Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute provides the complete range of orthopedic care utilizing the latest treatment technology
The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute is focused on providing patients with exceptional orthopaedic care. Our 35 physicians are board certified. Our staff provides compassionate care while offering pain management, physical therapy, non-invasive and minimally-invasive procedures and complex surgical procedures. We have seven convenient offices and ten rehab facilities throughout the city, and we invite you to give us a call today to schedule an appointment.
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016
1. What are the most common upper extremity injuries?
Sprains (labral tears, AC joint separations, wrist), strains (rotator cuff tears), dislocations (shoulder, finger) and fractures (humerus, elbow, wrist, and finger) are the most common injuries to occur in the upper extremity. The individual's age and health status, type of activity at time of injury, and mechanism (how the injury occurred) affect injury location and severity. A 17 year old male wrestler may sustain a dislocation of the shoulder (ball of the shoulder comes out of the socket) when attempting to escape his opponent, whereas a 65 year old woman may fracture her proximal humerus (top part of the arm bone) or wrist from a ground level fall. Treatment varies from activity modification, brief periods of immobilization and rehabilitation, to surgical intervention through minimally invasive or open procedures. Goals of treatment include restoration of anatomy, pain relief, and return to sport or functional independence with activities of daily living (i.e. hygiene care).
Friday, April 01, 2016
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Imagine being just a sophomore in high school and being told that you’ll never play sports again. That nightmare scenario was real life for Episcopal senior David Clark. But he’s the type of guy that doesn’t take no for an answer.
Monday, June 13, 2016
Blake Bortles and the JOI Foundation have partnered with the Police Athletic League to present a free football camp this Saturday at the Jax PAL off Monument Road.
Friday, April 24, 2015
MAKOplasty® Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA), is a procedure known as total hip replacement that is supported by the RIO® Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopedic System.
Thursday, June 02, 2016
Friday night at the spring football game Head of School Charley Zimmer and Director of Athletics Andy Kidd '99 honored Dr. Stanton Longenecker for his 30 years of volunteer service as ESJ's team doctor, provided by JOI. Three generations of Episcopal athletes have been cared for by Dr. Longenecker and the JOI staff. “We are grateful to Dr. Longenecker for his years of service to Episcopal athletics. I have experienced Doc’s care first hand as an ESJ student-athlete and then again as a coach. We are extremely fortunate to have had someone with the level of expertise that Dr. Longenecker brings to injury treatment and prevention. We will miss seeing him patrol our sidelines on Friday nights,” said Andy Kidd.