Mark your calendars for the 2019 Fall meeting!!


Fall meeting news!

The 2019 NESOT fall meeting will be held on November 9th at NHTI in Concord New Hampshire

2019 Fall Meeting Information

Below you will find information regarding the fall meeting agenda, registration and hotel information. We hope to see you all at the meeting!

2019 Spring Meeting

A message for the NESOT President;


Hello NESOT!
Thank you to all that were able to attend the   conference. A special thank you to Heidi Pike and the Physicians and Staff   from OA centers for Orthopaedics for everything. It was great seeing   everyone, and we had a great day. We had some great speakers , new topics, a   good vendor showing, and a lot of questions answered. We realize that it was   a long business meeting, but feel like we accomplished the many important   issues and decisions that needed to be addressed. We will keep everyone   posted to the outcome of the NAOT phone call. Keep watching for upcoming   casting workshop information that will hopefully begin in June/July.
Thanks you again for your continued support.

Billy Maxwell

NESOT President


Spring meeting registration and agenda!

Below you will find the link to the Spring 2019 Meeting and agenda.


NESOT has first Honor Society. Elected is Sid Rubenstien and Dave Gallant-2014

NESOT's 30th Year Success!

      The Fall Meeting (30th Anniversary) in Portland, Maine was a great success!   We had a great turn-out of over 70 members and 10 vendors!  I would also like to  extend a big thank you to Dave Cyr for providing the speakers for our meeting  and doing the leg work for the meeting center.  We also had a great casting  clinic on Friday with Parker Medical sponsoring it and Ken Hawkins lending a  hand!

       As Dave Cyr retired from Vice Presidency, we  voted in a new Vice President. I would like everyone to welcome Tania Babineau  as our new Vice President. Tania will be working closely with our Vendors in the  future.  Gary Smith agreed to stay on as Treasurer for 1 more term so anyone  interested in this position in the future please let one of the officers know. 

      We also celebrated the start of our 30th  year of NESOT! We brought back the Master Plaster with an 80’s theme for the  Friday night reception. We also have commemorative coffee mugs for sale! Please  contact Jenny Cates if you are interested. Mugs are $10.00 each and will go  towards the funds used for sending a member to the NAOT conference each year. 

       Sue Turcotte received a plaque in honor of her hard  work and dedication to the continuing growth of Orthopaedic Technology. Her  program at NHTI continues to grow and now offers an Associate’s Degree.   

     NBCOT also honored NESOT by doing a donation of  $300.00 on our behalf to the American Red Cross Colorado Relief Fund. According  to their letter to the Red Cross, “ This donation is being given in the honor of  NESOT for 30 years of service to the profession of Orthopaedic Technology and  the continuing education of Orthopaedic Technologists in the New England area.   NBCOT is a great supporter of NESOT and they attend many of our conferences-we  are very fortunate that we have a great working relationship with them. 

NESOT's 25th Year Success!

Friday casting/splinting workshop attendance at 46. Well above the our expectations. We held an awards dinner Friday evening. Awards were handed out to Gary Smith for his continued position as Treasurer for 18 years! Sue Turcotte and Sid Rubinstein also received awards for longevity presidential officers and Dave Gallant was presented the Presidential Award for his outstanding orthopaedic commitment to NESOT and the community. Well attended by 40 people. Saturday's meeting we had over 55 people and 17 vendors! NBCOT donated $300.00 to a charity of our choice and the Barbara Bush Children's foundation was voted on. Our next meeting is being planned out right now and we'll be posting info soon. I want to thank everyone for being  part of a great organization and we as officers will do our very best to see that it continues.                 

Dave Cyr