Shore Orthopaedic Welcomes Dr. Lai

Shore Orthopaedic University Associates
Is Pleased To Welcome
Ted C. Lai, D.P.M.
Fellowship-Trained foot & Ankle Surgeon

 

Fellowship-Trained
Foot and Ankle Surgery (Board Qualified)
Undergraduate School: West Chester University
Medical School: Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine
Residency: Aria-Jefferson Health Systems, Philadelphia, PA
Fellowship: ACFAS Mon Valley Foot & Ankle Traumatic and Reconstructive Surgery

Specializing in: Trauma, Reconstructive Surgery, and Deformity Correction of the lower extremity

Dr. Lai is a fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon treating all aspects of the foot and ankle. He specializes in trauma and fractures of the lower extremity, adult and pediatric reconstructive surgery, ligament and tendon repair, arthroscopic and minimally invasive procedures, diabetic limb reconstruction, and neurologic conditions of the foot and ankle.

Now accepting New Patients in all three offices:
24 MacArthur Blvd, Somers Point, NJ 08244 609-927-1991
18 E. Jimmie Leeds Rd, Galloway,NJ08205 609-404-3353
9 Stites Ave, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210 609-465-2774

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Shore Orthopaedic Welcomes Dr. Lai

Shore Orthopaedic University Associates Is Pleased To Welcome Ted C. Lai, D.P.M. Fellowship-Trained foot & Ankle Surgeon   Foot and Ankle Surgery (Board Qualified) Year began practicing: 2017 Undergraduate School: West Chester University Medical School: Temple University School of Podiatric … Continue reading

Shore Orthopaedic “Best of the Press 2016”

Voted Best Orthopaedic Surgeons “Shore Orthopaedic University Associates” GOLD – 2016 Voted Best Orthopaedic Surgeon “Frederick G. Dalzell, MD” BRONZE- 2016 Voted Best Physical Therapy “Shore Ortho Physical Therapy” BRONZE- 2016  

Shoulder Pain Keeping You Up at Night?

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Gene J. DeMorat, MD

The shoulder joint is capable of tremendous mobility to assist in the essential activities of everyday life. It relies upon a group of muscles, known as the rotator cuff, to ensure its function for overhead and lifting activities.

Unfortunately, the rotator cuff is commonly associated with injury. Such injuries may occur from a simple fall onto the shoulder or even from the accumulation of simple lifting events over our lifetime.

The most common symptoms are pain, weakness, and motion loss. Symptoms may develop suddenly or in a gradual onset. Symptoms that persist beyond a two week period, without signs of relief, should be evaluated by an orthopaedic surgeon.

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Sports Medicine Starts At Home For John R. McCloskey, MD

Cecilia Dougherty McCloskey

Cecilia Dougherty McCloskey

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Dr. McCloskey has firsthand experience working with athletes. His wife Cecilia is a master swimmer recently setting NATIONAL AND WORLD RECORD WINS at the U.S. Masters Swimming 2015 Summer National Championship. Cecilia was NATIONAL CHAMPION in 4 Individual events and set WORLD RECORDS in the 50, 100, and 200 Backstroke events. Her 2nd Place finish in the 200IM was also under the World Record. And she also swam on a National Champion Women’s 200 Free Relay.

Swimming and fitness have always been part of Cecilia’s life. She started swimming at a very young age and has been competing on a national level since the age of fourteen. Cecilia’s talents allowed her to excel as a NCAA Division 1 swimmer and the captain of her team at West Chester State University winning the championship her senior year. She was also a competitor in the 1967 Pan Am Games and a 1968 Olympic Trials finalist.
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