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Many More Miles Campaign Proves Successful for Tenth Consecutive Year
Shoe Donations to Benefit Homeless Ministries
Daphne, AL (April 12, 2013) - Hundreds of people in Baldwin and Mobile Counties recently “shared their soles” by donating used shoes to Baldwin Bone & Joint’s Many More Miles Campaign. Thanks to an overwhelming response to the 2013 program, 1,867 pairs of shoes will land on the feet of people who really need them.
The gently used shoes have been given new life thanks to Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C., Mobile and Baldwin County YMCA branches, the Port City Pacers and McCoy Outdoor Co., who for the tenth year partnered to collect shoes for the homeless outreach programs of Wings of Life and Discovery Ministries. The donations got off to a running start in January and concluded at the Azalea Trail Run held on March 23rd.
Students in Mobile and Baldwin Counties were also given a special opportunity to collect shoes and earn money for their schools’ PE programs. Fairhope Intermediate won first place collecting 529 pairs of shoes and will receive a $300 prize. Gilliard Elementary took second place and a $200 prize, and Christ the King Catholic School and Phillips Preparatory School tied for third place and a $100 prize.
Chuck Carlisle, Pete McGriff (student), Carol Broughton, Andy Benton,
Mia King (student), Betty Stejskal
McCoy Outdoor Co. of Mobile collects old running shoes year-round, so anyone who missed this year’s campaign may deposit shoes in the bin located in front of the store on Springhill Avenue.
Drs. John Todd and Paul Canale and Practice Administrator, Chuck Carlisle of Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C. proudly display the mountain of shoes collected during the 2013 Many More Miles campaign. The 1,867 pairs of shoes were donated to the homeless outreach programs of Wings of Life and Discovery Ministries.
Baldwin Bone & Joint Welcomes New General Orthopaedist, Matthew Goldman, MD
Daphne native eager to provide care for his hometown community
Daphne, Alabama (July 21, 2011) - Baldwin Bone & Joint (BB&J) is pleased to welcome Matthew “Matt” Goldman, MD, as general orthopaedist to its practice. A graduate of The University of Alabama Medical School, Dr. Goldman completed his residency at UAB in July and begins seeing new patients at BB&J's Daphne clinic beginning Monday, August 1.
Dr. Goldman's experience at UAB, a referral center for the most extreme orthopaedic cases, has uniquely prepared him for his BB&J responsibilities, where he will diagnose and treat all orthopaedic conditions with the goal of returning patients as quickly as possible to activities. An athlete at both Christ the King and Daphne High School, Goldman appreciates how active people are in this area.
“I'm committed to educating patients about their treatment options and want them to be proactive in their care. By educating patients and identifying our expectations together, we can develop a strategy to accomplish our treatment goals,” notes Goldman. To that end, he will host community education talks on relevant sports and orthopaedic topics. (Photo: Matthew “Matt” Goldman, MD)
“Dr. Goldman is the perfect fit for our growing practice. As a general orthopaedist trained to care for all orthopaedic conditions, he complements our fellowship-trained specialists. His personality is warm and approachable, and his care philosophy matches our own,” notes BB&J practice senior partner, Dr. John Todd.
Returning to Daphne to serve his hometown was Dr. Goldman's goal 13 years ago when he matriculated to Birmingham for medical school. Prior to medical school, Dr. Goldman worked in the physical therapy department at Thomas Hospital in Fairhope where he witnessed Baldwin Bone & Joint orthopaedists in action. “I was so impressed by their care protocols and attentiveness to patients. They inspired my decision to become an orthopaedist. It's been my goal since then to work with them, so I couldn't be happier,” explains Dr. Goldman. Along with wife Katherine, an occupational therapist, the Goldmans will make their home in Daphne.
Baldwin Bone & Joint Brings the Magic of Christmas to Children in Need
Salvation Army Angel Tree - Toy Drive Collection
Daphne, AL (November 8, 2011) - For the 8th Christmas season, the employees of Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C. are once again making a difference in the lives of underprivileged boys and girls by collecting toys for the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Toy Drive.
The community is invited to join in the fun by bringing new unwrapped toys to the BB&J Daphne office, located at the corner of Hwy. 64 and Pollard Road, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. The deadline for donations at this location is December 7th. The Salvation Army will distribute these gifts to the Angels who were not adopted through the Angel Tree Program.
