Treating Chronic Knee Pain and Injury
At Brigham and Women’s Orthopedic Center at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital, our physicians perform procedures aimed at reducing knee pain and helping you return to your normal activities faster than ever.
Patients who suffer from chronic knee pain and injury have several options to help alleviate their symptoms, including physical therapy, injections, strengthening programs and surgery. At Brigham and Women’s Orthopedic Center, you have access to all of these options.
For John A. Fromson, MD, who joined BWFH last fall as chief of psychiatry, it did not take long to discover the department’s best kept secret - its talented psychiatric physicians and staff.
Building on the exceptional level of care demonstrated by his colleagues, Fromson looks forward to tackling some of the external challenges of the mental healthcare environment. Read More
The process of aging comes with a host of new challenges, both physical and mental. Health screenings, vaccines, physical activity and proper nutrition are some of the key ingredients to maintaining optimal health and reducing your risk of disability and disease.
The Community Health and Wellness Department at BWFH will be offering FREE blood pressure and cholesterol screenings to seniors in the community through September. For more information, click here or call 617-983-7819.
Brigham and Women's Primary Physicians (BWPP), located at Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital, is pleased to highlight several primary care physicians currently accepting new patients.
At BWPP, 12 primary care physicians and 2 physician assistants coordinate and deliver the full spectrum of your care, from same day access to diagnoses and treatment to specialty referral. Learn more