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Do Knee Injuries Cause Arthritis?

Posted on February 25, 2017 by NHOC Tech under Dr. Hogan, Featured Articles, Uncategorized

by: Kathleen A. Hogan, MD Watching football on Sunday afternoon, your favorite player twists their knee and lays on the ground. Have they torn a ligament or meniscus? Or will they be back playing later in the game? What impact do knee injuries have on the eventual development of osteoarthritis? Many Factors Influence Arthritis Development … Read More

Do I Need a Joint Replacement?

Posted on March 24, 2016 by NHOC Tech under Dr. Hogan, Featured Articles, Uncategorized

by: Kathleen A. Hogan, MD As a specialist in joint replacement, I am frequently asked “How will I know when it is time to have my hip or knee replaced?”  As we age, most people experience intermittent pain in their joints, usually worse with activity.   Sometimes this pain is due to arthritis, but there are … Read More

FREE Sports Physicals

Posted on February 17, 2015 by NHOC Tech under News, Uncategorized

The Safe Sports Network free sports physical clinic will once again be held at our Bedford … Read More

Thank You Everyone!

Posted on July 15, 2014 by NHOC Tech under News, Uncategorized

THANK YOU AGAIN! New Hampshire Union Leader’s  annual Readers’ Choice awards has listed New Hampshire … Read More

NHOC’s holiday hours

Posted on December 12, 2012 by amaselli under Uncategorized

NHOC will be open during regular business hours on Monday 12/24, and also regular business hours on Monday 12/31. We will be closed on Tuesday 12/25, but a physician will be on-call for emergencies as always.

NHOC uses FDA-approved suppliers for steroid injections

Posted on October 5, 2012 by amaselli under Uncategorized

New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center (NHOC) has not purchased and/or used any injectable steroid medications from the compounding pharmacy cited in the recent fungal meningitis outbreak. The makers of our injectable steroids include Pfizer, Bristol-Meyers Squibb, and American Regent. NHOC does not purchase any injectable through compounding pharmacies. Please feel free to call our office at 603-883-0091 with questions or … Read More