2828 S. Seacrest Blvd. Suite 104/204
Boynton Beach, FL, 33435​

1601 Clint Moore Road Suite 125
Boca Raton, FL 33487​

2828 S. Seacrest Blvd. Suite 104/204
Boynton Beach, FL, 33435​

1601 Clint Moore Road Suite 125
Boca Raton, FL 33487​

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OSA adds another Joint Reconstruction Surgeon to its Team!

Orthopaedic Surgery Associates, Inc. (“OSA”) is pleased to announce the hiring of joint reconstruction orthopaedic surgeon Jonathan B. Courtney, MD to its prestigious orthopaedic group in South Florida. Dr. Courtney joins Elvis Grandic, MD to create a formidable total joint team in Palm Beach County. Dr. Courtney is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who is fellowship …

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Bone Health: Why You Should Cut Back on Alcohol This Holiday Season

It’s a well-documented fact that alcohol does more harm than good to your body. It raises your risk of accidents, sickness, liver damage, and alcohol dependency.  What’s not widely known, however, is the effects of alcohol on bone health. But according to the National Institutes of Health, people who recover from alcoholism often develop osteoporosis; …

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Answers to Common Arthroscopic Ankle Surgery Questions

The term “scoping the ankle” or “scope a joint” applies to an arthroscopic ankle surgery or arthroscopy. It is a procedure where surgeons use advanced technology, such as a scoping camera, to facilitate the repair or removal of a damaged joint.  Here are the answers to some of the most common questions about this procedure. …

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Stress Fractures: Why You Should Pace Your Training

Too much of something never ends well, and this applies to everything, including one’s health and lifestyle choices. Playing sports is an effective way to lead a healthy lifestyle and prevent the development of lifestyle diseases such as obesity, hypertension, and type 2 diabetes. However, experts in sports medicine in Boca Raton warn that not …

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Negative Effects of Poor Posture: Why You Should Keep Your Posture in Check

Your posture refers to the way you carry your body, including the position of your arms and legs. Having a good posture is not only aesthetically pleasing; it also helps keep your bones and muscles in proper alignment. Whether it’s because of slouching on a couch, bending down to type on the computer, or looking …

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Common Fractures in Sports: First Aid Treatment

A fracture is a break or crack in the bone. It is usually caused by trauma, osteoporosis, and overuse. Fractures caused by overuse or repetitive motion are known as stress fractures and are common in athletes. Types of Fractures There are two main classifications of fractures: compound (open) and simple (closed). A fracture is considered …

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