Our Centers

The Center for Spine Health at University Orthopedics includes a team of physicians, nurse practitioners and physical therapists working together to provide comprehensive treatment of spinal disorders in adults and children. Our clinical team has specialized expertise in the management of spinal pain, disc herniations, stenosis, tumors, trauma and scoliosis (abnormal curvature of the spine). 
sports medicine center, university orthopedics, middletown, providence, greenwich village, newport, rhode island The University Orthopedics Sports Medicine Center takes pride in supporting the many communities we serve. We serves as team physicians for many professional, collegiate and high school athletic teams in our area. High school teams served include the communities of Barrington, Rogers, Portsmouth, Middletown, Portsmouth Abbey and St. George's.
The division of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery specializes in evaluating and treating patients with all varieties of musculoskeletal and neurological disorders that affect the shoulder, arm and elbow.
The University Orthopedics Trauma Team works closely together with the rest of Rhode Island Hospital’s trauma specialists, to identify bone and joint injuries and to fix them. We offer expertise and care that equals the world’s best. We also stand ready to help patients who develop complications after injury such as bones that don’t heal correctly, or bone infections. 
Pediatric Orthopedics, Rhode Island, Providence, Newport, Greenwich Village The treatment of children with orthopedic conditions requires a special expertise. The division of pediatric orthopedics at University Orthopedics consists of three fellowship-trained surgeons who are committed to the care of the children of Southern New England. 
The Joint Replacement Center at University Orthopedics includes a team of physicians, physician assistants and therapists working together to assess and resolve your joint problem.
hand center rhode island, hand surgery rhode island, upper extremity surgery providence, upper extremity specialist new york The field of hand surgery deals with both the surgical and nonsurgical treatment of conditions and problems that may take place in the hand or upper extremity (from the tip of the hand to the top of the arm).
When a person experiences pain from a lower extremity problem — such as pain in a foot, or ankle — it can be excruciating to stand or walk. Even common problems such as a bunion, ingrown toenail, callus or improper shoe fit can prevent you from walking without pain.
Cartilage Repair Center The University Orthopedics Cartilage Repair Center offers state-of-the-art treatment of joint cartilage lesions. This includes both surgical techniques such as autologous cartilage implantation (ACI and MACI), osteochondral allograft transplantation, microfracture (along with adjunctive scaffolds) as well as the entire host of limb realignment and ligament stabilization. 
Joint Replacement Center The Joint Replacement Center at University Orthopedics includes a team of physicians, physician assistants and therapists working together to assess and resolve your joint problem.
OrthoDirect OrthoDirect at University Orthopedics offers same-day and next-day appointments, and is staffed by orthopedic- and sports medicine-trained clinicians. On-site x-ray is available to expedite injury assessment. Our physicians are fellowship-trained, board-certified and hold certificates of added qualification in sports medicine. 
Oncology Center Welcome to the University Orthopedics Oncology Center, where compassion, expertise, and cutting-edge treatments converge to provide comprehensive care for individuals facing the challenges of cancer. The oncology center is dedicated to transforming lives through personalized, multidisciplinary approaches, combining advanced medical technologies with a patient-centric philosophy.
Concussion Rehab Center Concussions are a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) that need to be taken seriously. As our overall understanding of concussions and recovery from these brain injuries improves, physical therapy has emerged as an important resource for all individuals who sustain a concussive injury. With the creation of the Sports Concussion Rehabilitation Center and the addition of a dedicated Sports Concussion Physical Therapist, University Orthopedics hopes to make this treatment more accessible to athletes who have been newly diagnosed with a concussion or those struggling with lingering effects.
Fracture Prevention Program Individuals who suffer a hip or spine fracture, or a fracture caused by minimal injury (low energy or, “fragility” fracture) are at risk of experiencing subsequent fractures. Fractures, particularly in individuals over 50 years of age, can result in disability, deformity, loss of independent living, and premature death.
The Hip Preservation Institute is a state-of-the-art center dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment and management of simple and complex hip and pelvic-related disorders across the spectrum of life. Our multi-disciplinary team consists of highly skilled specialists dedicated to restoring your function and improving your quality of life.