Spine and Orthopedic Surgery

What Sets Us Apart from Other Spine and Orthopedic Surgery Centers?

With over 40 years of combined ambulatory experience, our management team is dedicated to providing the highest-quality care at our Spine and Orthopedic Surgery Center. If you’re in search of a top-notch surgery center for spine and orthopedic surgeries, your search ends here. We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional results and ensuring the utmost patient satisfaction. Trust us with your spine and orthopedic needs, and experience the excellence we offer.

Cutting-Edge Technology for Spine and Orthopedic Surgery

Our facility is equipped with cutting-edge technology to support our surgical procedures. Some of the advanced equipment we house includes:

  • Zeiss Microscope: A high-quality microscope that provides enhanced visualization during delicate surgical procedures.
  • GE OEC 9900 C-Arm: A state-of-the-art imaging system used for real-time imaging during orthopedic and other surgical procedures.
  • Arthrex Arthroscopy Machine: An advanced device used for arthroscopic procedures, allowing for precise visualization and treatment.

At South Florida Same Day Surgery Center, our commitment to exceptional care and state-of-the-art technology ensures optimal surgical outcomes. We invite you to place your trust in us and entrust your patients to our care. Rest assured that when your patients choose our facility for their spine and orthopedic surgery procedures, they will receive the highest level of care in a cutting-edge and patient-centric environment. Our dedicated team is here to provide personalized attention, utilizing advanced technology to deliver the best possible outcomes. Choose South Florida Same Day Surgery Center for unparalleled care and peace of mind knowing that your patients are in the hands of experts.

Spine & Orthopedic Surgery and Procedures in Pompano Beach

At South Florida Same Day Surgery Center, our highly skilled and experienced team specializes in a wide range of spine and orthopedic surgical procedures. We are committed to providing the highest level of care and delivering exceptional results. Our specialties include:

Knee Surgery at Orthopedic Surgery Center in Pompano Beach

Knee Arthroscopy: Knee Arthroscopy, a minimally invasive knee surgery that enables the diagnosis and treatment of various conditions. Through small incisions, they access the knee joint and utilize a tiny camera (arthroscope) to visualize and address issues such as meniscus tears, cartilage damage, and ligament injuries. Arthroscopic knee surgery provides the advantages of smaller incisions, reduced scarring, and faster recovery times.

Partial Meniscectomy: A partial meniscectomy addresses meniscus tears by precisely removing the damaged portion of the meniscus, which is the C-shaped cartilage that acts as a shock absorber in the knee joint. Through this procedure, our surgeons aim to alleviate pain, restore knee function, and promote healing.

ACL Reconstruction: Athletes and individuals participating in high-impact activities often experience ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injuries. To address this, our outpatient ACL reconstruction surgery replaces the torn ACL with a graft, typically obtained from the patient’s tissue or a donor. Through ACL reconstruction, we restore knee stability, improve joint function, and enable a safe return to physical activities.

Knee Injections: We offer various outpatient knee injections to alleviate pain and promote healing. These include corticosteroid injections to reduce inflammation and relieve symptoms of conditions like arthritis. In addition, viscosupplementation injections will lubricate and cushion the knee joint in cases of osteoarthritis. Our skilled healthcare professionals administer knee injections with precision and care, aiming to provide effective pain relief and improved knee function.

