Achieve an Active, Pain-free Lifestyle
|As orthopaedic surgeons with more than 25 years of practice experience, we take an individualized and compassionate approach when caring for our patients. Modern day orthopaedic care requires that the orthopaedic surgeon demonstrates comprehensive skills regarding the administration of quality care to his or her patients. Communication and education are of utmost importance to provide, you, the patient, the ability to make informed decisions regarding medical or surgical treatment of an orthopaedic condition. We thoroughly believe that the fundamental relationship between the surgeon and the patient be based on trust, mutual understanding, and transparency. We believe in meeting patients' individual needs through comprehensive evaluation and treatment designed to help them achieve an active, pain-free lifestyle. Many musculoskeletal conditions can be treated by non-surgical techniques, however, in certain cases surgery is the recommended treatment option. In our practice, we combine leading edge techniques with proven traditional methods to provide our patients with the best orthopaedic care possible.Our practice specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of all musculoskeletal conditions. From total joint replacement surgery to sports medicine, our capable physicians will facilitate your timely return to work or the playing field.|
New Office Location
Our Beaches location has a new address: 572 Jacksonville Drive, Jacksonville Beach 32250
Dr. Bohsali and Dr.Hakim's work on tranexamic acid in 2014 culminated in acceptance as an abstract presentation at the upcoming 2015 Florida Orthopaedic Society Annual Scientific Meeting in St.Petersburg, FL. Their study demonstrated a significant reduction in blood loss and the need for blood transfusions after hip, knee, and shoulder replacement surgery with the use of their tranexamic acid protocol.
Dr. Bohsali has completed book chapters on the topics of shoulder replacement surgery for proximal humerus fractures and reverse total shoulder replacement surgery for patients with shoulder arthritis and irreparable rotator cuff tears. A third work on management of proximal humerus fractures will be completed by mid 2015 for publication in 2016.
Dr. Bohsali and coauthors recently published a case series on "Adolescent hip dislocations" in the March issue of the Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics.
Dr. Bohsali recently served as a course instructor in Orlando at the Nicholson center in February on the topic of "standard ball and socket" and reverse shoulder replacement surgery.
Dr. Bohsali currently serves on the "Hip fracture in the elderly" appropriate use criteria committee, and will be completing his second three year cycle as member of the AAOS Upper Extremity Evaluation committee.