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Adam, Stephanie P., DO Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 140 Park Avenue, Florham Park

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Corona, Joseph T., MD Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 1 Diamond Hill Road, Berkeley Heights

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Kavanagh, Mark L., MD Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 6 Brighton Road, Clifton
61 Beaverbrook Road, Lincoln Park
34 Mountain Boulevard, Warren

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Nordstrom, Thomas J., MD Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 215 Union Avenue, Suite B, Bridgewater

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Rombough, Gary R., MD Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 33 North Fullerton Avenue, Montclair

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Thrower, Albert B., MD Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 574 Springfield Avenue, Westfield

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Wagshul, Adam D., MD Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 261 James Street, Morristown
50 Cherry Hill Road, Parsippany
121 Center Grove Road, Randolph
34 Mountain Boulevard, Warren

Click to enlarge Each day, you take thousands of steps – steps that are made possible by the hundreds of bones, tendons, ligaments and muscles seamlessly working together in your feet and ankles. The foot alone has 28 bones.  Together, the foot and ankle form a complex structure of bones and joints. These not only enable you to walk, but also facilitate basic movements like standing and flexing the foot as well as more high-energy movements like running and jumping. When an injury or condition disturbs the normal functioning of any of these bones and joints, it can result in pain, muscle weakness and limited mobility.

 

 

 

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