Sports Medicine

Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute Celebrates World Pediatric Bone and Joint Day, Aims to Aid in Response to Growing Problem of Sports Injuries Among Youth

FREEHOLD, N.J.Oct. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — In honor of World Pediatric Bone and Joint Day on October 19th, the Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute announces an array of services and resources for promoting orthopedic health in patients of all ages. AOSMI has released a variety of free content, including new guides for parents and children, via their main and subsidiary sites. With bone and joint health being so important, especially children, AOSMI offers services to care for your body throughout the years.

“Bone and joint health has always been important, but in the last couple years in particular there’s been a real issue with more and more kids getting serious sports injuries. Studies have shown it, and it’s something we come face to face with–it’s clear we as health professionals need to really step up and help share our knowledge to prevent these injuries, and make sure the injuries that do occur are treated properly to minimize risk of long term consequences,” said James F. Cozzarelli, MD, FAAOS, an orthopedic surgeon at AOSMI.

The AOSMI team includes wellness experts, surgeons, sports medicine experts, physical therapists, nutritionists, and other specialists to provide comprehensive care. Whether it’s preventative medicine, corrective treatment for movement and posture problems, diagnosis and treatment of injuries, or rehabilitative care, the AOSMI team has it covered. The colocation of the AOSMI professionals allows for a more convenient and familiar environment for patients–important, the group believes, for families.

“Visits to the doctor can be frightening and confusing for kids. Having one place to go to–especially if there’s an issue that needs long-term care–helps. We try to make our patients feel at home here,” said Paul Joseph Chubb, DO, an orthopedic surgeon and hand specialist at AOSMI.

To view some of AOSMI’s current free resources, visit the patient education portal at or the AOSMI blog, at  For a list of AOSMI subsidiary sites, each of which offers additional blog posts and resources, see AOSMI also offers regular updates on events, wellness tips, and more via social media, on Facebook and on Twitter at

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