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Professional Orthopaedic Associates has won the 2018 Spectrum Award for Excellence in Customer Service and earned a rating of five out of five stars. The award was presented by City Beat News based on the publishing company’s independent research.

Professional Orthopaedic Associates has won the 2018 Spectrum Award for Excellence in Customer Service and earned a rating of five out of five stars. The award was presented by City Beat News based on the publishing company’s independent research. Patients seeking Professional Orthopaedic Associates' award-winning bone, joint, and muscle care are encouraged to call (732) 530-4949 to be seen at any one of their convenient locations in Tinton Falls, Toms River, or Freehold.

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Our very own Dr. David Gentile was recently interviewed by WOBM regarding lecturing at his alma mater, Drew University.

Click here to listen to the segment from WOBM.

For the fifth consecutive year, the surgeons at Professional Orthopaedic Associates were named Top Doctors of 2017 by New Jersey Monthly Magazine. The award is based on peer election, and only 4% of the 23,000+ nominees received this prestigious honor. 

The Top Doctor distinction is awarded each year to New Jersey doctors across all medical specialties who have been recommended by other area medical experts who have met and surpassed selection criteria and standards for excellence in patient care and outcomes. 

Dr. David Gentile, orthopaedic surgeon at Professional Orthopaedic Associates in Tinton Falls, was a guest lecturer at his alma mater, Drew University, in Madison, New Jersey. Dr. Gentile was invited to speak to upper-level anatomy and physiology students by Professor A.J. Russo, Ph.D. Dr.

Congratulations to Dr. Jason Saleh!

Based on his patient ratings and reviews, he has received the 2016 Vitals Compassionate Doctor Award. This award recognizes Dr. Saleh as a doctor who always goes above and beyond to treat his patients with the utmost of kindness.

Dr. Mark Gesell and his patient Mary Lee Bass were recently featured in Monmouth Health & Life Magazine!

Back in 2006, Mary Lee Bass first injured her knee while tap dancing. Physical therapy worked for a while, but over time, the pain returned. Mary Lee who is a retired professor from Monmouth University’s School of Education, had seen Dr. Mark Gesell once before for hip pain and was thrilled with her results. Recently, when her knee pain returned she turned to Professional Orthopaedic Associates to see Dr. Gesell.

Gary Schaefer’s fingers were, as his coworkers said, falling off the bone. After experiencing pain, deformity and loss of function from rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis for 13 years and seeing specialist after specialist, the long-time Brick resident said he believed there was no treatment.

We are the official team orthopaedic doctors for the Cedar Stars Academy (Monmouth)!

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