In celebration of Valentine’s day, Ortho Rhode Island foot and ankle surgeon Dr. Jason Tartaglione spoke with the American Orthopedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS), offering his expert recommendations on how to best care for your feet with the love they deserve.
Dr. Mark Coppes, a retired Ortho Rhode Island surgeon, has found a new way to help people struggling with back pain. After being forced into early retirement by a back condition of his own, Dr. Coppes created the Aquatic Spinal Wellness Program at the South County YMCA, with the help of Ortho Rhode Island. Now he’s hoping the program can grow throughout the state.
The arrival of 2020 means the continuation of a longstanding commitment by Ortho Rhode Island: offering comprehensive orthopedic care to patients all across the state. That’s why Dr. Benjamin Phillips, an orthopedic surgeon at Ortho Rhode Island, sees patients at their Westerly office, in addition to his regular appointments in Wakefield. Dr. Phillips’ appointments in […]
Ortho Rhode Island patients can now see familiar faces in new places. Along with their regular appointments at Ortho Rhode Island’s Providence location, Drs. Anthony DeLuise, Roald Llado, Keith Monchik, Matthew Plante, Eric Walsh, and Akshay Yadhati are now seeing patients at our East Greenwich and Warwick offices.
Ortho Rhode Island is partnering with the South County YMCA to offer the Aquatics Spinal Wellness Program, a pool exercise program designed specifically for individuals with back disorders emphasizing neutral spine techniques.
When it comes to recovering from surgery, there’s no place like home. That’s why Ortho Rhode Island surgeons, using leading-edge technology at the South County Health Orthopedics Center, have introduced outpatient joint replacement procedures that return patients home the same day as their operations.
This Thanksgiving, Ortho Rhode Island began connecting with their community in a new way: a TV commercial that reaches traditional television and digital streaming viewers.
For seniors who plan to live and age in their residence of choice, growing older presents unique challenges – challenges Casey Ashby, OTR/L and Ashley Weber, COTA of Ortho Rhode Island are working to help them overcome. On Monday, December 2nd at 10:30 a.m., Ashby and Weber will host “Aging in Place,” an informative discussion at the North Kingstown Senior Center.
Finding reliable information about arthritis can be challenging – that’s why Ortho Rhode Island is bringing its expertise to patients. Casey Ashby, OTR/L and Ashley Weber, COTA will host “Living with Arthritis”, an informative discussion with Rhode Islanders at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, November 4th at the North Kingstown Senior Center.