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We’re expanding – Additional Location in Cambridge!

We’re happy to announce we are expanding! To better serve our patients’ needs, we now have two Cambridge office locations for you to choose from: 725 Concord Avenue and 300 Mt. Auburn Street. The new location details are as follows:

725 Concord Ave. Suite 3600
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: (617) 491-6766
Fax: (617) 491-2552

Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm
Friday 8am-4:30pm
By Appointment
Free Patient Parking

TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT

You can schedule or change an appointment by calling our office directly, faxing a request, or send an online request here

CLINIC INFORMATION

Services offered at this location include: Total joint evaluations, joint injections, sports medicine, and general orthopedics along with sports medicine brace fitting for knee injuries. Approved workers compensation orthopedic injuries are seen.

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Dr. L. Douglas Dolgov retiring after 33 years

We would like to take this time to share the news that Dr. Dolgov will be retiring at the end of September 2022. Please join the practice in recognizing Dr. Dolgov’s accomplishments and impact over the last 33 years.

Thank you Dr. Dolgov for everything you have done throughout your career, and we wish you nothing but happiness in retirement! Read the special message from Dr. Dolgov below!


My Dear Patients and Friends!!

After 33 years of practice, I have decided to retire from practicing medicine. It has been a true honor and privilege caring for you over these many years. We have been through a lot together, I have learned so much from you, and I hope I have offered some relief from the pain and suffering many of you have experienced during our time together.  Many of you have become friends as well as patients. I will miss you and I will cherish the memories.

Boston Orthopaedic and Spine has many excellent clinicians who will be able to continue to provide you with excellent care going forward.

With Gratitude,

Dr. L. Douglas Dolgov

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Boston Orthopaedic and Spine is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Jinsil K. Sung to our growing team

Dr. Jinsil Sung is a Board-Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon and holds a Subspecialty Certification in Hand Surgery. She specializes in hand and upper extremity for both adult and pediatric patients.

Her clinical interests include both acute injuries, such as fractures and lacerations, as well as more chronic ailments, such as arthritis, Dupuytren’s disease, and nerve dysfunction.

Dr. Sung is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery, serves on the Board of the Massachusetts Orthopaedic Society, and is a member of the American Society for the Surgery of the Hand, New England Hand Society, and New England Orthopaedic Society.

She has been named Best of Boston in Hand Surgery for 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022, Exceptional Women in Medicine in 2019-2021, and a Castle Connolly Top Doctor – 5 years.

Learn more about Dr. Sung here.

Please contact our office to inquire about scheduling an appointment with Dr. Sung.

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Celtics’ Robert Williams III optimistic following meniscus surgery: ‘Everything went as well as we wanted it’

(via CBS News) In his first public comments since undergoing surgery on his torn left meniscus earlier this week, Boston Celtics center Robert Williams III detailed his thought process when he realized that there was something wrong with his knee during a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves late last month.

“I was hurt … I was so hurt, because I knew something wasn’t right,” Williams said, via ESPN. “I could tell it was something that was gonna stop me from playing. So I really didn’t even want to find out what it was at one point. Like, at one point, I was sitting on a bench, like the end of the third, and I knew something was wrong, but I was so scared to even stand up.”

That was about all of the looking back that Williams did, though. Now that surgery is behind him, he’s looking ahead — to rehab, and to an eventual return to game action for the Celtics. He was given a 4-6 week timetable following surgery, which means that he could be back out on the court as early as the end of April.

“But, thankfully, this is out the way and we on to rehab now,” Williams III said. “Everything went as well as we wanted it, as well as it could go, and their observation is that I can be back in that time frame. Just gotta take our time, make sure it’s the right plan, make sure I’m healthy. This organization obviously cares about me long term more than anything. So just making sure it’s the right plan and I’m ready to go.”

When it comes to his rehab, Williams feels like he’s in great hands with Boston’s team doctors. “This is not my first injury that I’ve been through with the Celtics organization, and I can just honestly wholeheartedly say, every time I got to enter their care, the expertise, them zoning in on my rehab has been great and it helped me come back numerous times,” he said. “So I’ve got all the faith in the world in those guys.”

Williams is in the midst of a breakout season, so the sooner he can get back out on the floor, the better for Boston — as long as he’s healthy, obviously. On the season, Williams is averaging 10 points, 9.6 rebounds, and two assists in 29.6 minutes per performance, while also anchoring Boston’s top-ranked defense. The Celtics might be able to win a playoff series without Williams, but they’ll need him in order to make a real run at a title.

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Celtics Star Robert Williams III Injury Update

BOSTON, MA – Celtics center Robert Williams III this morning underwent a successful partial left knee meniscectomy. The surgery was performed at New England Baptist Hospital by Celtics Team Physician Dr. Tony Schena, assisted by Dr. Glen Ross.

Williams III is expected to be able to return to play in approximately 4-6 weeks.