Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment Dr. Daniel Savarino at Apex Sports and Regenerative Medicine in Tinton Falls

Sonex: The Evolution of Carpal Tunnel Release Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is one of the most common conditions treated by Sports Medicine and Orthopedic physicians.  It affects more than 12 million people per year in the US and carpal tunnel release is the second most common surgery performed, with over 230,000 performed annually. Carpal tunnel syndrome […]

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension … The “False Brain Tumor” That’s Increasingly Affecting Americans

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH) is not something you hear about every day. In fact, this condition – caused by cerebrospinal spinal fluid (CSF) pressure within the skull that is too high – is considered a rare disorder because it affects only one in 100,000 Americans. Yet, with the epidemic of obesity in our country, a key […]

Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Surgery Helps Baby Boomers Stay Active

Orthopedics is in great demand, specifically from an aging baby boomer generation. Some of the more common surgeries are total knee and hip replacements, which topped 906,000 in the US in 2009, according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. The majority of people that are getting these surgeries are baby boomers, those born between […]

Regenerative Medicine Treatments to Help You Recover

What if the body could rejuvenate itself and get back to the point where everything functions like it did before becoming injured or you started experiencing pain? This is actually possible with regenerative medicine. We offer a wide range of non-surgical treatments to heal injuries, improve bodily function and provide patients with relief from pain. […]

Healing Chronic Neck Pain is Possible: Artificial Disk Surgery Exterminates Decades of Neck Pain for Lakewood Man in Days

Kevin Mills, who suffered from neck pain for years, offers hope to those afflicted with persistent pain. Formerly a licensed exterminator, Kevin Mills used to make a living by removing unwanted pests. However, there was one pesky thing he couldn’t get rid of: his neck pain. “I’ve had problems with my neck for as long […]

Back on Her Feet: How Neurosurgical Spine Surgery Took One Pregnant Mother from Paraplegic to Walking Again

When Rita Arena’s chronic back pain intensified early on in her pregnancy, she knew something was not right. “I didn’t think it was a big deal — until the pain would not subside,” says Rita. Rita was evaluated by a physiatrist, who believed she sprained the thoracic region of her back — the middle area […]

Thunder and Lightning: The new rehab modalities to treat pain.

By David Bertone, PT, DPT, OCS   Every few years, technology advances in the world of physical therapy and rehabilitation have a profound effect on treatment options for pain and injury.  The latest advancement involves the combination of delivering mechanical stress to the injured area and then using the bodies natural healing properties to speed […]

How One Woman Spotted the Warning Signs of a Stroke 8,000 Miles Away … and Saved Her Husband’s Life

As Pawan Madahar was getting ready for work, a video call came through from his wife and kids, who were vacationing in India. He accepted the call, but he was physically unable to speak. Suspecting a poor internet connection, Pawan’s wife Veena called again. This time, she could see he was grabbing his jawbone when […]