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 University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey- New Jersey Medical School. She then completed her orthopaedic residency at University Hospital in Newark NJ.
Dr. Corradino has been practicing orthopaedic surgery 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, auto and personal injury. She is able to treat 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. She treats 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 that many orthopaedic conditions can be managed nonoperatively. Therefore, she explores all conservative and non-operative treatments before recommending surgery.
Dr. Corradino has recently further secured her roots by opening her new practice, Hudson Orthopaedic Pain and Spine in Secaucus where she was born and raised. Her many accomplishments include being named Doctor of the Year by fellow physicians, nurses and employees. She also served as Medical Staff President, Chairman of Peer Review, Director of Quality, and Assistant Director of Orthopaedics.
While she is not at work, she is busy raising her two children with her husband. Her siblings and extended family are always nearby. She is also active in the community serving as SMS PTA president. Her favorite past times include cooking, baking, weightlifting, biking and hiking.