Spectrum Orthopaedics Helps You Get Back to What You Love

When a condition affecting your bones and joints interferes with your ability to live life without pain or compromise, we’re here for you. Our physicians have a proud 35-year history of serving communities across the region—even in the most rural areas. We provide care to Southern and Western Maine, and aim to bring our patients more convenience, increased accessibility to services and the same expert care you’ve come to expect. After all, this is our home too.

Our board-certified orthopedic physicians and surgeons—many with subspecialty fellowship training—as well as physical and occupational therapists, physician assistants, nurses and certified athletic trainers are here to get you back to what you love most.

From timely and accurate diagnosis, to a full range of surgical and nonsurgical treatment options tailored to your needs, you can count on us for the right orthopedic care, in the right place, at the right time. Our appointment center team is available 24/7 to assist you in scheduling a physician appointment.

Strong bodies. Strong communities. See you out there!

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Non-Surgical Relief for Joint Pain and Injuries

Joint pain and injuries put many people on the sidelines each year. When joint replacement is not the answer, the specialists at Spectrum Orthopaedics can help patients live with less pain and more mobility.

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Advances in Outpatient Joint Replacement Surgery

The Spectrum Ambulatory Surgery Center helps patients get home and on the path to recovery faster. With traditional joint replacement surgery, patients typically spend several days in the hospital and require extensive rehabilitation. Instead, Spectrum ASC patients can go home the same day with less invasive outpatient procedures involving smaller incisions and less tissue damage.

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What is Dry Needling?

Dry needling is the use of thin, solid needles to reduce muscle stiffness and pain. While dry needling and acupuncture appear similar, dry needling is a newer technique and focused more on the muscle itself as opposed to chi, flow, or acupoints.

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