Since 1975, Orthopedics New England has proudly served the Metro West area for more than 30 years. Initially started by Dr. Carl Spector, the practice has grown over the years to include both board-certified and board-eligible orthopedic surgeons, a podiatrist, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, and physician assistants.
At Orthopedics New England, our specialists and highly qualified medical staff offer comprehensive treatment of all adult and pediatric orthopedic and podiatric conditions, including shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle, foot and spine injuries. Our care also includes sports medicine, total joint replacement, medical imaging, emergency care, and workers' compensation.
At Orthopedics New England, we are dedicated to a long-term program of state-of-the-art orthopedic service; defined by excellence in patient care, a highly skilled medical team, employee dedication, and strong community relations.
"Helping people resume a more active lifestyle is the most rewarding and satisfying aspect of my work." In 2001, Dr. Sullivan started The Boston Spine Group's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation division of the practice. Having been part of The Boston Spine Group for many years, Dr. Sullivan joined Orthopedics New England in 2015. Dr. Sullivan received his medical degree from New York Medical College. For two years prior to entering medical school, he played professional hockey in the San Jose Sharks organization. He completed a physical medicine and rehabilitation residency at the Harvard Medical School Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He completed his training with a fellowship in musculoskeletal and pain medicine at the Georgia Pain Physicians. Dr. Sullivan focuses on physical medicine and rehabilitation in the treatment of spine and musculoskeletal conditions. He utilizes interventional spine treatments including epidural injection, facet joint injection, sacroiliac joint injection, peripheral joint injection (hip, shoulder, and knee), discography, and radiofrequency ablation to diagnose and treat a multitude of conditions. He is a frequent chairman and faculty member for North American Spine Society instructional spinal injection workshops. Dr. Sullivan has presented at national meetings and has contributed to several chapters and publications. Dr. Sullivan is the Chief of the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at MetroWest Medical Center. Dr. Sullivan is board certified in both physical medicine and rehabilitation, and pain medicine.