We will be closing at 12:00pm on December 24rd for Christmas Eve. We will reopen December 26 at regular business hours. If you are experiencing an emergency please call 911.
We will be closed on December 25th for Christmas Day. We will reopen tomorrow at regular business hours. If you are experiencing an emergency please call 911.
We will be closing at 12:00pm on December 31st for New Years Eve. We will reopen January 2nd at regular business hours. If you are experiencing an emergency please call 911.
We will be closed January 1st for New Years Day. We will reopen January 2nd at regular business hours. If you are experiencing an emergency please call 911.
We will be closed on July 4th for Independence Day. We will reopen tomorrow at regular business hours. If you are experiencing an emergency please call 911.

University Orthopedics now offering EOSedge

In an effort to continue our commitment to providing the highest quality care, University Orthopedics now offers EOSedge™, a Next-Gen Imaging System Ideal for Pediatric and Adult Orthopedic Patients.


Orthopaedics Associates is Now University Orthopedics

The name has changed, but the decades of experience and the compassionate, patient-centered care won't.


The 2023 Mark Palumbo Memorial University Orthopedics 5K raises a record-setting $52K

Thank you to all of the sponsors and participants of the 2023 Mark Palumbo Memorial University Orthopedics 5K who helped raise $52,000 for The Tomorrow Fund and kids battling cancer.


15 Locations

To serve you better, University Orthopedics has 15 convenient locations throughout the area, including our new office in Portsmouth, RI and our Massachusetts offices in Mansfield, North Easton, Plymouth, and Raynham.


UOI Surgical Team Helps Alice Get Back to Spine Health

Maine Woman Finds Expert Orthopedic Care for Complicated Spine Deformity at University Orthopedics

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University Orthopedics Blog

Interested in what is happening at University Orthopedics? Check out our new blog to stay up to date on current news and annoucements. Hear from top experts regarding the newest treatments and tips that can help your daily life.



Many of our doctors are also involved in cutting-edge research that is shaping the future of orthopedic medicine. Our many research studies and clinical breakthroughs have helped to improve the level of orthopedic care throughout the world.


University Orthopedics
East Bay Surgery Center

The new state-of art Kettle Point location now has its very own surgery center located on the second floor. For Appointments: Call 401-443-4231


Pediatric Orthopedics

With the only division dedicated solely to pediatric cases, University Orthopedics Pediatric Orthopedic Center has three fellowship-trained surgeons who are committed to caring for the children of Southern New England.



Fellowships represent the highest level of medical education in the world. Within the specialization of orthopedics, new physicians now pursue fellowships in the subspecialty niches of hand surgery, or spine surgery, or sports medicine, or joint replacement.


Sports Medicine

We serve 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.

- Providing the Highest Quality Orthopedic Care Integrated with World Class Education and Research -


Our specialists use the highest quality and value proven conservative and operative techniques to treat musculoskeletal injuries. Care is provided to all areas of the body by specialists and subspecialists who are leaders in their respective areas of expertise.


University Orthopedics’ healthcare providers direct many basic science and clinical research studies resulting in new and innovative musculoskeletal treatments. These studies have provided patients with new devices and techniques for medical and surgical procedures.


All healthcare providers at University Orthopedics teach students in their respective specialty fields. All of our physicians are members of the faculty at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. They teach numerous medical students, residents, and fellows, and most are considered experts in their subspecialty fields. Many teach orthopedics and musculoskeletal medicine at national and international courses.


We have a growing culture. As our practice grows, with new doctors and partners, our employees grow with them. With more company growth, our employees have the opportunity to grow with us and expand their knowledge. If you are interested in joining our family please view our current job openings.


Department of Orthopaedics
at Brown University

The Department of Orthopaedics at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University is one of the four oldest fracture services in the country and its residency program has been in existence since 1938. With this long-standing history comes a tradition of producing talented surgeons, empathic physicians, and astute scientists.

Many of the University Orthopedics physicians are full-time faculty members in the Department that represent all subspecialties of orthopaedic surgery. Their passion for providing excellent care and teaching the next generation of surgeons is beyond comparison.