Hand & Wrist Surgery at Surgery Center in Pompano Beach

  • Arthrodesis: Arthrodesis is a surgical procedure that involves the fusion of two or more joints in the hand. It is typically performed to stabilize and alleviate pain in cases of severe joint damage or deformity. The procedure involves removing the cartilage from the affected joint surfaces and then fixing them together using screws, plates, or other fixation devices. The fusion eliminates the movement in the joint, but it can provide pain relief and improve hand function.
  • Arthroscopy: Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique used to diagnose and treat various joint conditions in the hand. It involves making small incisions and inserting a thin, flexible instrument called an arthroscope into the joint. The arthroscope has a camera attached to it, allowing the surgeon to visualize the joint structures on a monitor. Through additional small incisions, specialized instruments can be inserted to repair or remove damaged tissue, repair ligaments, or address other joint-related problems. Arthroscopy offers the advantages of smaller incisions, faster recovery, and reduced postoperative pain compared to open surgery.
  • Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel: Endoscopic carpal tunnel release is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. It involves making a small incision in the wrist and inserting an endoscope, a thin tube with a camera, into the carpal tunnel. The surgeon then cuts the transverse carpal ligament, which releases pressure on the median nerve and relieves the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. This technique usually results in less postoperative pain and faster recovery compared to traditional open surgery.
  • Fasciotomy: Fasciotomy is a surgical procedure performed to relieve compartment syndrome, a condition characterized by increased pressure within a muscle compartment in the hand or forearm. During the procedure, the surgeon makes incisions in the fascia, which are the tough bands of tissue that surround the affected muscles. By releasing the tight fascia, the pressure within the compartment is reduced, allowing for improved blood flow and preventing tissue damage. Fasciotomy is typically performed as an emergency procedure to prevent irreversible tissue damage and restore normal function.
  • Fingertip injuries: Fingertip injuries refer to injuries that involve the soft tissues, bones, and/or nails at the ends of the fingers. These injuries can include cuts, crush injuries, amputations, or fractures of the fingertips. Treatment depends on the severity and type of injury but may involve wound cleaning, repair of soft tissue or bone, nail bed repair, and reconstruction of the fingertip. The goal is to restore normal function, sensation, and aesthetics while preserving as much length and sensitivity as possible.
  • Major & digital nerve repair: Major and digital nerve repair refers to surgical procedures performed to repair damaged or severed nerves in the hand. These injuries can occur due to trauma, lacerations, or other conditions. The procedure involves carefully identifying and reconnecting the damaged nerve ends using microsurgical techniques. This allows for the restoration of nerve function, sensation, and movement in the affected hand or finger. Nerve repair may also involve nerve grafts, where a segment of nerve is taken from another part of the body to bridge the gap between the severed nerve ends.

Hand & Wrist Surgery at Surgery Center in Pompano Beach

  • Nerve Grafts: Nerve grafts are surgical procedures used to repair nerve gaps or injuries where the damaged nerve ends cannot be directly reconnected. During the procedure, a segment of nerve is taken from another part of the body, often from a less critical sensory nerve, and used as a graft to bridge the gap between the severed nerve ends. This allows for the regrowth of nerve fibers and restoration of function and sensation in the affected area.
  • Peripheral nerve and brachial plexus surgery: Peripheral nerve and brachial plexus surgery involve the treatment of injuries or disorders affecting the peripheral nerves that control movement and sensation in the hand and arm. This type of surgery can address conditions such as nerve compression, nerve tumors, nerve entrapment, or brachial plexus injuries. The specific procedure will depend on the nature and location of the nerve problem and may involve nerve decompression, nerve repair or grafting, nerve transfers, or other techniques aimed at restoring nerve function and improving hand and arm mobility.
  • Synovectomy: Synovectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove inflamed or diseased synovial tissue from the joints. In the hand, it is often performed in cases of rheumatoid arthritis or other inflammatory conditions that cause synovitis and joint damage. The procedure involves making small incisions and using specialized instruments to remove the synovial tissue from the affected joint. Synovectomy aims to reduce pain, swelling, and joint deformity and preserve joint function.
  • Tendon balancing: Tendon balancing is a surgical technique used to correct tendon imbalances or abnormalities in the hand. Imbalances can result from conditions such as tendon ruptures, tendon adhesions, or tendon contractures. The procedure involves lengthening or releasing tight tendons and repairing or reconstructing damaged tendons to restore balance and proper functioning of the hand. Tendon balancing helps improve hand movement, grip strength, and overall hand function.
  • Thumb reconstruction: Thumb reconstruction refers to surgical procedures performed to restore function and aesthetics to the thumb, which is crucial for hand dexterity. Reconstruction may be necessary in cases of thumb amputation, severe thumb injuries, or thumb deformities. The specific technique used will depend on the extent of the problem but may involve tendon or muscle transfers, bone grafts, joint reconstruction, or microvascular techniques to restore blood flow and sensation. Thumb reconstruction aims to provide a functional and cosmetically pleasing thumb, allowing for improved hand function.
  • Hand surgery for trauma: Hand surgery for trauma encompasses a wide range of procedures performed to repair and reconstruct the hand following traumatic injuries. Trauma can include fractures, dislocations, tendon and nerve injuries, lacerations, crush injuries, or amputations. Treatment options depend on the specific injury but may involve fracture fixation, tendon or nerve repair, soft tissue reconstruction, replantation of amputated parts, or other techniques aimed at restoring hand function, sensation, and aesthetics. The goal is to promote optimal healing, regain hand strength and mobility, and improve overall hand function after traumatic injuries.

