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Workers' Compensation

Handling workers’ compensation claims can be challenging, but Orthopaedic Associates of St. Augustine’s dedicated team helps organizations and their employees through the process. We will manage and treat work-related injuries covered under workers’ compensation, while maintaining open lines of communication with all parties involved, including patients, employers, insurance providers, claims adjusters, and attorneys. In addition to boasting a team of board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians and surgeons, we employ a renowned rehabilitation team of physical and occupational therapists to help patients recover from their injury and get back to work.

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Total Hip & Knee Replacements

with James Grimes, MD

James Grimes, MD, a founding partner of Orthopaedic Associates of St. Augustine, is one of the most renowned joint replacement surgeons in North Florida. Dr. Grimes has been at the forefront of joint surgery for many years. He helped develop computer navigation for use during partial knee surgery, completed the first arthroscopic resurfacing procedure in the county, performed the first outpatient joint replacement in the county, and continues to push the boundaries of technology and surgical capabilities at Flagler Hospital where he is the current President of the Medical Staff. Not only is Dr. Grimes an innovative physician, but he is an active member of the community who regularly coaches local sports teams. Dr. Grimes is truly an asset to our team and the community at large.

An Update on the COVID-19

The safety and well-being of our patients and community members are our highest priority. OASA continues to actively monitor the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in our communities.

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Golf Tournament Raises Over $25,000 for Betty Griffin Center Doctors and their guests took part in the Ninth Annual Orthopaedic Associates of St. Augustine Golf Tournament which raised $25,700 for the Betty Griffin Center. Read More

Lower Body Injuries While Playing Soccer

As a cutting and pivoting sport, soccer places a lot of strain on the lower body. Therefore, soccer players are subject to sustain a range of injuries in multiple areas in the legs, ankles, and feet. While the fear of injury shouldn’t hinder players from participating in the sport, it should motivate coaches and athletes […]

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Elbow Injuries in Children

For children, elbow injuries are an all-too-familiar consequence of play. From the jungle gym to the ball field, there are plenty of opportunities for accidents to happen. Listed below are the most commonly reported elbow injuries in children, their symptoms, and standard treatment alternatives.    Acute Elbow Injuries in Children  Whether they’re jumping, climbing, running, or […]

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How Volleyball Players Can Prevent ACL Injuries

From shifting and cutting to jumping and diving, the chances of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are multiplied in every volleyball set. Trauma to the ACL can sideline players anywhere from seven to nine months, which means just one accident may cost them an entire season. Therefore, ACL injury prevention practices, exercises, and routines are […]

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Types of Tennis Strokes

A game of tennis forces players to compete not only aggressively but also creatively. Reaching overhead, swinging upward, and slicing outward, there are countless ways to strike the ball, but most players tend to stick with the tried-and-true basics. Those who consistently return to the same technique or attempt to branch out without proper form, […]

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