My specialty is the treatment of problems of the upper extremity. As a fellowship trained shoulder and elbow specialist, I provide comprehensive treatment in these areas including advanced arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement services.
Our group specializes in minimally invasive surgical techniques in both arthritis and sports medicine, including joint replacement and arthroscopy of the upper and lower extremities. We provide a wide array of treatment techniques using both surgical and nonsurgical options.
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Attending, Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Medical Center
Edison, New Jersey
Attending, Hackensack Meridian Health Raritan Bay Medical Center – Old Bridge
Old Bridge, New Jersey
Same Day Surgery Center of Central Jersey
Edison, New Jersey
Sees patients: Weekdays
Average Wait Time: 24-48 hrs
Office is Handicap Accessible
Other Languages: Spanish
Georgetown University School of Medicine (1987)
Fitzsimons Army Medical Center (1988)
Lenox Hill Hospital (1989)
Brooke Army Medical Center (1994)
Baylor University/ Shoulder and Elbow Reconstruction (1997)
Zimmerman JM, Skedros JF, O’Rourke PJ, Dean MT, Burkhead WZ: Rehabilitation and Non- Operative Treatment. In Warren RF, Craig EV, Altchek DW (eds): The Unstable Shoulder: Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott-Raven, 1997 (in publication).
Skedros JG, O’Rourke PJ, Zimmerman JM, Burkhead WZ: Alternatives to Replacement Arthroplasty for Glenohumeral Arthritis. In Iannotti JP and Williams GW (eds): Disorders of the Shoulder: Diagnosis and Management: Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Raven, 1997 (in publication)
Burkhead WZ, Skedros JG, Zimmerman JM, O’Rourke PJ: Four-Part Fractures of The Proximal Humerus. In Proceedings of the Asian Shoulder Association, Perth, W. Australia, 1997 (in publication).
Burkhead WZ, O’Rourke PJ, Skedros JG, Zimmerman JM: Scapular Fractures. In Proceedings of the Asian Orthopaedic Association, Perth, W. Australia, 1997 (in publication).
The physicians at Orthopedic Associates of Central Jersey are proud to be recognized by their peers in addition to their patients alike.