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How An Orthopedic Surgeon Can Help You

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Whether arthritis, back pain, sports injuries or overall stiffness, an orthopedic doctor from Southeast Orthopedic Specialists can help treat your pain and discomfort. An orthopedic surgeon is a medical professional that is dedicated to the diagnosing, treating, prevention and rehabilitation of injuries, diseases or disorders relating to the musculoskeletal system. This can include tendons, muscles, […]

Orthopedic Surgery: Questions to Ask Your Orthopedic Doctor

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We are the orthopedic doctors Jacksonville residents turn to when they need orthopedic specialists that not only have the experience and tools to accurately treat people, but also who care about their patients. Before you choose an orthopedic doctor, you may ask yourself the following questions. Is Surgery the Best Treatment Option? Surgery is not […]

Alleviating Post-Surgery Foot Pain

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Our experienced surgeons and doctors can provide you with the information and resources you need to prepare for your foot surgery—including valuable tips on recovery and avoiding post-surgical foot pain.

Preventing Blood Clots After Orthopedic Ankle Surgery

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For patients needing surgery for a broken ankle, one of the biggest risks is a complication called deep vein thrombosis (DVT). This is a serious condition that can occur when a blood clot forms in a vein inside the body.

What Causes Tendonitis and How Is It Treated?

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Tendonitis is a condition where a tendon has become inflamed. It can occur in the knee, shoulder, heel, elbow and more. Often, it is cause by an overuse of the tendon or injury. This is why tendonitis is a common sports injury. It’s common in active adults. Some of the most common types of tendonitis […]

Childhood Scoliosis Symptoms & Warning Signs

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When an individual has unnatural curving and rotating of the spinal column, he or she has a spinal deformity that is referred to as scoliosis. According to the National Scoliosis Foundation, approximately 7 million people in the United States have scoliosis. Understanding Scoliosis A normal spinal column has curves located in the lower portion of […]