Dec 30, 2022
Bay Business News
BALDWIN BONE & JOINT ANNOUNCES 19TH “MANY MORE MILES” SHOE DRIVE: For the 19th year, Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C. will host its “Many More Miles” campaign and, for the second consecutive year, will partner with Baldwin County Public Schools and City Hope Church. Since its inception, response to the campaign has grown from 200 pairs donated in 2004 to a record-breaking 2,728 pairs contributed most recently.
Shoe donations for 2023 will be accepted starting January 9, 2023, with final shoe drop-offs received at the 2023 Azalea Trail Run on March 25, 2023. Baldwin Bone & Joint will again award cash prizes to Physical Education programs of the top three Baldwin County Public Schools that donate the most shoes. In addition, the class that brings in the most shoes overall will receive a Chick-fil-A party, and the teacher will be awarded a cash prize provided by City Hope Church. Additionally, in partnership with the ongoing community shoe drive, City Hope Church will host “Deliver Hope” on March 12. Congregants are encouraged to donate their gently worn shoes to any of the church’s campuses across the Gulf Coast.
Dec 2, 2022
Gulf Coast Media
BALDWIN BONE AND JOINT ADDS THERAPIST, EXPANDS SERVICES: Baldwin Bone & Joint is recently announced the addition of Leslie B. Davis, occupational therapist and certified hand therapist, to its hand, elbow and shoulder services team. Davis has over two decades of clinical experience and a specialty in hand therapy and joins Baldwin Bone & Joint and Dr. Allison Hunter, a fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon, in treating patients with injuries and conditions from the shoulders to the fingertips.
Nov 21, 2022
Bay Business News
NEW THERAPIST AT BALDWIN BONE & JOINT: Baldwin Bone & Joint of Daphne recently announced the addition of Leslie B. Davis, occupational therapist and certified hand therapist, to its hand, elbow and shoulder services team. Davis joins Dr. Allison Hunter, fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon, in treating patients with injuries and conditions from the shoulders to the fingertips. Davis holds a BS in occupational therapy rom the University of South Alabama, occupational therapy licenses from Alabama, Florida and the U.S., and has practiced as a certified hand therapist since 2017. She is a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists and is a former communications chairperson of the Alabama Occupational Therapy Association.
July 27, 2022
Bay Business News
Dr. Allison Hunter, fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon with Baldwin Bone & Joint, will discuss common causes and solutions for hand and wrist issues at a free community education seminar on August 16. Hunter will present “I Have My Grandmother’s Hands – Solutions for Common Ailments of the Hand and Wrist” at the Orange Beach Senior Activity Center from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Topics include carpal tunnel syndrome, small joint arthritis, and tendonitis of the hand and wrist.
Hunter received her medical degree from the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 2015. She completed her orthopedic surgery residency at UAB and fellowship training at the Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center at Thomas Jefferson University in Pennsylvania. Throughout her training, Hunter has worked with patients of all ages, treating everything from arthritis, tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome to neuropathies, hand, wrist and elbow fractures and tendon reconstructions.