Knee Surgery

Talk with our orthopedic specialist about treatment options for damaged knees. If pain is interfering with your quality of life, you could be a candidate for one or more of the following: physical therapy; walking aid such as a cane; arthroscopy; knee replacement; or ligament reconstruction.

Hip Replacement Surgery

Return to Everyday Mobility with Hip Replacement

It’s now thought that the age of the patient is less important than his or her overall health and activity level. Patients choose hip replacement if pain has begun to interfere with daily activities. Scientific studies now suggest that those who choose to have surgery before the damage is severe have a better outcome.

Work Related Injuries

History tells us that workers’ compensation has been around since two thousand years B.C., but the one fact that matters to the patient and their employer is when and how they will be able to return to work. The first step is to know a good doctor.

Shoulder Surgery

Restoring Mobility to Shoulders

Your shoulder is the most versatile joint-- in terms of range and direction of movement-- in the whole body. It depends on a complex system of muscles, ligaments, and tendons for stability. Shoulder injuries are all too common, including sprains, dislocations, separations, tendinitis, bursitis, torn rotator cuffs, frozen joints, fractures and arthritis.

Orthopedic Surgeon

The musculoskeletal system is comprised of the bones, muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments the body needs for movement. Treatment may involve traditional surgery, but an orthopedic surgeon may use non-surgical treatments in many cases as well.

Sports Medicine

Far from consulting only with injured athletes, sports med specialists now treat every segment of the population. From overweight kids to over-scheduled parents, high-powered executives to octogenarian marathon runners, fashion models to farmers . . . we have become a nation obsessed with physical fitness-- and the lack thereof.

Platelet Rich Plasma for Joints

Athletes from Stephen Curry to your local high school superstar have utilized PRP for joints and other injuries. No longer is PRP only for the pros for Pembroke Pine locals with our sports medicine clinic offering our own unique form of PRP for joint injuries.

Treating Bone Fractures

If the stress on the bone isn’t severe, a crack (thread-like fissure) may develop instead of a full break. Children are prone to fractures, albeit uncomplicated ones. Bones become more brittle as we age and falls more often result in fractures.

Back and Neck Injury

Some 80% of adults in the United States report that they’ve had low back pain, which is the leading cause of job-related disability and missed work days. In addition, spinal injuries, especially to the neck, are common in sports.

Pain Management

Acute pain, a short-term reaction to injury, is different from chronic pain, which can persist even after the injury has healed. Each type of pain— and each individual patient— requires a measured, thoughtful approach.

Pinning Hip Bones in Place for Faster Recovery

Trigger Finger Treatment

Fortunately there are options for correcting this annoying deformity. If conservative methods fail to release the trigger, surgery is advised.

Hardware Removal

While a fracture is healing, it is often necessary to implant a device to hold the bones in place. After the bones have knit back together, this hardware can be removed if the surgeon decides its original goal has been achieved.

Broken Fibula Treatment

Receiving the proper treatment after a broken fibula is imperative to a full and healthy recovery. Seeking medical attention from a sports medicine doctor right away to get a comprehensive diagnosis, will assure that the treatment of your injury is as targeted and effective as possible.

Hand Fracture Treatment

Hand fractures are frustrating injuries. While they are very common and treatments are highly successful, hand fracture treatments often require a great deal of patience in recovery.

Anterior Hip Replacement

Distal Radius Fracture

The distal is the most commonly broken bone in the arm. This means that treatments are well-tested and proven. At All-Pro, we regularly treat athletes with fractured wrists to get them back to their prime in no-time.

Broken Finger

From catching passes to blocking/guarding the opposition, you are constantly utilizing your hands throughout the course of games and practices. This exposes your fingers to painful bends, jams and breaks. In order to limit the severity of the injured finger, you’ll want to implement immediate actions.

Colles Fracture Treatment

Stem Cell Therapy for Joints

Whether you’re looking forward to or reflecting upon a long and successful playing career, don’t let joint pain dictate your physical performance. There are solutions for aching joints that can not only limit pain but help reclaim joint function.

Knee Pain Treatment with Orthovisc

The Right Treatment For Your Injury

When you factor in the amount of jumping, sprinting and cutting that goes on in any sporting event, even an average sized athlete is still placing a great deal of pressure on his or her knees. This wear and tear can lead to minor knee pain or chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis.

Epidural Injections

Back and neck injuries can be particularly slow to heal. Cortisone injections are administered to help relieve neck pain, back pain, or sciatica. One benefit of cortisone injections are their immediacy. Relief arrives more quickly than with most other therapies.

Migraine Treatment

Back and neck injuries can be particularly slow to heal. Cortisone injections are administered to help relieve neck pain, back pain, or sciatica. One benefit of cortisone injections are their immediacy. Relief arrives more quickly than with most other therapies.

Personal Injury and Workers Comp

People work to provide for their families; however, accidents may result in injuries and threatened livelihoods. The term "work-related pain" refers to pain caused directly by your job (such as an injury at work) or pain that affects your ability to perform your job (for example, if you have rheumatoid arthritis, you might experience flare-ups of pain at times).

Drug Detox

Each year, thousands of Americans seek treatment for drug abuse and addiction, with 2.5 million adults battling opioid addiction. Aside from opioids, other prescription drugs can be habit-forming. The first step towards recovery is drug detox.