Zabinski, MD
“Physical Therapy was instrumental in my recovery,
Doug and his staff worked with me to recover quicker.”
Traditional Knee Replacement vs. Quad Sparing Knee Replacement:
Excruciating knee pain brought Thomas back to Dr. Zabinski at Shore Orthopaedic University Associates the same as it had three and a half years prior for his other knee. He was dreading it, but had heard good things about the quad sparing technique and decided to have it done.
Two weeks later Thomas had a follow up appointment, he said “After my appointment I walked home about 1 ¼ mile, with no pain.” “Three weeks after surgery I was cutting my lawn.” Continue reading
By: Gene J. DeMorat, M.D.
The rotator cuff is a series of muscles that provides essential function for overhead and lifting activities of the shoulder. Unfortunately, it is commonly associated with injury resulting from falls; from the repetitive motions of sports, like throwing a ball; or even simple lifting. Continue reading
Gregory A. Voit, M.D.
When it comes to total knee replacement and total hip replacement, most people know someone who has experienced one of those surgical procedures, but how many are aware of thumb joint replacement surgery?
Many joints in the hand are not amenable to satisfactory joint replacement. The thumb, however, because of its flexibility and importance in use of the hand, can benefit significantly from joint reconstruction. Continue reading