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Orthopedic Group Adds New Surgeon: Dr. Adam Mandel, Orthopedic Foot & Ankle Physician

360-ORTHOPEDICS is excited to announce the addition of Orthopedic Foot & Ankle Surgeon, Dr Adam Mandel. Dr Mandel is a Board Certified physician specializing in foot and ankle trauma, arthroscopy, reconstruction, joint replacement, and all other areas of foot and ankle treatment options. He is skilled in addressing complex deformity as well as more common pathologies and non-operative solutions for foot pain. Dr Mandel has earned multiple honors and awards and is published in his field of expertise.

Dr Mandel says, “I am pleased to align myself with the commitment of 360 Orthopedic to get our patients back on their feet and back to life”.

360-ORTHOPEDICS has three locations in Sarasota, Lakewood Ranch, and Venice and offers same day / next day appointments when needed. The group offers all treatment aspects of orthopedics including but not limited to joint replacement, regenerative therapy, sports medicine, and nerve conduction studies. Physical therapy, MRI, and X-ray technology are available at all locations. For more information visit the website www.SOA.md or call 941.951.2663.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Sandi Wall, Chief Marketing Officer at 941.951.2663 / ext 213 or email at SWall@soa.md

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