Christine M. Corradino,
Dr. Corradino is a New Jersey native, born in Jersey City Medical Center. She is a graduate of Cook College, Rutgers University. She continued her education and obtained her medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (New Jersey Medical School), then completed her orthopedic residency at University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey.
Dr. Corradino is board-certified in orthopedic surgery and has been practicing in New Jersey for over 20 years. As an attending physician at area hospitals, she has expertise in fracture care, sports injuries, work-related trauma, and auto and personal injury. She treats musculoskeletal disorders ranging from low back and neck pain to knee, shoulder, and hand pain.
Dr. Corradino takes a very hands-on, personal approach to all her patients, treating her patients as if they were her family. Her favorite line is, “If you were my mother, father, sister, brother, etc., this is what I would tell you to do.” She believes many orthopedic conditions can be managed nonoperatively, therefore exploring all conservative and nonoperative treatments before recommending surgery.
Luis C. Grau,
Board Certified, Fellowship Trained
Dr. Luis C. Grau is a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon who specializes in the non-operative and operative treatment of orthopedic conditions of the Hip and Knee. Dr. Grau’s clinical interest includes minimally invasive surgical techniques which help promote more rapid recovery. He has advanced training in arthroscopy, direct anterior hip replacement, quad-sparing partial and total knee replacement and is an expert in robotic arm assisted and computer navigated partial and total joint replacement. Dr. Grau believes in advancing the field of joint reconstruction and has authored numerous scientific articles in peer reviewed journals, presented his research about both national and international meetings and serves on the editorial board of The American Journal of Orthopaedics.
Dr. Grau was born in Havana, Cuba and grew up in Miami, Florida. He followed in his father’s footsteps who is also an Orthopaedic Surgeon and studied pre-medicine at the University of Miami where he was accepted on an academic scholarship and as a member of the Honors College. He went on to graduate with high honors and was inducted into the Golden Key Honor Society. Dr. Grau then moved to Chicago to complete his medical school where he was recruited and awarded an academic scholarship by the Hispanic Center of Excellence. In medical school, he was voted president of his class and graduated as a member of the prestigious AOA medical honor society awarded to the top students in each class.
Following medical school, Dr. Grau was selected to complete his residency at the University of Miami Department of Orthopaedics, one of the busiest and most well-recognized residency programs in the country. While in residency he had extensive training in level I orthopedic trauma, arthroscopy, sports medicine and participated in the orthopedic care of the Miami Marlins and the University of Miami Athletics. He was then selected to complete an additional one-year joint replacement fellowship at the Rothman Institute where he performed over 1000 joint replacements with leaders in the field.
Dr. Grau’s practice philosophy is to always start simple and to treat his patients like he would his own family.
Dr. Michael Thomas Fastiggi is board certified in general surgery, with advanced fellowship training in bariatric surgery, foregut surgery, and minimally invasive surgery. He attended medical school at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, and was elected into both the Alpha Omega Alpha and Gold Humanism honors societies. Dr. Fastiggi then completed his general surgery residency training at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, NY. After graduating residency, he went on to do a fellowship at Cleveland University Hospitals, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. He performed bariatric surgical procedures, as well as diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures.