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Dr. J. Turner Vosseller, MD, Joins AOFAS® Board of Directors
Jacksonville Orthopaedic Surgeon to Serve Leading Foot and Ankle Society
Rosemont, Ill. (September 20th, 2022) – Foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon J. Turner Vosseller, MD, has joined the Board of Directors of the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society® (AOFAS). They are the leading organization for lower extremity medicine and foot and ankle surgery, as a member-at-large.
J. Turner Vosseller, JOI San Marco
Dr. Vosseller is currently a foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon at Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute in Jacksonville. He received his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. He went on to complete his orthopaedic surgery residency at Georgetown University Hospital. Following his residency, he moved to New York City to complete a foot and ankle fellowship at Hospital for Special Surgery.
Dr. Vosseller is a longtime leader in the AOFAS and Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Foundation. As a member and chair of the Humanitarian Committee from 2012-20. He played an instrumental role in developing opportunities for foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons. To provide life-changing surgery to patients with lower extremity deformities and disabilities in other countries. He dedicates his time to several other AOFAS committees. He is also a reviewer for Foot & Ankle International (FAI), the official journal of AOFAS.
“AOFAS has been integral to my progression as a surgeon and leader, providing countless opportunities for development, education, and service,” said Dr. Vosseller. “It is a great honor to serve on the Board of Directors, and I look forward to help shape the forward direction of the Society.”
About Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic Surgeons
Foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons are medical doctors (MD and DO) who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries of the foot and ankle. Their education and training consist of four years of medical school, five years of postgraduate residency, and a fellowship year of specialized surgical training. These specialists care for patients of all ages, performing reconstructive surgery for deformities and arthritis, treating sports injuries, and managing foot and ankle trauma.
About the AOFAS
The American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society mobilizes our community of foot & ankle orthopaedic surgeons to improve patient care through education, research, and advocacy. As the premier global organization for foot and ankle care, AOFAS delivers exceptional events and resources for continuous education, funds and promotes innovative research. They broaden patient understanding of foot and ankle conditions and treatments. By emphasizing collaboration and excellence, AOFAS inspires ever-increasing levels of professional performance. This leads to improved patient outcomes. For more information visit the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society online at aofas.org.
Christie Petrucci, Marketing and Communications Senior Specialist, AOFAS
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JOI wants to congratulate Dr. Vosseller for this accomplishments and this appointment to the Board of the AOFAS.
Dr. Vosseller practices at the JOI San Marco location. Finally, to schedule an appointment with him, please call 904-564-2000, schedule online or click the link below.
Jacksonville, FL, February 21, 2011 – Bruce Steinberg, MD, Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute (JOI) surgeon, announces that his groundbreaking research paper, “Quantitative Muscle Hardness as a Non-invasive Means for Detecting Patients At Risk of Compartment Syndromes” is now in the publication by Physiological Measurement. Additionally, this is an international, peer-review publication. The paper co-authors were Ryan Riel, MD, Marshal Armitage, MD, and Hudson Berrey, MD, of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation Health Science Center, Shands Jacksonville, University of Florida.
The publication is a journal for sensors, instrumentation and systems in physiology and medicine. It covers the quantitative assessment and visualization of physiological function in clinical research and practice. With an emphasis on the development of new methods of measurement and their validation.
Clinical Benchmark Study
Dr. Steinberg and his co-authors report on a benchmark clinical study validating quantitative muscle hardness and a device developed by Dr. Steinberg. In general, the device can be used to evaluate limb swelling, limb pain, muscle tone and muscle spasm. Also, the device can aid in the evaluation of medical conditions, such as limb edema, limb trauma, cellulitis, infections, hematoma, insect bites, snake bites, allergic reactions, contusions, stroke, cerebral palsy, paralysis, contractures, muscle strains and muscle ruptures.
There is demonstrated interest and excitement by the medical community for this device. It is non-invasive and shows great promise in providing additional diagnostic information for physicians thanks to Dr. Steinbergs groundbreaking research.
