Bone and Joint Institute – About

Penn State Bone and Joint Institute provides innovative care to adults and children with even the most complex disorders.  

Make an appointment

To schedule an appointment, call us at 717-531-5638

Multidisciplinary approach

By bringing together experts from multiple specialties into our 52,000 square foot facility, we can collaboratively treat patients with effective results. 

Penn State Sports Medicine, located in State College, is also part of the Penn State Health Bone and Joint Institute. We care for all Penn State athletes, as well as patients throughout central Pennsylvania.

Physicians work together to provide sports medicine care to the Hershey Bears Hockey Team, Harrisburg Senators Baseball Team, Penn State varsity athletes, and local colleges and high schools.

Highly trained physicians

Each physician has pursued formal fellowship training and developed subspecialty interests in addition to general orthopaedics.

Contact us

Bone and Joint Institute
30 Hope Drive
Entrance B, Suite 2400
Hershey, PA 17033 

Ortho Report

Our blog publishes articles by our orthopaedic staff to share discoveries and successes.
Read Ortho Report

Strong focus on research

Our researchers study a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders including arthritis, osteoporosis, biomechanics of implants, mechanisms of fracture healing, and cancer of the musculoskeletal system.

Research on bone and joint conditions is conducted through the work of the Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation department at Penn State Hershey. Learn more about our research.

Joint replacement education

Visit our Joint Replacement Education website to learn detailed information about hip or knee replacement surgery. The website contains a wealth of information for patients and their families at every stage of the joint replacement process. From things to consider before you decide to have surgery, to recommended joint strengthening exercise videos, to hospital stay information and what to expect in recovery, you’ll find it on the Joint Replacement Patient Education website.