Dr. Konsens is a specialist in reconstructive surgery of the knee and sports medicine. A former college track star, his clients have included the Orlando Magic, UCF and Rollins College.
Dr. Jablonski specializes in Arthroscopic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Knee and Shoulder and Sports Medicine. "We're so sub-specialized that we're up-to-date on the new technologies."
Dr. Beckner specializes in spine surgery. He first visited Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic in high school as a patient. He remembered the experience years later and knew it was the type of group he'd like to work with.
Dr. Brown specializes in Hand Surgery. "I get to see people who came in with a problem go home happier and more able to enjoy their lives."
Dr. Shure specializes in hand surgery and counts Magic players among his patients. From high-paid, elite athletes to weekend warriors, Dr. Shure treats all of his patients like superstars.
Dr. Mintzer is the head physician for the Orlando Magic. Treating everyone from elite athletes to weekend warriors, he focuses exclusively on shoulders and knees -- the most commonly injured joints for athletes.
Dr. Morris specializes in hip and knee arthritis surgery, sports medicine and arthroscopy of the knee and shoulder. He says seeing the difference he's made in patients' lives is always the highlight of his day.
Dr. Zittel specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation. She treats patients for non-surgical orthopaedic problems, such as sprains and pinched nerves. Find out why she believes in a holistic approach to patient care.
Dr. Choung specializes in foot and ankle surgery. "All I see all day long and all I operate on are feet and ankles."
Dr. Barnard has always loved a challenge, which is one of the reasons he chose to focus on one of the most complex parts of the human body -- the hand.
Step inside the operating with Dr. Kenneth Krumins for a meniscus repair surgery. It's one of the most common knee injuries, but diagnosing it can be tricky. See how Dr. Krumins diagnoses, treats and helps patients rehab from this procedure.
Sports can be a lifelong process of growth and excitement, but injuries are common to all sports, which can take a person right out of the game. Get our tips for minimizing the chances of an accident and learn how to stay healthy and active for life.
For more than 75 years, Central Florida families have had their breaks, sprains and strains treated by the Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic. With our new walk-in clinic in St. Cloud, see how now it's more convenient than ever to go where the pros go.
Stretching is an important part of any workout or rehabilitation program. Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic physical therapist Tiffany Wasson, DPT, explains the different kinds of stretches you should be doing and the best times to do them.
Admit it -- you may be just a little bit past your athletic prime. Orthopaedic surgeon Mary Lynn Brown, M.D., offers tips for helping you to refocus your fitness identity.
Jewett is honored to serve as the team physicians for a host of professional, collegiate and high school teams. See how we've been taking care of highly trained athletes and weekend warriors like you for more than 75 years.
Kevin Lang is a 52-year-old adventure-loving deputy sheriff, but a 30-year-old knee injury threatened to sideline him once and for all -- until he came to Jewett. Less than two months later, he's back on the hiking trails. Find out how.
Angelo and Brian Coduto are active athletes and when they both suddenly found themselves with serious knee injuries, the father and son knew there was only one place they wanted to seek treatment: Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic.
Ken Mitchell is a former NFL player and a family man who's always been very active. He's the kind of guy who likes to climb mountains. But his knees began to let him down.
Did you know lower back pain is one of leading causes of physical limitations? The good news is there are some easy ways to kep it from happening to you.
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