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.

 

5 Star Review for Dr. Zabinski!

My husband and I have been seeing Dr. Zabinski for years and could not be happier.

Dr. Zabinski has completed a number of surgeries on my husband and his results and recovery have been amazing!

I call my husband my Bionic man with help from Dr. Zabinski. I give Dr. Zabinski and his staff five stars today and forever!

Thank you,
Deborah Langlois

Dr. Greene discusses a common surfing injury

ShoreOrtho Sports Performance
& Injury Prevention Tips


A monthly
series
presented by:
Damon A. Greene, MD
Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon
Shore Orthopaedic University Associates

October 2019

It’s finally fall and time for surfing season especially here in South Jersey.

So let’s discuss a surfing injury that commonly gets overlooked the “Hips Flexors”. When we are surfing the front foot and hip rotate forward this puts stress across the spine, hip, knees and even ankles. The back foot turns out because the gluteal muscles (buttock muscles) contract and shorten rotating the back hip out. This means that unless we stretch and strengthen to our hip flexors, we are setting ourselves up for other injuries and limiting our ability to enjoy the waves. One stretch that I like is called the Lizard. This stretch predominately targets the hip flexors but also targets the groin and glutes. Draw one foot to the outside of your arms and place both hands flat on the ground. Bring your forearms to the floor or as far as your body allows. Your back leg stays off the ground. Hold the stretch for approximately 30 seconds and repeat.

 

 

 

Community Talk | Tuesday November 5, 2019 6:00-6:45pm

Joint Pain, Tried Everything, Let’s TALK!

Register for this event at: ShoreOrtho.eventbrite.com

Greate Bay Racquet & Fitness in cooperation with
Shore Orthopaedic University Associates presents:
Community Orthopaedic Lecture Series | Evening Session 
An opportunity to “Ask The Expert”

Charles N. Krome, DO, Board Certified Sports Medicine

– Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
 Stem Cell Therapy

Join Us for a Question & Answer Session:
Non-Surgical Options for Joint Pain and Arthritis
“What is Stem Cell Treatment & (PRP) Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?”

Greate Bay Racquet & Fitness
90 Mays Landing Road, Somers Point, NJ 08244
– This is a FREE event, open to the community
(Greate Bay membership not required)
– Limited Seating
– Refreshments Served

For more information contact:
Greate Bay Racquet & Fitness – 609-926-9550  or
Shore Orthopaedic – 609-927-1991 ext. 171