Neurology in Claremont
APD collaborates with Dr. Edward J. Orecchio, MD, PLLC in Claremont, NH to provide evaluation and solutions to neurologic problems. Dr. Orecchio’s mission is to ensure that patients and their families understand their neurologic conditions, and he spends time with each patient to accomplish this goal.
Dr. Orecchio is based in Claremont and works in satellite clinics throughout the week.
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday
5 Dunning St, Suite #2
Claremont, NH 03743
Springfield Hospital in the Specialty Clinics
25 Ridgewood Rd
Richards Building at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital
17 Belmont Avenue
Professional Building (upper level) at Mt. Ascutney Hospital
289 County Road
(603) 542-1187 (Claremont office)
The answering service can direct your calls to the satellite clinics, if necessary
- Diagnosis and treatment of neurologic disorders
- Electrodiagnostic testing
Conditions treated include:
- Entrapped nerves, including carpal tunnel syndrome
- Dementias and cognitive disorders, including Alzheimers
- Lumbar punctures
- Multiple sclerosis
- Muscle disease
- Neck and back disorders, such as herniated discs
- Peripheral Nerve Disease (Neuropathy)
About Dr Orecchio’s Practice
In addition to general neurology, Dr. Orechio’s expertise includes neurophysiology and electrodiagnostic testing (EMG), and he is board certified in both areas. He performs the following:
- Neurologic diagnostic testing
- EEG interpretations through the Brattleboro Hospital
Dr. Orecchio received his BS from Rutgers University and his MD from Georgetown University. He began his career as a pediatrician in the early ’70s and specialized in pediatric neurology before moving to adult neurology. Dr. Orecchio belongs to many local and national societies that include the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Neurology, the Child Neurology Society, the American Epilepsy Society, the American Medical Electroencephalographic Society, the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Clinical Neurophysiology, the American Sleep Disorders Society, and the American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine.