Florida OrthoCare – South Florida’s Top Orthopaedic Specialists and Surgeons
Specializing in general orthopaedic care, neurosurgery, spine care, hand surgery, injections/aspirations, sports medicine, regenerative medicine and more.
Florida OrthoCare is a medical group dedicated to providing quality care to our patients to keep them active longer in life. With orthopaedic office locations in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami Dade Counties, our goal is to serve all of your orthopaedic needs throughout South Florida and Central Florida.
South Florida Orthopaedic Surgeons You Can Trust
Our team of medical physicians includes specialists who are Board-Certified and Fellowship-Trained in Orthopaedic Surgery including shoulder and knee injuries, arthroscopic surgery, total joint replacement, regenerative therapies, and brain, spine, and neck injuries. Besides treating patients with commercial health insurance and Medicare, our orthopaedic centers also see patients for private insurance, work-related injuries, and personal injury.
At Florida OrthoCare, we realize that we have a responsibility to our patients and our community to make a positive impact on people’s lives. We seek to provide dedicated, respectful, and individualized care to each of our patients in order to help improve their quality of life. If you have an injury or are interested in injury prevention, our physicians are available to work with you and discuss treatment options in depth offering non-operative alternative treatments while still providing surgical options when needed.
Request an appointment online or call (561) 570-2501 to schedule your appointment at one of our many South Florida or Centeral Florida locations.
Florida Home Physical Therapy
Geriatric Chiropractic Care
How We Can Help You?
Living with Arthritis Pain Arthritis is a painful condition that can make activities of daily living difficult, if not impossible. Osteoarthritis, the most common form of the disease, affects millions of Americans and is caused by wear and tear on a joint. It often affects the knee or the hip. Misconceptions about arthritis are prevalent, but knowing the …
Meniscus Tear Injuries Understanding What is a Meniscus Tear and Knee Pain There are 2 cushiony pieces of the cartilage connecting the femur and the tibia of each leg. This cartilage is called a meniscus (plural: menisci), and it is present in a pair in each knee joint. A meniscal tear occurs when the knee …
Cutting Edge Spinal Fracture Treatment Options Only a few decades ago a spinal fracture could seriously affect your future. Often a spinal fracture meant permanent paralysis. Today, there are many advanced surgical options, treatment plans, and therapies that can help to alleviate pain, and quickly get you back on your feet. Understanding spinal fracture …