General Orthopedic Surgeons in Portland, Maine

General Orthopedic Surgeons
male surgeon
Benjamin H. Huffard, M.D.

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-828-2100    
male surgeon
Bruce F Gomberg, MD

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-828-2100    
male surgeon
Bryce T Wolf, M.D.

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-828-2100    
male surgeon
Daniel S Robbins, MD

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-828-2100    
male surgeon
Dr. David T. Greenleaf, M.D.

    General Orthopedic
1601 Congress St, Portland, ME 04102
207-774-5113     207-775-4252
male surgeon
Eric D. Hoffman, M.D.

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-828-2100    
male surgeon
Dr. Gregory Blaisdell, MD

    General Orthopedic
335 Brighton Ave, Suite 200, Portland, ME 04102
207-662-8600     207-662-8668
male surgeon
James A Wilkerson, MD

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-828-2100    
male surgeon
James D Kuhn, M.D.

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-482-7800    
male surgeon
John J Padavano, DO

    General Orthopedic
55 Baxter Blvd, Portland, ME 04101
207-773-7428     207-842-6229
male surgeon
Dr. Michael P. O'malley, M.D.

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-828-2100    
male surgeon
Dr. Michael T Newman, MD

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-828-2100    
male surgeon
Patrick Henry, MD

    General Orthopedic
335 Brighton Ave, Suite 200, Portland, ME 04103
207-662-8600     207-662-8668
male surgeon
Dr. Peter E Guay, D.O

    General Orthopedic
33 Sewall St, Portland, ME 04102
207-828-2100     207-828-2190
male surgeon
Richard Reed Gramse, M.D.

    General Orthopedic
1601 Congress St, Portland, ME 04102
207-774-5113     207-874-0320
  • 1(current)
  • 2
General Orthopedic Surgeon is trained in the preservation, investigation and restoration of the form and function of the extremities, spine and associated structures by medical, surgical and physical means including the patients with musculoskeletal problems which include congenital deformities, trauma, infections, tumors, metabolic disturbances of the musculoskeletal system, deformities, injuries and degenerative diseases of the spine, hands, feet, knee, hip, shoulder and elbow in children and adults. Patients with primary and secondary muscular problems and the effects of central or peripheral nervous system lesions of the musculoskeletal system are also concerned.