Wednesday, May 25, 2022

South Florida’s Medical Experts 2021: Orthopaedic Surgery Associates, Inc

From left:

ERIC SHAPIRO, MD, Sports Medicine – Arthroscopy Surgery and General Orthopaedics

BRANDON LUSKIN, MD, Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery

CHARLTON STUCKEN, MD, Sports Medicine – Arthroscopy and Fracture Surgery

JONATHAN COURTNEY, MD, Total Hip and Knee Reconstructive Surgery

DANIEL BALUCH, MD, Spinal Reconstruction Surgery

RODRIGO BANEGAS, MD, Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery

ELVIS GRANDIC, MD, Total Hip and Knee Reconstructive Surgery


1601 Clint Moore Road, Suite 125, Boca Raton; (561) 395-5733

2828 South Seacrest Blvd., Suites 104 & 204; Boynton Beach; (561) 734-5080

For nearly 40 years, the world-class trained team of physicians at Orthopaedic Surgery Associates have been providing head-to-toe orthopaedic care for teens to seniors, athletes to weekend warriors, patients who have experienced failed surgeries elsewhere and those seeking the latest techniques in minimally invasive procedures.

All physicians are Board Certified and Fellowship trained with specialties including hand, knee, hip, spine and sports medicine. Services include comprehensive evaluation and testing procedures; total knee, hip and shoulder joint replacement, spinal surgery including Kyphoplasty, arthroscopic knee surgery; repair and reconstruction for torn knee ligaments and cartilage; hand and wrist surgery; and a full scope of physical and occupational rehabilitation and pain management ancillary services.

Q. How does the telemedicine appointment option work?

A. Patients can go online or call to schedule a telemedicine video consultation and may be asked to download an app and install it on their phone, tablet or computer. For reference, essential health documents should be handy. Depending upon the case, the patient may be seen for pre-op and post-op visits online or may be advised to visit the office in person if the situation requires.

Q. What are the newest procedures patients are seeking?

A. The minimally invasive spinal procedure, Kyphoplasty, is used to treat back pain from compression fractures, osteoporosis or trauma. It is done under local anesthesia in the office, using the precision C-arm computer navigation device, and allows patients to get back to their active lives within days.

Q. Are all services available at both office locations?

A. With a combined expert physician staff of two orthopaedic sports surgeons, two total joint reconstruction surgeons, two hand surgeons, a spine surgeon, a podiatrist and full onsite x-ray and rehabilitation services, patients can see their desired specialist within a few miles of each other at either OSA’s Boca Raton or Boynton Beach office.

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