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    • 13 FEB 19
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    UOA Supports Flag Football for New Jersey Kids

    UOA Supports Flag Football for New Jersey Kids

    In the past decade, researchers, athletes and parents have become more aware of the dangers of football, most notably concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). One New Jersey town has decided to do something about it. The Princeton Junior Football League is a flag football league in Princeton, NJ for players in grades one through eight. To cut down on injuries, there is

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    • 11 FEB 19
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    8 Tips for Runners to Stay in Shape

    8 Tips for Runners to Stay in Shape

    It is well known by those who spend time running—whether done recreationally or professionally—that it is a high-impact exercise that makes a lot of demands on the body. However, as a runner, you also know that running is rewarding in a lot of ways, including: Helping with balance, stability and coordination It’s a weight-bearing activity,

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    • 25 JAN 19
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    Dr. Gatt Receives 2018 David G. Moyer Award

    Dr. Gatt Receives 2018 David G. Moyer Award

    University Orthopaedic Associates (UOA) is proud to congratulate Dr. Charles J. Gatt, Jr. as the recipient of the 2018 David G. Moyer award. The annual award, presented by the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association (EATA) honors a team physician who, over the years, has exemplified the qualities of an expert clinician, educator, researcher and advocate for

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    • 03 JAN 19
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    Dr. Buckley Featured on MyCentralJersey.com

    Dr. Buckley Featured on MyCentralJersey.com

    University Orthopaedic Associates (UOA) is proud to have an article written by one of our talented surgeons, Dr. Patrick Buckley, featured on MyCentralJersey.com. Dr. Buckley, a sports medicine specialist, is a physician for the US ski and snowboard team. In the article Dr. Buckley shares his expertise on winter sports injuries: common injuries, how they

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