Welcome to Cooley Dickinson Medical Group Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. Our practice is staffed with experienced, highly trained professionals who specialize in expert treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal problems (bones, ligaments, muscles, tendons). Our holistic approach to orthopedics involves coordination of personalized services within our practice and with other providers, so we can deliver a comprehensive range of care to patients of all ages.
We work as a team, and owe our success to our combined expertise in all major orthopedic specialties, including sports medicine, orthopedic trauma, hand & upper extremities, joint replacement and spine care. We’ve worked on everyone from professional athletes to active-duty soldiers—people who give their all every day, and who deserve to be backed up by a care team who does the same.
If you need expert advice, diagnosis or treatment of orthopedic problems or sports injuries, call us for an appointment at 413-586-8200.
Founded in 1952 as Hampshire Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, our history makes us the oldest provider of orthopedic care in Hampshire County. A Cooley Dickinson Medical Group practice since 2013, we offer patients the combined benefits of a trusted community health care organization and access to the world-renowned resources of Massachusetts General Hospital.
It is our continued goal to provide each of our patients with compassionate and effective care tailored to the unique needs of each individual. We strive to work hand-in-hand with your primary care provider, physical therapist, trainers, and local emergency departments to deliver cutting-edge, subspecialty care right here in your backyard.
Tips from the Sports Medicine Team
Cooley Dickinson Health Care Orthopedics and Sports Medicine is now the official orthopedic provider of UMass Athletics! You’ll see our support on game day at upcoming UMAss-Amherst basketball and hockey games, and you can pick up some free sports med advice in our short video series, Tips from the Sports Medicine Team, featuring Cooley Dickinson Hospital’s Chief of Orthopedic Surgery Jonathan Fallon, DO, and trainers from UMass-Amherst including Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer Jennifer Brodeur and Assistant Athletic Trainer Donald Dangerfield. Get quick tips on injury prevention, cross-sport training and gradually working up to personal target goals, and learn about how orthopedics and sports medicine can help every level of athlete from little league to pro stay at the top of their game, without overdoing it. Watch for the latest tip in the adjacent space.