General Orthopedic Specialists

Welcome To South FL’s Top Orthopedic Center

We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal lesions, trauma, post-surgical rehabilitation, arthritis, sports medicine & more.

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General Orthopedics

General Orthopedic Specialists

Welcome To South Florida’s Top Orthopedic Center

We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal lesions, trauma, post-surgical rehabilitation, arthritis, and sports medicine.

Contact us to learn more or to schedule a consultation

Please fill out the form below and we will get back to you shortly.

General Orthopedics

General Orthopedics

At Tyrance Orthopedics & Sports Medicine we address a wide variety of disorders affecting bones, cartilage, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD is trained in all aspects of the musculoskeletal system and are committed to helping our patients achieve and maintain optimal muscle, bone & joint health and movement.

It‹s very common to suffer an injury while doing a sport. Whether you are a professional athlete or engage in sports as a hobby, we can help you get back to wellness.

The types of injuries we usually see from sports activities involve the tendons, muscles, bones, and ligaments. Our treatments have proven effective to help patients regain their physical activity to a level that is equal or close to before they were injured.

Common Sports Injuries Include:

  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Meniscus Tears
  • Sprains
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Golfer’s Elbow
  • Pitcher’s Elbow
  • Hamstring injuries
  • Shin Splints
  • Shoulder weakness and instability

Your shoulder is made of three bones: The shoulder blade (scapula), collarbone (clavicle), and the upper arm bone (humerus). The shoulder is anchored by tendons, muscles, and ligaments. It is the most movable joint in our body. This can cause instability during sports and result in injuries such as:

  • Dislocations
  • Tendinitis
  • Bursitis
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Fractures and Tears
  • Arthritis

Fractures, sprains, & strains have similarities but there are specific differences in regards to the treatment solution.

Sprains

Refers to when a ligament is torn or stretched beyond its limits.

Strains

Occurs when a tendon or muscle is torn or stretches too far.

Mild strains or sprains usually heal with rest and ice. However, more severe strains or sprains may require surgery.

Fractures

Fractures refer to a partial or complete break in a bone. This type of injury can be more severe and painful than a strain or sprain.

We offer human performance technology to help athletes and non-athletes alike perform at their highest level. Our approach includes a personalized functional motion analysis to identify muscle imbalances. Identifying these muscle imbalances early can help lessen the chance of injury and if injured, can quicken recovery. This technology can also help each individual strive for long-term growth or recovery by modifying and optimizing her or his training habits.

Musculoskeletal pain management is one of our specialties. We offer procedures to treat and manage chronic pain. Pain management is an area of specialty that helps patients who suffer ongoing discomfort from conditions and disorders, such as chronic low back pain, neck pain, complex regional pain syndrome, or muscle and bone pain. If you are suffering from discomfort or pain resulting from an injury, we can help!

Joint preservation procedures are an alternative to surgery. This less invasive option is generally performed for people in their later stages of life or those suffering from degenerative arthritis, also known as osteoarthritis.

Foot and ankle injuries can impact every aspect of your life. These injuries can be complex because they can involve tendons, muscles, bones, and joints, which all work together to help us run, balance, walk and jump. If one of the pieces is not functioning as it should, there could be an impact on the rest.

Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD

Harvard trained Orthopedic Surgeon

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General Orthopedics

At Tyrance Orthopedics & Sports Medicine we address a wide variety of disorders affecting bones, cartilage, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD is trained in all aspects of the musculoskeletal system and are committed to helping our patients achieve and maintain optimal muscle, bone & joint health and movement.

It‹s very common to suffer an injury while doing a sport. Whether you are a professional athlete or engage in sports as a hobby, we can help you get back to wellness.

The types of injuries we usually see from sports activities involve the tendons, muscles, bones, and ligaments. Our treatments have proven effective to help patients regain their physical activity to a level that is equal or close to before they were injured.

Common Sports Injuries Include:

  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Meniscus Tears
  • Sprains
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Golfer’s Elbow
  • Pitcher’s Elbow
  • Hamstring injuries
  • Shin Splints
  • Shoulder weakness and instability

Your shoulder is made of three bones: The shoulder blade (scapula), collarbone (clavicle), and the upper arm bone (humerus). The shoulder is anchored by tendons, muscles, and ligaments. It is the most movable joint in our body. This can cause instability during sports and result in injuries such as:

  • Dislocations
  • Tendinitis
  • Bursitis
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Fractures and Tears
  • Arthritis

Fractures, sprains, & strains have similarities but there are specific differences in regards to the treatment solution.

Sprains

Refers to when a ligament is torn or stretched beyond its limits.

Strains

Occurs when a tendon or muscle is torn or stretches too far.

Mild strains or sprains usually heal with rest and ice. However, more severe strains or sprains may require surgery.

Fractures

Fractures refer to a partial or complete break in a bone. This type of injury can be more severe and painful than a strain or sprain.

We offer human performance technology to help athletes and non-athletes alike perform at their highest level. Our approach includes a personalized functional motion analysis to identify muscle imbalances. Identifying these muscle imbalances early can help lessen the chance of injury and if injured, can quicken recovery. This technology can also help each individual strive for long-term growth or recovery by modifying and optimizing her or his training habits.

Musculoskeletal pain management is one of our specialties. We offer procedures to treat and manage chronic pain. Pain management is an area of specialty that helps patients who suffer ongoing discomfort from conditions and disorders, such as chronic low back pain, neck pain, complex regional pain syndrome, or muscle and bone pain. If you are suffering from discomfort or pain resulting from an injury, we can help!

Joint preservation procedures are an alternative to surgery. This less invasive option is generally performed for people in their later stages of life or those suffering from degenerative arthritis, also known as osteoarthritis.

Foot and ankle injuries can impact every aspect of your life. Injuries can be complex because they can involve tendons, muscles, bones, and joints, which all work together to help us run, balance, walk and jump. If one of the pieces is not functioning as it should, there could be an impact on the rest.

About Our General Orthopedics

What our patients say

We believe in earning the trust of our patients, not only by providing the highest quality and leading-edge medical care but also by treating each patient and their family with sincere compassion.

Lauren Rosen
3. April, 2024.
Very nice , efficient well run office. The doctor took his time explaining the procedure and is extremely personable.
Lucia Campos
29. March, 2024.
From the moment I walked into the office I knew this was the right place. The office is beautiful, the staff were so helpful and accommodating and Dr. Tyrance was very professional and knowledgeable. I look forward to returning and getting my knee back to normal!
Nora Bromley
27. March, 2024.
Can't say enough about the staff and the doctor and office. The staff is supper friendly. The doctor is very knowledgeable and actually cares about your treatment. I highly recommend this place.
Lisa Dilley
27. March, 2024.
Staff were welcoming and polite. Dr. Tyrance was informative and helpful.
Larry Blatt
27. March, 2024.
5 stars. Dr. Tyrance and his staff were absolutely fantastic and super helpful. Dr. Tyrance got straight to the facts and his holistic approach with my lower back issues really impressed me. Highly recommend Dr. Tyrance.
Christy Suerth
19. February, 2024.
My first visit was excellent. Dr. Tyrance has a perfect balance of efficiency, compassion and expertise. I feel confident that our plan is going to be effective. His team was also warm and also efficient. I highly recommend.
RoseAnn Pompile
14. February, 2024.
Dr Tyrance was very knowledgeable and helpful. His personality was great and clicked just right with John!

“We have the ability to reclaim and maintain the mental and physical vitality we had in our youth. Your health is wealth!”

– Patrick H. Tyrance Jr. MD

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