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Center for Rehabilitation and Sports Excellence

Center for Rehabilitation and Sports Excellence

University Orthopaedic Associates provides treatment for a variety of injuries and conditions including, but not limited to, post-operative orthopaedic procedures, fractures, sports injuries, arthritis, sprains, hand & upper extremity issues, strains, back and neck pain and spinal conditions. Our facilities provide a wide array or therapeutic modalities, along with state-of-the-art equipment, to safely and effectively promote cardiovascular health and improve muscle strength and range of motion. After a thorough evaluation, UOA physical therapists design and assist patients with their program, as well as follow-up. Physical Therapy is the branch of rehabilitative health that uses specially designed exercises and equipment to help patients regain or improve their physical abilities. Physical therapists work with many types of patients, from athletes to those recovering from a variety of orthopedic conditions. At UOA, patients benefit from comprehensive physical therapy, performed onsite and closely monitored by our physicians.

Physical Therapy Locations

Somerset Office

Monmouth Office

2 Worlds Fair Dr., 2nd Floor 4810 Belmar Blvd.
Somerset, NJ 08873 Wall Township, NJ 07753
Phone: 732-537-0200 Phone: 732-938-5333
Monday – Thursday: 7am – 7pm Monday – Thursday: 8am – 5:30pm
Friday: 7am – 3pm Friday: 8am – 3:30pm

Related Services

Occupational/Hand Therapy
Sports Performance
Bridge the Gap


I would like to thank the entire physical therapy staff at UOA as my recovery from a total knee replacement was a positive experience thanks to the dedication and professional care I received. My therapist was Christine, who was very attentive and caring with each visit. All of the therapists seem to love their patients!

— Joyce Hanson
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Upper Back Exercise

Lower Body Exercise

Theraband Exercise

Upper Back Exercise

Lower Body Stretching Exercise

PT Testimonial

Home Program: Knee Exercises

ACL Rehabilitation: Jessica Spivey

Preventing Shoulder Injury - Blake Swan

Phase l - Anterior Hip Rehabilitation - Dr. Kayiaros

Phase ll - Anterior Hip Physical Therapy - Dr. Kayiaros

Phase lll - Anterior Hip Rehabilitation - Dr. Kayiaros

Hip Study Intro - Dr. Kayiaros

Introduction to Anterior Hip Replacement Surgery

Dean (Dino) Pinciotti, PT - Director of Physical Therapy

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Kevin Campanale, PT, DPT

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Jessica Spivey, PT, MPT

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Ryan P. Kay, PT, DPT

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