Ashton Stanton, MD

Dr. Ashton Stanton is a Physiatrist in Exeter, New Hampshire. Dr. Stanton is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Physiatry) and has a special interest in Sports Medicine.

"My approach to practicing Physiatry is to be aggressive with diagnosis and conservative with treatment. I like to provide my patients with an education about their diagnoses and the involved anatomy. By doing this I believe it empowers patients to make informed decisions about their care. My goal is to return patients to their optimal level of function, therefore allowing them to resume their chosen recreational and vocational activities."

"My specific interest is non-surgical spine and musculoskeletal care. I also have extensive training in treating sports-related injuries. I use a combination of minimally invasive procedures coupled with specialized physical therapy to maximize outcomes."

"Outside of work I spend most of his free time with my children and family. I enjoy the outdoors and I am an avid skier and surfer. I also volunteer my time by providing sports medicine coverage for community athletic events and local sports teams."

Now located at The Center for Orthopedics and Movement at 7 Alumni Drive, Exeter, NH

  • Undergraduate: BA, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
  • Graduate: MD, St. George's University School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies
Kingsbrook Rehabilitation Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY
Board Certified
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
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Core Physicians
7 Alumni Drive
The Center for Orthopedics & Movement
Exeter, NH 03833
Phone: 603-778-7975
Fax: 603-778-7964

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Care has always been good until last appt. to review MRI. Dr. didn't seem prepared and hurried through - then referred me to other dr.


Dr cancelled phy therapy after 5 weeks of visits. Insurance denied MRI because 6 wks of pt had not been completed. This occurred at end of Dec. Cost of MRI in new ins year with cost me a much larger amount because of maxing out deductible in 2016.


Dr. Stanton is very professional and I feel very comfortable under his care.


I felt that I could trust these people. I felt relaxed.


For my first appointment, I was in pain yet my appt. was 17 (3 weeks) away My second appt was 11 days away. My third appt was 11 days away so I asked for a closer appt and she gave me one 5 days away. My fourth appt was never 24 days away. I realize he is a very busy orthopedic doctor, but the waiting time for appointments seemed excessive to me


The doctor was fine. Unfortunately the procedure (steroid injection) was not helpful - Very disappointed in results.


I only went once


The doctor was short almost as thoug I was putting him out by being their, I'd try to explain how I was feeling or ask him a question and he would put me off and seem annoyed. I did not feel comfortable or wanted there he was or came of emotionally detached The girls up front and his assistant where very nice though.


During the procedure the provider Dr. Stanton said to my wife, 'I can't explain this to you because you probably won't understand'


Appointments with this provider felt very rushed - questions not answered directly & overall - somewhat lack of client -centered practice.

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