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Patient Appreciation Golf & Bingo Outing – Tons of FUN!!!

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Needless to say, our Patient Appreciation Golf Outing was a FUN day for everyone. New friends were made and old ones rekindled. The event ended around 4:30pm as we all started saying our goodbyes. I myself cannot wait until the next event. If you were not able to join us for all this fun, please make sure to come out the next time around. Last but certainly not least at all, THANK YOU!!! to everyone of our patients and staff for making our event a huge success! Until next time, much happiness and good health to you all!

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Are There Any Orthopedic Patients That I Could Talk To?

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Many patients that are having or are thinking about undergoing an orthopedic treatment often ask about patients that have undergone similar treatments and if they could speak to anyone. We are going to answer this question here on our blog:

Are There Any Orthopedic Patients That I Could Talk To?
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Happy Birthday Dr. Amundaray and Dr. Hayter!

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This is a very special week at The Florida Knee and Orthopedic Centers as we are Celebrating Dr. Amundaray AND Dr. Hayter’s Birthdays!
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What is the Recovery Time After a Total Knee Replacement?

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Many patients that are having or are thinking about undergoing a Total Knee Replacement often ask about recovery times after these surgery and when they can get back to enjoying the activities they love. We are going to answer this question here on our blog:

What is the recovery time after a Total Knee Replacement?
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Will I be Able to Golf After my Partial Knee Replacement?

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Golf after Partial Knee Replacement

Many patients that are having or are thinking about undergoing a Partial Knee Replacement often ask,

“Will I still be able to play golf after my Partial Knee Replacement?”

And we would like to answer that question…
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What Tests Check for Osteoarthritis?

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Did you know that osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and is also known as degenerative joint disease? This is the “wear and tear” of your joints. Osteoarthritis affects almost everybody in some manner as they grow older.

“So what tests should I have done to check for osteoarthritis?”

Usually, a doctor would be able to tell if a patient has osteoarthritis from a physical exam and a look into the patient’s history. Stiff, achy joints are common signs of osteoarthritis. Your orthopedic doctor could order the following tests to confirm an osteoarthritis diagnosis:
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How Many Joint Replacements do we Perform in a Year?

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This is a common question asked by patients seeking any kind of treatment within all practices, and we’ve decided to answer it for FKOC.

Question: How many Joint Replacements Does FKOC perform in a Year
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Patient Appreciation Golf Outing – Tons of FUN!!!

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Needless to say, our Patient Appreciation Golf Outing was a FUN day for everyone. New friends were made and old ones rekindled. The event ended around 2:30pm as we all started saying our goodbyes. I myself cannot wait until the next event. If you were not able to join us for all this fun, please make sure to come out the next time around. Last but certainly not least at all, THANK YOU!!! to everyone of our patients and staff for making our event a huge success! Until next time, much happiness and good health to you all!

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Patient Appreciation Day

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Thank you to everyone of you that came out to our Patient Appreciation Day in the Park. The weather could not have been more perfect for our event. The food was fabulous and a great time of visiting was had by all. The doctors and staff loved seeing all of you out there sharing stories. If you were not able to attend please make sure that you do not miss the next event. We will be planning our next outing soon and hope everyone will be able to come and join in the fun.

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Meningitis Outbreak – FKOC Patients, Do Not Worry

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To Our Patients – Do Not Worry,

The Florida Knee and Orthopedic Centers are aware of the meningitis outbreak which reportedly appears to be associated with injections of steroids into the spinal column using medication supplied by New England Compounding Company (NECC). These types of injections are typically used to relieve pain.

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