Sports Medicine

Our sports medicine providers expertly treat activity-related injuries to get you back to what you love. Our providers take the time to understand your goals and develop a personalized treatment plan that works for you–including surgical and non-surgical treatments.

Sports medicine in our community

In addition to seeing patients in our offices, our team of doctors, physician assistants (PAs), and athletic trainers (ATs) also treats athletes in the community. Our sports medicine experts manage the health of athletes at Franklin Pierce University, Keene State College, several local high schools, and for the Swamp Bats.

Some of the most common injuries we treat include:

  • Achilles tendonitis
  • ACL tears
  • Diagnosis and treatment of pediatric and adult sport injuries
  • Fracture management
  • Hip impingement and labral tears
  • Knee injuries
  • Meniscus injuries
  • Overuse injuries
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Shoulder dislocations
  • Tendon ruptures
Neal Goldenberg, MD, examines a patient for a knee injury

ACL tears: Symptoms, surgery, and recovery

Neal Goldenberg, MD, chair of Sports Medicine at Cheshire, discusses treatment for one of the most common and devastating knee injuries that affects athletes, young and old, with a high prevalence among women.

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Older man on job site clutches his shoulder in pain as he rotates it upward

Healing shoulder pain in the weekend warrior

From playing pickleball to painting a deck, repetitive activities can cause shoulder pain and injuries such as impingement syndrome. Neal Goldenberg, MD, director of Sports Medicine, discusses healing and returning to the activities you love.

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Collaboration for the best care

Others included in your care plan may be:

If you need an urgent visit for a minor injury, call 603-354-5484. If you need emergency care for a serious injury, call 911.