Practice History

Practice History

For 40 years, Bayside Orthopaedic Sports Medicine & Rehab Center has provided Baldwin County’s most comprehensive leading-edge care in orthopaedics and sports medicine.

In 1977, the practice was formed by Dr. Paul Fellers and Dr. Robert Eubanks. Both men were pioneers in Baldwin County health care and instrumental in formation of the surgery unit at Thomas Hospital.  In 1979, the practice grew with the addition of Michae Zoghby (PT, LAT, CHT) to offer fulltime physical therapy services.  From its first clinic on the Thomas Hospital complex, Bayside Orthopaedic grew along with southern Baldwin County to a second location. Serving the Foley area since 1999, our clinic with South Baldwin Regional Medical Center includes full -time physical therapy and was the first to introduce the Stryker robot-assisted joint replacement surgery to Baldwin County.

We offer another satellite location in Brewton.

Today, our fellowship-trained and board-certified surgeons specialize in joint replacement and reconstruction; spine and fracture care; low and high impact sports injuries as well as the most advanced robot-guided and minimally invasive surgery solutions.  Our Bone Health Clinic’s Fracture Liaison Service is unique to the area with a personalized diagnosis and plan to treat your osteoporosis and end the fragility cycle.  And with a best-in-class physical therapy program in-house, we’re committed to seamless treatment and recovery.

Our physicians, nursing team and physical therapists share a mission:  wellness of body, mind and spirit in restoring patients to active, healthy lives.