Orthopaedics Department

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Our Specialties

Orthopaedic expertise from head to toe.

The human musculo-skeletal serves as the framework for our bodies. It supports us, allows us to move, and protects our vital organs. So when something goes wrong, it's important to get it taken care of by an orthopaedics department with an exceptional track record.

Hand and Upper Extremity Read More

Windham Hospital Orthopaedics offers expertise in a number of hand and upper extremity conditions, including:

  • Carpal tunnel
  • Thumb reconstruction
  • Trigger finger
  • Hand and wrist fractures
  • Nerve/tendon repair, and reconstruction of the hand and wrist
  • Clavicle repair
  • Arthroscopy of the shoulder, elbow and wrist, including rotator cuff surgery
  • Joint replacement
  • Ligament repair, and reconstruction of the hand and wrist
Total Joint Care/Joint Replacement Read More

Our physicians are well versed in the intricacies of joint injuries, conditions and treatments. Windham Hospital in on the cutting edge of joint replacement medical technology: we were recently approved by Stryker Howmedica to participate in Shape Match Total Knee Replacements, using MRI technology to customize the fit of components. Our skill set in joint replacement surgeries includes:

  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Ankle
  • Foot
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Fingers
Sports Medicine Read More

Whether you're a weekend warrior, youth sports enthusiast, or an elite professional athlete, the Windham Hospital Orthopaedic department offers world-class sports medicine capabilities. We welcome patients of all ages and activity levels. Our focus includes surgical and non-surgical treatments, as well as prevention techniques. We work on both an individual and team basis (our physicians have consulted for the Detroit Tigers, San Francisco Giants, New York Mets, Connecticut Tigers, the PGA tour, the X-Games, U.S. Olympic Trials and intercollegiate athletic squads).

Advanced Imaging Read More

Windham Hospital goes far beyond the X-Ray to treat their patients. MRIs, bone density studies, sports medicine imaging, advanced imaging-related injections – these are just some of the specialized diagnostic tools the hospital uses to address musculoskeletal health issues. In many cases, even the subtlest of joint injuries can be detected before they become a major problem – leading to a choice of therapeutic treatment over surgery, faster recovery times, and the patient's quick return to a normal lifestyle.