Daphne, AL (November 5, 2020) — Baldwin Bone & Joint is proud to announce its newest clinical team member and physician assistant, Hannah Dunn, who will provide patient care with the team of Dr. Drew Corbett.
Dunn has years of orthopaedic training in the field, including experience in Alabama, Mississippi, and North Carolina. She excelled in athletic training and has notably served as a Certified Athletic Trainer at the Division 1 NCAA level.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Troy University, a master’s degree in Sport Management from the University of Southern Mississippi as well as a second master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of South Alabama.
“I’m so proud to join the team at Baldwin Bone & Joint and stand ready to use my experience and knowledge to help our patients return to a full and active lifestyle,” Dunn said. (photo: Hannah Dunn, PA-C)
Dunn has earned experience in a variety of fields including primary care, surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, emergency medicine and CVT surgery.
“We are so glad to have someone of Hannah’s caliber joining our team,” Dr. Drew Corbett said. “Her background in athletic training will be an asset for our patients and an excellent resource to provide continued excellence in patient care and treatment.” (photo: Drew Corbett, M.D.)
October 13, 2020
Becker’s Spine Review – Alabama orthopedic practice opens Osteo Health Clinic
Daphne, Ala.-based Baldwin Bone & Joint recently opened its Osteo Health Clinic at its main office to help patients develop and maintain optimal bone health. Led by clinical coordinator Holly Scott…
ES Chamber of Commerce – Baldwin Bone & Joint Announces Opening of Osteo Health Clinic with Clinic Coordinator Holly Scott – Daphne, Al-based, Baldwin Bone & Joint is excited to announce the opening of its new Osteo Health Clinic, a comprehensive, patient-centered care facility to help clients develop and maintain optimal bone health. Under the leadership of Clinic Coordinator Holly Scott, CRNP, the Osteo Health Clinic specializes in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis and other related bone conditions.
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Daphne, AL (Oct. 6, 2020) — Baldwin Bone & Joint is pleased to announce that Teri Carroll has joined Workers’ Compensation team member, Helen Wright, as co-coordinator.
Carroll has attained a wealth of knowledge in the health care industry, earning years of experience as a worker’s compensation specialist and team leader in the orthopaedic practice arena.
Carroll adds to the talents of Baldwin Bone & Joint’s existing workers’ compensation team, with fellow co-coordinator Helen Wright, and now boasts over 50 years of combined experience dealing with new patient information, medical records, appointments and authorizations for surgeries and diagnostic testing.
“I am excited for the opportunity to share my experience with the workers’ compensation team at Baldwin Bone & Joint and look forward to working alongside our physicians as we strive to ensure that patients get well and back on the job as soon and safely as possible,” Carroll said.
Daphne, AL (September 11, 2020) — Daphne, Al-based, Baldwin Bone & Joint is excited to announce the opening of its new Osteo Health Clinic, a comprehensive, patient-centered care facility to help clients develop and maintain optimal bone health. Under the leadership of Clinic Coordinator Holly Scott, CRNP, the Osteo Health Clinic specializes in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis and other related bone conditions.
“Osteoporosis is a big issue for a lot of people, especially women over 50 and post-menopausal women,” Scott said. “Nearly half of all women in those groups are likely to have a broken bone or other bone issues due to osteoporosis and 25 percent of men over 50 will likely have the same problems.
Our goal is to be proactive advocates for our patients by utilizing our skills and knowledge to lower their risks for bone loss, fractures, and other health issues. We provide each patient with a personalized treatment plan and preventive care to put them on the path to better bone health, ultimately keeping them in the game of a healthy and active life.”
Greg Shoemaker, Practice Administrator for Baldwin Bone & Joint, presents Holly Alman of Fairhope East Elementary (formerly Fairhope Intermediate) with the first prize cash award for collecting 1,006 pairs of shoes in the 2020 Many More Miles campaign.
Beth Briggs, Executive Director of Family Promise Baldwin County, displays a sample of the 700 pairs of shoes her organization received from Baldwin Bone & Joint’s 2020 Many More Miles campaign.
Local Students Greatest Contributors for Homeless Outreach Ministries
Daphne, AL (September 8, 2020) – Hundreds of Mobile and Baldwin County residents – primarily students and teachers – recently donated gently used shoes to Baldwin Bone & Joint’s 17th Annual Many More Miles Campaign, resulting in 1,586 pairs of shoes finding new life.
Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C., the Port City Pacers, Dr. Glenn Glass, the University of South Alabama Student Recreation Center, and Mobile and Baldwin County schools partnered to collect shoes for the homeless outreach programs of Wings of Life and Family Promise of Baldwin County. The campaign, now in its 17th year, got off to a running start in January and concluded on March 24th.
Mobile and Baldwin County students were challenged to collect shoes for homeless families in the area while earning money for their schools’ P.E. programs. Baldwin Bone & Joint awards cash prizes to the top three participating schools who donate the most shoes. Fairhope East Elementary (formerly Fairhope Intermediate) won first place, collecting 1,006 pairs of shoes and received a $500 cash prize. Mary B. Austin Elementary took second place ($300), and Spanish Fort Elementary received third prize ($200).
Over the years, shoes donated by the local schools have provided the largest collective donation to this important campaign. Other schools participating in this year’s campaign included: Spanish Fort Elementary (BC), Mary B. Austin Elementary (MC), & Dixon Elementary (MC)
DAPHNE, ALA. (July 30, 2020) — Baldwin Bone & Joint in Daphne is proud to announce the addition of Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CRNP) Kaleigh Hornberger to the staff. Hornberger will join the team at The Shoulder Center at Baldwin Bone & Joint, working alongside Medical Director, Dr. John Todd.
Hornberger has practiced as a registered nurse (RN) since 2014. She served with distinction as a corporal in the United States Marine Corps while attending school full-time to pursue her Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of South Alabama. She also earned a Master of Science in nursing for Dual Role Nurse Practitioner (FNP/AGACNP) from the University of South Alabama and was selected for a Sigma Theta Tau appointment for Leadership and GPA in graduate school. (Photo: Kaleigh Hornberger)
Hornberger’s professional focus has been in adult gerontological acute care and operating room safety procedures. She also has earned Critical Care Unit Certification and additional certifications in basic life support and advance cardiac life support.
“We are excited to welcome Kaleigh Hornberger to The Shoulder Center clinical staff,” said John Todd, M.D., The Shoulder Center at Baldwin Bone & Joint. “With her extensive nursing experience and military background, I know Kaleigh will be an incredible asset to our team and look forward to our patients getting to know her.” (Photo: Dr. John Todd)
Hornberger is accepting new patients immediately. Appointments may be scheduled online by visiting www.theshouldercenter.net or by calling 251.625.2663.
About Dr. John L. Todd
Dr. John Todd, Medical Director of The Shoulder Center at Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C., is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in both shoulder reconstruction and sports medicine. Dr. Todd has been in practice for more than 20 years, and his primary clinical focus is non-operative and operative care of the shoulder. He has dedicated his career to helping patients with both chronic degenerative problems and injuries of the shoulder as part of Baldwin Bone & Joint – a group of fellowship-trained orthopedic specialists. The Shoulder Center has office locations in Daphne and Orange Beach, AL. For more information, call 251.625.2663 or visit www.theshouldercenter.net
DAPHNE, ALA. (July 23, 2020) —The Spine Institute at Baldwin Bone & Joint is expanding its practice with the addition of Kristy W. Barrentine, a board-certified Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Barrentine’s clinical focus has been spine treatment, with experience in both neurosurgery and interventional pain management.
Barrentine became a registered nurse in 2004 and earned a Master of Science in nursing in 2009 from the University of South Alabama. She has worked in hospital and outpatient specialty settings in Biloxi, Pascagoula and Ocean Springs, Miss., and moved to the Mobile/Baldwin County area to practice with a private pain management group until most recently. (photo: Kristy W. Barrentine, ACNP)
“We are delighted Kristy Barrentine joined our team at The Spine Institute,” said Charles Gordon, M.D., The Spine Institute at Baldwin Bone & Joint. “Her extensive experience working with patients who suffer from neck and spine injuries makes her a great fit for our practice. We can’t wait for our patients to get to know Kristy.”
Barrentine is a member of the American Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society, and Bay Area Society of Nurse Practitioners.
Barrentine is available for new patients immediately. Appointments may be scheduled online by visiting thespineinstitutebbj.com or by calling 251.625.2663.
Long-term Mobile, Al-based Orthopaedic Specialist Moves Practice to Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C.
DAPHNE, AL (June 26, 2020) – The physicians and staff of Baldwin Bone & Joint are pleased to announce the association of fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. William I. Park, IV, FAAOS.
Park brings to new and current patients of Baldwin Bone & Joint more than 20 years of experience and fellowship-training in treating complex, lower extremity issues whether congenital, degenerative or traumatic. With a wide range of experience and skills, Park additionally treats everything from bunions and hammertoes to tendon reconstructions, ankle and foot arthritis and trauma to arthroscopic knee surgeries and knee replacements.