Spine Surgery in Pompano Beach

  • Anterior Cervical Fusion: Advanced fusion procedures for the cervical spine to alleviate pain and improve spinal stability.
  • Automated Percutaneous Discectomy: Innovative minimally invasive technique for removing herniated disc material, relieving nerve compression and associated symptoms.
  • Cervical Discectomy: Surgical removal of herniated disc material in the cervical spine to alleviate nerve compression and neck pain.
  • Foraminotomy: Surgical procedure to relieve nerve compression by enlarging the neural foramen in the spine, alleviating pain and promoting improved nerve function.
  • Implantation of Spinal Cord Stimulator: Advanced technique involving the implantation of a spinal cord stimulator device to manage chronic pain and improve quality of life.
  • Laminectomy: Surgical removal of a portion of the vertebral bone (lamina) to relieve pressure on the spinal cord or nerves, addressing conditions such as spinal stenosis or herniated discs.
  • Lumbar Fusion: Surgical fusion of the lumbar spine segments to stabilize the spine, alleviate pain, and improve spinal function.
  • Lumbar Laminectomy: Surgical removal of a portion of the vertebral bone (lamina) in the lumbar spine to relieve pressure on the spinal cord or nerves, addressing conditions such as spinal stenosis or herniated discs.
  • Myelogram: Diagnostic imaging procedure involving the injection of contrast dye into the spinal canal to visualize the spinal cord and nerve roots, aiding in the diagnosis of spinal conditions.

