Florida Spine and Sports Specialists

September 17, 2020

We feel the key to successful treatment depends on obtaining an accurate diagnosis. This begins with a detailed history and physical exam which is augmented with appropriate imaging, electrodiagnostic studies, as well as interventional diagnostic testing to determine the precise pain generator.

Once the source of the pain has been determined a full range of treatments are offered which requires a team approach. Our team consists of fellowship trained physicians, physical therapists, osteopaths and a host of medical specialists who work together to optimize your care.


A fellowship is extra training beyond residency that allows a physician to become truly sub-specialized. Our physicians have fellowships in Interventional Pain Management, Electrodiagnostics, Stem Cell Therapy, Physical Medicine and Rehab & Orthopedic Sports Medicine.


Most sports related injuries in South Florida are occurring sports related injuries from sports including: Pickleball, Tennis, Football, Running, Soccer, Lacrosse, Skiing, Crossfit type training, Biking, Motocross, Rodeo.

Sport may often result in pain or injury to the:
Meniscus/ Cartilage Tears
Rotator Cuff/ Labrum Tears, recent article by Dr. Caldwell
Ligament Injuries

Sports Related Speciality:
Orthopedic Sports Medicine
Adolescent Sports Medicine
Adult Sports Medicine
Arthroscopic Surgery – Advanced Techniques
Post-Operative Pain Control
Minimal Postoperative Opioids
Arthroscopy of the Knee
ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament), recent article by Dr. Caldwell

Sport Related Reconstructive Procedures:
Adolescent ACL
Knee Ligament Reconstruction
Meniscus Repair
Cartilage Repair & Restoration

Arthroscopy of the Shoulder
Rotator Cuff Repair
Labrum Repair
SLAP Lesion Repair

Biceps Tendon Repair
Tennis Elbow

6000 N. Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 Phone: 954-771-2551
Fax: 954-492-3830


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