Orthopedic Clinic & Treatment in Lowell, MA
Located less than ten miles south of the New Hampshire border is the city of Lowell, Massachusetts. The city was originally incorporated as a mill town, evolving after the Industrial Revolution to become a cultural hub of the northern part of the state. Lowell hosts one annual event to celebrate cultural nearly every month, including a film festival in the spring and a folk music event during the summer. Lowell is home to several athletic facilities and teams ranging from pee-wee leagues for younger children to NCAA, semi-professional and professional sports teams across many different sports including baseball, softball, soccer, football and track. With conveniently located offices in nearby North Andover and Haverhill, Associates in Orthopedics is proud to serve the Lowell community in all of their orthopedic injury and treatment needs.
Our History & About Our Practice
Associates in Orthopedics has been serving the North Shore of Massachusetts as well as Southern New Hampshire since our founding in 1979. Our practice has grown to include five board-certified surgeons with specialties across the orthopedic field, allowing us to provide expert care to your injury from initial therapy through surgery. Associates in Orthopedics is affiliated with several local hospitals allowing you to stay with the same doctor throughout your process for more consistent care. From conservative treatment options through surgery, we will be able to provide you with diagnosis and treatment for many orthopedic conditions and injuries, including:
- Knee injuries
- Hip replacement
- Joint repair
- Bone fractures and breaks
Treatment & Diagnosis of Orthopedic Injuries & Conditions in Lowell, MA
If you have sustained a recent injury and need to be checked by a doctor, please contact Associates in Orthopedics to make an appointment. Our conveniently located offices are less than 20 minutes away from downtown Lowell for efficient visits during your treatment. Associates in Orthopedics can be reached by calling T-978.373.3851.
Descriptions of Selected Conditions/Procedures
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