“It’s kind of like coming home!” – Dr. Curtis Campbell
Most people are surprised by the fact that you can have surgery and then on the same day you’re up and walking. Whether it’s your hip replacement and knee replacement and you have surgery in the morning or having therapy that same day and you’re up and up and walking. I think it’s a, you know, very patient-centered practice. We’re really focused on our patient care – our patient needs. And kind of restoring motion and getting them back to their normal activities. Whether it’s sporting or just moving or just doing the kind of day-to-day activities. And you know, I saw the good way to kind of help people. Really improve their quality of life and get back to what they might be doing. A lot of times they come in, like, and they’re almost kind of heartbroken if they have an injury or get arthritis. And they just debilitating they can’t do it anymore. So, when they come in you can kind of tell how down they are. And you know, most of time is something we can help with so it feels – it feels really good. A lot of us within COS have a lot of local ties to the community. Whether we grew up in the area or went to school here – have a lot of family. When I came back and joined the group here, in a way kind of like coming home.
“A lot of us within COS have a lot of local ties to the community – whether we grew up in the area or went to school here, or have a lot of family. I came back and joined the group here and in a way it’s kind of like coming home.”
Dr. Curtis Campbell is our newest orthopaedic surgeon. While he specializes in knee and hip replacements, he’s also trained in general orthopaedics, arthroscopy and all types of trauma and fractures. As a Fairfield University graduate, Dr. Campbell is thrilled to be back in the area and looks forward to serving the families and communities of Fairfield County.
During a recent interview he shared his thoughts about his new patient-centered practice and how modern methods and techniques can allow surgery patients to be up and walking rapidly. He’s very focused on getting people back to the quality of life they expect and doing it in a way that’s personalized, compassionate and understanding of their goals.