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At Denville Medical, your licensed physical therapist's goal is to maximize your body's structure and increase its overall function for long-term health. To accomplish this, our physical therapists combine traditional and innovative techniques focused on increasing muscle strength and improving the body's range of motion. Our goal is to discover the root cause of your pain or mobility problems. That way, we can address the true reason why you need physical therapy, and work towards achieving long-lasting relief.
Of course, we understand that every patient is different. Your doctor can provide expert care in an encouraging environment by creating a customized treatment plan for you using modern, evidence-based research.
Some common reasons why patients need physical therapy at Denville Medical include:
Sports Injuries Whether you are on the varsity team of your high school football team or a professional athlete, sports injuries are serious business. Our doctors and physical therapists will develop a plan to help you heal properly, so you can get back in the game sooner rather than later.
Pre and Post Operation With decades of combined experience, our physical therapy experts know that there is a time for gentle healing and a time for aggressive physical rehab. Whether you are scheduled for surgery or have recently been released from the hospital, our therapists are here to help you recover, one step at a time.
Neurological Issues At Denville Medical, we treat much more than sports-based injuries. Whether you're suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's, or a vestibular problem, our therapists are trained and certified to help you regain your body's optimal functionality.
Life has a habit of throwing us curveballs. Sure, some surprises only hurt your bank account, like expenses around the home. But more serious incidents, like car wrecks, can inflict physical injuries causing long-term pain. Injury-related problems like neck and back pain affect many Americans daily. Even worse, many hardworking people turn to addictive pain medication and invasive surgeries for relief, only to find themselves deeper in a hole.
If you're in chronic pain or suffer from range of motion problems, you should know that options are available for safer, more effective pain relief. One of the most commonly used solutions is physical therapy. The main goal of physical therapy is to maximize your body's mobility and increase overall function. In order to accomplish this, physical therapy techniques focus on improving range of motion and building muscle strength.
Physical therapy helps people of all ages with illnesses, medical conditions, or injuries that limit their mobility and body functionality. At Denville Medical and Sports Rehabilitation Center, our doctors and physical therapists create customized physical therapy programs to help patients reclaim their lives.
When combined with diet and exercise, many patients are able to enjoy activities that they only thought possible with youth.
Some of the most common techniques that physical therapists use to help patients include:
From improper ergonomics at your office desk to injuries sustained in car wrecks, neck pain is a widespread problem. Taking the proper preventative steps to deal with pain provides relief and can prevent the need for surgery or medication.
Generally, there are two kinds of neck pain: chronic and acute. Acute pain shouldn't last for more than six weeks, while chronic pain can last months or even years. Physical therapy is one of the most recommended treatments for neck pain. Treatments often involve reducing neck exercise, strength training, and stretching. If you're suffering from acute or chronic neck pain, it's important to have tests done by a physical therapist to determine the extent of your injury.
Neck pain is caused by a wide range of problems, like:
After identifying the underlying cause of your condition, your physical therapist will develop a comprehensive treatment to address your pain and provide long-term relief.
Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability in America. Back pain can start innocuously as a small muscle ache but can quickly become a more serious problem that disrupts daily life. Like neck pain, the best way to address the issue is to understand the root cause so that surgery is avoided.
Also like neck pain, back pain is either chronic (longer than six weeks) or acute (less than six weeks). Back pain can be caused by a number of events, like lifting a heavy item or simply sitting wrong for too long. To determine the extent of your injuries, you will need one or more diagnostic tests, like X-rays or MRI scans. Once the root cause of your condition is revealed, your physical therapist will work with Denville Medical doctors to create a treatment plan tailored to your body.
Common conditions linked to back pain include:
Experiencing a herniated disc is something most people dread, but many have to endure. Luckily, PT plays a significant role in herniated disc recovery. Physical therapy not only provides immediate pain relief, it teaches patients how to condition their bodies to avoid worse injuries.
