The Princeton Spine and Joint Center in Princeton New Jersey strives to offer excellent musculoskeletal medical care that is second to none. Without needing to travel to New York City, Philadelphia or Baltimore, we offer premier, individualized, evidence-based treatment of spine, joint, muscle, and nerve pain. Our doctors not only stay up-to-date with the latest musculoskeletal medicine research, they create, publish, edit, and review it. Our doctors not only read textbooks, they write them. Our business model is simple: treat each patient as an individual and achieve good outcomes one patient at a time.
Welcome to Episode #26 of the Princeton Spine and Joint Center Podcast. In this episode Dr. Scott Curtis, Sports Medicine Director at Princeton Spine and Joint Center, sat down with Dr. Lisa Baptis, a physical therapist at Penn Medicine Princeton Health, who has been trained specifically in the Meeks Method and had an in-depth discussion about osteoporosis.
Welcome to Episode #25 of the Princeton Spine and Joint Center Podcast. In this episode Dr. Scott Curtis, Sports Medicine Director at Princeton Spine and Joint Center, sat down with Dr. Jaimee Kukla, a chiropractor practicing in Lawrenceville, New Jersey for over 20 years and disscussed chiropractic manipulation, what it's used for, some of the misconceptions behind it, the difference between chiropractic manipulation and physical therapy, and when one is an appropriate treatment over the other.
Welcome to Episode #24 of the Princeton Spine and Joint Center Podcast. In this episode Dr. Scott Curtis, Sports Medicine Director at Princeton Spine and Joint Center, sat down with Dr. Greg Kelley, Princeton Spine & Joint Center's newest physician. Dr. Kelley joined PS&J Center from the Georgetown Hospital System, where he specialized in musculoskeletal medicine.
Welcome to Episode #23 of the Princeton Spine and Joint Center Podcast. In this episode Dr. Scott Curtis, Sports Medicine Director at Princeton Spine and Joint Center, discussed ACL Injuries with Nick Cifelli, a Sports Physical Therapist who works with Progression Physical Therapy in Princeton New Jersey as well as The Training Room in Southern New Jersey.
In episode 22 of the Princeton Spine and Joint Center podcast, Dr Zinovy Meyler, the co-director of the interventional spine program at the Princeton Spine and Joint Center discusses Tai Chi with Sifu Tony Jackson, founder of Dao Concepts.
Tai Chi. Most of us are familiar with the common scene in which it is portrayed; a group of seniors practicing slow movements in a park. As you will learn in this podcast conversation, tai chi is far more than that.
Rotator Cuff Tears
In this episode of the Princeton Spine & Joint Center Podcast, Dr. Marco Funiciello, Co-Director of the Interventional Spine Program spoke with Dr. Freddie Song, an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in knee and shoulder injuries and surgery.
This podcast is about the topic of rotator cuff, rotator cuff tears, rotator cuff tendinopathy, and dives into the intricacies of surgical evaluation and surgical approach.
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Very informative. These episodes go into great detail. They help give a greater understanding of the pain that people are going through. Wonderful episodes every time.
Educational and illuminating
Hard to believe that this is only the first podcast from Princeton Spine and Joint Center! I would highly recommend subscribing because even if you yourself do not experience pain or discomfort, I’m sure there’s someone in your life that does. In this life of stress, sports injuries, osteoarthritis and etc. it’s important to understand about treatment options so one can make informed decisions about their healthcare. Personally I most enjoyed the discussion on joint facet pain since it’s something from which I suffer daily.
Keep up the great work guys!