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    • 11 JUL 19
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    UOA Hosts Knee Injury Event for Audience of Experts

    UOA Hosts Knee Injury Event for Audience of Experts

    University Orthopaedic Associates (UOA) hosted an educational event and live webinar for medical professionals on June 1 at its Somerset headquarters. Co-sponsored by Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, the event was titled “Management of Knee Injuries: an Evidence-based Update .”  The half-day event covered the most up to date, evidence-based practices based on existing

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    • 05 JUL 19
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    Garden State Bone and Joint Now Part of UOA

    Garden State Bone and Joint Now Part of UOA

    Please join the University Orthopaedic Associates (UOA) family in welcoming two new physicians, Dr. Michael T. Lu and Dr. Cris Beiro. UOA has assumed management of their practice, Garden State Bone and Joint, as of July 1. Garden State Bone and Joint is located at: 1000 Rt. 9 North, Suite 306 Woodbridge, NJ 07905 732-283-2663

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    • 10 JUN 19
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    UOA Participates In ACL Reconstruction Study

    UOA Participates In ACL Reconstruction Study

    University Orthopaedic Associates is proud to have contributed to the Multi-center ACL Revision Study (MARS). This recently concluded study sought to answer an important question: Why do anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction revisions fare so much worse than first-time reconstructions? The study—led by Rick Wright, MD, of Washington University in St. Louis—involved 52 academic and

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    • 10 JUN 19
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    Ankle Replacement or Ankle Fusion for Painful Arthritis of the Ankle?

    Ankle Replacement or Ankle Fusion for Painful Arthritis of the Ankle?

    Ankle arthritis has a significant negative impact on quality of life. In fact, it provides the same limitations and loss of function as hip and knee arthritis. More than 50 million Americans experience arthritis, making it the number one cause of disability in the U.S. The ankle is significantly smaller than the knee joint but

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