Compassion, dedication, and comprehensive musculoskeletal care have made Orthopaedic Specialty Group the largest and most experienced orthopaedic practice in Southern Connecticut. Our physicians’ wide range of expertise provides complete care in all areas of treatment including advanced surgical and nonsurgical techniques, pain management, rehabilitation, and neurosurgery. Simply put, we can fix virtually every bone and joint in your body. Quickly and safely. Leadership, innovation, and our influence on the medical community has long been our trademark, especially when it concerns the well-being of our patients. We provide a level of care that is comparable to that found only in major academic institutions. For over sixty years, our goal has always been to promote an active, healthy lifestyle through the use of advanced medical and surgical technology as well as the most innovative treatments and programs. We understand that each day we have the opportunity to make a positive impact in our patients’ lives, when they usually need it most. That’s why we’re proud that our physicians have completed advanced training in their chosen specialty to ensure our patients receive outstanding care, from initial diagnosis to complete rehabilitation. We’re also proud that some of our most experienced specialists have devoted their knowledge and expertise to helping young medical professionals of today become outstanding healers of tomorrow as well as being leaders in several national orthopaedic organizations. This is our mark of tradition. A tradition of truly exceptional knowledge, dedication, and results. By bringing genuine compassion for understanding the needs of our patients, our specialists have dedicated their superior expertise and knowledge to help provide people in need with the best possible orthopaedic care available. Anywhere.
! Attention Medicare Members
March 2018: This is a reminder that the federal government will begin mailing Medicare Members new identification cards next month. The video below gives beneficiaries a glimpse at what the new card will look like and explains why and how it was modified. Instead of a Social Security number, the cards will display an 11-digit Medicare beneficiary identifier, and they will no longer include gender and a signature. Eliminating the personal details, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) officials say, will better protect an enrollee’s identity and guard against fraud.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) urges Medicare enrollees to make sure the agency has their correct address on file. You can go to socialsecurity.gov/myaccount or call 800-722-1213 to update your address. For more information, please click here.