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Sports Medicine: The Key Elements to Avoiding and Treating an Injury

Sports medicine is a branch of healthcare that focuses on the treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports and exercise. Healthcare providers in sports medicine offer patients personalized assessments, training, and treatment plans for pain and injuries resulting from sports, exercise, and physical activity. Other areas that are treatable can also include those who sustain injuries from physically demanding occupations. When discussing sports medicine, it is important to understand...

NexGen Orthopedics goes to the NJEA Convention 2019

The New Jersey Education Association is an organization that works for and contributes to public education and its staff across the state of New Jersey. The New Jersey Education Association maintains a mission to protect the rights, benefits, and interests of its members while simultaneously working to improve the quality of the state public education system for all students. The New Jersey Education Association hosts its annual convention every fall;...

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Why Get Major Surgery If You Don’t Have To?

Making medical decisions is a stressful process for any patient. When it comes to surgery, every patient is faced with multiple questions they may not have obvious answers to. Is this the right procedure for me? Will this actually stop the pain I am in? How much will this cost me? How long will it take for me to heal afterwards? Dr. Lloydine Jacobs prefers to avoid major surgery at all cost for her patients. Through preventative...

regenerative medicine

Montclair High School Teachers Start Their School Year with NexGen Orthopedics!

The summer is coming to an end with the start of a new school year, a busy and demanding season for all teachers. Those dealing with pain may find the transition from relaxation back to the fast-paced work environment difficult to adjust to. Teachers may develop back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, neck pain, and more due to the demands of being on their feet all day every day tending to students. Teachers who double...

chronic pain

­­How personal training and nutrition-based treatment plans help manage chronic pain

Chronic pain can negatively affect your daily life and be a result of a multitude of factors. Some may be predisposed to chronic conditions, while others may develop pain over time. Chronic pain can stem from repetitive stress injuries, a common condition among athletes. For example, “golfer’s elbow” is a condition where pain develops in the elbow due to its repetitive overuse within the sport. This type of condition is present in various sports and very...