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 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:
Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world and participation in the USA is growing rapidly. Unfortunately, participants of at all levels are getting injured. Dr. David P. Rudman, a fellowship trained Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Surgeon, will be giving a lecture on some common soccer injuries, treatments and prevention techniques.
Sign up Now! There are so many benefits of signing up for a race. The physical and mental benefits of training for and participating in races is undeniable. Signing up for a race puts something on the calendar, a goal to work toward, it's motivation. As a middle aged Orthopaedic Surgeon who participates in local swimming, biking, and running races I've experienced the benefit personally. Cross traing, staying healthy and great community to be a part of. https://wyckoffymca.org/raceevents/triathlon/