New England Society of Orthopaedic Technologists

                                                                                                                               Serving its members since 1983





Meetings Orthopaedic Technologists Certificate Program-NHTI Links

Kara Jackson-NESOT Paper of the year on-line

Bylaws are now available!

Pay for dues and meeting registration on Paypal!




 Looking for a host for Spring 2018 and Fall 2018. Interested? Email one of the officers!

NEW: NESOT Call for Papers. Thinking about writing a paper. Submit it to NESOT for your chance to have it posted on our website and be a winner of $125.00, plaque/certificate and a free 1 year membership. Print off your copy of the Rules and Guidelines. 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.

Interested in joining us for the NAOT conference? Check it out!

Need information on getting certified? Visit NBCOT and find out. There's a new CEU opportunities link from NBCOT CEU's.

Do you have someone interested in joining? Download a membership application today!

Created by Dave Cyr and Dave Gallant    

Updated 1/29/17


Yearly Dues

NESOT Call for Papers new link!

Sylvie Henley won NAOT's Call for Papers last year. Her paper is now available to read here.

Kara Jackson-Paper of the year

If anyone is interested in submitting a paper, print off a copy of the Rules and Guidelines.


     Annual Orthopaedic Day!

This will held every year on August 24th. This day was to honor Nicolas Andry de Bois-Regard, a French physician and writer that was born on August 24, 1658. He's listed as the Father of Orthopaedics.

 Visit NAOT for more info on your planning!


Ortho Techs- Making people feel better


It saddens me to inform all of the Orthopaedic community that long-time NESOT member Scott Hutchins passed away earlier this week. He was 51.

Scott became a certified technologist in 2002. He worked for over 20 years at OA Centers for Orthopaedics- Portland Me. as an OTC.

On a personal note, I had the pleasure of working with Scott for over 10 years at OA. He was a top-notch technologist, always professional and very caring of his patients. He was hired and due to start at Orthopaedic Trauma and Fracture Care-Portland, Me., working with Dave Gallant and I, the day he died.

He will be missed as a co-worker and friend.

There will be a private Celebration of Life at a later date.

Dave Cyr OTC








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