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Video: Preparing for joint replacement surgery.

Rehabilitation therapist in orthopaedic gym with a patient

When you need care for your bones, joints and muscles, turn to the orthopaedic specialist at Concord Hospital. You'll enjoy personalized attention from a team that's nationally recognized for its expertise and high-quality care.

New Hampshire's Choice for Orthopaedics

Discover why more New Hampshire residents choose Concord Hospital for orthopaedic care than any other hospital in the state.*

  • More than 20 board-certified surgeons with specialized expertise in areas such as joint replacement surgery, spine surgery and trauma care
  • A dedicated patient care unit, staffed by specially-trained nurses
  • Personal assistance finding lodging, transportation and other services if you're travelling to Concord for surgery

Exceptional Musculoskeletal Care

Count on us to provide the care and support you need to move more easily and comfortably. Take advantage of:

  • Diagnostic services that use advanced imaging to accurately diagnose your condition;
  • Innovative treatment options tailored to your goals;
  • Support from liaisons who provide information to your loved ones during and after your orthopaedic surgery and guidance from a care management team who eases your transition home;
  • Rehabiliation services that help you improve your strength, range of motion, balance and coordination;
  • Injury prevention services and education to protect your well being.

Blue Distinction Center for Knee & Hip Replacement

If knee or hip replacement surgery is the best treatment for your condition, rely on our Hospital to help you achieve the best possible outcome. You can trust us for safe, high-quality care beacuase we're recognized by Blue Cross Blue Shield as a Blue Distinction Center for Knee and Hip Replacement Surgery.SM

*NH Uniform Hospital Discharge Data Set 2010

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Classes & Events

  • Ongoing
    A class offered through The Orthopaedic Institute that focuses on what to expect before, during, and after orthopaedic surgery.