Orthopedics: 912.644.5300
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Orthopedics: 912.644.5300
Surgery Center: 912.629.3534

Medical Center-Tattnall: 912.557.1000
Medical Center-Screven: 912.564.7426

Trainer Hope Price Featured in ‘Statesboro Moments Magazine

Hope Price is an Athletic Trainer at Statesboro High School for Optim Sports Medicine. See the article in Statesboro Moments Magazine Story by Julie Lavender / Photos by Scott Bryant Moments cover mom Hope Stalcup Price, mom of two adopted daughters, is the first to admit that not everyone is called to adopt. But she’s quick

INCLEMENT WEATHER UPDATE

HURRICANE DORIAN (9/5/19: 2:45 pm) 9/6/19 – FRIDAY: We are feeling exceptionally fortunate and thankful to announce all Optim Orthopedics & Optim Health System clinics and facilities will be OPEN and operating under normal business hours. We sincerely appreciate everyone’s patience during Hurricane Dorian. Healing strength to the Bahamas and we are hopeful for the

Dr. Sedory Expands Services in Baxley

Orthopedic Surgeon David M. Sedory, MD, from Optim Orthopedics is now providing orthopedic services at Appling Healthcare in Baxley. A board certified and fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Sedory has been seeing patients at Optim’s Baxley office for the past several years. Optim Healthcare and Appling Healthcare System teamed up recently to offer patients expanded

Optim’s Savannah Bananas Fan of the Year Crowned!

She LOVES the Savannah Bananas and now Donna Sheppard is wearing the crown as Optim Healthcare’s Savannah Bananas Fan of the Year! Donna’s friends nominated her as Fan of the Year because of her awesome enthusiasm for the Bananas. The Optim Fan of the Year was announced at the Savannah Bananas game on Sunday, Aug.

Athletic Trainer Autumn Parsons featured in Effingham Herald

We’re very proud of Autumn Parsons, Optim’s Athletic Trainer at South Effingham High School, for being featured in the Effingham Herald. Thank you to the Effingham Herald for a great feature story/photos by Mark Lastinger. Parsons loves taking care of hobbled Mustangs By Mark Lastinger, Effingham Herald GUYTON — Autumn Sage Parsons doesn’t have her

Hip Arthroscopy: No More Limitations for Kelsey King

The lifelong athlete was suffering from hip pain for for a long time until she found orthopedic surgeon David Sedory, MD. Kelsey King has always led an active lifestyle and participated in sports, so minor injuries are nothing new to her.  That’s why she just tried to ignore the pain in her hip when it

Dr. Judson Williams Earns Prestigious Credential

Optim Health System is proud to announce that Dr. Judson “Jud” Williams recently completed fellowship training and earned the prestigious FAAOMPT credential, signifying that he is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. Dr. Williams is the Director of Physical Therapy for Optim Therapy. A physical therapist with the FAAOMPT credential

Patient Rights & Responsibilities

Your Rights 1. Be treated with respect and kindness. 2. Appropriate and safe treatment for your health condition no matter what race, age, creed, gender, national origin, or source of payment for your care. 3. Be told about your medical condition, treatment and outlook in terms that you can understand, in order to make an

Optim & GSU Host Football Coaches Conference

Optim Sports Medicine, a department of the physician-owned Optim Medical Center-Tattnall, partnered with Georgia Southern University Athletics to host the first Georgia High School Association (GHSA) and Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) Football Coaches Conference for Optim Sports Medicine affiliated teams. The day-long event, “Protecting Our Student Athletes,” was held on Saturday, July 20, at

On the Sidelines with Dr. Delan Gaines

(From Statesboro Magazine, May/June 2019 Issue) Written by Jenny Starling Foss Photography by Frank Fortune             There’s a trophy case right inside the patient entry way at Optim Healthcare’s Orthopedics and Therapy Center on Highway 67 South. Prominently displayed in it is a Georgia Southern football from the 100th game