If you are injured on a sports field, we understand that there is nothing more aggravating than having to sit on the sidelines waiting for the injury to heal. Our doctors treat all of the major and minor sports related injuries and are focused on a single goal: to get you back in the game as quickly and safely as possible after your injury.
Sports-related injuries are not limited to high school, college, or professional athletes, but also include sports enthusiasts, “weekend warriors,” and anyone who is physically active. Sports medicine physicians have specific, specialized experience and/or training in the treatment of injuries that affect competitive athletes as well as physically active individuals. Because of their background in dealing with physically active individuals, these providers recognize the unique concerns and demands associated with the active population.
Due to their unpredictable nature, sports injuries require specialized methods of treatment and our staff consists of orthopaedic surgeons or specialists with the highest level of training and experience in sports medicine. Our surgeons work with people of all ages and abilities to develop individualized and comprehensive treatment programs – from injury prevention and evaluation to orthopaedic surgery and post-injury rehabilitation.
Waterbury Orthopaedic Associates provide diagnosis and treat orthopaedic diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system including the bones and joints of the arms, legs, spine and related structures such as nerves, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. The goal of our fellowship-trained orthopaedic physicians is to return you to optimum health and get you back on the playing field as quickly as possible.
Our office remains open!
We are seeing patients in the office using CDC recommended precautions as well as scheduling same-day urgent and virtual appointments to manage your Orthopaedic needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Call our office for more information 203-755-0163.
If you are experiencing flu like symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, or loss of taste/smell please stay home and contact your Primary Care Physician. If you have been in contact with anyone exhibiting these symptoms or if you consider yourself high risk for contracting the virus then you should call our office to reschedule a virtual TeleHealth visit with one of our providers.
We require that all patients wear a mask or cloth face covering when visiting our office to protect the safety of our patients and staff.
Please refrain from bringing a companion or child with you to your appointment.
Thank you in advance for your compliance.