Arthroscopy is an orthopedic surgery that allows doctors to look inside patient’s joints and make repairs if necessary. It is most commonly used to address problems in the knees, shoulders, or hips.
Our Professional Staff
Get to know our professional staff before you make your visit.
Know If You’re Covered
See who are Insurance partners are so you know if your visit will be covered.
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PMSaturdayCLOSEDSundayCLOSED
NASA Bone & Joint Specialists are Board Certified in general orthopedics and sports medicine — providing the highest quality care.
Dr. O’Neill has been providing excellent care for his patients for nearly 30 years.
NASA Bone & Joint Specialists accepts patients of all ages, seeing fractures and youth sports injuries the same day.
All of our staff, from surgeon to front desk are trained and certified to meet the needs of our clients.
The elbow is a complex joint. Injury, overuse, and age-related wear and tear are responsible for most elbow problems. Elbow arthroscopy may relieve painful symptoms of many problems that damage the cartilage surfaces and other soft tissues surrounding the joint.
While standing, walking, or running, your foot and ankle provide you the support, shock absorption, balance, and other functions that you need for motion.
The hip is one of the body’s largest joints. If your hip has been damaged by arthritis, a fracture, or other conditions, common activities such as walking or getting in and out of a chair may be painful and difficult.
Deterioration of your joint and surrounding tissue can make it difficult to perform basic daily activities, even while you sit or lie down.
Although shoulder replacement is less common than knee or hip replacement, it is just as successful in relieving joint pain.
Sports medicine is a branch of medicine that focuses on physical fitness prevention and treatment of injuries related to exercise and sports.
The wrist is a complex joint comprised of eight small carpal bones and multiple ligaments. The small bones and ligaments of the wrist can make the diagnosis of wrist injuries difficult.
READ OUR PATIENT REVIEWS
Experience Beyond Care
Many years ago I suffered a compound fracture of my left elbow while working on a boat. Was lucky enough to have Dr O’Neill as the attending surgeon on a Friday evening. Spent 2 and 1/2 hours putting my elbow back together. He did an amazing job and after some extensive rehab I have no ill effects from a very complicated break. Would recommend him to anyone and is in my eyes the best orthopedic surgeon in the area
Last year I came back from a snowboarding trip with a high ankle sprain. I had torn the upper ligaments of the ankle. I was in so much pain and it felt like my ankle would never be the same again. A guy I had been dating said “maybe time to give up snowboarding?” I laughed. Dr. O’Neill gave me just the right treatment with PT and home exercises and even got me to avoid needing surgery. This past week I spent 6 days on the mountain, rode harder and longer than ever before, and never felt the ankle once. Imagine if I listened to silly guys like that instead of to amazing doctors like Dr. O’Neill. I never went out with that guy again. No one should have to give up on the sports they love.
The only problem is that it’s hard to get appointments. I wait weeks to months. But that’s probably because he is so good!
Daniel does a great job. He has repaired both my knees (requiring ACL replacement); same for my wife on one knee. At 60+ I am still able to play full court basketball almost weekly as well as jog, ski, whatever. Highly recommend him for all such sports related injuries.
Daniel B. O’Neill, M.D. completed his Orthopedic and Sports Medicine training at Harvard University in Boston.
Be the first to read
Football is the most popular sport among American athletes. It is a great way to get exercise and pass...
Athletes are humans too. They are vulnerable to injuries just like everyone else. In fact, athletes are prone to more...
Every athlete will suffer from a sports injury. Of course, the injury will depend on the sport you play and...
We Accept All
Request an Appointment
Have some Questions?
Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
We may contact you by telephone, mail, or both to provide appointment reminders, information about treatment alternatives, or other health-related benefits and services that may be of interest to you.
Please contact the office 24 hours in advance to cancel an appointment.
- All of your health insurance cards
- Physician referrals
- If applicable, please bring prior X-rays, MRI studies, or previous operative notes.
- Please complete the patient information forms and bring them to your appointment.
- Workers Compensation / No Fault cases: Please bring all appropriate paper work to prevent delays.