The Cornell Difference
Identical twin brothers Keith and Ken Cornell founded Cornell Orthotics & Prosthetics in 1985. Their uncommon dedication for excellence in their field and their vision of attentive, expert care sets their practice apart from others.
Recognizing that disability, pain or the loss of a limb are life-altering conditions, the brothers and their professional staff deliver the best possible orthotic and prosthetic care while instilling comfort and confidence into every patient. Partnering with physicians, the practice provides a supportive environment and the latest in technological advances throughout recovery and rehabilitation.
Three state-of-the-art patient care centers:
- Cummings Center, Beverly, Massachusetts
- Musculoskeletal Center, Peabody, Massachusetts
- Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care, Danvers, Massachusetts
Now in its third decade, Cornell O&P is rooted in the north shore of Massachusetts, inseparably bonded to the community, area hospitals, rehabilitation centers, schools, clinics and physicians. Delivering superior service to Greater Boston, Cornell Orthotics & Prosthetics continues to take a leading role in advocating for the disabled and participating in a broad range of professional organizations.