Dr. Steen explains, “Some neck conditions can refer pain to the arm making it confusing to know if you’re dealing with a shoulder or neck injury.”
January is around the corner which means new insurance plans, new deductibles, and new copays. If your insurance is changing your coverage may change too.
Back pain affects 8 out of 10 people at some point in their lives. Dr. Hood offers 5 tips on what you can do at home to find acute low back pain relief.
When lifestyle treatment options do not provide enough relief to keep you moving comfortably, consider these osteoporosis medications.
No matter what type of surgery you’re recovering from, undergoing physical therapy after surgery is essential to accelerate your recovery.
Dr. Mark Hollmann moved the Rapid Recovery program to ASC facilities making it possible for patients to go home in less than 5 hours after surgery.
Dr. Reed explains, “Localized cortisone shots are effective at reducing inflammation and treating joint pain while preserving tissue threatened by continuous inflammation.”
Carpal tunnel syndrome causes pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand and arm. In most patients, carpal tunnel syndrome gets worse over time.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to work out the kinks of our new phone system. We are diligently working to make sure your call gets to the right person.
Florida Orthopaedic Associates is pleased to welcome a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon J. David Watts, MD for general orthopaedic and foot/ankle injuries.
Stetson University honored Dr. Mark Hollmann for his 30 years of service as the head team physician for Stetson Athletics at a recent basketball game.
Dr. Turnbull recommends that if you are suffering from hip or knee osteoarthritis, do these three things first to help get you back to what matters most.
Dr. Lavoie and the Spine Team provide comprehensive care for patients with SI joint dysfunction and many other conditions of the spine.
People who make a habit of using correct posture are less likely to experience back and neck pain. Using the correct posture will provide the needed back support.
Dr. Brandon Steen, shoulder injury specialist, reviews the causes, symptoms and treatment for frozen shoulder, a common condition he sees in clinic.
Dr. Mark Hollmann warns, “there’s a lot of false and misleading information out there, including what some promoters are saying about stem cell therapies.”
Mark Hollmann, MD performs hundreds of arthroscopic procedures each year with minimal post-operative pain. Learn more about arthroscopic knee surgery.
There’s a lot of confusion when to use ice vs. heat therapy for injuries or pain. So which one is the right one to use and how long should the treatments last?
Dr. Reed outlines what it means when your surgeon uses a computer to assist with your joint replacement surgery and benefits of such a procedure.
Dr. Stephen Reed performed the area’s first total knee replacement surgery with Zimmer Biomet’s ROSA Knee Robot at Central Florida Regional Hospital.
Physiatrists are often the first stop for orthopaedic issues. Consulting with a physiatrist before seeking surgical treatment can be a valuable decision.
Meniscus tears are common knee injuries in athletes; however, an awkward twist getting out of a chair may be enough to cause a tear in an aging meniscus.
If you are curious about the direct anterior approach, Dr. Turnbull answers some questions to consider before speaking with a surgeon.
Our NSB clinic is moving to 617 Canal Street. The new location is two blocks west of S Dixie Freeway across from Ruthy’s Kozy Kitchen and will include a Walk-In-Clinic.
Dr. Brandon Steen reviews frequently asked questions about rotator cuff tears, when you should see a doctor and arthroscopic shoulder surgery.
Even falls that do not lead to injury can have a negative effect on older adults. Prevent falls with these simple fall-prevention measures.
Dr. Thomas Brodrick shares his recommendations on what to eat, and what vitamins and minerals to take, to keep your bones strong and healthy.
Don’t let cold weather and shorter days get in the way of being active. Dr. Royce Hood shares a few, simple activities that you can do to keep moving.
To help break through the fears of having hip surgery, Dr. Stephen Reed shares some of what you can expect. Remember each person’s recovery is different.
Dr. Lavoie, spine surgeon, discusses the causes, symptoms and treatment options for a herniated disc – also referred to as a slipped disc, compressed disc.
Every year from October 6-12, we celebrate National PA Week, which recognizes the physician assistant profession and its contributions to the nation’s health.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our updated website; redesigned to offer a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality.
Do you have back pain as a result of working from home? You’re not the only one. Try these 4 tips to avoid back pain while working remotely.
A new study found that dance related injuries requiring an emergency room visit leaped in numbers. What’s going on? Details here.
Your health and safety are our primary concern. Florida Orthopaedic Associates remains open and is ready to serve your orthopedic needs.
Our youth athletes are learning to play at a much higher intensity. As a result, Dr. Thomasson shares a few tips on how to protect your youth during physical activity.
Dr. Steen, former Buckeye pitcher, threw the first pitch at the Stetson baseball game Friday night. Stetson played Ohio State and won 9-1. #GoHatters
In recognition of National Wise Health Care Consumer Month, Dr. Hollmann covers 3 tips to keep in mind when finding an orthopaedic surgeon that’s right for you.
Dr. Hollmann presented at the 5th Annual Masters Course in Knee Arthroplasty, a prestigious international meeting held in Madrid, Spain.
As we celebrate our 50th anniversary, our founders, Drs. Huster, Griffin and Hood, reflect on the practice’s history and commitment to the communities it serves.