Care for bones and joints begins with your primary care physician. Your primary care physician is specifically trained to be your first point of entry into the healthcare system and will be your advocate in coordinating your ongoing care working closely with The Center for Bone and Joint Health Program.
If you are experiencing pain or think you may have a condition of your bones or joints, due to injury, sports or family history, your primary care physicians may conduct baseline assessments to document your current health and the condition of your musculoskeletal system. If a change occurs, your primary care physician can then work closely with our orthopedic specialists to coordinate the best plan of action.
If you don’t already have a primary care physician, you may consider selecting a doctor who specializes in family practice or internal medicine. A complete listing is available through Hunterdon Medical Center’s Physician Search
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