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  • TREATING MENISCUS TEARS

    A meniscus tear is a common sports knee injury. If you’ve injured your knee and are concerned that you may have torn the meniscus, it’s time to make an appointment with your orthopedist. At the office of Boston Sports & Shoulder Center, we treat a wide range of injuries and conditions affecting the knee and are well equipped to diagnose and provide appropriate care for a torn meniscus.

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  • TREATMENTS FOR HAND FRACTURES

    One of the most important of the five senses is the sense of touch, and our hands make that possible. Without the use of fingers or hands, the ability to perform everyday tasks is greatly diminished. Like all other parts of the body, the hand is subject to injury. The bones in the hand are subject to fracture or breaks. At the offices of Boston Sports & Shoulder Center, we offer the latest methods of care to treat hand fractures, working to restore it to full function and mobility for patients.

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  • ACL INJURY

    Athletes who play such strenuous sports as soccer, football and basketball are used to the physical demands of competitive play. But sometimes, those demands can take a toll on the knee, leaving a player with a painful ACL injury that can sideline them for quite a while.

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  • POP GOES THE SHOULDER! TREATMENTS FOR SHOULDER DISLOCATION

    The shoulder is the body's most mobile joint, which makes it susceptible to dislocation. A dislocated shoulder is an injury in which your upper arm bone pops out of the cup-shaped socket that's part of the shoulder blade. At the offices of Boston Sports & Shoulder Center, our team of orthopedists is skilled at the diagnosis and treatment of dislocated shoulders, helping to restore our patients to full activity again.

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  • BOSTON KNEE SURGERY

    At Boston Sports & Shoulder Center, our primary mission is to provide the highest quality and leading edge orthopedic care to our community. Our team of providers treats each patient and their family with sincere compassion and helps to guide them through the healthcare process. Our orthopedists in Boston have soundly established themselves in the orthopedic community. All are Board-certified fellowship trained, with advanced training in their respective fields. We are proud to be the home of “Boston’s Top Doctors” with a Boston Magazine award every year since 2006. All of our physicians hold academic appointments at Tufts University School of Medicine and actively teach in the New England Baptist Hospital Sports Medicine Fellowship Program. We train the young doctors of today to build and enhance quality care for future generations. Our wide range of experience sets us apart, but it is our dedication and passion for treating each patient with individualized care that defines us. We have very high standards and are extremely proud to offer life-enhancing care to give our patients the active and mobile lifestyle required for healthy living and healthy aging. If you have injured your knee and are considering knee surgery in Boston, consider us first.

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