When an issue or an injury occurs with your musculoskeletal system, it can cause debilitating pain that affects your work, play, or sleep. At Carolinas Center for Surgery, we have an experienced team of orthopedic specialists who are dedicated to finding the solution that gets you back to enjoying your life....
After orthopedic surgery, you’re excited to get back to your daily routine without the pain of your previous injury or diagnosis holding you back. But gaining complete mobility takes time, and it’s important to take care of your body by getting enough good sleep to achieve a full, speedy recovery. Read...Read More
Studies show that more than 11 percent of all American adults deal with chronic pain. Most chronic conditions should be addressed with the adept medical care provided by experienced pain management professionals, but there are several ways you can address this pain while at home, before you’re able to see a...Read More
You’re here because you’re searching for more information about orthopedic surgery. Perhaps you’re trying to find an orthopedic surgeon in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Maybe it’s a combination of both. Either way, you’re in the right place. Below, we break down important details about orthopedic surgery and where in Jacksonville you can...Read More
It can happen to any athlete: You’re giving it your all at practice or during a game when all of a sudden, you twist your ankle or fall the wrong way. You’ve experienced a sports injury. You may be thinking about booking an appointment with a doctor that specializes in...Read More
Join Dr. Ted Johnson and Dr. Joe Zavadzkas for a Free informational seminar regarding the Gastric Sleeve, Gastric Bypass, and Lap Band. They will discuss each weight loss surgery option in detail. At the conclusion of the seminar, you will have the opportunity to schedule your first Consultation for Weight Loss Surgery...Read More
Varicose veins are a medical condition that leave you with unsightly, bulging, burning, itching, or throbbing veins in your legs. This condition is very common in the United States, affecting millions of men and women. But just because they’re common doesn’t mean you need to live with them. Have questions? Get...Read More