We Are Here and Ready To Care For You!

OUR OFFICES ARE OPEN

WE ARE HERE AND READY TO CARE FOR YOU!

If you have an appointment, please plan on arriving at your scheduled time.

If you are experiencing any fevers, chills, body aches,
cough, or other flu-like symptoms,
please do not come into the office with such symptoms.


Consider rescheduling with a
Telemedicine Appointment or cancel and wait until
you have recovered to
reschedule your appointment.
Thank you!

 

  • Same Day In Office Appointments Available
  • X-Ray & Fracture Care
  • Telemedicine Physician Appointments Available
  • Telemedicine Physical Therapy Appointments Available

Questions about your appointment?
Call 609-927-1991 #1

Questions or Concerns?
Call our Patient Relations Department
609-927-1991 ext. 171

COVID-19 Precautions For Patients Being Treated in the Office

We are closely monitoring the situation with COVID-19 and
taking preparations to ensure the health
and safety of our patients, staff and community.
It is our goal to continue to provide the same attention and
high-level of care to you during this time.

COVID- 19 Precautionary Measures Implemented:

  • Notice to patients posted at the entrance of each Shore Orthopaedic location, stating; if a patient feels ill with fevers, chills, body aches, cough, or other flu-like symptoms THEY SHOULD NOT ENTER THE OFFICE, but instead RETURN HOME and call to reschedule their visit for when they are feeling healthy.
  • Our phone operators are screening patient appointment calls, asking patients if they are experiencing any fevers, chills, body aches, cough, or other flu-like symptoms. If so, the appointment is not scheduled, but instead the patient is asked to wait until they have recovered.
  • Phone/Text appointment reminder messages state; “if prior to your appointment, you develop any fevers, chills, body aches, cough, or other flu-like symptoms, please reschedule your appointment and do not come into the office with such symptoms.”
  • All patients upon entering the building are directed to a hand washing station and being asked to wash their hands prior to checking in.
  • Surfaces that are touched by patients and staff are sanitized on an hourly basis. This includes, but is not limited to, counter tops, checking stations, shared armrests, bathroom doors and surfaces, patient doors, exam tables, radiology surfaces, height and weight station.
  • Patients are being asked to practice Social Distancing in the waiting room.
  • Staff is directed to STAY HOME and not come to work if they are feeling ill and are experiencing any fevers, chills, body aches, cough, or other flu-like symptoms. In addition, staff is also directed to follow Social Distancing practices.

 

Dr. Greene got me back to my old self!

Dr. Greene is a life saver!

I had been struggling with a bad lower back for over 6 months which was leading to other issues. After just one consultation, we came up with the perfect plan of rehab, exercise and a stretching program that got me back to my old self. At times I just wasn’t sure my body was going to bounce back, but Dr. Greene just kept telling me we were making progress and just to stay on the path.

In a matter of 6-8 weeks, I was back to 100% and now have a program I follow whenever I have a sore back and then the problems just don’t return. I’m surfing everyday and able to push myself with no worries because I know I’m in the best hands.

Thanks Dr. Greene!
– Matt Keenan

Damon A. Greene, M.D.

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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Frederick G. Dalzell, MD – Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

Frederick G. Dalzell, MD

Frederick G. Dalzell, MD – Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon


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SOMERS POINT, NJ 08244
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“I have a very good doctor that I can recommend! His name is Dr. George Alber.” Elaine Mack

Hand WristHe is amazing!!!  I highly recommend him, that is why I always go back to him. Also, the courtesy of the office staff is excellent.


Elaine Mack: Galloway, NJ 08205
Physician: George C. Alber, MD

 

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Patient Review

Angie’s List | April 20, 2015
Orthopedics – Hand & Wrist

I have a very good doctor that I can recommend. His name is Dr. George Alber. I just went to see him a few days ago. I could hardly move my wrist; that is how bad it hurts. He really can do this Cortisone shots. A lot of them cannot so you get left with nothing. With him, you always know that he is going to hit the exact spot. The last time he did one was seven years ago and I have not had any pain since then. I did not have to take any medication either. He also gave me something for my wrist, one of those brace supports, and he even did an x-ray in his office.