Sprains and fractures are some of the most common orthopaedic issues people face.
Dr. Taylor knows that the treatment of a fracture can have lasting impact on the function of the area, your general health, and your overall quality of life. We bring decades of experience to your unique situation, and aim to provide you with an excellent outcome.
Dr. Taylor and his team aim to properly and carefully diagnose your fracture – the first step toward a successful recovery. After thorough diagnostic tests and examinations, a personalized plan will be created with your goals in mind.
That diagnosis is used to formulate a plan for treating your sprain or fracture. We review that plan with you, listen to your thoughts carefully, and answer your questions.
Who is Dr. Taylor?
Dr. Glenn Taylor, a founding partner of NOSS, is a highly experienced orthopaedic surgeon. Dr. Taylor is certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He is a former chief of staff at Waterbury Hospital.
A bone fracture that causes little or no damage to the surrounding soft tissues.
The skin is lacerated and bone pieces may be exposed.
The two ends of the broken bone are separated from one another.
Involves three or more bone fragments.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I contact the doctors for advice?
We are here to help you recover and get back to your quality of life. If you are ever in need of advice, feel free to schedule an appointment to come in and speak with one of our board certified specialists.
What should I do if I have concerns?
Your concerns are our concerns. We will talk you through every step of any procedures or recommendations we have for you. Ultimately, we will develop a plan that you’re comfortable with that will also get you on the path to recovery.
Will information about me be safe and secure?
At NOSS we pride ourselves on patient information security and your privacy as our patient. Please refer to our Health Information Privacy page for more information about your privacy and the security of your information.