January 30, 2018
Many More Miles
Baldwin Bone & Joint’s annual collection of shoes for the homeless outreach program continues through Saturday, March 24. For drop-off locations, call 251-621-5387.
January 29, 2018
Many More Miles
The University of South Alabama is partnering in the Baldwin Bone and Joint P.C.’s “Many More Miles” campaign, a charitable drive to provide shoes to the homeless. This is the campaign’s 15th year and USA’s fifth year supporting the campaign.
MMM is a campaign to collect used running shoes that will be distributed to homeless outreach programs such as Wings of Life, Discovery Ministries and the Salvation Army Running Forward.
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January 17-23, 2018
Baldwin Bone & Joint’s annual collection of shoes for the homeless outreach program continues through Saturday, March 24. For drop-off locations, call 251.621.5387. The 2018 Mobile Jewish Film Festival will show 10 acclaimed Jewish films at venues around Mobile and Baldwin counties, through Jan. 28.
November 30, 2017
Baldwin Bone & Joint sponsors program to give refurbished shoes to needy
Daphne, AL (November 30, 2017) – Local runners and exercise enthusiasts may have put a lot of miles on old running shoes, but when they are donated to the “Many More Miles” campaign, those shoes will come to life again as they land on the feet of someone who really needs them. For the 15th consecutive year, Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C. will once again host this important community project, partnering with the Port City Pacers, Dr. Glenn Glass, The University of South Alabama Student Recreation Center, and local schools to collect shoes for the homeless outreach programs of Wings of Life, Discovery Ministries, and the Salvation Army Running Forward program.
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Special Campaign Keeps on Giving Life to Old Shoes for Those in Need
Daphne, AL (December 28, 2017) – Local runners and exercise enthusiasts may have put a lot of miles on old running shoes, but when they are donated to the “Many More Miles” campaign, those shoes will come to life again as they land on the feet of someone who really needs them.
For the 15th consecutive year, Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C. will once again host this important community project, partnering with the Port City Pacers, Dr. Glenn Glass, The University of South Alabama Student Recreation Center, and local schools to collect shoes for the homeless outreach programs of Wings of Life, Discovery Ministries, and the Salvation Army Running Forward program. Response to the campaign has grown since its inception from 200 pairs donated in 2004 to just under 2000 pairs contributed in 2017. Shoe donations for 2018 will be accepted starting in January with final shoe drop-offs received at the 2018 Azalea Trail Run on Saturday, March 24th.
Free Community Talk Set for Evening of September 26
DAPHNE, AL (Sept. 8, 2017) – Dr. John L. Todd and Dr. Michael Chamblee, orthopaedic specialists with Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C. and The Shoulder Center at Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C, will discuss the common causes and treatment options for aching shoulders and hips at a community education seminar, Tuesday, September 26. The program will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held at Baldwin Bone & Joint located at 1505 Daphne Avenue, Daphne, AL.
Dr. Todd, Medical Director for The Shoulder Center (TSC) at Baldwin Bone & Joint will present “Oh My Aching Shoulder: Understanding Common Causes and Solutions.” Dr. Todd’s presentation is developed especially for those seeking solutions to issues of the shoulder.
The shoulder is one of the most mobile and problematic joints of the body, and common symptoms of shoulder problems include pain, weakness and loss of motion that can interfere with activities of daily living, work and recreation. Todd, an experienced shoulder specialist, will discuss common causes for this and what options are available at TSC including non-operative and operative care.
Dr. Chamblee’s presentation, “Solutions for Relief of Hip Pain” will provide information on current treatment options for the relief of hip pain. He will discuss the management of hip arthritis, and both non-operative and operative intervention, specifically addressing the anterior total hip replacement.
The community event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Reservations are required and may be made by calling 251-621-5377 no later than Monday, September, 25.
DAPHNE, AL (August 8, 2017) – Dr. John Todd, local orthopaedic surgeon in Baldwin County and medical director of The Shoulder Center, will participate in a course designed for orthopaedic surgeons who are preparing for the recertification and/or the sports subspecialty exam or others, including athletic trainers, who would like an in-depth review of orthopaedic sports medicine.
The 2017 AOSSM/AAOS Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Review Course is to be held Friday, August 11, 2017 through Sunday, August 13, 2017 at the Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park, Chicago, Illinois.
