• Dr. Tauro featured in May 2014 issue of MDNews Magazine

    Joseph Tauro, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at new Jersey Medical School and Director of Ocean County Sports Medicine, a comprehensive, regional orthopedic practice focused on leading-edge medical care and excellent patient outcomes, was asked to teach at the Eighth Turkish Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, held by the Turkish Society of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, in Izmir, Turkey, March 19-22. Dr. Tauro was selected for being an internationally recognized pioneer in advanced orthopedic care for surgical and nonsurgical procedures.

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  • Body Heat: Expert Advice on Cooling Down Inflammation

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  • Prevention is the Key to Joint Health May is National Arthritis Month

    Arthritis is often stigmatized as a disease that solely affects the elderly community. Though the incidence of arthritis does increase with age, this disease is not age or gender specific. Arthritis sufferers include both men and women and can occur at any stage of life. Arthritis prevention is relevant for everyone and a better understanding of it can benefit both arthritis patients and people who are not afflicted with the disease. Because of this, the Month of May has been deemed as National Arthritis Month in an effort to help educate our local community about how to prevent and/or manage arthritis.

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