Orthopedists in Sun City Center, Florida
At the Center for Joint and Spine Care at South Bay Hospital, we help patients who are experiencing joint pain, arthritis, back pain, injury and more. We offer treatments that relieve patient pain, promote recovery and help patients resume their daily activities.
For a referral to one of our orthopedic specialists, please call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (888) 685-1595.
Our Center for Joint and Spine Care
Our Center for Joint and Spine Care offers a relaxed environment to promote patient healing in South County, Florida. Some of the amenities include flat-screen televisions and private, newly remodeled patient rooms.
Our multidisciplinary orthopedic team members work together to provide patients comprehensive care. Our orthopedic team includes:
- Occupational therapists
- Orthopedic certified nurses
- Orthopedic surgeons
- Physical therapists
We offer a wide range of orthopedic treatments, and we've been certified in total hip and knee replacement by The Joint Commission. Some of the orthopedic treatments include:
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Carpal tunnel syndrome repair
- Cervical fusion
- Fracture repair
- Joint replacement surgery, such as:
- Anterior approach hip replacement
- Hip resurfacing
- Partial knee resurfacing
- Total hip replacement
- Total knee replacement
- Lumbar fusion
- Small bone and joint repair
- Tendon and nerve repair
Preoperative joint replacement surgery class
We offer a monthly preoperative class for patients undergoing joint replacement surgery. Participants learn more about their upcoming hip and knee replacement procedures. This class gives patients the opportunity to discuss their surgical concerns with licensed clinicians.
To find out when our next preoperative joint replacement class is offered, call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (888) 685-1595.
Hip replacement surgery: anterior approach
We now offer a minimally invasive alternative to traditional hip replacement surgery. The anterior approach hip replacement allows the surgeon to replace the hip joint without detaching any muscles or tendons from the bone.
Compared to conventional surgery, this minimally invasive procedure offers patients benefits such as:
- Faster recovery and rehabilitation
- Less pain
- Less risk of dislocation
- Shorter hospital stay
- Smaller incisions