Learning objectives for participants will include updating their knowledge on how to implement an effective evaluation algorithm for musculoskeletal and medical sports medicine conditions; how to assess and apply surgical and nonsurgical treatment recommendations and rehabilitation protocols for the management of essential musculoskeletal and medical conditions germane to the practice of orthopaedic sports medicine; how to integrate prevention strategies with their health care team(s) to improve musculoskeletal and medical health in patient population; and how to analyze and interpret research.
Dr. John Todd is the medical director of The Shoulder Center, a specialty care service offered at Baldwin Bone and Joint. “My purpose in attending this course with AOSSM/AAOS is to stay on top of the latest advancements in arthroscopic care,” Todd said. “It is my number one focus to provide the best care for my patients. By continuing to advance my knowledge in this field I am equipped to meet that goal.”
Dr. Rhett Hubley to focus on clinical services as BB&J welcomes Michael Chamblee, M.D. as its newest orthopaedic surgeon
DAPHNE, AL (July 20, 2017) – Longtime Baldwin Bone & Joint (BB&J) orthopaedic surgeon Rhett Hubley, M.D. is expanding his clinical services, focusing his talents on a non-operative, office-based practice. Ultimately, Hubley will transition to a non-surgical practice effective August 7, 2017. The move coincides with the addition of orthopaedic surgeon Michael Chamblee to the practice.
“This is simply a transition. I’ll be in the office, seeing patients, available for same-day referrals,” Hubley said of the change. “I’ve worked in this community for more than 20 years and have gradually built a practice with a team of physicians who offer various specialties in the field of orthopaedics. Now I’ve simply decided to restrict my practice to in-office work.” (Photo: Dr. Rhett Hubley)
Hubley explained that Dr. Chamblee, who will join the group July 31, will provide a new option for patients in need of surgery, particularly the hip and knee surgeries that have been his specialty. “We’ve got young surgeons coming in that are very capable,” he continued. “I’m going back to the clinical side.”
Michael Chamblee comes to the practice from the Meridian Orthopaedic Clinic in Meridian, Mississippi, where he has been practicing since 2011. He is a 2006 graduate of University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Medicine and completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at UAB Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama.
“This is a longtime, established practice of great physicians,” Chamblee said of BB&J. “I’m looking forward to joining their team.” Of his specialty, he explained, “Hip replacements are what I enjoy most. It’s good to see people get better and its very surprising how quickly they can recover. You can really make a difference in their quality of life.” (Photo: Dr. Michael Chamblee)
Many of his patients, Chamblee said, are active people experiencing debilitating pain from arthritis. “It can restrict their sports, hobbies and even normal activity. It’s very rewarding to be able to do a surgery and see them get back to those activities they love.”
Chamblee and his wife Brooke are looking forward to the move to the Eastern Shore with their sons Collins (7), Gray (5) and Elliot (4). “We spend a lot of time outside,” Chamblee said of his family time. “We like fishing and outdoor sports. And we’re looking forward to being a part of this wonderful, growing community and to getting involved in church and community activities here.”
Local Students Greatest Contributors for Homeless Outreach Ministries
Daphne, AL (April 4, 2017) – Hundreds of people – primarily students and teachers – in Baldwin and Mobile Counties recently donated gently used shoes to Baldwin Bone & Joint’s 14th Annual Many More Miles Campaign, resulting in 1,910 pairs of shoes finding new life.
Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C., the Port City Pacers, McCoy Outdoor Co., Dr. Glenn Glass, and the University of South Alabama Student Recreation Center partnered to collect shoes for the homeless outreach programs of Wings of Life and Discovery Ministries. The campaign, now in its 14th year, got off to a running start in January and concluded at the Azalea Trail Run held on March 25th.
Students in Mobile and Baldwin Counties were also given the opportunity to collect shoes and earn money for their schools’ PE programs. Students and teachers collectively provided 72% of total shoes collected! Dixon Elementary won first place, collecting 743 pairs of shoes and received a $300 cash prize. Fairhope Intermediate took second place ($200), and Spanish Fort Elementary received third prize ($100).
Dr. John Todd and Seneca Walden, C.R.N.P., proudly display the mountain of shoes collected during the 2017 Many More Miles Campaign. The 1,910 pairs of shoes were donated to the outreach programs of Wings of Life and Discovery Ministries.
