Daytona Orthopedic Surgeons


Orthopedic Injury Treatments

Injuries to the ligaments and joints can be extremely frustrating. Often, we see patients whose everyday mobility has been dramatically reduced. If you notice that simple tasks which require bending or twisting now cause so much pain that you cannot do them, you may have suffered an Orthopedic injury or a similar form of injury.

For athletes and other physically active people, this means sitting on the sidelines to their daily activities. For others, it can mean an inability to work or care for themselves or their loved ones, such as young children. When you’ve suffered an injury of this nature, one major concern is returning to your full health without causing permanent damage to your body.

Daytona Beach Orthopedic Surgeon

Our offices and surgeons utilize the latest technologies available, which take advantage of the best nonsurgical options to treat your injuries. After a comprehensive diagnosis and review of your medical history, our orthopedic specialists will ensure you thoroughly understand your diagnosis and why we’ve recommended your possible treatment options. That way, you can be sure the treatment you decide to pursue is the best treatment option for you.

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Returning to a Pain-Free Life

Our Orthopedic Specialists provide the most advanced nonsurgical and surgical forms of treatment to eliminate your pain at the source. We take care to preserve the functions of your joints and restore your full movement functions, so you can safely return to your normal life as swiftly as possible.


Arthroscopy Treatment

In addition to Orthopedic Surgery, our Orthopedic Specialists can provide the following outpatient arthroscopic procedures for shoulder and knee injuries:

  • Rotator Cuff Tears
  • Rotator Cuff Repairs
  • Labral Reconstructions (following shoulder dislocations)
  • SLAP Tears
  • ACL Tears
  • PCL Tears
  • Knee Dislocations
  • Multi-Ligament Knee Injuries
  • Knee Cartilage Procedures (including the meniscus)