Podiatry Surgery in Pompano Beach

  • Amputations: Amputations in podiatry refer to the surgical removal of all or part of a toe, foot, or lower limb. This procedure is typically performed to address severe injury, infection, or conditions such as gangrene or tumors. Amputations aim to relieve pain, prevent further complications, and improve overall mobility and quality of life.
  • Arthroplasty: Arthroplasty is a surgical procedure that involves the reconstruction or replacement of a joint in the foot. It is commonly performed to address conditions such as arthritis, joint deformities, or severe joint damage. The procedure aims to reduce pain, improve joint function, and enhance mobility by either removing and reshaping damaged joint surfaces or replacing the joint with prosthetic components.
  • Bunionectomy: Bunionectomy is a surgical procedure performed to correct a bunion, a bony bump that forms at the base of the big toe. The procedure involves removing the bony prominence, realigning the affected joint, and addressing any soft tissue abnormalities. Bunionectomy aims to relieve pain, improve foot function, and correct deformity caused by the bunion.
  • Endoscopic plantar fasciotomy: Endoscopic plantar fasciotomy is a minimally invasive surgical technique used to treat plantar fasciitis, a condition characterized by inflammation and pain in the plantar fascia of the foot. During the procedure, a small incision is made, and an endoscope is inserted to visualize and release the tight or inflamed plantar fascia. This technique aims to alleviate pain and improve mobility by reducing tension on the plantar fascia.
  • Excision neuroma: Excision neuroma, also known as neuroma resection, involves the surgical removal of a neuroma, which is a benign growth or thickening of nerve tissue, typically found between the toes. The procedure aims to alleviate pain, tingling, or numbness caused by the neuroma. It involves identifying and removing the affected nerve or excising the neuroma and its surrounding tissue.
  • Exostectomy: Exostectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove a bony prominence or overgrowth, commonly known as a bone spur, on the foot. These bony prominences can cause pain, pressure, or irritation. Exostectomy aims to alleviate symptoms by surgically excising the bony prominence and restoring proper foot function.
  • Ganglion excursion: Ganglion excision is a surgical procedure used to remove a ganglion cyst, a fluid-filled lump that commonly forms near joints, tendons, or ligaments in the foot. The procedure involves making an incision, identifying and removing the cyst, and addressing any underlying issues that may have contributed to its formation. Ganglion excision aims to relieve pain, discomfort, and potential restrictions in movement caused by the cyst.
  • Hardware removal of foot: Hardware removal of the foot refers to the surgical procedure of removing previously implanted hardware, such as screws, plates, or wires, that were used to stabilize fractured bones or aid in foot reconstruction. This procedure is typically performed once the bones have healed or when the hardware is causing discomfort or complications. Hardware removal aims to improve comfort, alleviate pain, and restore normal foot function.
  • Foot ligament and tendon repair: Ligament and tendon repair of the foot involves surgical techniques to repair or reconstruct damaged ligaments or tendons in the foot. These injuries can occur due to trauma, overuse, or chronic conditions. The procedure aims to restore stability, improve foot function, and alleviate pain by repairing or reconstructing the damaged ligaments or tendons.
  • Open reduction internal fixation fractures: Open reduction internal fixation is a surgical procedure used to treat fractures in the foot. It involves making an incision to access the fractured bone, realigning the bone fragments, and using internal fixation devices such as screws, plates, or rods to stabilize the bone during the healing process. ORIF aims to restore proper alignment, promote bone healing, and enable functional recovery of the foot.
  • Ostectomy: Ostectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove a portion of bone in the foot. It is commonly used to address conditions such as bony prominences, deformities, or bone spurs that cause pain or restrict movement. The procedure involves excising the affected portion of bone and reshaping the remaining bone to restore normal foot function.
  • Tarsal tunnel release: Tarsal tunnel release is a surgical procedure that involves decompressing the tarsal tunnel, a space in the ankle where the posterior tibial nerve passes through. It is performed to relieve symptoms of tarsal tunnel syndrome, such as pain, numbness, or tingling in the foot. The procedure aims to release pressure on the nerve by dividing or removing any structures that may be compressing it.
  • Tenotomy: Tenotomy is a surgical procedure that involves the partial or complete division of a tendon in the foot. It is performed to treat conditions such as tendon contractures, deformities, or chronic tendonitis. The procedure aims to release tension in the tendon, improve foot function, and restore range of motion by cutting or lengthening the affected tendon.

Additional Orthopedic Surgery in in Pompano Beach:

  • Amputations & Disarticulations: Expert surgical techniques for amputation and disarticulation procedures, ensuring optimal outcomes and enhanced mobility.
  • Application of Casts: Skillful application of casts for fractures and orthopedic conditions, promoting proper healing and support.
  • Arthrocentesis: Precise and minimally invasive joint aspiration technique to diagnose and treat joint conditions.
  • Arthrodesis of Joints: Surgical fusion of joints to stabilize and alleviate pain in cases of severe joint damage or deformity.
  • Arthroscopy of Joints: Minimally invasive joint exploration and treatment using specialized arthroscopic techniques for accurate diagnosis and targeted interventions.
  • Arthrotomy of Joints: Surgical procedure involving the opening of a joint to repair or remove damaged tissue, addressing various joint conditions.
  • Bone Graft: Expert application of bone grafts to facilitate bone healing, fusion, and reconstruction in various orthopedic procedures.

