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Harry A. Bade III, MD

About Harry A. Bade III

Over the last 30 years, the physicians at Professional Orthopaedic Associates have developed an excellent reputation for providing the highest level of orthopaedic care. They are committed to truly listening to their patients. The doctors understand that each patient is unique, so treatment plans are individualized to meet each patient’s orthopaedic needs.

Drs. Bade, Johnson, Torpey, Foos, Gentile, Cohen, Gabisan and Gesell are all board-certified orthopaedic surgeons with subspecialty training from some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the country, including Duke University Medical Center, Hospital for Special Surgery, Stanford University and Johns Hopkins University.

This award-winning team offers many same-day, minimally-invasive procedures. These procedures allow patients to experience minimal discomfort and return to activities more quickly than before. They offer arthroscopic surgery for the shoulder, hip, knee, elbow, wrist and ankle; advanced treatment of sports related injuries; advanced spinal procedures, including anterior cervical and lumbosacral discectomy; and joint replacements for the ankle, hip, knee and shoulder. The doctors also offer a broad range of non-operative solutions and serve as orthopaedic team physicians for Monmouth University, Georgian Court University, Brookdale Community College, Cedar Stars Academy., FC Monmouth Soccer, and more than 20 area high schools. “We strive to provide comprehensive care tailored to your individual needs,” says spinal surgeon and senior partner Dr. Cohen. “We pride ourselves on answering any and all questions so that the patient feels comfortable, cared for, and ultimately confident with the treatment plan.”