At Denville Medical, our physical therapists and doctors have years of experience helping patients rehabilitate from herniated discs. Patients benefit from several time-tested techniques to relieve pain.
After diagnostic testing, active and passive treatments can include:
Do your hips feel uneven or misaligned? Do you suffer from hip stiffness or pain when the weather changes? Are you having trouble getting around the house like you used to? Your hips bear most of your weight, so it's no surprise that hip pain is very common among Americans.
Fortunately, physical therapy has been proven to provide relief for people dealing with acute or chronic hip pain. As with other forms of pain, you will need diagnostic testing to determine the extent of your hip problems.
Some common causes of hip pain include:
Once your hip issues are properly diagnosed, it's time to find relief. Denville Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center offers several custom solutions, including acupuncture, chiropractic care, and personalized physical therapy.
Like hip pain, knee pain is a common condition in the U.S. and affects millions of people every year. Pain in the knee is caused by many things, including strains, injuries, age, and repetitive trauma. Sometimes, there's no apparent reason for knee pain. When it occurs, you may experience limited knee functionality, like difficulty standing, walking, sitting, and walking up and down stairs.
There are many conditions associated with knee pain, including:
If you notice symptoms like clicking or popping sounds, locking, inflammation, or sharp pains in your knee, physical therapy might be your best bet for relief.
Sometimes, surgery is the only option a patient can choose to alleviate pain from injuries and accidents. When this is the case, physical therapy plays a vital role before and after surgery.
To help you get a better sense of the scope of our physical therapy treatments, we're listing some of the most frequently asked questions that we receive at Denville Medical:
Answer : While some physical therapists rely on outdated techniques to treat patients, our team uses a combination of tried-and-true methods and modern strategies, including:
Answer : During your first visit with our physical therapist, we will complete a series of tests and screenings to establish a baseline for your care. You can expect to complete stability screenings, strength tests, and computerized range of motion tests. These tests ensure your doctor understands how your muscles are functioning. Once complete, your therapist will create a custom treatment plan for your physical therapy, so we can move forward with your care. During your time at Denville Medical, you should expect adjustments to your treatment plan as you make progress.
Answer : We get this question a lot, and we can certainly understand why. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with an exact answer because every patient has different needs relating to their injuries and issues. Your level of stability and functionality depends on your condition, your goals, and your motivation to heal. For acute pain, patients typically experience relief in 2-3 weeks. Patients with forms of chronic pain usually feel optimal results after their first full course of therapy (4-6 weeks). Since our goal is to achieve maximum medical improvement, our doctors continuously monitor your progress and adjust treatment accordingly.
Whether you're dealing with chronic knee pain or acute back pain, relief is in sight. Rather than dangerous medicines and invasive surgeries, we specialize in non-surgical treatments like physical therapy. Our team of physical therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and primary care doctors have years of experience and work hand-in-hand to give you real pain relief.
If you're sick and tired of living life full of physical pain, now is the time to act. Don't let your body deteriorate â find your new lease on life at Denville Medical and Sports Rehabilitation Center.973-627-7888
The All Gold GMB2100GD-9A Inherits the Legacy of the First Ever G-SHOCKDOVER, N.J. , March 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Casio America, Inc. announced the launch of the all-gold, full-metal ...
The All Gold GMB2100GD-9A Inherits the Legacy of the First Ever G-SHOCK
DOVER, N.J. , March 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Casio America, Inc. announced the launch of the all-gold, full-metal GMB2100GD-9A, the newest addition to the continually evolving 2100 line of timepieces. Taking it back to 1983, the GMB2100GD-9A inherits the legacy of the first-ever G-SHOCK, the DW-5000, by replicating the octagonal bezel and dimpled band design for the full-metal take on the original timepiece.
