Since our hands are typically the first point of contact with the tactile world, they — along with the wrists — are subject to all kinds of fracture risks including falls, a crush injury, a twisting injury, or through direct contact in sports. At the office of Boston Sports & Shoulder Center, we offer the latest diagnostic tools to treat hand and wrist fractures, working to restore your freedom of movement.
Regenerative medicine is a relatively new and exciting area of medicine that offers enormous potential to alleviate the pain and improve function for individuals who have lost or damaged tissue due to injury, disease, or other conditions. As a result of research in regenerative medicine several remarkable procedures, which promote the ability of the body to self-heal have been pioneered and developed. At the office of Boston Sports & Shoulder Center, we maintain a position at the forefront of advances in care to provide our patients with the highest quality of orthopedic care.
If you've been diagnosed hipbone or joint destruction, known as osteonecrosis, it's likely your experiencing some measure of discomfort and hip dysfunction. At the office of Boston Sports & Shoulder Center, we provide skilled orthopedic care to address a wide spectrum of conditions. As experienced specialists we'll discuss all your treatment options, including a procedure known as hip core decompression.
When you have injured your knee, it’s important to find an orthopedic practice that offers skilled, reliable, and compassionate care to treat your injury and restore your comfort as well as function. At the office of Boston Sports & Shoulder Center, we provide a wide range of orthopedic services including the treatment of knee problems and injuries, including a torn meniscus.
If you’re one of millions who regularly engage in the same activity — whether it’s at work at home or at play — you may be at risk for a condition known as repetitive stress injury (RSI), a common orthopedic health problem that millions of people every day. RSI can happen anywhere in the body where the same joints and muscle groups are used to perform the same motion too often, too quickly and for too long. Body parts most often affected are the wrists/hands, forearms/elbows and neck/shoulders.