NJ Top Docs and NJ Top Dentists are proud to feature the following May 2017 approved providers:

NJ Top Docs and NJ Top Dentists are proud to feature the following May 2017 approved providers: (Please note that all listings hyperlinked in blue are links to their online profile. Those that are bolded in black do not have an online profile at this time.) NJ Top Docs Include: Acupuncture Monmouth County Dr. Liping Wang Cardiology Bergen County Dr. Brad Herman Cardiology & Internal Medicine Bergen County Dr. Stephen Sherer Chiropractic Care Warren County Dr. James Fedich Gastroenterology Burlington County Dr. Joseph Savon Essex County Dr. Andrew B. Stefaniwsky Internal Medicine Cumberland County Dr. Fiore J. Copare Dr. Ekram L. Hanna Essex County Dr. Nudrat F. Ayub Morris County Dr. Gregg Marella Dr. Kishwar Shareef Union County Dr. Edward A. Adler Nephrology Mercer County Dr. David Y. Pai Obstetrics & Gynecology Bergen County Dr. Hetal Gor Middlesex County Dr. Niyati Davda Orthopedic Surgery Bergen County Dr. James Hale Dr. Nicholas Alexander  Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Hunterdon County Dr. Philip J. Glassner Pediatric Care Hudson County Dr. Andrzej Klos Gloucester County Advocare Laurel Pediatrics Podiatry Atlantic County Dr. Stuart W. Honick Morris County Dr. Jordan Steinberg Pulmonology & Critical Care Bergen County Dr. Daniel M. Suffin Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Bergen County Dr. Wilbert Yeung Radiology Read More

NJ Top Docs Presents, Celebrates Dr. Saad B. Chaudhary Another Year!

Dr. Chaudhary has been reviewed and re approved as a 2017 NJ Top Doc! Saad B. Chaudhary, MD is committed to providing the highest quality of spine care to all his patients. “Along with the treatment of acute or chronic problems, I focus on preventative care with all my patients to alleviate possible future issues. I am pleased to have you as a patient. If you have any questions, always feel free to contact my office and my trained staff will assist you in any way possible.” Dr. Saad Chaudhary is currently at The Mount Sinai Hospital Systems in New York. He was previously an Asst. Professor at Rutgers – NJ Medical School. Dr. Chaudhary offers personalized patient care focusing on each patient’s specific medical condition and functional needs. He has been recognized by his patients and peers to be a compassionate and outstanding clinician. His awards include NJ and NY Top Doc, America’s Top Orthopedist, and NJ Magazine’s Top Doctor. He attends to patients and operates at several area hospitals. He has written several chapters for Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical spine textbooks, along with publications for various professional journals. Dr. Chaudhary specializes in the treatment of all disorders of the Read More

NJ Top Docs and NJ Top Dentists are proud to feature the following March 2017 approved providers:

Scotch Plains, NJ – April 5, 2017 NJ Top Docs and NJ Top Dentists are proud to feature the following March 2017 approved providers: (Please note that all listings hyperlinked in blue are links to their online profile. Those that are bolded in black do not have an online profile at this time.) NJ Top Docs Include: Cardiology Bergen County Dr. Marcus L. Williams Chiropractic Care Gloucester Dr. Scott Aumenta Monmouth Dr. Raj Gupta Morris Dr. Michael A. Irhin Ocean Dr. James Kirk Salem Dr. Ivan Nadler Chiropractic Care & Acupuncture Essex Dr. James J. Santiago Chiropractic Care & Physical Therapy Bergen Dr. Brad Butler Facial, Cosmetic, & Plastic Surgery Bergen Dr. Michael Gartner Essex Dr. Paul Figlia Family Practice Middlesex Dr. Ron Suzuki Gastroenterology Bergen Dr. Richard C. Golding Ocean Dr. Assif Rozovsky Internal Medicine Bergen Dr. Dana B. Gellis Dr. Tina M. Fadil Monmouth Dr. Abolghassem Garmkhorani Dr. Spencer Kroll Passaic Dr. Jeffrey A. Weiss Dr. Zhanna Branovan Internal Medicine & Nephrology Mercer Dr. Seema Basi Nephrology Union Dr. Michael A. Imbriano Pediatric Orthopedics Morris Dr. Samuel Fanburg Pediatric Care Burlington Dr. Benjamin Rosenblum Dr. Jennifer McHugh Morris Dr. Jennifer Shaw-Brachfeld Physical Therapy Bergen Dr. Robert Freund Podiatry Bergen Read More

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month

Problem gambling, like any other addiction, is a cycle that pushes the victim further and further into a deep, dark, troubled actuality. Rare instances show gambling addicts needing constant monitoring, unable to control themselves. The impulse developed in the brain after placing excessive bets will unavoidably take more time and money, with players losing sight of their priorities and finding themselves unable to assess the consequences of their actions correctly. The cure to problem gambling is gambling awareness practiced through responsible gaming. Knowing the risks and being aware of yourself and of your attitude towards betting will save you from risking your future. The following are general stages that create the cycle of compulsive betting: 1. Wrong ideas about how gambling will change your life will shape how you look at the habit. If you see it as a money-making scheme, as a way to make quick money, then you are doomed to proceed to the next stages. Others gamble to escape uncomfortable emotions which confuse the brain to interpret betting as a source of happiness until it eventually becomes your ONLY source of positive feelings. Betting should be a recreational activity, but it ceases to be a game when Read More

February’s Featured Healthy Recipe: Slow-Cooker Pork Tacos

Ingredients: 3 whole ancho chiles 3 whole pasilla chiles 4 cloves garlic, unpeeled 2 to 3 chipotles in adobo sauce 1/2 medium white onion, roughly chopped 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon cider vinegar Kosher salt 2 teaspoons dried oregano, preferably Mexican 3 3/4 cups low-sodium chicken broth 4 pounds boneless pork shoulder (untrimmed), cut into chunks Freshly ground pepper 2 bay leaves 1 cinnamon stick Corn tortillas, warmed, for serving Assorted taco toppings, for garnish Instructions: Put the ancho and pasilla chiles and the garlic in a bowl; add 2 to 3 tablespoons water. Microwave on high until soft and pliable, 2 to 3 minutes. Stem and seed the chiles; peel the garlic. Transfer the chiles and garlic to a blender. Add the chipotles, onion, 2 tablespoons olive oil, honey, vinegar, 1 tablespoon salt and the oregano to the blender; puree until smooth. Heat the remaining 1 tablespoon oil in a large skillet over high heat; add the chile sauce and fry, stirring, until thick and fragrant, about 8 minutes. Pour in the broth and reduce until slightly thickened. Season the pork all over with salt and pepper and transfer to a large slow cooker. Read More