“The most important lesson I have learned is that orthopaedic issues must be managed within the context of each patient as an individual,” says Park. “That is why I will spend the necessary time with each and every patient determining the correct diagnosis and maximizing conservative treatment while being fully proficient in state-of-the-art arthroscopic, minimally invasive, and complex reconstructive techniques that may be required to speed along that patient’s recovery, optimize their function and return them to a healthy, active lifestyle.”
Park completed both his medical residency and fellowship training in foot and ankle surgery at the University of Tennessee’s renowned Campbell Clinic in Memphis, TN. He is board-certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. Through his more than two decades of orthopaedic practice, he has become adept at treating patients of all ages, and activity levels from children to weekend warriors to competitive athletes.
After spending his formative years in Mobile, Al, Park received his undergraduate degree in zoology from Duke University to maximize his exposure to anatomy and biomechanics which transitioned into his passion for orthopaedics. He then completed medical school at the University of Alabama School of Medicine in 1997. His fellowship-training in foot and ankle surgery took place at the Campbell Clinic, Memphis, TN.
Park comes to the Baldwin Bone & Joint team of fellowship-trained othopaedic specialists following over 20 years of practice based in Mobile, AL. Park will continue to see patients from Mobile and Baldwin Counties as well as surrounding communities, at Baldwin Bone & Joint’s Daphne, Al office.
Appointments with Park may be scheduled by calling 251.625.2663 or visiting baldwinboneandjoint.com.
To all our patients and their families, please know your health and well-being continue to be our top priority. The physicians and staff of Baldwin Bone & Joint remain committed to taking extra precautions during this historic COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak as we continue the gradual process of easing restrictions and lifting the State’s “stay at home” order. Please take a moment to read helpful information below to keep in mind as you prepare for your next visit with us.
Screening patients who may be at risk for COVID-19 (Coronavirus): All patients will be screened for COVID-19 exposure. Our automated pre-registration system will guide each patient through a series of questions that will help identify those risks. Patients with COVID-19 symptoms may be asked to reschedule their appointment as a remote telehealth visit.
Curbside check-in: To maintain additional social distancing, patients can now choose to “skip the lobby” and wait in their vehicle until called back to their exam room. Upon arrival in our parking lot, patients may simply call our front desk (625-2663) and one of our associates will provide instruction.
Telemedicine visits: In many instances, our physicians can serve the needs of patients remotely, using live audio and/or video. Those who choose this option will still receive the world-class care Baldwin Bone & Joint is known for. When scheduling an appointment, please ask an associate if interested in telehealth services.
Available masks for patients and guests: Consistent with Alabama Department of Health guidelines, face coverings are recommended but not required. Patients and guests are welcome to arrive with their own masks or we can provide a disposable mask.
One guest per patient appointment allowed. We ask our patients to limit their appointments to a maximum of one additional person.
Hand sanitizer and wipes available in our lobby and exam room areas. We continue to maintain the highest level of cleanliness and disinfection throughout all our clinic locations. Our lobby areas and exam rooms are adequately stocked with the supplies necessary for our patients and guests to maintain proper hygiene (hand sanitizer, wipes, gloves, tissue, etc.).
This continues to be an uncertain time for all of us but know that Baldwin Bone & Joint remains committed to your health. Until this crisis has passed (and it will pass), our staff remains committed to striving to maintain the same friendly, professional and safe environment you have come to rely upon.
DAPHNE, AL (April 10, 2020) – The continued spread of COVID-19 has called on everyone—and especially the healthcare system—to quickly adapt. Many hospitals have postponed elective surgeries to be rescheduled later as they deal with the current crisis. Elective surgeries are surgeries that are not life-threatening and can be scheduled in advance. The patient chooses to have the surgery to better his or her quality of life. Many orthopaedic surgeries fall under this category even though the underlying conditions can be very serious and the discomfort to the patient can be significant.
What can a patient do when his or her surgery is postponed due to COVID-19 safety measures? Though many orthopaedic conditions are not life-threatening, they can be painful and restrict your movement. Here’s some helpful advice on how patients can alleviate their pain while they wait for surgery.
- For certain sports injuries, you’ll want to participate in a physical therapy program to maintain strength and range of motion as you await your surgery.
- For knee injuries, you may need to minimize movements that use your knee, such as jumping and running—and also consider using additional knee support in some cases.