Conditions Treated

 

Sports related injuries and activity specific rehabilitation

 

Overuse injuries

 

Fractures, sprains, strains, dislocations, tendon and ligament injuries

 

Injuries of the hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle, and foot

 

Advanced tendon reconstruction

 

Shoulder arthroscopy for the treatment of bursitis, rotator cuff tears, arthritis, dislocations, instability, labral tears, biceps tendonitis / tears, separated shoulder (AC joint sprain)

 

Fracture Open Reduction And Internal Fixation (Orif)

 

Knee arthroscopy for the treatment of arthritis, cartilage damage, instability, ACL tears, PCL tears, multi-ligament tears, patella instability / dislocations

 

Hip arthroscopy for the treatment of impingement, cartilage tears, labral tears, bursitis, snapping hip

 

Hip Arthroscopy

 

Knee & Shoulder Surgery

 

Knee arthroscopy

 

Knee cartilage implantation

 

Knee cartilage surgery

 

Knee Ligament Reconstruction

 

Knee osteotomy

 

Knee tendon repair

 

Shoulder arthroscopy

 

Shoulder cartilage /labral repairs

 

Shoulder Dislocation

 

Shoulder rotator cuff repair

 

Shoulder stabilizations

 

Shoulder, knee and ankle arthroscopic surgery

 

Sports Medicine Surgery

7331 College Pkwy, Suite 300; Fort Myers, FL 33907

 

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