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Meet our physicians:
All are fellowship trained in one or more orthopedic subspecialties.
Connecticut's Largest and Most Respected Orthopedic Specialty Group
  • Bone & Joint Institute
  • Orthopedic Urgent Care
  • 2015 Best Doctors

Outpatient Surgery Centers

Outpatient Surgery Centers

OAH provides outpatient orthopedic surgery services at two specialty Surgery Centers conveniently located in the greater Hartford area. Both Orthopedic Associates Surgery Center in Rocky Hill...

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Joint Replacement Centers

Joint Replacement Centers

Joint replacement patients enjoy specialized care in a center dedicated strictly to their care. This process begins outside the hospital setting with pre-operative education classes and seminars.

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  • SportsMedicine: Treating sprains, strains, tendonitis, bursitis, ligament injuries (ACL), fractures, shoulder dislocation, compartment syndrome, and other sports injuries
  • Shoulder: Treating rotator cuff tears, bursitis, tendonitis, shoulder arthritis, shoulder instability/dislocation, frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis), fractures and other shoulder problems
  • Elbow: Treating tendonitis (e.g. tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow), bursitis, elbow arthritis, trauma/fractures, nerve problems, and other elbow problems
  • Hand & Wrist:Treating carpal tunnel syndrome and other nerve problems, hand and wrist arthritis, trauma/fractures (e.g. metacarpal, distal radius, scaphoid), trigger finger, Dupuytren’s contracture, deQuervain’s tendinitis, and other hand and wrist problems
  • Spine: Treating degenerative disc disease, herniated intervertebral discs, spine arthritis, cervical radiculopathy, lumbar radiculopathy (sciatica), spine trauma/fractures, and other spine problems
  • Joint Replacement: Surgical and nonsurgical treatment of arthritis of the hips, knees, ankles, spine, shoulder elbow, wrist and hand. Partial and total joint replacements. Revision joint replacements
  • Hip: Treating hip arthritis, trauma/fractures, femuroacetabular impingement (FAI), trochanteric bursitis, tendonitis, avascular necrosis (osteonecrosis), and other hip problems
  • Knees: Treating knee arthritis, meniscus tears, cartilage injury (cartilage restoration), ligament injury (ACL), complex multi-ligament reconstruction, osteotomy, trauma/fractures, and other knee problems
  • Foot & Ankle: Treating sprains and strains, Achilles tendon problems, deformity (bunion, flat feet), foot and ankle trauma/fractures, nerve compression, and other foot and ankle problems
  • TraumaFracture: Treating fractures of the extremities, spine and pelvis, ligament, tendon, and nerve injuries. Also treating nonunion and malunion of fractures
  • PhysicalMedicine: Non-operative and interventional treatment of disorders of the spine and extremities
  • Electromyography: EMG is used to diagnose neurologic conditions of the spine and extremities. Helpful to evaluate for cervical and lumbar radiculopathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, sciatica and other neurologic conditions
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