Delivering style and practical utility, the GMB2100GD-9A is carefully crafted with gold IP. To highlight the exquisite gleam of the metal, from the bezel and band down to the side button and screws, a circular hairline finish is applied to the bezel's top surface, while angled surfaces are polished to a mirror finish. For added variation, a lengthwise hairline finish is applied to the raised areas of the case sides which complement the watch's form.
The timepiece's stainless-steel bezel undergoes a repeated and meticulous process of forging, cutting, and polishing to create its streamlined, minimal, and sleek design. Even portions that lie out of site receive intense focus to ensure an even higher precision fit with the case, including detailed finishing of its back surface.
Exuding solidity, the new timepiece captures the essence of the very first G-SHOCK with its screw-lock construction, dimpled portions on the band now reproduced in metal, and a full-metal, shock-resistant structure that protects the module from any impact when dropped. High-density mounting keeps the analog-digital combination module slim, while also providing advanced functions, such as Bluetooth® connectivity for enhanced accuracy and reliability, in a compact profile and exceptionally comfortable fit.
The new timepiece also comes equipped with G-SHOCK technology including:
The G-SHOCK GMB2100GD-9A is available now for $600 at select retailers, gshock.casio.com/us, and the G-SHOCK Soho store. For more information about the G-SHOCK brand, visit gshock.casio.com/us.
CASIO's shock-resistant G-SHOCK watch is synonymous with toughness, born from the developer Mr. Ibe's dream of 'creating a watch that never breaks'. Over 200 handmade samples were created and tested to destruction until finally in 1983 the first, now iconic G-SHOCK hit the streets of Japan and began to establish itself as 'the toughest watch of all time'. Each watch encompasses the 7 elements; electric shock resistance, gravity resistance, low-temperature resistance, vibration resistance, water resistance, shock resistance and toughness. The watch is packed with Casio innovations and technologies to prevent it from suffering direct shock; this includes internal components protected with urethane and suspended timekeeping modules inside the watch structure. Since its launch, G-SHOCK has continued to evolve, continuing to support on Mr. Ibe's mantra "never, never give up." www.gshock.casio.com/us/
About Casio America, Inc.
Casio America, Inc., Dover, N.J., is the U.S. subsidiary of Casio Computer Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, one of the world's leading manufacturers of consumer electronics and business equipment solutions. Established in 1957, Casio America, Inc. markets calculators, keyboards, mobile presentation devices, disc title and label printers, watches, cash registers and other consumer electronic products. Casio has strived to realize its corporate creed of "creativity and contribution" through the introduction of innovative and imaginative products. For more information, visitwww.casio.com/us/
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General Business A new report by the Rutgers Center for Women and Work reveals what life is like for some of New Jersey’s lowest paid workers Latinas represent 9% of New Jersey’s labor force, filling many essential, frontline roles and contributing to their local economies. However, a new report by the Rutgers Center for Women and Work, in partnership with the Latino Action Network Foundation, reveals many Latinas are struggling with low wages, non-existent benefits, no childcare access, and virtually no time or m...
Latinas represent 9% of New Jersey’s labor force, filling many essential, frontline roles and contributing to their local economies. However, a new report by the Rutgers Center for Women and Work, in partnership with the Latino Action Network Foundation, reveals many Latinas are struggling with low wages, non-existent benefits, no childcare access, and virtually no time or money to do anything other than work and care for their family.
“These women are doing the work that no one else wants to do, like cleaning homes and working in factories,” said Glenda Gracia-Rivera, a researcher at the Rutgers center and lead author of the report. “The gender pay gap is well known, but this report goes beyond the numbers to demonstrate what life is really like for Latina immigrants in our state. The findings are frankly alarming.”
New Jersey ranks near the bottom of all states (49th) on pay equity for Latinas, with only California faring worse. Latinas in New Jersey earn, on average, 45 cents for every dollar a non-Hispanic white man earns, totaling just $27,000 to $30,000 per year. Part-time and seasonal workers earn even less. Many Latinas lack affordable housing, childcare, healthcare, mental health services, paid time off, unemployment insurance, and other social safety nets. Compared to second- or third-generation Latinas, immigrants are even harder hit by these deficits.
