Hip, Knee, Shoulder


Arthritis, Arthroscopic Surgery, Joint Replacement, Osteoporosis, Sports Medicine, Trauma/Fractures

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My approach to treating patients


At my office compassion and technology meet. We offer General Orthopaedic/Sports Medicine and Trauma expertise.

Sub-specialty "world class" care is given in the following areas:

1. Shoulder - including arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs.

2. Hip - "small incision" surgery; cementless titanium components; and ceramic / X3 bearing surfaces.

3. Knee - minimally invasive total knee replacements; uni-knee replacements; arthroscopic ACL reconstructions; and articular cartilage replacements.

4. Hand - microscopic "tiny incision" carpal tunnel release (CHOW technique).

In short, my staff and I welcome you to an "old fashioned", patient-oriented practice where "everyone knows your name".

- David C. Morley M.D.

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Contact Information

New England Arthroscopic Resource David C. Morley M.D. 817 Merrimack St Lowell, MA USA 01854 View map Phone (978) 453 9345 Fax (978) 453 0069

Other staff in my practice

A Message from the Manager:


My name is Alan Thivierge. I am Dr. Morley's Office Manager as well as a licensed Radiology Technologist . I oversee all office procedures ensuring a smooth and efficient operation. Our office is friendly and accomodating.

Insurance companies and HMOs can be confusing and frustrating to deal with. We are here to help if necessary. However, patients are still responsible for referrals from their PCP when needed.

My staff and I will do our best to make you, as our patient, feel part of the family. Remember, as one of our patients, you are not just a number, you are a friend.

- Alan Thivierge

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