Our dedicated team of orthopedists and sports health specialists bring decades of experience to provide innovative musculoskeletal care with a patient-centered approach.

Our dedicated orthopedists cover many different sub-specialties at the Bone & Joint Institute. Patients have access to leading edge technologies like precision Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery, hip resurfacing, a special Fragility Fracture Program and new approaches in anesthesia to get you up and moving more quickly.

Did you know... The Bone & Joint Institute is in the 99th percentile for patient satisfaction for joint replacement surgery (Press Ganey).

Conditions We Treat

The Bone & Joint Institute provides outstanding diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for musculoskeletal disorders & injuries.


Departments & Centers

The Institute offers an unparalleled network of coordinated services for those with bone and joint issues.

Departments & Centers


  • Bone & Joint Institute at Hartford Hospital

    The Bone & Joint Institute is located at 32 Seymour Street in Hartford. Our central location at Hartford Hospital gives the community easy access to treatment for their orthopedic needs. We see patients referred from the emergency room as well as community clinics like Brownstone Clinics and the Charter Oak Health Center.

  • Bone & Joint Institute Ambulatory Building

    Hartford Hospital's Bone & Joint Institute Ambulatory Building is located at 31 Seymour Street. Services at this location include a Hand Clinic, Rheumatology, Orthopedic Oncology, Orthopedic Reconstruction, Orthopedic Trauma. This location also houses the PREPARE Center.

  • Bone & Joint Institute - Enfield

    Our dedicated team of orthopedists and sports health specialists at the Hartford HealthCare Bone & Joint Institute at Hartford Hospital is now seeing patients at a new location at 7 Elm Street in Enfield.

Latest Videos

Hip & Knee Pain

Dr. Daniel Witmer an Orthopedic Surgeon with Hartford HealthCare's Bone & Joint Institute discusses his upcoming webinar on how to manage hip & knee pain.

Preventing Injuries in Winter Sports

J. Kristopher Ware, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Specialist, The Bone & Joint Institute, Hartford Hospital, says that over the past year and a half there has been an increase in sports related injuries, which can be partially attributed to the pandemic and the abrupt return that some athletes have had to sports without proper conditioning.


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