New Jersey Regenerative Institute

Regenerative Medicine & Nonsurgical Orthopedic Care

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New Jersey Regenerative Institute is a medical practice specializing in regenerative medicine for sports, spine, and orthopedic injuries. Formed by Gerard Malanga, MD, Jay E. Bowen, DO, and Thomas Agesen, MD, the Cedar Knolls, NJ practice has become a haven for patients seeking pain relief from acute and chronic pain.

Our office hours are back to normal: Monday - Friday, 8:00-4:30PM.
 We are continuing to offer Telemedicine regenerative medicine evaluations with all of our physicians. To schedule an evaluation appointment, please fill out the form to request an appointment or call us at 973-998-8309.

Our goal is to treat each patient as a whole person and create personalized treatment plans that suit their individual needs. We focus less on their patients’ pain symptoms, and more on what is causing them. These practices help treat the root of every patient’s pain, using regenerative medicine such as platelet rich plasma (PRP), ozone therapy, spinal injections, and prolotherapy to alleviate pain.

As a team, Drs. Malanga, Bowen, and Agesen have garnered excellent results in treating patients who want to avoid surgical procedures like knee and hip replacements, especially in younger patients. Our doctors are committed to monitoring and recording their patients’ improvements throughout the course of their treatments, allowing them to tailor their treatment plans to suit each patient’s unique needs.

Non-Surgical Regenerative Care for Pain Relief and Faster Healing

If you're dealing with a painful orthopedic condition, please complete this quick form and we'll send you email information on some of the most common questions around these procedures. We're here to help you make an informed decision.

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Please note: Regenerative Treatments are not covered by insurance.