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Dr. Steinberg practices at the JOI San Marco physician office and Baptist Health Jacksonville.
Finally, to schedule with Dr. Steinberg, please call 904-564-2000 or schedule online or click below.
The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute will be having a Job Fair on October 5th from 6:30pm to 8pm at the JOI Rehab San Marco Office. JOI and JOI Rehab will be interviewing at this Job Fair for positions that are available currently at our clinics.
JOI and JOI Rehab have won the Bold City Best for 2022
The Bold City Best contest is back! We are so proud that you have once again voted JOI and JOI Rehab as the best for orthopedics and physical therapy. JOI has 5 Physician offices and 12 physical therapy centers in the North Florida area. We are opening a new Atlantic Rehab Center later this year.
Please nominate JOI & JOI Rehab for the 2023 Contest HERE.
Scroll down to Beauty and Health, then to Orthopedic Practice and Physical Therapy.
The competition gives the community the opportunity to nominate their favorite people, places and businesses in 135 differentcategories, including auto services, cuisine and cocktails, homes and finance, health and well-being, home and professional services, things to do, and shopping. There are two phases: nominations and voting.
Nominating is easy to do. On the contest website you simply choose a category, make your nomination, and fill in your email address. Make sure you click complete the registration form once all of the information is filled in. That’s it, it is as simple as that. Watch a video on how to complete this process HERE.
The top companies that get the most nominations in each category will advance to the voting round that will begins in June.
The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute continues to be open through the COVID19 Crisis. At JOI, we continue to use procedures and protocols focused on the safety and health of our patients. JOI offers online patient registration, allowing our patients to complete their registration forms online before appointments. This contactless registration not only allows you to complete patient forms from the convenience of your home but saves you time at check-in. Online registration is available for New, MD, and Rehab patients. Request your online paperwork here at request registration paperwork electronically.
Electronic Paperwork Instructions
Once you request your paperwork, you will receive an email with your PIN with paperwork instructions. The online patient registration is 100% completely secure, JOI has security safeguards in place to protect your health information. If you have any questions about electronic paperwork instructions, read below or click here at electronic paperwork instructions
Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute is here for you. We are committed to protecting the health and safety of our patients, families, and caregivers. Check out our online contactless patient registration today.
The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute has identified 5 Shoulder Symptoms That You Should Not Ignore. There really is no need to live with that shoulder pain that has been bothering. Now is the time to get it taken care of at JOI. We have even made it easier to access over 20 Orthopaedic Shoulder Pain Specialists by offering ASAP Injury Appointments at all of our locations. Our facilities are following all of the CDC safety protocols.
If you want to hear what we are doing to keep you safe as a patient, please go to JOI4U. Our physicians work very closely with over 60 Physical and Occupational Therapists to design shoulder specific rehab programs to get you back on the road to recovery. Don’t let that shoulder pain get any worse, give us a call at JOI-2000 or schedule online at your convenience. JOI, Where The Pro’s Go!
The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute continues to be open through this COVID19 Crisis. We continue to change our procedures and protocols to make it as safe as possible for our patients and our valuable employees
In accordance with CDC guidelines and in conjunction with Baptist Health, JOI and JOI Rehab are following the best practices to provide you and our employees with a safe environment.
JOI Best Practices
You can complete all of your paperwork from home. To request your paperwork, please click on Paperwork and complete the form. You can also request this feature when you make your appointments. At all of the JOI Rehab Centers, you can use the virtual waiting room from your car. You can also pay your copay from your car while you wait.
We continue to monitor staff for symptoms and positive Covid tests.
Increasing the cleaning our offices, waiting room, exam rooms, and equipment.
Paying close attention to areas that are touched frequently, such as doorknobs, pens, chairs, and medical devices.
Ensuring that our staff members are paying close attention to cleaning between patients.
Decreasing the number of waiting room chairs to provide appropriate social distancing.
Providing added shields at the front desk areas and in some patient care areas.
Making hand sanitizer stations readily available.
