Jason E. Fond, MD

Background and Education

Dr. Fond attended Tufts University then went on to the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He received his residency training in orthopedic surgery at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein Hospital. He completed a fellowship in sports medicine and arthroscopy at the Nirschl Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Clinic affiliated with Georgetown University. He has authored and contributed to multiple research projects in various areas of orthopedic surgery. Dr. Fond has been a frequent lecturer and presenter at international and national orthopedic meetings.

Sports Medicine

Dr. Fond is active in the conservative and surgical treatment of recreational and professional athletes and dancers. He has been an assistant team physician for the Washington Redskins and George Mason University. Dr. Fond is very involved in the care of varsity athletes at high schools in Rockland and Bergen Counties, including St. Joseph's Regional High School. In addition he is a team physician and an assistant professor at Dominican College.

Professional Career

Dr. Fond joined Advanced Orthopedics & Sports Medicine August 2001. In addition to sports medicine, Dr. Fond treats patients of all ages with multiple orthopedics diagnoses. This includes joint reconstruction for arthritis, fixation of complex fractures, hand trauma, and pediatric injuries.

Publications

  1. Fond, J., Nirschl, R., et al: Arthroscopic Notchplasty and Debridement for Treatment of Osteoarthritis of the Knee: Two and Five Year Results. Arthroscopy 2002; 18:829-834
  2. Hubbell, JD., Abmad, S., Bozenoff, LS., Fond, J. Pettrone, F., et al: Comparison of shoulde stabilization using arthroscopic transglenoid sutures versus open capsulolabral repairs: a 5-year minimum follow-up.
  3. Awbrey, B., Kuong, S., Fond, J., et all: The role of alpha-1-protease inhibitor in the inhibition of protease activity of human knee osteoarthritis: a biochemical and immunohistochemical study. Transactions of the Ortopaedic Research Society. 17:695, 1992.

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