Rutgers researchers interviewed 69 women who receive services at the Hispanic Women’s Resource Centers to learn more about the lived experiences of Latina immigrants in New Jersey. Based in Asbury Park, Camden, Dover, and Newark, these non-profit HWRC’s provide free community health, education, and employment services to a rapidly growing number of clients. The interviews revealed a pattern of economic and employment challenges.
“This study highlights the important work Hispanic Women’s Resource Centers perform in Latino communities across the state, addressing the wage gap and helping families enter the middle class,” said Jesselly de la Cruz, executive director of the Latino Action Network Foundation. “The case for investing in New Jersey’s Latina women is clear. LANF looks forward to working with Governor Murphy and the Legislature on increasing investment in this critical program so that more New Jersey families can benefit from these community resources.”
The HWRC’s have seen a massive spike in demand, jumping from 209 clients in 2016-17 to 3,309 in 2020-21. They are the Community Affairs and Resource Center in Asbury Park and Lakewood; the Hispanic Family Center of Southern New Jersey in Camden; the Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs in Dover; and La Casa de Don Pedro in Newark. The authors recommend that New Jersey expand its support of the centers by:
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Can you guess? Here's a hint: Dover sole will cost you 55 bucks a pound. |Updated Tue, Mar 14, 2023 at 5:46 pm ETBERGEN COUNTY, NJ — The most expensive restaurant in New Jersey is in Bergen County, according to foodie experts with LoveFoods.com.Varka Estiatorio, a high-end Greek seafood restaurant located on 30 North Spruce St. in Ramsey, is considered the most expensive restaurant in the Garden State, the food website said."Most of the priciest places (in New Jersey) exclusively offer tasting menus,&...
|Updated Tue, Mar 14, 2023 at 5:46 pm ET
BERGEN COUNTY, NJ — The most expensive restaurant in New Jersey is in Bergen County, according to foodie experts with LoveFoods.com.
Varka Estiatorio, a high-end Greek seafood restaurant located on 30 North Spruce St. in Ramsey, is considered the most expensive restaurant in the Garden State, the food website said.
"Most of the priciest places (in New Jersey) exclusively offer tasting menus," Love Food said. "Mediterranean fish house Varka bucks the trend with an á la carte that requires big bucks."
Marketed as an upscale Greek dining room with a fresh whole fish display, serene ambience and an outdoor seating area, Varka purports to offer the freshest European seafood, "guaranteeing the shortest time between the net and your plate."
Most of the seafood at Varka, Love Food said, is sold by weight.
Among the most expensive items is the Holland Dover Sole (flatfish known for its delicate taste) which goes for $55 per pound.
"Given that the average weight is around three pounds, that's a pretty hefty price tag before you've even looked at the side dishes," the food website said, adding that the pricey main course is the basis for the "most expensive restaurant" designation.
Although the Dover sole is one of the most expensive menu items at Varka, the restaurant's reason for fame — seafood — might also be the very thing that dissuades people from eating there, particularly those with shallow pockets or frugal habits.
A pound of Alaskan King Crab legs runs for $95, while a pound of tiger shrimp is $59.
For those who are thinking of getting surf and turf, they might want to think again.
A 16-ounce strip steak costs $67, and a 10-ounce filet mignon is $62.
In addition, the side dishes are at least $10.
So, if your finances are flourishing, or you have a splurge fund you're looking to dip into, or it's simply you and your sweetheart's anniversary, hurry down to Varka for your favorite seafood delicacies — but not without a reservation.