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Now Offering EOS®

In an effort to continue our commitment to providing the highest quality care, University Orthopedics now offers EOSedge™, a Next-Gen Imaging System Ideal for Pediatric and Adult Orthopedic Patients.

EOSedge is the latest technology by EOS imaging - which is already globally recognized for its low-dose, full-body biplanar imaging platform and its cloud-based digital spine ecosystem. This next-generation solution captures fully functional 2D biplanar images in seconds, using a high-resolution photon-counting detector for outstanding image quality for a broad range of patients. With the use of Flex Dose™ technology, EOSedge ups the ante in patient safety by substantially reducing radiation dose and minimizing the long-term impact on the patient.

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Do you Need an Appointment?

We have made it easier to schedule appointments, click the button to fill out an online appointment request form or call our new central scheduling line 401-457-1500 to schedule an appointment. If you are interested in making an appointment for either Physical Therapy or Hand Therapy, please call 401-443-5000. Our therapy receptionists will be happy to assist you in making an appointment, at an office which is convenient for you. Follow University Orthopedics @UnivOrtho on Twitter for current news and updates.

Spine Center Network

The Center for Spine Health at University Orthopedics is the only spine center in the State of Rhode Island to be included in a national listing of spine centers of excellence by SpineCenterNetwork.com. To be included, a spine center must meet various credentialing criteria, including: a multi-disciplinary team of non-surgical spine specialists working with fellowship-trained spine surgeons and spine therapists; a non-surgical emphasis and philosophy of care; advanced capabilities in minimally invasive spine surgery and artificial disc replacement for motion preservation; and an investment in patient education. This includes providing a symptom guide and a Home Remedy Book as a community service for back and neck pain sufferers across Rhode Island. The internal team of physical medicine and pain management specialists provide spinal injections and other non-surgical treatment options for patients of the spine center.

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Download Journals

Back to Life

Back to Life is a 16-page journal that provides exercises that can help those with back pain get back to their favorite activities, including golf and tennis. The journal covers artificial disc replacement and non-surgical treatment options for back and neck pain symptoms. A symptom chart explains when it’s crucial to see the spine specialist to prevent permanent nerve damage.

Spinal Curves

Spinal Curves covers everything you need to know about scoliosis and spinal deformity and the challenges faced by those with curvature of the spine or deformity caused by spine trauma.

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2023 Best Places to Work

University Orthopedics was recently named among Providence Business News’ 2023 Best Places to Work. This survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize, and honor the best employers in Rhode Island, benefiting the economy, workforce, and businesses in the state of Rhode Island. The list is made up of 69 companies.

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What our patients say?

"From the staff at desk to Dr. Daniels they were so professional and so friendly! Lisa was awesome!! I would highly recommend this office , they far exceeded my expectations and made me feel very comfortable I know I’m in good hands. I had three friends refer me and said he was the best and now I know why!"


"Dr. Fadale was absolutely amazing, accommodating, welcoming, friendly and attentive. He was very honest with every point of pre-op, during operative procedure and post-op. He was very thorough and informative with any piece of information I needed to have and answered very thoroughly any questions I had. Recommend Paul and his team HIGHLY!!! Thank you again for FINALLY allowing me to have a pain free knee again!!!"


"I broke my left humerus in September 2013, I saw Dr. Got and he operated on me in October, it was a smooth recovery for me with the great team he had. I was back to work and back in the gym in four months. I would recommend anyone who experiences any bone break to go see Dr. Got."


"Amazing staff! My daughter (5yr) broke her arm. The staff were so good with her and exceptionally skilled. I reported for our appointment hesitant. The staff were warm and welcoming. The doctor truly heard my every concern. Addressed each and went over each casting option. The entire day went so smoothly and was really pleasant. A big THANK YA'LL for making this experience a good one!"


"The staff is great. Dr. Barrett is amazing. The service is better than a five star hotel. Seriously!! I was so nervous about getting a total knee replacement. They are honest about everything and help you to prepare for all you go through. I just can’t say enough about them. AMAZING."


Amazing doctors, physical therapists, and facilities. The doctors are all very well educated and their staff are friendly as well. They also do a very good job of matching their patients to the physical therapists both in specialty and personality."


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