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Effective Immediately – All Offices Closed – Two Weeks From 03/16/2020 – COVID-19

Dr. Mark Kemenosh and Associates will be closing all FIVE of our locations for 2 weeks, effective immediately, March 16th 2020.


Our first priority as doctors is to provide a safe environment for ALL of our patients and until we are sure we can provide that, we have made this decision as a team to do our part to reduce the spread and flatten the curve.  We made this decision very early on Monday Morning as we were informed that Governor Murphy would be issuing a statewide travel curfew in effect from 8 PM to 5 AM for at least the foreseeable future.  


If you are currently in treatment at any of our facilities, please feel free to reach out to any of our doctors via email to continue your progress from home, however in some cases that may not be feasible. 


Currently our office staff is rescheduling all appointments over the next two weeks via the phone. If you call us back and no one answers, PLEASE leave a voicemail and we will call you back at our next available opportunity.  


We will monitor voicemails as best we can at this time. Thank you for your understanding and your patience during this tough time. We feel strongly this is the best option in the name of public health. Please be safe and treat other each with kindness. 



We will keep our Facebook page flowing as well!  Please join our Facebook page and feel free to comment and chime in.

Looking for some solid reading material while we are all staying home for a bit? Check out our blog! Search for monster walks, or vitamin D, or chondroitin and glucosamine, or shin splints, or back pain! You just never know what you might find!

In other news, Microsoft Bing launches interactive COVID-19 map to provide pandemic news

Microsoft says the tool is pulling data from a collection of sources including the World Health Organization (WHO), the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), and Wikipedia. The tool itself doesn’t say how frequently its numbers are being updated, but at the time of publication we found the data to have been updated in the last hour.