Dr. Michael H. Rieber specializes in the treatment of Labral Tears, Shoulder Dislocation, Rotator Cuff, Arthritic treatments, and Total and Reverse Total Replacements at his locations in Springfield and Newark, New Jersey.Learn more about the Latest in Shoulder Advances >
Sports Medicine &
Orthopedics in New Jersey
Orthopaedics Unlimited is devoted to the care and treatment of the musculoskeletal system. This includes the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, nerves and also includes arthritis. Dr. Rieber's goal is to provide you with state-of-the-art care in orthopedics (also spelled: orthopaedics) and sports medicine. Quality time is devoted to each patient toward the restoration of health and prevention of future problems.
Minimally Invasive Joint Surgery in New Jersey, NJ
Dr. Michael Rieber is an advocate of minimally invasive surgery, and strives to use these advances whenever possible to improve outcomes for patients. Compared to traditional surgery, minimally invasive advances help reduce the pain and downtime associated with surgery, and also minimize scarring.
Innovative treatment options, including direct anterior hip replacement surgery and MIS knee replacement, can potentially alleviate painful arthritis symptoms and allow patients to return to the activities they love.
Sports medicine is a discipline concerned with the treatment of athletic injuries in a safe and effective manner. Dr. Rieber is fellowship-trained in Sports Medicine, making him an exceptional choice for treating athletic injuries in New Jersey.
In his experience treating both professional and amateur athletes, including the Newark Bears baseball team and the Newark High School football team, Dr. Rieber has developed a reputation for providing world-class orthopedic care.
Innovative Shoulder Pain Treatment
Dr. Rieber is a shoulder surgery specialist, treating both patients with athletic injuries and osteoarthritis in the most effective manner possible. As an arthroscopic surgery expert, Dr. Rieber treats patients suffering from a number of musculoskeletal injuries, including labral tears, rotator cuff tears, and dislocated shoulders.
Dr. Rieber will only suggest joint replacement surgery (total joint replacement or reverse shoulder replacement) when the patient's arthritis does not respond to conservative approaches. This ensures that patients receive the least invasive and most comfortable treatment possible.