Rob Parisien, MD​

Orthopaedic Trauma and Fracture Surgery

Dr. Parisien has been in practice for 14 years specializing in adult and pediatric orthopaedic traumatology and fracture surgery.  He is a graduate of the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program and was the administrative chief orthopaedic resident at Massachusetts General Hospital in his senior year.  He did a fellowship at the Brigham and Women’s hospital finishing in 2004.  

​He graduated with honors from Dartmouth Medical School in 1999 and was elected to the AOA honor society.  Prior to entering the world of orthopaedic surgery, he was a professional athlete.  He is a former member of the US Ski Team and competed in the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France, where he was the top American finisher in 20th place.  

​He has earned the NH Magazine "Top Doctor" award in Orthopaedic Surgery numerous times.  He and his wife and 3 children live near Concord, NH.  His other interests are philosophy of science, cognitive science and epistemology of medical decision making, the baroque lute, and competitive cycling.