Dr. Todd O'Brien inducted as a Fellow into the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
The Healthy Life - NSMC's Health and Wellness Magazine Winter 2009 Edition
Features an article chronicling the journey of a patient through total shoulder replacement surgery and detailing advances in shoulder surgery offered by Dr. Todd O'Brien, MD.
New England Orthopedic Specialists Announces New Name, Advanced Technological Capabilities
PRESS RELEASE, JANUARY 2, 2007
Effective today, New England Orthopedic Specialists is the new name for Orthopaedic Trauma and Reconstructive Associates, one of Massachusetts' leading orthopedic practices. According to principal and founder Douglas O. Halsted, M.D., the new name reflects the practice's regional prominence and the leading-edge care it provides to patients for all their orthopedic needs.
An Ounce of Prevention Pays Big Dividends While Working Out
PRESS RELEASE, NOVEMBER 30, 2006
With winter setting in, many of us are thinking about hitting the gym to get in shape. That often means including weight-training as part of the routine.
New Materials Offer Greater Options for Hip and Knee Replacements
PRESS RELEASE, NOVEMBER 16, 2006
A new generation of materials is expanding the options for people considering joint replacement surgery of the hip and knee. ...The good news is that these new materials can potentially result in greater joint stability, earlier weight bearing and extended wear.
New England Orthopedic Specialists Invests in Electronic Medical Records System for Patients
PRESS RELEASE, NOVEMBER 14, 2006
Electronic medical records (EMR) enable doctors to retrieve vital information 24 hours a day, resulting in enhanced patient safety, greater communication between doctors, and less possibility of medical errors.
PRESS RELEASE, AUGUST 14, 2006
With the start of the school year right around the corner, New England Orthopedic Specialists reminds parents to take special care when selecting a backpack for school-age children.
Tips for Preventing Workplace-Related Injuries
The best way to prevent many injuries is by paying attention to ergonomics - the way we hold our body and use energy while we are working.
For more than 5 years, we have been using electronic medical records and state-of-the art technology to enhance patient care, privacy and accuracy.