NJAC-NationalFirst team106: Mark Montuore, West Morris sophomore; 113: Peter Donnelly, Sparta junior; 120: Michael Hare, West Morris senior; 126: Michael Campanaro, West Morris senior; 132: Luke Stanich, Roxbury senior; 138: Jack Myers, Morristown junior; 144: Brandon Dean, West Morris sophomore; 150: Dominic DelleMonache, Morris Knolls senior; 157:...
106: Mark Montuore, West Morris sophomore; 113: Peter Donnelly, Sparta junior; 120: Michael Hare, West Morris senior; 126: Michael Campanaro, West Morris senior; 132: Luke Stanich, Roxbury senior; 138: Jack Myers, Morristown junior; 144: Brandon Dean, West Morris sophomore; 150: Dominic DelleMonache, Morris Knolls senior; 157: Juan David Argueta, Morristown senior; 165: Gavin Gomes, Morris Knolls junior; 175: Jason Petroski, Randolph junior; 190: Will Knapp, Randolph junior; 215: Tommy Borgia, West Morris freshman; 285: Henry Frayne, West Morris senior; Open: Anthony Forte, Morris Knolls senior; Open: Weston Edelman, Roxbury senior
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106: Daniel Visha, Roxbury sophomore; 113: Jacob Fahmi, West Morris freshman; 120: Alex LoCascio, Randolph sophomore; 126: Kareem Jones, Roxbury senior; 132: Eamon Kinney, Morris Knolls senior; 138: Dean Muttart, West Morris senior; 144: Logan Hrenenko, Sparta sophomore; 150: Sam Rizzuto, West Morris junior; 157: Anthony Petrock, Sparta junior; 165: Jake Donnelly, Roxbury sophomore; 175: Henry Saxon, Morristown sophomore; 190: Freddie Saxon, Morristown senior; 215: Cole Newton, Morris Knolls senior; 285: Dean Mangiocavallo, Randolph sophomore; Open: Charles Young, Morris Knolls senior; Open: Bradley Maines, Sparta senior
Vinnie Caruso, West Morris senior; Elijah Frix, Morris Knolls sophomore; Rob Murphy, Morristown senior; Nicolas Gregory, Randolph junior; Charles Bacinski, Roxbury freshman; Ryan Hrenenko, Sparta freshman
106: Dylan Palentchar, Delbarton freshman; 113: Jayden James, Delbarton freshman; 120: Dan Jones, Delbarton junior; 126: Carson Walsh, Pope John; 132: Jack Bastarrika, Mount Olive senior; 138: Tyler Vasquez, Delbarton senior; 144: Joseph Davi, Delbarton senior; 150: Cross Wasilewski, Delbarton senior; 157: Alessio Parentin, Delbarton sophomore; 165: Louis Cerchio, Delbarton junior; 175: Simon Ruiz, Delbarton senior; 190: Vincent Lee, Delbarton junior; 215: Anthony Moscatello, Mount Olive senior; 285: Connor Martin, Delbarton junior; Open: Tyler Bienus, Mount Olive junior; Open: Matt Leslie, Morris Hills senior
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106: Jake Holly, Pope John sophomore; 113: Tyeler Hagensen, Mount Olive junior; 120: Jaydin Barreto, Morris Hills junior; 126: John Hager, Delbarton, senior; 132: Trevor Jones, Delbarton freshman; 138: Jack Nauta, Pope John senior; 144: Kristian Dobbak, Mount Olive junior; 150: Tanner Perez, Mount Olive sophomore; 157: Billy Templeton, Montville senior; 165: Chris Piazza, Morris Hills senior; 175: Dominick Kraemer, Montville sophomore; 190: David Thompson, Pope John freshman; 215: Cardan Madry, Pope John senior; 285: Jackson Youtz, Mount Olive senior; Open: Dalton Webber, Pope John freshman; Open: Rafe Fonte, Mendham sophomore
Austin Quandt, Delbarton junior; Brody Frank, Morris Hills sophomore; Isaam Gaber, Montville junior; Gage Lata, Mount Olive senior; Jason Athie, Pope John senior; Jack Suchanek, Mendham senior
