J. Bradley Sabatini, M.D. specializes in the medical and surgical treatment of injuries, diseases and other conditions of the foot and ankle including bones, cartilage, joint muscles, tendons and ligaments. He earned his medical degree from the University of South Alabama – Mobile, completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Alabama – Birmingham and his fellowship at OrthoCarolina – Charlotte, North Carolina.
TOC Spine Center is expanding with the opening of its new clinic in Florence, Alabama. The clinic will offer access to experienced, certified physician assistant, Shane Palmer, PA-C, and include physical therapy.
Shane Palmer, PA-C, in collaboration with the following spine surgeons: Cyrus Ghavam, MD, Larry Parker, MD, Calame Sammons, MD, Brian Scholl, MD, and Morris Seymour, MD offers specialized diagnosis and treatment of the spine in a convenient location. Rehabilitation services include manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, strength training, conditioning and therapeutic modalities, such as ultrasound and electronic stimulation.
– evaluation and treatment of the spine
– digital x-rays – referrals to specialist as appropriate
Our TOC family mourns the loss of our dear doctor and friend, Allen Goodson.
After a brief, but devastating illness, Dr. Goodson was called home by our Lord. Although sadness fills our hearts, we celebrate the life of Dr. Goodson and the thousands of lives he touched through his remarkable surgical skills and compassion. We ask for everyone’s prayers for Dr. Goodson’s family, friends and our TOC family. View obituary
Our spine surgeons, recognized in America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Spine Surgery by Healthgrades (2015 and 2017) are bringing this new technique to TOC and North Alabama.
Surgical treatment of the spine requires planning and precision crafted around each patient’s unique challenges and anatomy – a process streamlined by Mazor Robotics Technology. That’s why we’ve teamed with Mazor to be the first in North Alabama to bring robotic surgery to our patients needing spine surgery.
The Mazor Robotics system allows our surgeons to use images from a computerized tomography scan (CT scan) that is taken before surgery to create a blueprint for each surgical case. These images allow our surgeon to plan the procedure with a high degree of precision before ever entering the operating room. This new technique provides our surgical patient with smaller incisions for faster recovery time, less exposure to radiation, and improved surgical accuracy. This decreases overall risk during surgery.