Orthopedic Surgery in in Pompano Beach

  • Closed Reduction, Fractures & Dislocations, Upper/Lower Extremity: Precise and skillful non-surgical reduction of fractures and dislocations in the upper and lower extremities.
  • Epidural Steroid Injections: Pain management technique involving the precise delivery of steroid medication into the epidural space for relief from spinal nerve inflammation and associated pain.
  • Excision Tumors of Extremities & Back: Surgical removal of tumors and abnormal growths affecting the extremities and back, ensuring comprehensive treatment and improved function.
  • External Fixation Fractures, Upper/Lower Extremity: The application of external fixation devices to stabilize and promote healing of complex fractures in the upper and lower extremities.
  • Free Skin Graft: Expert grafting techniques for the reconstruction of skin defects, restoring aesthetics and function.
  • Incision & Drainage of Abscess: Surgical procedure to open and drain abscesses or localized infections, promoting healing and preventing complications.
  • Internal Fixation Fractures, Upper/Lower Extremity: Precise surgical fixation of fractures in the upper and lower extremities using internal devices such as plates, screws, or nails.
  • Open Biopsy of Bone & Soft Tissue: Surgical procedure for obtaining tissue samples from bones or soft tissues for accurate diagnosis of tumors or other pathological conditions.
  • Open Reduction, Fractures & Dislocations, Upper/Lower Extremity: Precise surgical reduction of fractures and dislocations in the upper and lower extremities, restoring normal anatomical alignment and function.
  • Percutaneous Chemolytic Discectomy: Minimally invasive technique using chemical agents to dissolve herniated disc material and relieve nerve compression.
  • Radio Frequency Ablation: Minimally invasive procedure that uses heat generated by radiofrequency energy to destroy nerve tissue responsible for pain signals, providing long-lasting pain relief.
  • Reconstruction of the Feet: Surgical reconstruction procedures to address foot deformities, injuries, or conditions affecting mobility and function.
  • Reconstruction of Muscle, Tendon & Nerve: Surgical reconstruction procedures to repair and restore damaged muscle, tendon, and nerve structures, promoting optimal function and movement.
  • Removal of Foreign Body: Surgical removal of foreign objects embedded in soft tissues or bones, ensuring the elimination of potential complications and promoting healing.
  • Removal of Hardware: Surgical removal of internal fixation devices such as plates, screws, or rods that were previously used for fracture stabilization or spinal fusion procedures.
  • Repair of Lacerations: Skillful repair and closure of lacerations or cuts, ensuring optimal wound healing and minimizing scarring.

Orthopedic Surgery in in Pompano Beach

  • Repair Tendon, Muscle & Nerve: Surgical repair and reconstruction procedures for damaged tendons, muscles, and nerves, restoring strength, function, and sensation.
  • Revision of Total Joint Replacement: Surgical procedure involving the replacement or modification of a previously implanted joint prosthesis to address complications, wear, or loosening.
  • Total Joint Replacement: Advanced joint replacement procedures, including hip, knee, and shoulder replacements, to relieve pain and improve joint function and mobility.
  • Knee Surgical Procedures

Surgeons – Choose SoFlo Same Day for Spine and Orthopedic Surgery Center in Pompano Beach

SoFlo Same Day Surgery Center has implemented various measures to ensure South Florida’s healthcare patient safety. This includes following strict infection control protocols and providing a comfortable and welcoming environment for patients. Furthermore, the center is constantly looking for ways to improve its services and enhance the patient experience. With a team of dedicated and skilled professionals, patients can expect to receive personalized care that meets their unique needs. The center also prides itself on offering a wide range of surgical procedures, from routine to complex, to cater to different patients’ needs. Overall, South Florida’s premier same day ambulatory surgery center is committed to providing the highest quality healthcare services to its patients.

South Florida Same Day Surgery Center serves Pompano Beach and South Florida, offering state-of-the-art ambulatory outpatient surgical services. Therefore, if you are a surgeon considering a move to an ASC, evaluate the specific needs of your practice and patients. South Florida Same Day Surgery Center is a state-of-the-art facility with specialized staff and lower costs. Visit our new office located in Pompano Beach, Florida, and join our outpatient center. We are actively searching for new surgeons. So, start scheduling your surgeries with South Florida Same Day Today. Call (954) 532-1160 to speak with one of their skilled administrators.

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