Top Orthopaedic Team
Physicians from within Florida Hospital Celebration Health and the surrounding community have joined together to create a leading orthopaedic team. This highly trained group of doctors, nurses, surgical teams, radiologists and licensed therapists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the musculoskeletal (our movement) system.
These types of injuries require a carefully planned, multidisciplinary approach to get you back to full recovery. Based on the nature of your particular injury, your treatment plan may include surgery, physical therapy and rehabilitation.
Florida Hospital Orthopaedic Institute:
- “Top 10” hospital ranking for knees and hips by AARP Magazine.
- Florida Hospital continues to be recognized as one of the top orthopaedic programs by US News & World Report
- First to perform total knee replacement and arthroscopic surgery in the state.
On the Forefront of Robotic Surgery
Successful orthopaedic surgery requires planning and precision. And when you need it, you want assurances that you won’t be out of commission for an extended time. With this in mind, Celebration Health uses the Mazor Robotic Renaissance™ system for spine surgeries, the only adult hospital in Central Florida with this advanced technology, and MAKO RIO® Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopedic System technology for hip and knee implants.
These cutting-edge robotic technologies enable your orthopaedic surgeon to perform exceptionally precise surgeries. These systems have proven to provide fewer complications, less pain, shorter stays and faster recoveries than traditional techniques.
More and more people are taking up or continuing their active lifestyles, a trend we love to see at Celebration Health. And whether you’re a “weekend warrior” or professional athlete who gets an injury, we can get you quickly back to your pain-free, healthy and active life.
Plus, we have a long track record for providing medical care to many Central Florida sports organizations. Our advanced care is highly regarded for its minimal incisions and techniques that greatly reduce your recovery time and blood loss. Read more at Florida Hospital Sports Medicine.