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Richard Valenzuela, M.D.
Orthopedic Surgeon, Board Certified and Fellowship Trained
Henry Ruiz, M.D.
Neurosurgeon, Board Certified and Fellowship Trained
Jim Candler, PA-C
Certified Physician Assistant
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
We know that every person’s situation and injury will be unique, and so should their treatment plan. Our doctors are experienced in a range of options, maximizing non-surgical treatments, rehabilitation and utilizing progressive surgical techniques only when necessary. Our areas of expertise and services cover the full spectrum of musculoskeletal diagnostic, conservative treatment options, and surgical specialties.
Eliminating or controlling acute or chronic pain
Specializing in advanced spine surgery
Treating injuries with bone and joint disorders
OUR APPROACH TO PATIENT CARE
We treat our patients with the dignity and respect they deserve. Our staff understands that chronic pain robs patients of their quality of life and our goal is for patients to get back to enjoying a pain-free life.
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
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MCL AND PCL INJURIES
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LABRAL (OR SLAP) TEARS
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ACL TEAR (TORN ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT)
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