Bridgeport Hospital offers a compassionate, patient-centered approach to the diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the muscles, bones and joints at both its Bridgeport campus at 267 Grant Street and it’s Milford Campus at 300 Seaside Avenue, Milford.
Our team of orthopedic specialists focus on providing safe and effective treatment and recovery plans that are tailored to the individual patient. Medication may be prescribed, or patients may benefit from modified activity, physical or occupational therapy or a combination of these treatments. Surgery, if necessary, is performed by our highly-skilled, expert orthopedic surgeons.
Conditions that can be treated, surgically or non-surgically include:
- Joint pain
- Neck and back disorders
- Foot and ankle conditions
- Hand and upper arm conditions (such as carpal tunnel syndrome)
- Sports injuries
- Traumatic injuries caused by accidents
The orthopedic surgeons at Bridgeport Hospital are leaders in total joint replacement, helping thousands of patients to regain more active lifestyles. Using state-of-the-art techniques, surgeons bring a high rate of successful outcomes to patients with a wide range of joint disorders, including chronic hip, knee and shoulder pain.
Learn more about joint replacement surgery at Bridgeport Hospital.
Our spine specialists provide assessment and treatment for a variety neck, back and spinal conditions as a result of injury, congenital disorder or degeneration. Known for its quality of care, our dedicated team includes specially trained orthopedic and neurosurgeons, nurses, physical therapists, physician assistants, nursing assistants, rehabilitation specialists, case managers and a program coordinator.
Learn more about spine surgery at Bridgeport Hospital.
At Bridgeport Hospital, a team of specialists works with each patient to achieve optimal mobility. The team includes:
- Orthopedic Nurses: Our team includes nurses who focus on orthopedic surgical and post-surgical treatment. All registered nurses and nursing assistants complete a rigorous training program for this specialty.
- Physical Therapists (PTs) and Occupational Therapists (OTs): These therapists are trained to help patients safely start to move after surgery. They develop individual treatment plans to help reduce pain, restore function and prevent disability.
Outpatient services are offered at multiple Ahlbin Rehabilitation Centers. Inpatient care is offered at the Yale New Haven Hospital Rehabilitation and Wellness Center at the Bridgeport Hospital Milford Campus.