David P. Rudman, MD an Orthopaedic Surgeon at Specialty Orthpaedics of New Jersey, PA in Ridgewood, NJ was recognized at a "Top Doctor" for 2020. He was recognized for excellence in Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine.
Dr. Rudman, a fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon in Ridgewood, NJ, is proud to be part of the medical advisory board of Physimax. Physimax is a markerless motion-capture technoligy used to aid in preventing injuries, increasing performance and returning to play or work after an injury or surgery. Physimax's technology was devloped using minimal equipment including a 3D camera such as a Microsoft Kinect and a computer. Physimax has be able to adapt its algorithms to be used with cameras that are on smart phones and tablets. This will allow the masses to access this technology that once was only available to professional and elite athletes. Two of my partners were recently quoted in an article on SportTechie Physimax.
The Wyckoff / Franklin Lakes Tirathlon is Saturday June 15, 2019. Specialty Orthopaedics of New Jersey, P.A. is a proud sponsor of this phenomenal local race. Our own Dr. David P. Rudman will be paritcipating in this event. This event has a special place in Dr. Rudman's heart as it was the first triathlon he ever participated in.
Specialty Orthopaedics of New Jersey, PA is very proud to announce that Dr. David P. Rudman has again been recognized as of NJTopDocs for 2019. He is recognized for excellence in Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine.
On November 4, 2018, I ran the New York City Marathon, my first marathon ever. I’ve never been prouder to finish 18,842nd in any thing in my life. My time was 4:12:48, slightly better than the average time for men at 4:26.55. I was expecting to finish between 4-4:15, so I was pretty happy. #NJSportsdoc, #NYCMarathon
Dr. David P. Rudman, an Orthopedic Surgeon fellowshiop trained in Shoulder, Knee and Sports Medicine, is honored to have been asked to participate in "Advanced Orthopedic Day" at the Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ. Dr. Rudman will be discussing Total Shoulder Arthroplasty, Anatomic and Reverse Shoulder Replacements. His presentation will include all that is done before, during and after surgery to maximize patient outcomes and to prevent complications.
Dr. David P. Rudman, an Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in Shoulder, Knee and Sports Medicine, will be giving a lecture titled, "Shouldering the Pain". This lecture is part of the Valley Hospital PrimeTime program. It will be held October 18 at 10:30 am - 12:00 pm at the Dorothy B Kraft Center, 15 Essex Road, Paramus. Attendees will learn about Rotator Cuff Syndrome: tears and repairs, Total shoulder arthroplasty and Reverse Total shoulder arthroplasty. Sign up: