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New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center is pleased to welcome Bryan K. Houseman, D.O., a fellowship-trained trauma surgeon, to its practice.
Southern New Hampshire physicians and patients can now benefit from Dr. Houseman’s expertise when trauma strikes. Dr. Houseman is available to care for seriously injured patients both at the initial point of care when stabilization of injuries is necessary as well as when patients are stable.
As a fellowship-trained orthopaedic trauma surgeon, Dr. Houseman has specialized training to address the variety of fractures that occur from traumatic injuries, including upper and lower extremity injuries and fractures of the pelvis. Of particular benefit is his ability to treat severely broken bones involving joints that require precise reconstruction enabling patients to regain alignment and minimize the risk of degenerative joint disease.
“Our patients don’t ask for what happens to them when accidents strike but when they do, they deserve to be taken care of by the best.” said Dr. Houseman. “I can be an excellent resource to help patients deal with their injuries and fractures. I have extensive training in fractures to the pelvis, extremities, post-traumatic deformities, and joint reconstruction.”
A graduate of Northeastern University, Dr. Houseman graduated medical school from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He completed his residency at the WellSpan York Hospital Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program in York, Pennsylvania. He completed a fellowship in Orthopaedic Trauma at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.
About New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center
New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center (NHOC) is a full service practice specializing in orthopaedics, a medical discipline focused on diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal diseases and injuries. Our group features 20 board-certified, fellowship-trained Physicians and a team of Physician Assistants who are all dedicated to keeping people in motion through professional, compassionate care. Learn more at nhoc.com
New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center Selected ‘Best Orthopaedic Office’ by Union Leader Readers for Fourth Consecutive Year
The readers of the New Hampshire Union Leader have selected New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center as the ‘Best Orthopaedic Office’ for the fourth straight year – every year that the award has existed.
More voters participated than in 2015, with over 2,900 voters casting 50,699 votes both in print and online. Readers selected the best businesses in 195 categories involving shopping, eating, entertainment, professional services, healthcare and more.
“We’re proud that the readers of the Union Leader have recognized the exceptional care New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center provides to the people of Southern New Hampshire.” said Amanda Maselli, Director of Finance and Marketing. “We are honored to be the only orthopaedic practice selected in the four years of the award’s existence.”
About New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center
New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center (NHOC) features 19 board-certified, fellowship-trained Physicians and a team of Physician Assistants who are all dedicated to keeping people in motion through professional, compassionate care. With five conveniently located offices, New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center offers comprehensive care for all orthopaedic conditions, including surgical and non-surgical treatment of the spine, the extremities, and all of the joints of the body. New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center averages over 80,000 patient visits a year and is a trusted practice in the community.
Winter sports are winding down, but spring is just around the corner. Parents and athletes are preparing for their next sport in many ways – new equipment, practicing their skills, etc. Yet there’s something in that preparation that is often overlooked by parents and coaches until the last minute – something that’s required by most schools and organizations – a proper physical exam. Having a physical before playing sports is vitally important to ensuring that a child is healthy enough to participate.
Nothing feels worse than trying to scramble for a last-minute appointment for a sports physical. If you know your child needs an updated physical, we can help. The Safe Sports Network will be offering FREE sports physicals by our orthopedic experts on Wednesday, March 16th at the New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center in Bedford (9 Washington Place). The physicals are open to any school-aged athlete of the Greater Manchester area, ages 10-and-up. You can easily pre-register your child online (deadline is March 9th) at the following link: http://www.nhmi.net/safe-sports-physical-form.html. Walk-ins are also welcome, but preference is given to pre-registered athletes first. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to receive a quality sports physical at no cost! You can visit http://www.nhmi.net/physicals.html for more information.
PLEASE BE ADVISED: Our offices will be closing at 3pm on Thursday December 24th.
Youth Sports Safety Week
Youth Sports Safety Week offers something for everyone! There are opportunities for learning and for pre-sports physicals and concussion testing. Read below to find the event that’s best for you. All events are free.**
Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death among young athletes. This CPR/AED class can help YOU make the difference between life and death! The class is limited to the first 40 participants. CPR/AED Training, Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 6 pm, NH Sportsplex in Bedford. (**Note: There is a $7 fee if you need a certification card. If you don’t need a card, there is no fee for the class.) Click here to sign up.
Have you wondered whether you would recognize if your child had a concussion? Learn about concussion signs and symptoms and what to expect. Learn about concussion while your child has balance, brain function and vision testing. This informal information session will be repeated during our concussion baseline testing session.
Saturday, November 21, 2015, 11-3 pm, Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester. Click here to RSVP.
Athletes Saving Athletes™: This unique peer-to-peer class teaches athletes to recognize and report dangerous conditions in themselves and their teammates. Concussion, heat stroke and sudden cardiac arrest are among the topics. Thursday, November 19, 2015, McLane Middleton Law Firm, 900 Elm St, Manchester. Contact Amy Hollingworth email@example.com for more information.
Concussion Baseline Testing: Have you wished your child could have a baseline test but your league doesn’t offer it? This test session is open to young athletes aged 10 and up. Testing with C3 Logix will establish baselines for your child’s balance, brain and visual function. If s/he later has a concussion, we can retest at our Free Injury Drop-In Clinic to identify when performance on those tests is back to his/her normal. Saturday, November 21, 2015, 11-3 pm, Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester. Click here to sign up for a testing time slot. Click here to watch a brief video about C3 Logix testing.
If you would like to volunteer to help with C3 Logix testing, please click here.
Use the links above or call us to sign up for the event that’s best for you! 603-627-9728 or email Amy Hollingworth: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Immediate Release
KNEE REPLACEMENT RESULTS IMPROVED BY COMPUTER NAVIGATION
Nashua, NH – June 12, 2015 – New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center’s surgeon Dr. Lance Macey is pleased to announce that a study published in April confirms that knee replacement surgery, performed using computer navigation, results in increased long-term survival of the knee replacement.
Dr. Macey points to the study published in the April edition of The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery as confirmation of the results he’s seen with his own patients. “Computer navigation allows me to achieve extraordinary precision during the implant alignment and ligament balancing process, resulting in a knee with perfect alignment which minimizes the chance of premature wear and early failure of the knee replacement.” he said.
The study looked at over 300,000 patients who underwent knee replacement using conventional surgical technique and computer navigated technique. The results showed a significant increase in the long term survival of the knee replacement and satisfaction in patients who had their surgery performed using computer navigation technique. Nine years after the initial knee replacement, there was a 20% reduction in the need to “re-do” surgery in the patients that had their initial surgery performed by surgeons who utilized computer navigation.
Dr. Macey is trained in a special surgical technique called Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS) for his total knee replacement procedures. CAS uses a state-of-the art device and unique software to get the perfect fit and alignment for the hardware being placed into the new knee. The device is used during surgery with the aid of a computer; making it easier to obtain the correct angles for the knee to function properly after surgery.
About New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center
New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center (NHOC) is a full service practice specializing in orthopaedics, a medical discipline focused on diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal diseases and injuries. Our group features 21 board-certified, fellowship-trained Physicians and a team of Physician Assistants who are all dedicated to keeping people in motion through professional, compassionate care. New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center offices are located in Nashua, Manchester, Londonderry, Amherst and Salem. Learn more at nhoc.com
We are proud to be included in New Hampshire Magazine’s Top Doctors for 2015! Congratulations to all Physicians who made the list. Check out the full list of New Hampshire Magazine’s ‘Top Doctors’ at: http://www.nhmagazine.com/Top-Doctors/