106: Nick DiFrancescantonio, Hanover Park freshman; 113: Cristian Cesaro, Hanover Park sophomore; 120: Marty Zoet, Hanover Park junior; 126: Santino Denise, Hanover Park sophomore; 132: Joey Tantawi, Hanover Park sophomore; 138: Lucas Wells, Pequannock senior; 144: Mario Fornini, Parsippany Hills freshman; 150: Massimo Mancini, Hanover Park senior; 157: Jon Ehrhardt, Whippany Park junior; 165: Aiden Hukowski, Pequannock junior; 175: Jimmy Dolan, Pequannock senior; 190: Vin LaValle, Hanover Park sophomore; 215: Andrew Boumann, Parsippany Hills sophomore; 285: Anthony Rios, Hanover Park senior; Open: James McGinty, Parsippany Hills sophomore
106: Isa Kupa, Boonton freshman; 113: Ozzie Saldarini, Parsippany Hills sophomore; 120: Richard Murek, Pequannock freshman; 126: Gavin Denise, Parsippany Hills junior; 132: Tyler Costello, Parsippany Hills senior; 138: Joey Borrello, Hanover Park sophomore; 144: Jack Kovacs, Hanover Park freshman; 150: Dillon Roemmele, Pequannock freshman; 157: Nando Ott, Hanover Park sophomore; 165: Michael Fehmie, Whippany Park junior; 175: Nick Davino, Hanover Park senior; 190: Joe Flamio, Parsippany Hills senior; 215: Art Longo, Hanover Park senior; 285: Mike Adams, Parsippany Hills senior; Open: Phoenix LaCorte, Boonton freshman
Ben Ucab, Parsippany Hills sophomore; Liam Bostrom, Boonton senior; Frank Spinelli, Hanover Park senior; Kevin Baran, Pequannock junior; Devin Forrante, Whippany Park junior
106: Jack Doty, Kinnelon sophomore; 113: Frank Demary, Parsippany junior; 120: Collin Altieri, Kinnelon junior; 126: Leo Lorenzo, Dover freshman; 132: Carlos Dominguez, Madison senior; 138: Anthony Collins, Madison senior; 144: Luke Baitzel, Kinnelon sophomore; 150: Jason Candelario, Madison senior; 157: Rinaldo DiGiacopo, Mountain Lakes sophomore; 165: Anthony Moreno, Dover freshman; 175: Malik Alzubi, Parsippany junior; 190: Michael Mucci, Mountain Lakes junior; 215: Skyler Pastro, Madison senior; 285: Harold Dominguez, Dover senior; Open: Mohanad Elzain, Parsippany senior
106: Jayden Mendez, Dover sophomore; 113: Giancarlo Ruggerio, Mountain Lakes junior; 120: Liam Gillen, Dover senior; 126: John Aristizabel, Madison sophomore; 132: Kayla Vasquez, Kinnelon junior; 138: Osiris Harris, Dover senior; 144: Jordan Hernando, Mountain Lakes junior; 150: Nick Fayo, Mountain Lakes senior; 157: Colin Mulcahy, Madison senior; 165: Sebastian Borie, Mountain Lakes sophomore; 175: Wyatt Sisco, Kinnelon freshman; 190: Max Schmalz, Kinnelon senior; 215: Ezra Bardo, Kinnelon senior; 285: Isaac Nelson, Kinnelon junior; Open: Erick Reyes, Dover senior
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Jason Castaneda, Dover freshman; Mekhi Crump, Madison senior; Keval Mehta, Mountain Lakes senior; Andre Abdalla, Parsippany senior; Cody Joskowitz, Kinnelon senior
106: John Barron, High Point freshman; 113: Colton Jaust, High Point sophomore; 120: Nick Clayton, High Point sophomore; 126: Roman Citro, High Point senior; 132: Mike Vander Muelen, Jefferson junior; 138: Mike Melillo, Newton senior; 144: Andrew Knutelsky, Kittatinny senior; 150: Reece Smith, Kittatinny; 157: Thaylor Sibblies, Newton senior; 165: Ethan Dalling, Kittatinny sophomore; 175: Kaleb Ogar, Kittatinny junior; 190: Tucker Lockburner, Kittatinny junior; 215: Aric Hums, High Point senior; 285: Timmy Connolly, Jefferson junior
