Rochester’s Premier Orthopaedic Surgeons

Welcome to Rochester Community Orthopaedics

Providing one-on-one pain relief for people of all ages

We are a group of board-certified orthopaedic surgeons near Penfield and Brighton, who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems over a wide range of conditions and injuries. We treat our patients with respect and are proud of the results we achieve using our knowledge and years of experience.

Our highly trained practitioners specialize in many areas of orthopaedics. Here are just a few!

What Our Patients Are Saying

5 Stars

Jun 30, 2022

I highly recommend Rochester Community Orthopaedics. I have been a patient of Dr. Rashid for a number of years, and she's wonderful. Recently, I saw Kurt, a PA, for the first time. He was knowledgeable, personable, thorough, and answered all of my questions. Whether it's an appointment with the doctor, the PA, or interactions with the rest of the staff, it has always been a positive experience for me.
5 Stars

May 18, 2022

The whole practice is just great. I had Dr. Rashid for my hip replacement and that was a wonderful recovery. I had Dr. Carrier for a rotator cuff rupture and that too was great. I recommend this practice to anybody who is looking for great doctors to do a great job. Not leaving out the staff, they are all very nice and do their jobs well. I thank all of you
5 Stars

Jan 13, 2022

David Carrier did both of my wife's hips. She was once wheelchair bound, now she is doing 10 mile walks and 2 hour elliptical machine. All documented on her fitbit. Thank you Sir, me and my wife thank you. You are truly the best I've seen
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