- Bedford Ambulatory Surgical Center
- Parkland Medical Center
- St. Joseph Hospital
- Southern New Hampshire Medical Center
- Nashua Ambulatory Surgical Center
After beginning medical school thinking he was going to be a pediatrician, Dr. Strapko found his calling in Orthopedic Surgery.
He finds the most challenge and reward in reconstructing the hand so it is workable again after trauma.
“I like it the most because it is thinking out of the box.”
Dr. Strapko chose New Hampshire Orthopedic Center because it is a unique practice that offers patients a different experience,
“Most patients realize that when they come here, they’ll have a relationship with their orthopedic surgeon.
They trust us and they want to come back to us because we know them as people, not just as patients.”
Steve I. Strapko, MD is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
He specializes in hand and upper extremity surgery.
Education & Training
Dr. Strapko graduated medical school from New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey. He interned and did his residency at George Washington University Medical Center, Washington, D.C. He did his fellowship in hand and upper extremity surgery at the Indiana Hand Center, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Dagan works closely with Dr. Strapko and may see you before and after surgery. He is board certified by the National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants. Dagan completed his master’s program at Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts.
Physician & Surgery Coordinator
Jennifer manages Dr. Strapko’s patient schedule and communication. If you are having surgery, Jennifer will be your primary contact from the time Dr. Strapko recommends surgery through your first post-operative visit. She will schedule both your surgery and any pre-operative tests you need. If you have any questions or requests about your care, please give Jennifer a call.