106: Chris Frank, Jefferson freshman; 113: Sean Callan, Jefferson junior; 120: Max Alonzo, Jefferson sophomore; 126: Ryan Jack, Jefferson junior; 132: Chris Casale, Kittatinny senior; 138: Ty Woods, High Point junior; 144: Eli Nosal, High Point junior; 150: Ryan Flammer, Jefferson junior; 157: Bryce Coesfield, Kittatinny junior; 165: Joey DiBiase, Jefferson senior; 175: Brayden Nolan, Newton senior; 190: Danny Barry, Newton senior; 215: Brody Guerra, Newton senior; 285: Bradley Kearney, Kittatinny sophomore
Anthony Ferrari, Kittatinny senior; Shane Wolf, High Point senior; Christian Gould, Jefferson junior; Aaron Stone, Newton sophomore
106: Aiden Scheeringa, Hackettstown junior; 113: Marcus Bullock, Lenape Valley senior; 120: Thomas Dugan, North Warren senior; 126: Dominic Cimaglia, Vernon freshman; 132: Nicholas Balella, Hackettstown junior; 138: Gage Graziano, Lenape Valley sophomore; 144: Matt Francis, Hackettstown senior; 150: Shawn Pawlowski, Hackettstown senior; 157: James Dacunto, North Warren junior; 165: Jose Alvarenga, Hackettstown junior; 175: Daniel Lovett, Vernon senior; 190: Eric Perez, Lenape Valley senior; 215: Jeyss Abreu, Vernon senior; 285: J.J. Wohlers, North Warren senior; Open: Jakob Bell, Lenape Valley sophomore; Open: True DiGiuseppe, Vernon freshman
106: Conor Hallowich, North Warren freshman; 113: Trey Zebrun, North Warren freshman; 120: Chris Dwyer, Hackettstown senior; 126: Walter Buzeo, Hackettstown junior; 132: Marc Pavese, Lenape Valley sophomore; 138: Richard Navarro, Wallkill Valley senior; 144: Luke Reilly, Wallkill Valley junior; 150: Gabe Uy, Wallkill Valley junior; 157: Andrew Grant, Lenape Valley junior; 165: Eddie Reinle, Wallkill Valley senior; 175: Logan Garriques, North Warren sophomore; 190: Evan Yanoff, Hackettstown senior; 215: Daniel Rosanelli, Wallkill Valley sophomore; 285: Joebarry Joseph, Hackettstown senior; Open: Bobby Maza, North Warren senior; Open: Liam Burke, Hackettstown senior
Aidan Hallowich, North Warren junior; Michael Acquevella, Hackettstown sophomore; Isaac Thomas, Vernon senior; Andrew Bicher, Lenape Valley junior; Kellan Brown, Wallkill Valley freshman
100: Paige Weiss, Sparta freshman; 107: Gianna Simeone, Newton/Kittatinny junior; 114: Kaylee Hughen, Boonton sophomore; 120: Kyara Montoya, Morris Hills senior; 126: Eva Barry, Newton/Kittatinny freshman; 132: Kayla Vasquez, Kinnelon junior; 138: Julia Fongaro, Boonton sophomore; 145: Samira Kupa, Boonton sophomore; 152: Paige DeCaro, Newton/Kittatinny sophomore; 165: Kailin Lee, Newton/Kittatinny junior; 185: Caitlin Hart, Vernon sophomore; 235: Allison Brandt, Vernon senior
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100: Maddie Carmichael, Pequannock freshman; 107: Lily Henderson, Vernon sophomore; 114: Joan Vince, Vernon senior; 120: Liliana Zaku-Ramos, Newton/Kittatinny junior; 126: Natalie Tucker, Vernon sophomore; 132: Maura White, Jefferson senior; 138: Carney Wyble, High Point senior; 145: Amaya Legra, Morris Hills senior; 152: Madalyn Hart, Vernon senior; 165: Kierstin Piontkowski, High Point senior; 185: Evette Colon, Morris Hills junior; 235: Kayla Mena, Parsippany Hills junior
Why Asphalt Paving Is the Best Choice For Driveways and Other SurfacesAsphalt paving is an excellent choice for driveways and other surfaces that need long-lasting, durable surfacing. Made from a compound of stone (aggregate), sand, additives and liquid asphalt, it can last for decades.It also offers a variety of features for safety, drainage and water mana...
