Garden State Pain and Orthopedics Partners with Crunch Fitness Clifton

Aug 18, 2022

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Garden State Pain and Orthopedics visited Crunch Fitness to meet with active members, discuss treatment options, and give away some free snacks and merchandise. The event was a success and the companies plan of collaborating in the near future.

On August 16, 2022, Garden State Pain and Orthopedics setup at table at the front entrance of Crunch Fitness in Clifton with protein bars, water, and branded goodies for any gym member that decided to stop by. They also gave away a $30 amazon gift card. Dr. Scott Hanauer, Foot and Ankle Specialist, along with Garden State Pain and Orthopedics’ marketing team had a great time talking with gym goers and discussing past sports injuries and their stories. 

When asked about the event, Dr. Scott stated, “I’m an active gym member at Crunch. I usually go 3 or 4 days a week before or after work. I enjoy working out at this location because there are plenty of weights, and the facility is always clean. I had great time today meeting with other crunch members, discussing treatments, and hearing their stories.” 

If you are interested in trying out Crunch Fitness in Clifton, you can sign up for a Free One-Day pass at https://www.crunch.com/locations/clifton

The team at Garden State Pain and Orthopedics’ recently hired Dr. Scott Hanauer to expand more into sports injuries related to Foot and Ankle, and other Podiatric medicine. Garden State Pain and Orthopedics’ team now has the ability to treat foot and ankle injuries, along with:

  • Shoulder Injuries
  • Knee Injuries
  • Elbow Injuries
  • Hip Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain

At Garden State Pain & Orthopedics, the team treats sports injuries with conservative and minimally invasive treatments whenever possible. Depending on your medical history and symptoms, they might recommend:

  • Custom orthotics
  • Physical therapy
  • Ice, rest, and elevation
  • Over-the-counter pain medication
  • Activity modification
  • Wearing comfortable and supportive shoes
  • Stretches
  • Strengthening exercises
  • Mobility devices, like crutches or a cane

If these treatments don’t ease your symptoms or provide lasting relief, the team might recommend surgery. There are two types of orthopedic surgery –– traditional open surgery and minimally invasive surgery. To receive treatment for pain caused by sports injuries, you can make an appointment at Garden State Pain & Orthopedics by calling the nearest office or booking online today.