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POA Staffing Updates

Published October 29, 2019 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

(Salisbury, MD) Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates (POA) announces the retirement of Dr. Eric Franks and Dr. Edward McGinnis. It is difficult, if not impossible to list the accomplishments of these exceptional orthopaedic surgeons who have served our l ...


POA Welcomes New Orthopaedic Surgeon

Published September 03, 2019 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

(Salisbury, MD) Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates (POA) is pleased to announce the addition of Sports Medicine Fellow and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr. Taylor Wiley, to our team of orthopaedic specialists. Dr. Wiley joins our Sports Medicine Team alongside ...


POA a part of FDA Approved Total Shoulder Replacement System Research

Published August 07, 2019 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

Outcomes of a rigorous medical device study begun in 2012 and supported by Dr. Thomas Brandon and the Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates (POA) clinical research team has resulted in FDA approval for patient use of the Arthrex Eclipse Total Shoulder Rep ...


POA Surgeons Deliver a Strong Leadership Presence at the Annual Conference of the Maryland Orthopaedic Association

Published February 15, 2019 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

Surgeons of Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates delivered a strong leadership presence for cutting edge surgeon education and healthcare policy at the annual conference of the Maryland Orthopaedic Association (MOA) in Annapolis on February 9, 2019.Prese ...


Policy Change: Use of Visco-supplementation (Orthovisc, Monovisc, Synvisc) for Knee OA

Published January 31, 2019 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

Following with the treatment recommendations established by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates (POA) has adopted the clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee. These guide ...


Dr. Scopp Awarded “Best Rated Abstract” by the International Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society

Published January 21, 2019 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

Dr. Jason Scopp was recently honored by being awarded the “Best Rated Abstract” certificate of achievement by the International Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society (ICRS).  His publication “A 4-year follow up on patients treated with G ...


Does your thumb ever bother you from texting too much?

Published May 16, 2018 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

Does your thumb ever bother you from texting too much?

You aren't alone. Here's some insight on "texting thumb" – more commonly known as "gamer's thumb." In fact, "texting thumb" and "cell phone elbow are the two most frequently searched tech-related conditions in the U.S."Texting thumb might sound humor ...


Spring Has Sprung: Returning Kids To Outdoor Sports

Published April 17, 2018 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

Spring Has Sprung: Returning Kids To Outdoor Sports

Check out these five tips from Sportsinjuries.org to keep your kids safe while returning to outdoor sports.The snow is melting, the birds are chirping, and everyone is growing tired of those 6am Sunday morning hockey practices. Sunny days spent at th ...


Yoga Poses for Balance

Published January 19, 2018 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

Yoga Poses for Balance

We can all improve balance thru daily practice – especially if we incorporate yoga, and these three poses, into our fitness routines. Tree pose, standing pose and warrior pose are each extremely effective postures to help you build, improve and maint ...


Ever Wonder How The Lack Of Sunshine In Winter Can Impact Your Bone Health?

Published January 10, 2018 by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

Ever Wonder How The Lack Of Sunshine In Winter Can Impact Your Bone Health?

Let’s take a look. Vitamin D, often known as the sunshine vitamin, plays an important role in our bone health and is mostly made by our body through its exposure to sunlight. This is somewhat unique because most of our vitamin D consumption comes fro ...


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