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WILLIAM A. MITCHELL, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon, Adult & Adolescent Reconstructive Surgeon of Major Joints, Specialty in Athletic Trauma & Sports Medicine, Affiliated with The New England. Baptist Hospital and Newton Wellesley Hospital
"The most experienced Physical Therapists/ Athletic Trainers with the most comprehensive and effective methods and tools I have seen. The equipment options adapt to all levels of care and training that include apparatus needed for reconditioning phases following surgery and those that meet the standards and training prerequisites for the professional athlete."
“As an Orthopedic Surgeon providing patient care for over three decades, I am very knowledgeable why patients get better following injury. It is a fact that patients can recover from a painful extremity or joint disorder with professional help while achieving maximal physical health.”
"The services at Train Boston provide athletic training and physical therapy consultations. When making a referral to Train Boston, I am able to reassure my patients that with proper strength conditioning and reconditioning exercises they will heal from injury and surgery and improve fitness. I know through the years of personal injury and fitness concerns, that with experienced advice and sincere engaging care, Train Boston's staff will provide expert solutions that will enable my patients to restore their physical health. The focus on musculoskeletal rehabilitation and reconditioning and the facility itself is consistently the best."
"As a team Physician and Surgeon my experience is that Train Boston's approach to patient and client care, has created a group of dedicated professionals committed to the job of getting people back in the game."
Dr. Mitchell has served as Team Physician and consulting Orthopedic Surgeon for athletes at all levels including recreational, club teams, The United States Military Academy, USA Gymnastics, USA Alpine Ski Team, The Boston Celtics, Cirque Du Soleil, Mt. Ida Athletics, and for individual Professionsl and Olympic Athletes.
Alan Curtis M.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Tufts University
Chief of the New England Baptist Hospital Bioskills Center, and founded and serves as chairman of the annual Boston Shoulder and Sports Symposium. Dr. Curtis served as team physician for Northeastern University from 1996 to 2004, and has been assistant team physician to the Boston Celtics since 1994.
“The goal of many patients is to come back from surgery at their pre-injury level. This is why I refer to Train Boston. Their goal is to bring patients and clients beyond their expectations to new levels of performance and health – and they are very good at it."