Thinking differently about scoliosis
Treatment for scoliosis has evolved to become a collaboration of experts: experienced professionals who understand the value of working together to benefit the patient. At the Emerson Scoliosis Program, located at Emerson’s Westford Health Center, the team shares the same goal as the patient and family: avoid surgery, if possible.
In a few short months, back to hockey after a serious ankle fracture
Thanks to the right orthopedic surgery and a commitment to physical therapy, Matthias was able to overcome a painful injury sustained during a hockey game to return to the sport he loves.
Solving a common health risk: Emerson class attacks the metabolic syndrome
In my own voice: Bill Hurwitch recounts his successful treatment for vertigo
The doctor is in: Paul Re, MD, on shoulder surgery
Paul Re, MD, an orthopedic surgeon with Orthopedic Affiliates, Inc., talks about his specialty — the shoulder — and why he decided to write a book on it.
The right treatment for back pain
Concussion recovery tips from a remarkable teen and her physical therapist
The doctor is in: Caring for individuals addicted to opioid medications
Climbing the mountain: For Pepperell woman, a year of rehab leads to triumph
Emerson Hospital Opens Art Gallery at Center for Rehabilitative and Sports Therapies