Welcome to our Patient Resources Center.
Please find links below to the different resources we have made available in order to help educated our patients. We hope these resources will make your office consultation more efficient and productive. If you have any questions about anything you find in our Patient Resources Center, please contact us at 201.515.5190.
Are you ready to live a full, pain-free life? Progressive Spine & Orthopaedics is dedicated to you reaching this goal. .Learn more
List of links to important hospitals and organizations with which New Jersey spine surgeon Dr. Joshua Rovner is associated.Learn more
Are you a new patient? Here are forms for new patients.Learn more
"My cervical decompression fusion surgery was exactly as Dr Rovner had explained. My recovery was successful and better than anticipated. Dr Rovner, as well as his staff were extremely attentive and supportive following my surgery."Learn more
Preparing for Spine Surgery
Once you and your spine surgeon decide that surgery will help you, you’ll need to learn what to expect from the surgery and create a treatment plan for the best results afterward.Learn more
Read Dr. Joshua Rovner's blog to learn more about spine surgery.Learn more
These animations are for informational purposes and are not meant to act as or replace the dignosis of a licensed medical professional.Learn more
See a full list of informative videos on orthopaedics, spine treatments, spine conditions and much more here.Learn more
Explore our comprehensive spine surgery glossary. First and foremost, our New Jersey spine surgery center is focused on educating patients so they best understand their condition.Learn more
For many of us, the thought of spine surgery is enough to send shivers up . . . well, you know. If you have been recommended for spine surgery, the next best step is to find a highly competent spine surgeon who can provide a second opinion.Learn more
Injury to the back or spine is a common occurrence in the workplace. As reported by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), back injuries were prominent among work-related musculoskeletal disorder cases in 2016, particularly in certain industries.Learn more
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