Dr. Alan Nasar Testimonials
Dr Nasar had to perform a difficult knee revision. He explained everything he would do before, and everything he did afterwards. My knee is six weeks post surgery and is doing great. The staff is also wonderful. I’ve already recommended him to a family member. (Arline T. | Mar 2019 | Healthgrades)
Dr. Nasar has replaced parts in several of my family members as well as recently performing a full knee replacement for me. We all are very satisfied with the surgery and follow up care given by Dr. Nasar. It’s so good to have function back in my knee. (Donna B. | Feb 2019 | Healthgrades)
Dr. Nasar has performed knee replacement on both of my knees, the first one was 8 years ago. The first time was so successful there was no way I would have any other doctor when I had my other knee done 3 months ago! Not only is he an expert in surgery but he also takes great care of his patients. He takes the time to listen to you and talks about options available. His office is run very efficiently and staff is always helpful. Highly recommend him! (Linda Lampaglia | Feb 2019 | Google)
Dr. Alan Nasar, board-certified orthopedic surgeon and physician at Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute, spoke with the third and seventh graders at Hillel Yeshiva elementary school on February 27, 2017, as part of the school’s annual health week activities. Rabbi Avi Bodlander, Assistant Principal at Hillel Yeshiva, introduced Dr. Nasar to the students. For the third-graders, Dr. Nasar gave a talk on bones, safety tips, and fracture healing. He even placed the cast on one of the children for demonstration.
For the seventh graders, Mr. Dowling, science teacher, brought in a full-size skeleton and Dr. Nasar reviewed the names of the bones on the skeleton. He also discussed treatment of fractures with casting, external fixation and open reduction, and internal fixation. He then narrated a surgical video demonstrating total knee replacement. At the conclusion, there was an enthusiastic question and answer session. Both classes were very excited about the subject matter.
At the conclusion of the event, Dr. Ruth Katz, Head of School, thanked Dr. Nasar for his long-standing commitment to Hillel Yeshiva and his attendance at health week for multiple consecutive years.
“It is important to teach our children at an early age how their body works and how to keep it healthy,” said Dr. Alan Nasar. “It helps them decrease their chance of injury and may inspire the children to become the next generation of physicians.”
To learn more about Dr. Alan Nasar or the services provided at Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute, please visit www.aosminj.com or call 732-720-2555.
Angelo has had both hips replaced with the surgery performed by Dr. Alan Nasar of AOSMI at The Total Joint Center of New Jersey. Below Angelo describes his experience with his right hip replacement surgery that he had done first. He talks about his rapid recovery, lack of pain, and considerations in discharge to home vs. inpatient.
After recovering from his first surgery, Angelo found he was moving better but eventually his left hip started giving him some trouble. Since he had such wonderful results from his first surgery with Dr. Nasar, Angelo decided to return and have his left hip replaced. Below he talks about the second surgery and how he is doing now that both sides have been replaced.
Frank is a 65 year old male surgery patient who had a partial replacement of the patellofemoral joint in his right knee. The surgery was done by Dr. Alan Nasar. This video was taken 2 1/2 months after the surgery and Frank has excellent range of motion and function. He is pleased with the results of the surgery and participated as an outpatient of Advanced Physical Therapy of Freehold, a division of AOSMI.
Wayne talks about his experience with reverse total shoulder replacement surgery. His surgery was performed by Dr. Alan Nasar of Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute (AOSMI) in Freehold, NJ. Wayne worked with physical therapy and achieved excellent motion and function as seen 5 weeks after his surgery.