Dr. Andrew S. Levy
Dr. Andrew S. Levy is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon who completed his fellowship training in Sports Medicine and Shoulder at Duke University Medical Center. His Sports Medicine practice includes both non-operative and surgical treatment of athletes of all levels, ranging from the professional to the weekend warrior. Dr. Levy routinely performs arthroscopy of the shoulder, knee, elbow and ankle. He also treats shoulder problems of all types including fractures, dislocations, impingement, rotator cuff tears and arthritis.
Dr Levy is not only a clinician and a surgeon, but is a teacher and a researcher. He has published extensively on cartilage injuries, ligamnent reconstruction, shoulder arthroscopy, fractures, soccer injuries, football injuries, rugby injuries and womens sport injuries. He has given over 300 national and international lectures, and frequently teaches surgical techniques at advanced learning centers worldwide. Dr Levy has received numerous awards from the American Orthopedic association, the American Fracture Association and The International Olympic Committee.
A subset of his expertise is cartilage repair, regeneration and transplantation. The practice makes every attempt to use cutting edge biological solutions to save joints.
Dr Levy is listed repeatedly in “The Best Doctors in America”, “America’s Top Surgeons”, “New Jersey’s Best Doctors”, “How To Find the Best Doctors in the New York Metro Region” and “NJ Top Docs“.
- American Academy Orthopedic Surgeons
- American Orthopaedic Association for Sports Medicine
- International Cartilage Repair Society
- New Jersey Orthopedic Society
- Piedmont Orthopaedic Association
- ACL Study Group
- Meniscus Transplantation Study Group
Mary Obringer, PA-C
Mary completed her Masters of Medical Science at Arcadia University in 2010. She began her Physician Assistant career at a gastroenterology practice in Maryland. When she decided to return to New Jersey where she grew up, she made a switch to emergency Medicine with Emergency Medical Associates. With EMA, she worked at several different hospital Emergency Departments and continues to moonlight at a few hospitals on the weekend.
Mary began practicing at the Center for Advanced Sports Medicine in 2013, assisting Dr. Levy in both the office and the operating room.