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Treating Fractures of the Legs, Arms, & Shoulders

According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the most commonly-broken long bone in the body is the tibia, or shin bone. It is followed by the clavicle (shoulder) and the radius (forearm). These long bones are both vital to normal, everyday function and vulnerable to traumatic impact or overuse.

Poor healing or less experienced care may result in uneven limbs. For less active individuals, this is not an issue; however, for high-performance athletes or active people, even limbs are crucial to coordination and optimum mobility. That’s why our office offers comprehensive treatments, including non-surgical and surgical solutions combined with innovative therapies.

Why Our Orthopaedics Team

At Tenet Florida Physician Services, our orthopaedic specialists have experience treating active individuals in the highest levels of performance. Some of our surgeons served as the team physician for professional sports teams, or treated soldiers. We have helped hundreds of patients regain mobility and strength in demanding circumstances.

Contact Tenet Florida Physician Services today for information about our procedures!

Our Leg, Arm, Shoulder Fractures Specialists Providing Care for You

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    Alejandro Posada,



    Orthopaedic Surgery


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    Areas of Interest:

    • Ankle & Foot
    • Arthroscopic ACL (Knee) Reconstruction
    • Arthroscopic Ligament & Capsule Repair
    • Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
    • Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
    • Combined Ligamentous Injuries
    • Elbow Reconstruction
    • Knee & Lower Leg
    • Ligament Repair and Reconstruction
    • Meniscal Surgery/Meniscus Repair
    • Non-Surgical Treatment
    • Partial Knee Replacement
    • Shoulder / Elbow
    • Sports Medicine
    • Total Knee Replacement
    • Total Shoulder Replacement
    • Trauma & Fracture
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How You Can Benefit from Fracture Treatment

  • Comprehensive treatment solutions
  • Restore stability and strength of limb
  • Prevent deformities or impaired movement
  • Maintain consistent limb length
  • Ensure return to pre-injury activity

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Why Choose Tenet Florida Physician Services?

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    Approximately 300,000 Visits Annually

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    Partnered with 10 Award Winning Tenet Hospitals

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    Offices in Palm Beach, Broward & Miami Dade Counties

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    Talented Team of Orthopaedic Specialists