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Helping you move through life pain-free.

For those living with pain, performing the simplest of activities, such as walking through a grocery store or getting up from a chair, can be difficult. Whether your pain is the result of arthritis, a sports injury or simple joint wear and tear, the professionals at Delray Medical Center can restore you to a comfortable and more active lifestyle.

The Center for Advanced Orthopaedics is located on the third floor in the new Patient Tower on the Delray Medical Center campus. This beautifully designed expansion features private patient rooms and some of the latest technology to provide patients with the comfort and care needed for recovery. Orthopaedic surgery patients can also enjoy the new, spacious gym, located in the tower and staffed with physical therapists 7 days a week.

Hip, knee and shoulder replacements are becoming more common every day, as men and women seek a second chance for an active life. Delray Medical Center has been named a Five-Star Recipient for Hip Fracture Treatment for 9 Years in a Row (2010-2018) by Healthgrades and is among the best orthopaedic centers in South Florida, providing specialized care for a wide range of orthopedic treatments, including knee and hip replacements.

Total Hip Replacement AwardSpinal Fusion Surgery AwardHip Fracture Treatment Award

Joint Replacement

A typical candidate for total joint replacement is someone who suffers from chronic joint pain caused by arthritis or by delayed and progressive joint pain as the result of a previous sports or traumatic injury. The board certified orthopaedic surgeons affiliated with Delray Medical Center are specially trained to evaluate and treat hip, knee and shoulder problems. Their goal is to help relieve your pain, restore your mobility and enhance your freedom of movement.

Spine Treatment

Neck, arm, back and leg pain that occurs as a result of injury, degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis and spinal stenosis, may be treated without surgery. However, if the pain is not resolved with conservative treatment, or if symptoms such as weakness or loss of sensation occur, surgery may be necessary. Our team of orthopaedic spine surgeons and neurosurgeons perform minimally invasive

procedures for treating compression fractures, and herniated disc micro-surgery, as well as complex spinal surgeries involving the use of instrumentation systems for spine stabilization. Delray Medical Center is the first hospital in the state (May 2007) to offer O-arm advanced operating room imaging technology for accuracy and precision in implant placement.

Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are diagnosed and treated by the specialists at Delray Medical Center, accompanied by a dedicated focus on rehabilitation and prevention of sports related injuries. Our multi-disciplinary team works with patients to develop a personalized program designed to help return them to normal activities as quickly as possible, so as to maintain a peak level of fitness and prevent further injuries.


Delray Medical Center offers patients comprehensive services for treatment and rehabilitation utilizing Pinecrest Rehabilitation Hospital, conveniently located on the Delray Medical Center campus. Customized rehabilitation programs are developed to help patients improve strength and mobility, decrease pain and optimize functional recovery.

Hear it from the source….

Who better to tell you about the orthopaedic program at Delray Medical Center than a physician on our team? Hear what Dr. Pedro Piza, Orthopaedic Surgeon has to say.

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