Orthopedic Specialties

We treat all orthopedic injuries and diseases for patients of all ages and activity levels with advanced orthopedic techniques and technologies and an uncommon caring touch. It’s comprehensive musculoskeletal care that helps eliminate pain and brings our patients back to their version of normal.

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In-Office Imaging Services

Imaging gives us a clear view inside your musculoskeletal system to better inform your treatment. Our state-of-the-art technology provides the best imaging and our dedicated staff sees to your comfort throughout.

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Therapies Provided

Our full range of therapies and highly-trained therapists assist in your care from initial injury to complete recovery for a seamless treatment experience. We offer state-of-the-art on site facilities and individualized therapy programs based on your goals and injuries.

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Other Specialties

Orthopedic care isn’t always as black and white as an x-ray of a broken bone. Other considerations come into play, such as inter-related nerve issues and chronic pain. We’ve gathered the best specialists to work closely with our orthopedists and help address them.

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OrthoRI Now

With injuries, sometimes you can’t wait for an appointment. OrthoNowRI gives you an alternative to waiting in a crowded Emergency Room with same day access to Orthopedic Specialists for acute situations.

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We understand the toll a physical challenge can take, on your body and on your life. At Ortho Rhode Island, you’re in the best hands for healing with the most comprehensive musculoskeletal care in Rhode Island and southern New England.

World-Class Physicians
and Advanced Practitioners
Across RI and Southern MA
Therapists and Trainers
in Our Own Facilities
Affiliations with the Region’s
Most Prestigious Hospitals


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March 21, 2018 / Degenerative Joint Disease

Short Hospital Stay After Total Joint Replacement

Total joint replacement has been traditionally considered an inpatient surgical procedure that requires a several day hospitalization. The reasons for this belief include concerns over postoperative pain control, limited mobility after surgery, and concerns about perioperative complications. Over the past decade, however, advances in perioperative pain control and less invasive surgical techniques have allowed earlier patient mobilization and more aggressive rehabilitation. The combination of

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January 15, 2018 / News

ORI Occupational Therapist Hosts Free Public Seminars on Arthritis

The Arthritis Foundation estimates 31 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis. Casey Ashby, OT, an Ortho Rhode Island Occupational Therapist in the practice’s West Bay office, will address the issue at a seminar open to the public called, Living with Arthritis Pain.

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March 15, 2018 / Degenerative Joint Disease


Recently, I have had a number of patients interested in orthobiologic injections for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis. Having failed a corticosteroid injection(eg. Cortisone) or viscosupplementation injections (eg. Orthovisc, Euflexxa, Synvisc, Supartz etc.), many patients are not yet ready to turn to knee replacement surgery. Orthobiologics are another alternative to total knee replacement, but…

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