Meet Sterling Medical Group
Serving the Central Florida community, our main office is just outside of Orlando, located in Winter Park, FL. Our friendly and compassionate staff’s top priority is focusing on patient well-being. We provide pain relief in a timely manner, allowing you to get back to your life as soon as possible.
Let’s Explore Your Treatment Options Together
Our Approach To Patient Care
Dedicated to handling records requests and settlement resolution
Bilingual Patient Navigators
Delivering personalized care for patient intake and scheduling/coordination
We have personalized treatment plans with a multi-disciplinary approach to diagnosis and care
See What Our Patients Are Saying
This was one of the best Doctors office I have been in in a long time. The Doctors really take care of the patients and I was always taken care of the right way. They do a great job here at Sterling Medical Group.
The Doctors and staff are amazing. I had a cervical disc replaced and I am good as new! Thank you Sterling Medical for your professionalism and care, you guys gave me my life back. I am very blessed to have such good Doctors, Nurses and techs taking care of me.
Very happy with the care that I get from doctors and nurses very attentive and informative. Extremely friendly staff to make you feel at ease when getting a procedure done. I am happy and content being a patient with Sterling Medical Group. Thank you guys for being the best.
Spinal injuries from car accidents or slip and fall injuries are some of the most common conditions treated at Sterling Medical Group. We also provide Continue ReadingRead more
There are four ligaments that hold the knee joint together; the Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL), Lateral Cruciate Ligament (LCL), and Medial Cruciate Ligament (MCL) together Continue ReadingRead more
A frequent cause of pain or instability of the shoulder is a labral tear. A particular kind of labral tear involving the superior labrum is Continue ReadingRead more
An ACL tear, or torn anterior cruciate ligament, is one of the most common knee injuries. The ACL connects the front top part of the Continue ReadingRead more
Rotator cuff disorders are the most common causes of shoulder pain. When resulting from trauma, such as falling on to the affected arm, the most Continue ReadingRead more