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Biddeford Office
46 Barra Road
Biddeford, ME 04005
Ph: 207-283-1126

Sanford Office
25A June Street - Suite 016 
Sanford, ME 04073
Ph: 207-324-1488

Please call our Biddeford office to request an appointment or refer a patient. 

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  • Insurance information and card(s)
  • A photo ID
  • List of your current medications
  • Any recent imaging studies (X-ray, MRI) from practices not affiliated with SMHC

SMHC Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Our highly-specialized musculoskeletal experts can help you with painful bone, joint, muscle, tissue, ligament and nerve disorders that limit your lifestyle. Call 207-283-1126 today to learn more about our:

  • Innovative treatment options
  • Excellent patient experience and outcomes
  • National accreditation awards

Advanced Orthopedic Care in Biddeford and Sanford

Dr. Jeff Bush Interview

Total Knee Replacement

Dr. Matt Bush Interview

Scott's Story

SMHC Orthopedics patient Scott Adams was unable to walk to his mailbox without knee pain. After joint replacement surgery, he is back to enjoying normal activities, pain free.

We'll Keep You Moving

For patients undergoing a "traditional" hip replacement, a posterior approach is used to access the diseased hip joint, remove and resurface arthritic bone and implant the replacement joint. A prosthetic joint is specially selected by the surgeon to match the patient's anatomy.

Learn more about this procedure.

Patients with arthritis in the knee joint experience pain when the smooth cartilage at the ends of the bones is damaged or missing. During knee replacement surgery, the surgeon removes arthritic and damaged bone in the knee joint, resurfaces the remaining bone and implants a replacement knee joint. Prosthetic joints are made of plastic and metal and are specially selected by the surgeon to match the build of a patient's body. Advances in technology now allow some patients to undergo knee replacement surgery who might not have been candidates in the past.

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Patients with arthritis in the shoulder joint experience pain when bones in the joint rub together. During shoulder replacement surgery, the surgeon removes arthritic and damaged bone in the shoulder joint, resurfaces the bone and implants a replacement shoulder joint. Prosthetic joints are made of plastic or metal and are specially selected by the surgeon to match the build of a patient's body.

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We work closely with referring physicians to provide the highest quality care and return each patient to their pre-injury lifestyle.

Sports Medicine

  • Arthroscopic surgery for knee and shoulder injuries
  • ACL reconstruction, meniscal repair, rotator cuff and labral repair
  • We provide team care services to many area schools, including Biddeford and Kennebunk high schools and Thornton Academy

Hand surgery

  • Carpal tunnel release (endoscopic and open), tendon and nerve repair, fracture care, wrist arthroscopy

Foot and ankle surgery

Industrial/work related injuries

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SMHC’s Joint Replacement Program has earned the Joint Commission’s gold seal of approval for hip and knee replacement surgery.