New Patient Forms at Florida OrthoCare
At Florida OrthoCare, we welcome new patients. Please download the attached new patient packet and be sure to bring the forms to your scheduled office visit.
Medical Information Requested in Order to Schedule an Appointment:
- Be able to describe the injury as best as you can to our appointment personnel so that they can schedule you with one of our physicians who specializes in that area.
- Have your insurance card available so the appointment personnel can enter the information.
- Check with your insurance carrier to make sure that care services are in your network of approved physicians.
- The appointment availability of the individual physicians varies. Typically, we can see an emergency within 24 to 48 hours. For all other appointments please call our scheduling department for current availability.
How We Can Help You?
What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disorder that can affect every joint in the body. However, patients are most likely to notice symptoms in their spine, hips region, knees, and hands. Osteoarthritis occurs due the wear and tear of the cartilage at the end of your bones. This is the most rampant form …
Spinal Fracture Treatment Options with Orthopaedic Care Orthopaedic spine care has seen several advancements since the treatment and management of spinal fractures. Complicated spinal surgeries have been replaced by less invasive and more effective medical treatment plans. It is important for patients at Florida OrthoCare to have a better understanding of spinal fracture treatment options. …
What Are Meniscal Tears? Meniscal tears affect the knee and may involve torn cartilage. These are also called meniscus tears. The most common sign there could be a meniscal tear may be from pain in the region. A meniscal tear is one of the more common types of injuries of the knee, but most commonly …