Expanding Our Location Footprint

Posted on 05-24-2024 in New Location by Dr. Brett Smith, Dr. Ryan Riggs

Since initially forming in 2008 as Andrews Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Center, North Florida Bone & Joint Specialists has continued to grow and evolve. Our latest expansion began in the fall of last year when we welcomed Dr. Ryan Riggs, our second fellowship-trained sports medicine physician. The addition of Dr. Riggs was quickly followed by Dr. Brett Smith joining the group, bringing with him his expertise in total joint replacement and adult reconstruction surgery of the knee and hip.

To accommodate this rapid growth, we are proud to announce the extension of our physical footprint with two new office locations – a second office on Davis Hwy. in Pensacola and a new office in Fort Walton Beach.

Our new Pensacola office will open on April 1 at 4304 N. Davis Hwy., Ste. A, and is just south of our Foot & Ankle Center located at 4406 N. Davis Hwy. Dr. Smith and Dr. Riggs will be available for appointments at this new location and will continue to see patients in Ste. 207 at the Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in Gulf Breeze.

The new Fort Walton Beach location opens March 25 in Uptown Station at 73 Eglin Pkwy. NE, Ste. 111, marking the first North Florida Bone and Joint Specialists office serving our patients directly in Okaloosa and Walton Counties. This new location provides patients with comprehensive physical and occupational therapy services as well as on-site imaging. Beginning April 19, Dr. Riggs will also be available on-site for office visits.

The addition of these two new locations demonstrates our continued commitment to accessibility by reducing travel time and costs for our patients. Learn more about the conditions our expert subspecialists treat, or use the links below to request appointments with Dr. Riggs or Dr. Smith.

Request an Appointment with Dr. Ryan Riggs (Sports Medicine)
Request an Appointment with Dr. Brett Smith (Total Joint Replacement & Adult Reconstruction)

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