Dr. Stephen Martino MD

Stephen Martino

By trade, I am a board-certified neurologist with sub-specialty training in stroke and neuromuscular medicine. I am in private practice with six other neurologists but also run a 7-Hospital Stroke Center and chair multiple medical committees. In my free time, I enjoy writing and am an Amazon bestselling author. I have written the fast-paced and politically-relevant Alex Pella novel series, which include The New Reality, and The Hidden Reality. My latest release, The Final Reality, is set for publication at the end of 2017. As member of the International Thriller Writers, my action-political thrillers are often compared to such substantive novels as the Sigma Series by James Rollins, the Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown and The Andromeda Strain by fellow physician, Michael Crichton. I am also an inventor and have created and patented a new and innovative elbow brace for cubital tunnel syndrome and elbow tendinitis which is comfortable, easy to use, and helps prevent more aggressive treatment options such as surgery: http://www.thelonniebrace.com. I live in NJ with my wife, five children, and dog. When not working, I can be found with my kids at Boy Scouts, playing LEGOs on the floor, at a soccer game or watching a school play or dance recital.

Books Stephen has Published

The Hidden Reality

With The New Reality now in control of the world’s nations, the brilliant doctor and inventor Alex Pella finds himself caught in a deadly power struggle between the tyrant who rules and the one who would. As he sets out on a mission to unravel the New World Order, he must also face the hidden truths about his own genetic heritage, truths that are slowly destroying him. When he receives an ambiguous message sent from a man long since dead, Alex learns that the only way to win his battle against

Articles Stephen has Published
Cubital Tunnel Treatment
Cubital Tunnel Treatment

Cubital tunnel syndrome is a common nerve entrapment syndrome in the body occurring with an incidence of 24.7 cases per 100,000 persons per year (Dtsch Arztebl Int. 2015 Jan; 112(1-2): 14–26), second »

Cubital tunnel syndrome is a common nerve entrapment syndrome in the body occurring with an incidence of 24.7 cases per 100,000 persons per year (Dtsch Arztebl Int. 2015 Jan; 112(1-2): 14–26), second only to carpal tunnel syndrome. It occurs when the ulnar nerve becomes injured or irritated on the inside aspect of the elbow (funny bone) through compression, stretching, or other traumatic insult...

Dr. Stephen Martino · July 29th, 2017

Dr. Stephen Martino · July 29th, 2017