Why Asphalt Paving Is the Best Choice For Driveways and Other Surfaces
Asphalt paving is an excellent choice for driveways and other surfaces that need long-lasting, durable surfacing. Made from a compound of stone (aggregate), sand, additives and liquid asphalt, it can last for decades.
It also offers a variety of features for safety, drainage and water management. Some types of asphalt are specially designed to help redirect runoff into gassy areas or other places where it can be well-managed and replenished.
One of the best ways to find a top notch asphalt paving contractor is to ask around. Local trade groups such as the local paving association may have a list of reputable pros and offer a free quote or two. Getting a few recommendations from your friends and neighbors should get the ball rolling. Besides the obvious aforementioned occupants of the house, consider your pets and kids when you do the research. If you're lucky enough to have a large dog or two, you might be able to get a discount on the bill.
Driveways are a crucial part of curb appeal and the first thing guests see when they pull up to your home. This is why it is important to choose the right material for your driveway design.
Asphalt is a popular paving material that can be used to create a beautiful driveway for your property. It is a durable and low-maintenance material that is available in a variety of colors and designs to complement any style of home.
Before your driveway is installed, a professional from a paving company should create plans based on your needs and material choices. They should also consider your property grade, soil and other New York landscape factors.
Residential driveway paving is a great way to improve the appearance of your property and increase its curb appeal. Asphalt paving offers many advantages, such as low maintenance, longevity, and durability.
Moreover, it’s easy to repair. This means you don’t have to invest in a new driveway if you need to make repairs.
Regardless of which material you choose for your home’s pavement, it needs to be installed correctly and maintained regularly. A professional paving contractor can help you get the job done right.
Pavement maintenance is a wide variety of activities that are performed to keep a road in good condition. These activities range from cleaning, restriping and sweeping to applying surface treatments, such as resurfacing, crack filling, and sealcoating.
Pavements, like all structures, deteriorate with exposure to water, freeze/thaw cycles and various traffic loads. Ideally, pavements should be in excellent condition all the time, but sometimes it is necessary to make repairs to bring them up to a good state.
These activities, which are often referred to as corrective maintenance, extend a pavement’s service life through structural enhancements. Performing a series of successive pavement preservation treatments during the life of a roadway facility is less disruptive to uniform traffic flow than long closures normally associated with reconstruction projects.
Cracks in asphalt pavement allow rain and moisture to penetrate into the base of the roadway, erode the material and eventually cause potholes or pavement failure. Whether in commercial paving or parking lot paving, residential driveways or major thoroughfares, asphalt needs to be properly maintained to avoid these costly repairs.
The process of sealing cracks in asphalt pavement is a critical part of maintaining its integrity. It helps prevent water from entering the pavement and causing erosion, and it also slows the deterioration of the pavement’s base materials.
There are two types of sealants used for driveway repair or patch repair cracks in asphalt pavement. The type used depends on the nature of the crack and its activity.
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