Happy October and many updates from your friends at Princeton Spine & Joint Center!
It is a pleasure to send our first newsletter to you in over two years! There are too many updates to catch up on in just one newsletter. But we thought we were past due to reach out, wish you a happy autumn, and let you know a bit of what has been going on most recently at PSJC.
First, as many of you know, we have two amazing new doctors who have already been with us for almost a year. Drs. Peter Murphy and Arth Patel are board-certified, fellowship-trained thought leaders in sports medicine and have treated everyone from professional, collegiate and high school athletes to weekend warriors, couch potatoes and everyone in between. Please join us in extending these two excellent doctors a warm welcome to our town.
Peter Murphy, DO
In other news, we are pleased to announce that Dr. Cooper, having completed an overachieving six medical textbooks over the last year that are now in the process of publication with global leading Springer Publishing, is ending his sabbatical…finally! He will be back to seeing patients at the end of the month. As he returns to seeing patients, we would like to note that he will not be participating with many insurance plans so please inquire with our staff about insurance questions if you are interested in seeing him.
And last but very far from least, we would like to congratulate our very own Co-Founder, Dr. Ana Bracilovic, for leading our dance medicine team that was recently honored for its service and dedication to dancers at Princeton Ballet School and American Repertory Ballet Company at the American Repertory Ballet Gala earlier this year.
We are happy to announce that our YouTube channel has been getting increasingly popular and now boasts almost 2,000 subscribers. Our most popular video demonstrates exercises for golfer’s elbow and has over 100,000 views. We have videos that discuss many spine and joint problems, popular medications, and detailed demonstrations of home therapeutic exercises for various pain conditions. Please consider checking it out (and subscribing to our channel, of course)!
Once again, Happy Autumn and Happy Halloween from our family to yours!
We love the changing of the seasons and the crispness in the air and we hope it will remind all of us how much we have to be grateful for — and that we will each feel inspired to get outside and move our spines and joints to help stay healthy and active.
If you have any questions, medical or otherwise, which you think would be interesting for us to cover in our future newsletters, please let us know and we’ll do our best to get back to you. You can reach us at email@example.com