Dr. Bryan Witt is a fellowship trained orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon. He graduated with honors from the Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine earning a Degree of Osteopathic Medicine. He provides both non-surgical and surgical care for all orthopedic conditions. Dr. Witt enjoys treating orthopedic foot and ankle ailments. He has been awarded certifications and specialized training from Wright Medical to perform patient specific primary and revision total ankle replacements. Dr. Witt also performs patient specific total hip and knee replacements.
Education / Training
Degree of Osteopathic Medicine VCOM - Virginia
Traditional Rotating Internship Suncoast Hospital - Largo, Florida
Orthopedic Surgery Residency Doctors Hospital - Columbus, Ohio
Orthopedic Foot & Ankle Fellowship Orthopedic Associates of Michigan - Grand Rapids, Michigan
Dr. Benjamin Schnee is a fellowship trained Orthopedic Spine Surgeon. As a spine surgeon who specializes in degenerative conditions of the spine, he utilizes a conservative and individualized approach to provide the best care for all of his patients. Dr. Schnee has fellowship training and a preference for less invasive spine surgery approaches. This includes utilization of robotics, minimally invasive surgical technique, and endoscopic spine surgery.
Education / Training
Degree of Osteopathic Medicine LECOM - Bradenton, Florida
Orthopedic Surgery Residency OhioHealth / Doctors Hospital – Columbus, Ohio
Orthopedic Spine Surgery Fellowship Florida Orthopedic Institute – Tampa, FL
Holly Wood, APRN is a Nurse Practitioner working alongside Dr. Bryan Witt. Holly has worked as a Nurse Practitioner in Urgent Care and Orthopedics and as a Nurse in Critical Care, Cardio-thoracic Surgery and Orthopedics since 2009. She graduated from nurse practitioner school with high honors from South University-Tampa.
Holly's approach towards her patients is to continually provide them with the highest standards of care and participate in shared decision making allowing the patient to have a voice and actively participate in their care plan.