Chuck Carlisle, Practice Administrator for Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C. presents Glenda Warren, Principal of Dixon Elementary School and Faye Hussong, P.E. Coach with a $300 check to benefit the school’s PE program. Students at the school collected 743 pairs of shoes to win first place in Baldwin Bone & Joint’s fourteenth annual Many More Miles campaign. The shoes collected will benefit the homeless ministries of Wings of Life and Discovery Ministries.
Giving New Life to Old Shoes for Those in Need
Daphne, AL (January 31, 2017) – You may have put a lot of miles on your old running shoes, but when you donate them to the “Many More Miles” campaign, your shoes will land on the feet of someone who really needs them.
For the 14th consecutive year, Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C. will once again host this important community project, partnering with the Port City Pacers, USA Student Recreation Center and McCoy Outdoor Company to collect shoes for the homeless outreach programs of Wings of Life and Discovery Ministries. Response to the campaign has grown since its inception from 200 pairs donated in 2003 to 1899 pairs contributed in 2016. With the kickoff beginning the month of January each year, donations for 2017 are now being accepted with final shoe drop-offs received at the 2017 Azalea Trail Run on Saturday, March 25.
Mobile and Baldwin County elementary students will also once again be given the opportunity to collect shoes and earn money for their schools’ P.E. programs. Baldwin Bone & Joint will award cash prizes to the individual P.E. programs for the top three schools donating the most shoes.
So clean up those gently used athletic shoes, tie them together in pairs and drop them off at any of the following locations:
- Baldwin Bone and Joint -1505 Daphne Avenue, Daphne
- Dr. Glenn Glass, Daphne
- McCoy Outdoor Company – 3498 Springhill Avenue, Mobile
- The University of South Alabama Student Recreation Center
- 2017 Azalea Trail Run Expo, Mobile Civic Center on March 25
For more information, call 621-5387.
“ORTHOPAEDIC UPDATES IN THE CARE OF SHOULDER PAIN”
Daphne, AL (August 4, 2016) – Doctors John L. Todd and Andrew Harcourt, Orthopaedic Specialists with Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C., along with Rachael Hartman, DPT, Director of PT Services, will provide a continuing education program especially designed for nurses, case managers and physical therapists on Thursday, August 25th. The program entitled “Orthopaedic Updates in the Care of Shoulder Pain” will be held in the Community Room of the Thomas Medical Center. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. for registration and dinner, followed by presentations from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Dr. John Todd
Dr. John Todd, Medical Director of The Shoulder Center at Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C., is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in both shoulder reconstruction and sports medicine. His talk is entitled, “The Rotator Cuff: Large Tears and Failed Repairs – Options for Treatment” He will review the epidemiology of rotator cuff tears; current concepts for a successful rotator cuff repair; recognize possible causes linked for failure of rotator cuff repairs; review strategies for successful revision rotator cuff repairs; and discuss options for patients with ‘un-repairable’ rotator cuff tears. (Photo: Dr. John L. Todd)
Dr. Andrew Harcourt
Dr. Andrew Harcourt is board certified in Family Practice and fellowship-trained in Sports Medicine. His talk is entitled, “Shoulder Diagnostics and Ortho-Biologics in the Management of Chronic Shoulder Pain.” He will discuss different imaging modalities for the shoulder, including X-ray, MRI, and Ultrasound; the unique benefits of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound when caring for the individual with chronic shoulder pain; and the role that ortho-biologics plays in the current management of chronic shoulder pain. (Photo: Dr. Andrew Harcourt)
Rachael Hartman, DPT
Rachael Hartman, DPT, Director of PT Services, has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Alabama, Birmingham, and a B.S. degree in Exercise Science from Auburn University. Her talk is entitled, “Non-Operative and Post-Operative Physical Therapy for Common Shoulder Pathologies,” whereby she will review the anatomy of the shoulder, discuss the concept of mobility vs. stability in shoulder joint, list common shoulder pathologies referred for with physical therapy, and describe the differences between non-operative and post-operative treatment approaches in physical therapy in common shoulder pathologies. (Photo: Rachael Hartman, DPT) Thomas Hospital is accredited by ABN as a provider and approver of continuing education in nursing through Thursday, June 15, 2017, #ABNP0105. 2.0 contact hours will be provided to attendees. All nurses attending must scan their license.
All attendees must register in advance. No registration will be accepted by phone or mail after Monday, August 22. The registration fee of $15 will be refunded to each participant at check-in. For more information, call 251-279-1703.