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Jorge Acevedo, M.D.

acevedoDr. Acevedo is an orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon who specializes in arthroscopic and minimally invasive techniques.  He received his medical degree from the University Of Florida College Of Medicine and completed his Orthopedic Residency at the Georgia Baptist Medical Center. Following his residency he completed his Fellowship in Foot and Ankle Surgery under the instruction of Johns Hopkins professors Mark Myersen, MD and Lew Schon, MD.  He lectures internationally on an extensive array of topics in the foot and ankle and has developed several arthroscopic and minimally invasive procedures.  He has received several honors and awards, including the Roger H. Michael/Johnson & Johnson Outstanding Fellow Research Award, Nominee for the Florida Choice Awards of Excellence in Patient Care, AOFAS Research Grant, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America Resident/Fellow Research Award.  Dr. Acevedo was recently an Honored Lecturer at the Annual American Vietnamese Seminar on Surgery of the Lower Extremity during an AOFAS directed medical mission.

More information about Dr. Acevedo

Medical Degree

  • University Of Florida College Of Medicine, Gainesville, FL

Orthopedic Surgery Residency

  • Georgia Baptist Medical Center, Atlanta, GA

Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellowship

  • The Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, MD

Certifications

  • Board-Certified, American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

 


 

Patients that Inspire

“Dr Acevedo has done what other doctors were not able to accomplish with my foot injury.”

-Ana Gomez

“After 10 years and 5 surgeries, I can tell you that Dr. Acevedo is not your typical doctor.”

-Jenna Van Rassel

“I cannot thank Dr. Acevedo enough for giving me back my mobility, and I highly recommend him. To me, he is a miracle worker.”

-Bernadette Madden

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Chiropractic Physician

Expert Chiropractic Medicine encompasses manual manipulations of the spine and extremities to restore proper mobility of the joint. Additionally, manual manipulations focus on proper biomechanics to avoid compensation throughout the body that could lead to pain and injury.

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