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Leading

the Field in

Joint Replacement

Innovative techniques and custom care

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We've Moved!

February 1, 2016

Our office has recently relocated to our brand new office at 7 Elm Street Suite 203 in the Saint Francis Medical Care Building.

Female Sports Injuries

January 7, 2016

Dr. Prince will be speaking on sports injuries in female athletes on June 8, 2016 in the Community Room located on the third floor at 7 Elm Street, Enfield CT.

Revolutionary Minimally Invasive Surgery to Treat all Tendon Problems

January 23, 2014

Dr. Pascal is the first Orthopaedic Surgeon in the region to be trained in this innovative new procedure. It was first developed at the Mayo Clinic.

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Exciting New Procedure

 

 

World Class Physicians


Renee Prince, MD and Peter Pascal, MD have been working as a team for over 30 years to bring you an integrated treatment plan. Whether you are a weekend warrior or varsity athlete, we have what it takes to resolve your muskuloskeletal problems.

Put an End to Tendonitis Pain!

First developed at the Mayo Clinic for the treatment of plantar fasciitis of the foot as well as tendinitis of the elbow, ankle, shoulder and hip. Utilizing ultrasound imaging, the specific area of the damaged tendon is first identified. The area is then numbed with local anesthetic and the ultrasonic tool is safely inserted to breakdown and remove the damaged tissue. As the required incision is minimally-invasive,  the ultrasonic energy precisely treats only the damaged tendon tissue. The surrounding healthy tissue is left unharmed, allowing patient recovery in the 4-6 week range. Stitches are not required, so only a small dressing is applied. You are able to go home immediately after the procedure is completed.

Scott Physical Therapy

William Osgood, RPT and Grazyna Peters, PTA work together in conjunction with our team physicians to provide individualized treatment plans that rely heavily on hands-on threapy. 

What You Need to Know 
Before Choosing a Surgeon

- Knowing the right questions to ask

- When is the right time to have surgery

- Exploring non-invasive alternatives