News Release

September 27, 2013

Contact: Chris DeFrancesco, 860-679-3914

Sports Medicine Expert Joins UConn Health Center

FARMINGTON, CONN. Ė Dr. Matthew Hall is now seeing patients at the UConn Health Center, at the New England Musculoskeletal Institute in Farmington. Starting in December he will also see patients at the UConn Health Centerís new medical office in Storrs.

Hallís areas of expertise include non-operative treatment of all sports injuries including shoulder, knee, ankle, and foot as well as concussions, particularly at the high school and college level. He also takes care of general shoulder problems such as rotator cuff injuries and knee arthritis.

Hall completed a UConn primary care sports medicine fellowship, a joint program with Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center. A graduate of the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Hall residency trained in family medicine at Brown University and the Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island. He lives in East Windsor.

More information about the UConn Health Centerís sports medicine team is available at Call 800-535-6232 or 860-679-7692 to make an appointment.

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Caption: Dr. Matthew Hall, a non-operative sports medicine physician, is now seeing patients at the UConn Health Center.

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