The Orthopedic Clinic Daytona Beach FL The Orthopedic Clinic Daytona Beach FL

Live your life in full motion.

Get back to the life you love with high-quality, individualized orthopedic care.

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Your recovery begins and ends with The Orthopedic Clinic.

Our purpose is reinvigorating the day-to-day life of passionate people like you.

At The Orthopedic Clinic, we pride ourselves on providing the best care possible to our patients. We believe in treating the individual patient, not just their injury. Since our beginning in the Daytona Beach community in 1961, our goal has been to help our patients live their life in full motion through trusted, respectful, and cutting-edge orthopedic care.

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Meet Our Physicians

At the Orthopedic Clinic, our physicians are what sets our practice apart. They are expert orthopedic surgeons and pain management physicians who truly care that every patient that comes through our doors is treated with respect and is given the best quality care possible.

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How can we help you?

Our accomplished orthopedic surgeons specialize in treating injuries and trauma to the hip, knee, spine, shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, foot, and ankle. We also offer high-quality total joint replacement, fracture care, sports medicine, physical therapy, and digital imaging services at all four convenient locations.

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