For more information contact Heather at Baldwin Bone & Joint at 251-625-2663
Baldwin Bone & Joint welcomes new USA fellow to its Center for Sports Medicine
Dr. Brian Bettencourt is third physician to take part in yearlong fellowship
Daphne, Alabama (October 25, 2010) - The Center for Sports Medicine at Baldwin Bone and Joint in Daphne is a highly regarded facility in the field of sports medicine. In 2008, the USA College of Medicine recognized its excellence and selected the center to provide clinical education for physicians seeking fellowship training in primary care sports medicine. The program, now beginning its third year, welcomes Dr. R. Brian Bettencourt, a primary care sports medicine fellow at the USA School of Medicine.
“I love being here,” said Dr. Bettencourt, a Livermore, Ca. native who completed his family practice residency at USA this year. “I am happy to assist during sporting events,” he said. “I want to be out there, doing what I can to make sure that athletes remain safe and are able to stay in the game.” (Photo: Dr. Brian Bettencourt)
Dr. Bettencourt applies his knowledge of sports medicine on and off the field - providing physicals and treatment to college and high school athletes participating in various sporting events including the USA Jaguar and Daphne High School football programs. He feels that it has been a privilege to train under Drs. John Todd and Drew Corbett. “They are amazing and inspiring teachers,” states Bettencourt. “I have been very impressed by the wide range of skills of the doctors at Baldwin Bone & Joint. The range of orthopaedic specialties here is outstanding.”
Both Dr. Todd and Dr. Corbett are fellowship-trained in sports medicine, which means they have been specially trained to tackle issues related to sports conditioning, injury prevention, diagnosis, physical therapy and surgery. Through the fellowship program, Drs. Todd and Corbett become USA Clinical Adjunct Professors, sharing their expertise with primary care physicians focused on furthering their training in the sports medicine field.
Dr. Bettencourt said the sports medicine doctors and orthopaedic surgeons at BB&J are impressive mentors on many levels. “The doctors here offer a rare mix of technical skill, teaching ability, obvious interpersonal skills and compassion,” he said. Dr. Bettencourt will provide patient care at BB&J under the direction of the Center for Sports Medicine physicians as part of his continued education.
“The physicians at Baldwin Bone & Joint are honored to be part of this exciting fellowship for the third year,” said Dr. Todd. “We are pleased to welcome Dr. Bettencourt to the practice and enjoy working together to help this bright, energetic doctor round out his sports medicine training.”
About the Sports Medicine Clinic at Baldwin Bone & Joint
The Sports Medicine Clinic at Baldwin Bone & Joint was founded in 2008 to provide prevention and treatment of sports related injuries and disease for every type of athlete. The physicians at the Sports Medicine Clinic at Baldwin Bone & Joint are fellowship-trained in sports medicine and are highly skilled in surgical techniques for a variety of sports-related and orthopedic injuries. Patient care is coordinated through a comprehensive team of physicians, physical therapists, athletic trainers and staff to provide personalized assessment and treatment plans to meet individual needs. For more information, visit www.baldwinboneandjoint.com or call 625-2663.
Fairhope Intermediate School Receives Top Prize in Baldwin Bone & Joint's Many More Miles Campaign
Left to right: Dottie McClurg, Administrator, Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C.;
Carol Broughton, Principal; Amelia Shane, Student; Betty Stejskal, Teacher;
Jack Flowers, Student; Harriett Brunson, Assistant Principal.
Baldwin Bone & Joint’s Many More Miles Campaign Proves Successful for Seventh Consecutive Year Shoe Donations to Benefit Homeless Ministries
Daphne, AL (April 7, 2010) - Hundreds of people in Baldwin and Mobile Counties recently “shared their soles” by donating used shoes to Baldwin Bone & Joint’s 7th Annual Many More Miles Campaign. Thanks to an overwhelming response to the 2010 program, 1,846 pairs of shoes will land on the feet of people who really need them.
The gently used shoes have been given new life thanks to Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C., Mobile and Baldwin County YMCA branches, the Port City Pacers, McCoy Outdoor Co. and Dr. Glenn Glass who partnered to collect shoes for the homeless outreach programs of Wings of Life (Mobile) and Discovery Ministries (Fairhope). The donations got off to a running start in January and concluded at the Azalea Trail Run held on March 27th.
Students in Mobile and Baldwin Counties were also given a special opportunity to collect shoes and earn money for their schools’ PE programs. For the first year, Fairhope Intermediate won first place collecting 470 pairs of shoes and will receive a $300 prize. Orange Beach Elementary collected 451 pairs to win second place and a $200 prize, and 2009 top winner, Gilliard Elementary brought in 435 pairs to win third place and a $100 prize.
McCoy Outdoor Co., of Mobile, collects old running shoes year-round, so anyone who missed this year’s campaign may deposit shoes in the bin located in front of the store on Springhill Avenue.