Wound Care

We treat all kinds of wounds, including patients with wounds that have not responded to medical treatment within 30 days (considered a chronic wound). Non- healing or chronic wounds are associated with immobility, poor circulation, and poor vein function. From infectious disease and illness injuries to diabetic foot ulcers, pressure ulcers, venous ulcers, and sickle cell ulcers. At East Atlantic Surgical we specialize in the most advanced treatment approach required for suitable healing. Chronic wounds affect millions of Americans every day, contact our Physicians for a specialized approach.

Regenerative Medicine

Our Surgeons at East Atlantic Surgical Group specialize in regenerative medicine, tissue and finger regrowth. The team is at the forefront of stem cell technology and cutting-edge treatments to help prevent amputations. In some cases, patients have shown regrowth of skin tissue and fingers. The surgical team uses leading regenerative medicine developed to repair and remodel tissue.
Our patients travel from all over the world to seek medical treatment and to have a better chance to regrow tissue and avoid amputations.

Trauma Surgery

Our trauma program cares for trauma patients and their families in our South Florida Community. Our care is compassionate and extends from prevention to recovery. We lead the way in discovery, education, and advocacy. Our Surgeons are highly experienced in complex trauma surgery and regarded as the top surgeons in the region.
We provide trauma surgery, acute care surgery and critical care surgery to treat injuries involving:

  • Burns
  • Blunt trauma, which can occur from falls or pedestrian-motor vehicle crashes
  • Penetrating trauma, typically seen in gunshot or stab wounds

Hernia Surgery

A hernia occurs when an organ pushes through an opening in the muscle or tissue that holds it in place. Most hernias aren’t immediately life-threatening, but they don’t go away on their own. Sometimes they can require surgery to prevent potentially dangerous complications.

Some of the most common types of hernias are:

  • Femoral (outer groin)
  • Hiatal (upper stomach)
  • Incisional (resulting from an incision)
  • Inguinal (inner groin)
  • Umbilical (belly button)

Our Surgeons are well respected for their experience, surgical experience, and leading- edge technology. We use a collaborative approach to ensure you have the best possible outcome for your hernia repair.

General Surgery

Our Surgeons perform a wide range of common ailments, but are also responsible for patient care before, during, and after surgery. They offer a collaborative approach to patient care, working closely with each other to find the best treatment approach for each patient.

We have a very experienced groups of general surgeons, combined our three doctors perform more than 100 operations annually.
We specialize in abdominal wall hernias and removing cancerous tumors, and have special expertise in surgery of the chest, breast, liver, pancreas, endocrine system, gastrointestinal tract, colon, rectum and vascular system.

Chest Wall Reconstruction

Our Surgeons have extensive experience with this complex surgery that requires a multidisciplinary approach. Our goals for a successful chest wall reconstruction are to restore the chest wall rigidity, preserve pulmonary mechanic and protect the intrathoracic organs minimizing the thoracic deformity.

With extensive years of experience and various cases our doctors are key opinion leaders of this procedure, also working with device manufacturers to improve techniques.

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