Department of Orthopaedics Patient Stories
Training for a marathon? Prepare your run with these 4 tips
Follow these top marathon training tips from Scott Klass, MD, MS, Sports Medicine doctor at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and New London Hospital.
Vincent Pellegrini, Jr., MD, honored by American Orthopaedic Association
The AOA honors exemplary orthopaedic surgeons, past and present, as Pillars of the orthopaedic specialty.
D-H Orthopaedic Surgeon Plays Key Role in Development of New Technology for Shoulder Replacement Surgery
John-Erik Bell, MD, Performed First NextAR Augmented Reality-Assisted Shoulder Replacement Surgery in the United States
D-HH Supports Student Athletes at Annual Competition and Encourages Sports Safety this Summer
Annual Granite State Games are Back and Set for Week of June 14
Our Patients. Their Stories. Adam Dumont
Adam Dumont tells his story of a devastating motorcycle accident and the care he received at Dartmouth-Hitchcock to help him recover.
Our Patients. Their Stories. John Richards
John Richards shares thoughts about his care at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in a letter to leadership.
Our Patients. Their Stories. Rick Lounsbury
Lebanon firefighter Rick Lounsbury dislocated his shoulder at the scene of a fire last December, and after surgery and rehabilitation therapy he’s returned to full duty.
Our Patients. Their Stories. Michael Mahoney
Among a host of health issues throughout his life, Michael Mahoney came to Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H) to undergo a revision of a failed hip replacement unlike any in the orthopaedic field.