Dr. Elad Tennen is a primary care sports medicine/non-operative sports medicine specialist with experience in both musculoskeletal and non-musculoskeletal injuries in all athletes, from your weekend warrior to the professional level.
Dr. Tennen practices the conservative approach to injuries, using non-surgical techniques to allow patients proper rehabilitation from injury. Using different methods ranging from physical therapy, injection therapy, diagnostic ultrasound, regenerative medicine—including Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) as well as Prolotherapy (Proliferative Therapy), trigger point injections, and other modalities.
Dr. Tennen’s primary care training allows him to see non-orthopaedic/medical injuries in athletes ranging from concussion management/return to play, athletic fatigue and overtraining, exercise-induced asthma, as well as management of athletes with chronic medical conditions.
Dr. Tennen trained at Atlantic Sports Health, where he provided medical care and sideline coverage for the New York Jets (NFL), D1 college athletics at Seton Hall University, and the private hockey league Skyland Kings. He also participated in mass athletic events, including the Rock ‘n’ Roll half marathon in San Jose, California, and other state-wide events, which provided him with experience to treat athletes of all levels.
Dr. Tennen’s training included an ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) accredited fellowship at Atlantic Sports Health in Morristown, New Jersey. He also completed a residency in Family Medicine from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Somerset, in addition to an internal medicine internship at Elmhurst Hospital Center in affiliation with Mount Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Tennen is a New Jersey native who grew up in Marlboro, New Jersey. He enjoys spending time with his family, watching football, and training in many gyms as a bodybuilder. He has a special interest in athletic performance, regenerative medicine, sports physiology, and the fitness industry.