Welcome to the Boston Shoulder Institute
Our main purpose is to improve the lives of patients who have shoulder pain and dysfunction limiting their quality of life. We pledge to advise our patients using evidence-based principles, personal experience, and empathy. Read our mission statement, meet the doctors, or contact us to learn more.
Message To Our Patients Regarding COVID-19
Please know that we are concerned for your ongoing shoulder problems but most importantly for your health. For the immediate future we are not accepting non-urgent patient visits. If you have a problem which requires attention please contact our office (617-724-7300) and our answering service can contact us directly through phone or by email. We will return your call. We will also have the ability going forward to conduct virtual visits by telemedicine using your iPhone, laptop, or iPad. Our staff can also assist with this process.
Please follow guidelines issued by the state and federal authorities during this pandemic. I wish you all continued health.
Message To Our Patients Regarding Surgery Cancellation
Dear Shoulder Service Patients:
I am writing to let you know we are sorry about cancellation of your surgery, but I’m sure you will agree the priority now should be caring for all of our Coronavirus patients. Please know that we are planning to reschedule your surgery at the first available time. There are many unknowns right now. These include uncertainty as to when the hospital and ambulatory center will reopen for elective surgery and how available resources will be at that time. Please reach out to myself, Bettie, or Karen if you have any questions. Please call our office number, 617-724-7300 and leave a message as we regularly review these. Bettie and Karen will communicate with me and I will do my best to answer your questions as well.
Please continue to follow the President’s, the Governor’s and CDC recommendations for Social Distancing and avoid uneccessary movement outside your homes so that you remain healthy.
My Sincere wishes for the health of you and your families,
Jon J.P. Warner, MD
Chief, The MGH Shoulder Service
Virtual Physical Therapy
Here is a list of local Physical Therapists doing virtual telemedicine physical therapy for Massachusetts residents only:
- ATI Physical Therapy – contact clinics below:
- Wellesley: 781-237-5585
- Lexington: 781-541-5111
- Woburn: 781-305-5060
- Cambridge: 617-491-0264
- For questions or inquiries, please reach out to Andrew Rizza at Andrew.Rizza@atipt.com