18Jul, 2019

500th Outpatient Joint Replacement at our Surgery Center

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Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic is proud & grateful to celebrate another milestone in orthopaedic care. Today marks the 500th outpatient joint replacement at our new surgery center. With a rich history of contemporary joint replacement, our outpatient program is unlike any other in the country. Our joint replacement program, has led to higher quality, lower costs and a streamlined approach to outpatient joint replacement care. It is because of our dedicated team our joint program is second to none in Orlando.  Dr. Jewett’s spirit for innovation, community & excellence is alive and well… […]
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8Jul, 2019

Broken Wrist: Symptoms & Treatment

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What is a distal radius fracture? Most commonly known as a broken wrist, a distal radius fracture occurs when the area of the radius near the wrist breaks. This injury is severely common. In fact, the radius is the most commonly broken bone in the arm. While the break can occur in many different ways, the distal radius fracture almost always occurs one inch from the end of the wrist bone. There are four ways the distal radius can break; Colles fracture, Intra-articular fracture, Extra-articular fracture, Open fracture, and Comminuted […]
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19Jun, 2019

7 Most Common Bone Fractures

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Breaking a bone is an injury that happens to people of all ages. Some types of bone breaks, or fractures, are more common among children. Others occur more among adults or seniors. Also, not all fractures are the same. In fact, there are many types, depending on how the bone breaks. Treatment and recovery time also vary, based on the type of fracture. Here are some of the most common bone fractures, how they happen, and what you can expect during treatment and recovery. 1. Collarbone Fracture The collarbone, or […]
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18Jun, 2019

Downtown Road Closures | Presidential Rally June 18th

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On June 18, due to the presidential campaign event at Amway Center, there will be significant vehicle and pedestrian traffic impacts to downtown. We encourage those who may be traveling in or out of to our downtown clinic on this day to plan for additional travel time in anticipation of these traffic delays. For current road closure information, please visit cityoforlando.net/roadclosure. For more information on the event, please visit amwaycenter.com/TrumpRally.
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11Jun, 2019

What is an Achilles Tendon Rupture?

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Achilles (uh-KILL-eez) tendon rupture is an injury that affects the back of your lower leg. It mainly occurs in people playing recreational sports, but it can happen to anyone. The Achilles tendon is a strong fibrous cord that connects the muscles in the back of your calf to your heel bone. If you overstretch your Achilles tendon, it can tear (rupture) completely or just partially. If your Achilles tendon ruptures, you might hear a pop, followed by an immediate sharp pain in the back of your ankle and lower leg […]
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10Jun, 2019

Why Are My Joints Stiff?

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Stiffness can affect any joint in your body, including your fingers, hands, wrists, knees, and elbows. You may find it more difficult than usual to walk, stand, type, or perform other daily tasks and should seek treatment if your symptoms are ongoing. What is Joint Stiffness? Joint stiffness can occur when it is difficult to move a joint or its range of motion is limited or difficult. It can sometimes occur just after waking up or sitting. In other cases, it can be more severe and be accompanied by pain […]
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20May, 2019

Why Choose Advanced Joint Replacement

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At Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic, we’re committed to offering our patients the most advanced treatment options for improved health outcomes and quality of life. For individuals with arthritic knee and hip problems, we are proud to offer Mako robotic-arm assisted surgery. Benefits of Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery: Custom hip and knee implants individually designed to fit your unique anatomy for a natural, trouble-free fit. Less pain and more accurate implant placement than manual partial knee replacement in a randomized control trial. Mako robotic-arm assisted total hip replacement resulted in higher clinical […]
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13May, 2019

Dr. Matthew Hurbanis & Dr. Randall Rust | New Office Locations

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Beginning June 17, Dr. Matthew Hurbanis, Dr. Randall Rust, & all Jewett providers at our Kissimmee location will transition their practice to other locations within the Jewett Orthopaedic network. We are excited to deliver our patients greater and additional conveniences from our marquee locations.  Our providers’ new practice locations offer a range of new capabilities and resources including onsite physical and occupational therapy, state-of-the-art imaging, durable medical equipment, and walk-in options at our Winter Park & Windermere locations.  Feel free to drop by the office at any time during office hours […]
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10May, 2019

Jewett Orthopaedic Gives Back

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                    Inspired by the example and legacy of Dr. Eugene Jewett, the physicians & staff of Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic are committed to empower our community and change lives throughout Greater Orlando. Today, the Jewett Foundation had that opportunity by supporting Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. With this donation Second Harvest Food Bank will be able to provide over 40,000 meals for struggling families, seniors, kids, and veterans in our community. To Learn more about Second Harvest Food Bank of […]
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16Apr, 2019

Could that arm pain be tennis elbow?

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Tennis elbow can serve up some powerful pain. And while tennis players are the most likely people to suffer this injury, anyone can, because it is the result of repetitive stress to your arm, forearm, wrist and hand. Tennis elbow also occurs in every age group but is more likely to occur among people in their 30s and 40s. What is tennis elbow? It’s a medical condition known as lateral epicondylitis. It results when overuse and repetitive stress causes inflammation and tiny tears in the forearm tendons. How can you […]
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