About Orthopaedic Specialists of Connecticut

Comprehensive orthopaedic & pain management center in Connecticut

About Us

Our practice, established in 1978, provides a comprehensive orthopaedic center, designed to treat our patients with extraordinary care and concern.

Our physicians are trained at the top hospitals and universities in the country. They completed sub-specialty fellowships in sports medicine, joint replacement, hand and upper extremity surgery, and interventional pain management at The Hospital for Special Surgery, the Hospital for Joint Diseases, Weill Cornell Medical Center, Yale University, Columbia University, and Harvard Medical School.
We work together as a team to evaluate your diagnosis and treatment plan. For unusual or challenging conditions, you will often be introduced to another physician and receive a second opinion before even leaving our office. We offer the expertise of a larger group with the dedication and teamwork to provide more personal attention and care.

Our Emergency Orthopaedic Care

For emergencies, we will fit you into our schedule on the same day. After hours, the hospital is our home – and we are available 24 hours a day. A board-certified emergency room doctor with the experience to understand both your health history and your injury will evaluate you. If your injury is complex and you request one of our physicians in the emergency room, we will be there any time of day or night.

Our Results

We have the best surgical outcomes and the lowest complication rates in the area. We strive to learn from every experience with every patient. We believe positive patient experiences and word-of-mouth referrals are the true measures of our success.

We work together to evaluate your diagnosis and treatment plan.

In Our Communities

At Orthopaedic Specialists of Connecticut, we are passionate about working with our local communities.
Our commitment ranges from serving as team doctors for sports teams in Ridgefield, Brookfield, New Fairfield, and South Kent to our advocacy for the local Arthritis Foundation. As Safety Director of Ridgefield Little League in 2007, Dr. Fish lobbied to have AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) installed at baseball fields – and then required that all coaches be trained in their use.
Dr. Gupta recently helped the Arthritis Foundation exceed its fundraising goal in our area. As a physician who spends much of his time helping people and their families deal with arthritic pain – the number one cause of disability in America – he wanted to do more to support the cause.