Adult Reconstruction & Arthritis Surgery
Arthritis is a disease that causes severe pain and restricts the movement of your joints. Additionally, arthritis affects the actions you rely on to perform your everyday activities.Learn More
Made up of three separate joints, working together to give a full 180-degree range of motion on three different planes.Learn More
Knee & Leg
The body's largest joint, the knee is a "hinge" joint where three bones meet: the tibia, the femur and the patella.Learn More
Hand & Wrist
Consisting of dozens of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles that work together seamlessly in a variety of positions.Learn More
Connects the humerus bone with the radius and ulna bones through a complex network of muscles, ligaments, and tendons.Learn More
Florida Orthopaedic Institute’s trauma specialists provide expert care for patients with severe musculoskeletal injuries, and have consistently offered one of the nation's top fellowships in orthopedic trauma since 1987.Learn More
Interventional Spine
The spine team of Florida Orthopaedic Institute applies the latest technology available for diagnosis and treatment of an array of painful spinal conditions.Learn More
With 33 bones, the spine is one of the most complex and important systems in the human body – the body's main support structure.Learn More
Hip & Thigh
One of the largest weight-bearing joints in the body, the ball-and-socket joint of the hips play an integral role in the function of walking, sitting, standing and bending.Learn More
Foot, Ankle & Lower Leg
A highly complex structure consisting of dozens of bones and joints and more than a hundred muscles, tendons, and ligaments.Learn More

Our Specialties & Services

At Florida Orthopaedic Institute, we offer a comprehensive range of specialized orthopedic services. Regardless of the issue, if it involves the bones, muscles, or joints, we have an expert on staff who specializes in it. To find a specialist in a particular area or to learn more about the services we offer, make a selection from the menu to the right or click below on our chart.