New Jersey Sports Medicine Coronavirus COVID 19 Update

New Jersey Sports Medicine remains open during this difficult time.   
We have made operational changes to keep you safe, our staff safe, and
to help flatten the curve and slow the spread of the Coronavirus. Nothing
though has changed in terms of Dr. Marc Silberman and New Jersey
Sports Medicine delivering the highest level of patient care.

To reassure you at New Jersey Sports Medicine:

Unlike most other orthopedic physicians, Dr. Marc Silberman has NO
hospital practice and does not visit the hospital for any reason.  None of
the staff at New Jersey Sports Medicine work or spend any time in a
hospital.  We currently have suspended our teaching of all medical
students and residents and other physicians to avoid contact with the
Coronavirus.

Unlike most other orthopedic physician offices, New Jersey Sports
Medicine is run very lean with the fewest possible staff, currently only
Dr. Silberman and one other staff member will be present during patient
hours.

Unlike most other orthopedic physician offices, New Jersey Sports
Medicine has an exam room that is open, greater than 20 feet by 10 feet,
compared to usual orthopedic doctor exam rooms that are 8 feet by 8
feet.

Unlike most other physician offices, New Jersey Sports Medicine is a
one physician office and as such the traffic flow is much less than other
orthopedic offices limiting our and your contact with others.

Because we are a one physician office, at New Jersey Sports Medicine
we have been able to space patient visits out so that you will not be in
contact with other patients, scheduling patients every 30 minutes,
keeping only one patient/one family in the wait room at any one time.

We ask that if you need emergency orthopedic care, please do not visit
an urgent care or emergency room prior to coming to New Jersey Sports
Medicine.  Call New Jersey Sports Medicine first (908) 647 - 6464 and
come here first as to not overwhelm the hospitals and to not put yourself
in danger or our office in danger.  We have x-ray on site and ultrasound
on site, along with casting, splinting, and bracing at New Jersey Sports
Medicine.

We ask that you be smart, don't fear but control what you can control.  
Wash your hands often.  Keep a distance from others.  Do not visit high
risk locations such as crowded places and hospitals and urgent cares.  
And if you have any symptoms or have traveled, please let us know as
Telemedicine is another option for established patients.

This too shall pass.
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