Our specialty-trained knee doctors at our Joint Replacement Center and Sports Medicine Center of Excellence at Tri-County Orthopedics are recognized and respected leaders in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of knee injuries and conditions.
A common complaint amongst nearly everyone is knee pain. There can be several reasons or causes for knee pain such as a tear in the cartilage or ligament or the onset and effects of arthritis. Depending on the cause of your knee pain, treatments for knee pain can vary from conservative nonsurgical care to minimally invasive knee surgery and knee replacements.
Patients who suffer from knee pain may visit their primary care physician's office, though a referral is often made to an orthopedic surgeon, who is a medical doctor trained to treat injuries and conditions of the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments of the entire body, including those from sports-related activities or the onset of aging conditions like arthritis. Specialists who undergo additional specialized training through a fellowship are often referred to as a knee specialist who is an expert in sports medicine or joint replacement.
If you're suffering knee pain, it may be time to visit a joint or sports medicine doctor at Tri-County Orthopedics.
When to Seek Knee Care
Our specialists understand that proper diagnosis is paramount in determining the most effective plan to treat your individual needs and may include surgery. Request an appointment online or call (973) 538-2334 to consult with a knee surgeon or specialist if you are suffering from any of the following symptoms in the knee:
- Bruising, swelling, or severe pain
- Difficulty moving your knee for normal tasks
- Popping or crunching sounds within the knee
- Stiffness, or inability to bend or straighten the knee
- Sudden or sharp knee pain
- Warmth around the knee joint
Common knee conditions and injuries that result in the symptoms above include:
- Anterior cruciate ligament injuries (medically referred to as ACL)
- Cartilage injuries
- Ligament and tendon injuries
- Meniscus injuries
- Sprains or strains
- Tendonitis (medically referred to as tendinitis)
Your World-Class Team and Hometown Choice for Knee Care
At Tri-County Orthopedics—the most preferred, recognized, and awarded orthopedic practice in the region—you’re in the care of exceptional, specialty-trained orthopedic doctors, surgeons and staff. Our specialty-trained knee doctors at our Joint Replacement Center and Sports Medicine Center are recognized and respected leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of knee problems—from complex injuries to simple conditions—using both nonsurgical and surgical treatments.
Together, our knee doctors and staff take a team approach to assess, diagnose, and treat our knee patients. With their training, Dr. Wayne Colizza, Dr. Robert D'Agostini, Dr. Edward Decter, Dr. David Epstein, Dr. Aaron Forbes, Dr. Claudia Ginsberg, Dr. Robert Goldman, Dr. Stephen Hunt, Dr. Paul Lombardi, Dr. Kenneth Montgomery, and Dr. Andrew Willis have the experience and skill to treat a wide range of injuries and conditions with both conservative treatments and surgical procedures if necessary. To learn more about our Joint Replacement Center and Sports Medicine Center of Excellence at Tri-County Orthopedics and its renowned doctors, we invite you to review our patient education resources, view our Athlete and Parent’s Online Guide to Sports Medicine on our Web site, or use the quick links below.
When you're ready to discuss your knee issue and your individual treatment options with one of our knee doctors at Tri-County Orthopedics, you can use our My Choice resource to help select the right knee specialist for you and make an appointment online or call (973) 538-2334. We have convenient locations in Cedar Knolls, Bedminster, Livingston, and Sparta.
If your injury or symptoms can't wait for an appointment, please visit our Walk-In Clinic in Cedar Knolls. Click here to check the hours and availability.