Who comes to OA? Pro and amateur team players, sports enthusiasts, Olympic champions, students, marathon runners, construction workers, CEOs, star athletes, fishing boat captains, household-name celebrities — and people just like you.
Since 1982, OA Centers for Orthopaedics (OA) has been 100% dedicated to relieving pain, restoring mobility, and assisting in conditioning so people can return to their jobs, sports, careers — and dreams — as quickly and completely as possible.
There’s no place like OA
OA is simply unmatched in the level of experience, breadth of services, and interconnectivity of specialties that you’ll find. We’re the only orthopaedic practice in Maine that integrates and offers on-site:
- Clinical services in five specialty areas — foot and ankle, hand, joint replacement, spine, and sports medicine
- Advanced diagnostics
- Physical and occupational therapy
- Performance coaching
- Maine’s first urgent care orthopaedic walk-in clinic
It’s no wonder the OA name comes to mind when you’re thinking about orthopaedics in Maine.
Experienced, nationally-recognized physicians
Our physicians are trained and experienced in orthopaedics, and many have specialty areas of interest. Among them you’ll find a doctor that has been the physician for a number of US men’s and women’s national and Olympic soccer teams. Another works with the US Cross Country Ski Team. You’ll find a co-founder of the Maine Concussion Management Initiative on our roster. And we have a hand specialist who spent 11 years with the US Navy on the West Coast. Many of our docs are physicians to Maine high school and college sports teams, as well as to local professional teams and individual players. Our physicians know what it means to have an injury or condition that keeps you from the work you need to do or the activities you love to participate in. And they are the very best at getting you back on track.
Highly skilled, trained, and experienced practitioners
At OA we value training and education. Our physician assistants (PAs), nurse practitioners (NPs), and physical and occupational therapists (PTs and OTs) are all trained in orthopaedics. Many have advanced degrees or education in their specialty areas and meet the stringent requirements for working in a clinical setting. Even our performance coaches and athletic trainers have highly specialized training and/or degrees.
Our experience in motion has made a huge difference for patients from all walks of life, famous and not. Put that experience to work for you. Get in touch today and make an appointment at one of our four locations.
WANT TO KNOW MORE?
Contact us with any questions or to make an appointment. It’s simple. Call (207) 828-2100.