St. Johns County

April 24, 2018

We have exciting news! Southeast Orthopedic Specialists is happy to announce the opening of our new 210 Satellite location! We will be located on the 2nd floor of St. Vincent’s Urgent Care in St. Johns, Florida. The address is: 2001...

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How to Care for a Sprained Ankle

March 27, 2018

If you get a sprained ankle, immediate treatment is needed. It’s important to treat the sprain correctly, as not following the right treatment protocol may result in delayed healing, or even further injury. Tips to Care For A Sprained Ankle...

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Maintaining a Healthy Spine Through Good Foods

January 22, 2018

Maintaining a healthy spine can prevent back pain and uncomfortable chronic conditions. One of the ways that you can maintain a healthy spine is by eating the right foods. Knowing which foods to eat can help you keep up a...

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3 Sprained Ankle Types: Here’s How to Tell Them Apart

July 27, 2017

Ankle sprains are common injuries among people of all ages, but that doesn’t mean every sprain is the same. In fact, there are three primary types of sprains. During your initial evaluation, your orthopedic doctor will perform a careful evaluation...

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When To Use Cold Therapy

May 30, 2017

For many types of injuries, doctors will tell you to either use heat therapy, cold therapy or a combination of the two. It can become very confusing when you are trying to remember which is the best option based on...

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Childhood Scoliosis Symptoms & Warning Signs

March 16, 2017

When an individual has unnatural curving and rotating of the spinal column, he or she has a spinal deformity that is referred to as scoliosis. According to the National Scoliosis Foundation, approximately 7 million people in the United States have...

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Swimmer Injuries: Tips for Preventing Torn Rotator Cuffs

March 14, 2017

The shoulder is a very mobile joint and needs to be controlled by the ligaments and muscles that surround the joint. Poor stroke technique, previous shoulder injury, over-training and weakness can lead both to being overworked. If this continues, injuries...

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