Continuing to follow strict hand washing protocols and the wearing of PPE for all JOI employees.
Due to the low incidence of COVID-19 in our community,and the latest guidelines from the CDC, universal masking is no longer required.
Providing Telehealth Services for both JOI and JOI Rehab.
Reaching the community with the Bridge program that allows JOI Rehab clinicians to come to your home for patients is the geographic areas of our JOI Rehab Facilities
As we continue to focus on maintaining a safe environment for our patients and staff as well as following social distancing guidelines, we are no longer allowing patients to bring guests with them to their appointments with the exception of minor patients, patients with limited mobility, translation or those with other approved circumstances. If someone needs to accompany the patient, we are limiting patients to one guest. Our call center can make your in-person appointment or a Telehealth appointment if you prefer.
If you have had COVID 19, please call 904-JOI-2000 for our criteria to be seen at a JOI Facility.
JOI Rehab continues to offer Telehealth or Virtual Visits and The Bridge Home Therapy Visits. JOI Rehab offers Telehealth for weekday appointments for all of our patients who need these services. Our rehab clinics remain open but we are responding for extended hours due to patient needs. To schedule a Telehealth Appointment, please call 904-858-7045 or any of the 12 JOI Rehab Centers. To learn more, please watch this VIDEO.
Don’t run in pain! In The Game recently featured this article to make sure you don’t run in pain:
What Is Runner’s Knee?
Runner’s knee is the broad term that sums up any pain around the kneecap or patella area. Like the name suggests, daily running is the most common culprit, although any sport that puts pressure on the knee joint, such as hiking, biking, or playing soccer, can lead to developing the condition. Pain is caused by strained tendons or the irritation of soft tissues or the lining of the knee.
Symptoms include feeling pain when walking, climbing stairs, squatting, kneeling, sitting down, and running. Runner’s knee may be caused by overuse, trauma to the kneecap, flat feet, weak thigh muscles, inadequate stretching, or arthritis. It is more common in women than men, and overweight individuals are especially prone to the disorder. Typically, your doctor will perform a physical exam and may order X-rays to confirm the diagnosis.
How to Treat Runner’s Knee
Most runner’s knee conditions can be treated without surgery. One method is to practice RICE: rest, ice, compression, and elevation. You should avoid repetitive stress to the area and apply an ice pack for up to 15 minutes once every one to two hours. You can wrap your leg to add support to the knee and elevate your leg to reduce swelling. Taking anti-inflammatory medications is also recommended.
How to Prevent Runner’s Knee
To help prevent runner’s knee, modify your training schedule and activities. Try to run on softer surfaces and avoid running on stairs. Don’t increase weekly mileage by more than 10% each week.
Incorporate certain stretches before running to further prevent runner’s knee. Stretch out your hamstring by placing your left heel on the front leg of a chair, leaning forward from the hips, and holding for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other leg.
For strengthening, you can also try straight-leg lifts: Lie on your back, place your left foot on the ground with the knee bent at a 90-degree angle, slowly raise your right leg about 6 inches off the floor, hold for three seconds, and slowly lower back down. Repeat with the opposite leg.
If you have been running in pain and need to see a Physician, JOI has you covered, even during the COVID-19 crisis. We are here offering In person and virtual visits depending on your preference. To make your appointment call 904-JOI-2000 or click the link below!
JOI Rehab can now scan you for the new ActivArmor Face Masks. Therefore, you can order some of the masks directly from ActivArmor at: activarmor store. The scanning fee is $25. To learn more on Facebook, go to: facebook ActivArmor.
JOI Rehab clinicians have special training and obtain a certification by ActivArmor to safely scan patients for ActivArmor waterproof casts. Also, JOI has other ActivArmor products. Finally, JOI is the only ActivArmor provider in the state of Florida for their products.
To learn more about JOI and ActivArmor, go to ActivArmor.
Please watch this video from First Coast News: FACE Mask
To schedule an appointment for ActivArmor at JOI Rehab, please call 904-JOI-2000.