Dr. Pulling to See Patients in Livermore Falls
To provide sports medicine and more at Androscoggin Valley Medical Arts Center
December 19, 2011
Androscoggin Valley Medical Arts Center
Dr. Thomas Pulling
Dr. Thomas Pulling will begin seeing patients in Livermore Falls every Thursday afternoon beginning January 26 at the Androscoggin Valley Medical Arts Center (AVMAC) located at 21 Main Street. Dr. Pulling is affiliated with Franklin Health Orthopaedics in Farmington.
Dr. Pulling is board-certified in family medicine and he recently completed a fellowship in sports medicine at Maine Medical Center.
Dr. Pulling provides a range of services including treatment of acute injury, muscle and joint pain, and arthritic tenderness. Dr. Pulling additionally manages conditions like exercise-induced asthma and concussion. His expertise in sports medicine enables him to personally tailor sport-specific training and conditioning for athletes, and design safe fitness programs for those who want to be more physically active, but have chronic conditions such as COPD and heart disease. His goal is to help people remain healthy and active their entire lives.
To make an appointment with Dr. Pulling at the AVMAC, contact Franklin Health Orthopaedics at 778-9001 and request to receive your health care in Livermore Falls. Dr. Pulling also sees patients in the Franklin Health Medical Arts Center on the Franklin Memorial Hospital campus, every Tuesday and Wednesday.
Primary care, lab services, x-ray, ultrasound, digital mammography, ob/gyn women’s care, and care for psychiatric and behavioral issues are among the other services that will be offered at the AVMAC, which opens on January 23.
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