We’ve helped thousands of patients get their lives back over our 20+ years of orthopedic service.
AC Joint Arthritis
Acromioclavicular arthritis (AC joint arthritis) is a condition in which cartilage erodes and abnormal bony growths can develop around the top area of the patient’s affected shoulder joint. The AC joint is located at the top part of the shoulder which connects the clavicle and scapula. Arthritis in this joint is more common than in other areas of the shoulder, such as the large ball-and-socket joint.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Benjamin M. Snyder, MD, MPH, MS, Orthopedic Surgeon to our team in October 2018
Dr. Snyder completed the Joint Replacement/Adult Reconstruction Fellowship at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Prior to his fellowship, Dr. Snyder
completed an Orthopedic Surgery Residency and Research Fellowship at UMass Medical School, and obtained his medical degree at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.
Dr. Snyder specializes in:
Computer-Assisted Hip & Knee Replacements
Revision Hip & Knee Replacements
Complex primary joint replacement
General Orthopedic trauma
2018 SMOS INFORMATION & REGISTRATION
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2018
Learn about modern orthopedic innovations from top orthopedic surgeons and providers.
For the Primary Care Physician, Orthopedic Nurse and Therapist
Plymouth Bay Orthopedic Associates’ new home at 41 Resnik Road!
Plymouth Bay Orthopedic Associates’ new home at 41 Resnik Road looked, appropriately enough, like a skeleton last week as surgeons gathered for the official groundbreaking ceremony.
Walls, floors and everything in between have yet to be fleshed out here.
And when that’s done, Plymouth Bay Orthopedic Associates will move its main office to this new location while retaining its two other satellite locations in Sandwich at 290 Route 130 and in Duxbury at 95 Tremont St.
Dr. Walter Stanwood surveyed the scene as his fellow surgeons donned their signature white coats and hard hats to commemorate the new location and chapter in the company’s lengthy history.