What’s New?

What’s New?

WKRG The Doctor is In

Jay Savage, MD discusses arthritis of the hip and joint replacement with Devon Walsh on “The Doctor is In” on WKRG. (October 2019)
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Welcome Dr. Joanne Baird and Dr. Trevor Stubbs!

(November 2020)   Bayside Orthoapedic Sports Medicine & Rehab Center is proud to welcome sports medicine fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeons Joanne Baird, MD and Trevor M. Stubbs, MD.   Dr. Baird was a Lieutenant Commander at Naval Hospital Pensacola where she
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Knee Pain and the Female Athlete

By Joanne Baird, MD (November 2020) Amidst this ongoing pandemic, fall sports are back in full swing. With the disruption of our routine training and activities during the last several months, we are seeing an unfortunate increase in injuries in
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Know the Warning Signs for Heat Stroke

By Trevor Stubbs, MD (September 2020) With the normal summer sports routines affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, our children are more at risk for injuries during this upcoming season. Chances are your young athlete had few practices or team activities,
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My Child’s Back Hurts – What’s Next?

by Jason Determann, MD (August, 2020) While more common in adults, pediatric low back pain is almost equally prevalent in younger patients. Common causes include a variety of diagnosis; from muscle strains to scoliosis to disc problems. A pertinent history
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Teach us to Number Our Days….

by Albert Jay Savage IV, MD (July 2020) I dare say that you have not been reading this edition of Eastern Shore Parents the way that you thought you would a few months ago.  This time of year is normally
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Avoiding the Physical Pitfalls of Working from Home

By Joey Carter, MD (May 2020) Coronavirus (COVID-19) has thousands of Baldwin County children suddenly “schooling” from home. And that means thousands of Baldwin County parents are unexpectedly at home alongside them. Avoiding the physical pitfalls of working from home
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The Limping Child

Gregg Terral, MD (May 2019) Limping is a common complaint that prompts parents to seek medical attention for their child. Usually the limp is caused by minor injury that will get better by itself. However, limping that last longer than
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Bayside Orthopaedic Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At Bayside Orthopaedic, our highest priorities are the health and safety of our staff, patients & visitors and the well-being of the communities we serve. Considering recent and growing concerns about the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), patients should
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Parents – Make Your Own Health a Priority for the New Year

Jennifer Firestone, MSN, CRNP, FLS (January 2020) A New Year likely finds you getting kiddos back in the school swing, planning spring sports and more. Where is your own health on that 2020 to-do list?  Parents – especially Moms –
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The Truth about Growing Pains

Dr. Jason Determann Has your young one ever complained of general aches and pains… that have you stumped? The phenomenon we call “growing pains” is one of the most common causes of recurrent musculoskeletal discomfort in children. First described by
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Sport Specialization: Is it Safe? Is it Necessary?

Albert Jay Savage IV, MD (June 2020) Youth sports have surged across the country, and a weekend drive around Eastern Shore ballparks proves we’re part of that trend.  By all accounts, the physical, mental and emotional benefits of individual and
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Enjoy Alabama’s Great Outdoors – Safely!

November marks fall and all its outdoor glory in full swing, with cooler weather at long last here in South Alabama and plenty of outdoor pursuits filling up weekend calendars.  Hunting is one of those fall pastimes that allow families
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A Repetitive Problem – The One Sport Injury

Gregg Terral, MD ( August 2019) Summer break is over, kids are back in school and fall sports are in full swing from elementary to high school. With more and more young athletes under 12 focusing on just one sport
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Dr. Gregg Terral Performs 100th Mako Joint Replacement Surgery

(Foley)  Sixteen months after performing the first Mako robot-guided joint replacement surgery in Baldwin County, Dr. Gregg Terral marked his 100th surgery this month.  The 3D virtual model of a patient’s unique joint offers a revolutionary capability for customized joint
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WKRG’s The Doctor is In

WKRG’s The Doctor is In – featuring Dr. Jason Determann discussing shoulder pain and its causes September 13th. Watch Joshua Wing with the Bayside Orthopaedic Bone Health Clinic – June 7th on The Doctor is In .
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Summertime: Fun, Freedom and… Fractures?

Dr. Jay Savage It’s no secret that summer on the Eastern Shore is loaded with opportunities to get out, get active and enjoy this beautiful area that we are blessed to call home.  But, sometimes summertime fun for our children
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New robotic arm assists South Baldwin surgeons

Bayside Orthopaedic featured in Gulf Coast Media’s “Focus on Health” – May 9, 2019
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Direct Anterior Approach Total Hip Arthroplasty

Hip replacement or Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA) is one of the most commonly performed Orthopaedic procedures with an estimated 350,000 patients in the United States having hip replacement surgery each year. There has been a great increase in the number
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