Cape Fear Sports Medicine (Dr. Dale Boyd)

Dale Boyd, MD and Debbie Sherman, PA-C have been providing care for your orthopedic needs for 24 years! They take pride in offering one on one personal care to each and every patient.

Patient directed and quality driven!

Operating as usual

12/19/2019

A delicious gift from one of Dr. Boyd’s favorite patients! Thank you, Ms. Stephens!!

[10/17/19]   Our Saturday Clinic will be running again this Saturday Oct 19th. You can call us to set up an appt (910) 790-9714 or just walk on in. All patients will see Dr. Dale Boyd, MD.

[10/07/19]   Starting this Saturday October 13th we will be offering a Saturday Sports Medicine Walk In Clinic. Hours are from 9am-12pm and will occur every Saturday AM until further notice. You can call for an appointment or just come in. Patients are seen by Dr. Boyd.
For more info call (910) 790-9714

[10/01/19]   Dr. Boyd is pleased to announce expansion of his Sports Medicine Practice to include Total Knee Arthroplasty. This will allow our practice to provide a comprehensive approach to knee arthritis, from cartilage preservation to replacement.

[09/30/19]   We are here for your orthopedic needs! Same day appointments for your acute injuries. Call us today (910) 790-9714

threebestrated.com 11/22/2018

3 Best Orthopedics in Wilmington, NC - Top Picks 2018

Humbled by inclusion of Top 3
Orthopaedic Surgeons in Wilmington, NC https://threebestrated.com/orthopedics-in-wilmington-

threebestrated.com Handpicked Top 3 Orthopedics in Wilmington, NC. How do we actually find? ThreeBestRated.com 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, reviews, ratings, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence.

[09/19/18]   The office is closing for the remainder of today. We will reopen at 8:30 a.m.

[09/19/18]   Our office is open and our phones are working. A/C is having problems, but we are here!

[09/17/18]   Due to Hurricane Florence, our office is closed until further notice. If you have an orthopedic emergency, please go to the nearest emergency room. At this time, the answering service phone lines are down. We can be reached through Facebook for any questions.

06/15/2018

This is a 13 year old who sustained a soccer injury to her left knee. This sequence of pictures shows fixation of an osteochondral fracture of an adolescent’s knee using Biocompression screws to restore normal anatomy after injury. The defect shown is on the end of the femur on the outside of the knee. This injury is typically due to a sheering type force such as when the patella dislocates and chips off a piece of the cartilage. This fixation is to allow normal function to be restored and prevent future arthritis. @ Wilmington, North Carolina

06/14/2018

An intraoperative Lachman Test is being performed in this video for assessment of an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear. This test is a very sensitive diagnostic test that is used clinically to assess an ACL tear. The left knee shows a normal Lachman test. This is depicted with the knee having a clear stopping point. However, on the right knee the Lachman Test is grossly positive with no end point. Also, a positive pivot shift is shown in the right knee due to the instability created by the ACL tear.

05/28/2018
05/23/2018

🐾Dogs welcome anytime. People by appointment only. 🐾
At CFSM, we always enjoy special visits from four legged friends!

05/16/2018

Thank you, teachers!
#redfored #thankyou #ncteachers

04/25/2018

This sequence of images shows a patellar tendon rupture with subsequent repair. This new technology using an Internal Brace made of suture rather than metal allows for early rehabilitation, decreases tension on the repair, and avoids the need for hardware removal after healing.

The last picture in this sequence shows defect in the patellar tendon prior to surgery. (Circled in red)

#arthrex #kneesurgery #orthopedicsurgery #sportsmedicine #patellartendonrupture @ Cape Fear Hospital

12/05/2017

Free For Runners! An Educational Presentation and Running Gait Analysis Presented by Dale W. Boyd, Jr. MD. Topics include:Common Injuries in Runners, Treatment Considerations, Injury Prevention, Gait Analysis, Running Shoes, Stretching Demonstration, Flexibility/Stetching Handouts, Q&A with Dr. Boyd, Dan Duffy, LTA, ATC, CSCS and Kirsten Mills

05/22/2017

Subchondroplasty

At CFSM, painful osteoarthritis of the knee associated with MRI confirmed subchondral edema consistent with insufficiency fractures, can be treated with SUBCHONDROPLASTY in select patients. This is a new technology to stabilize painful insufficiency fractures of the tibia and femur frequently associated with underlying osteoarthritis, using injectable calcium phosphate performed in combination with knee arthroscopy to address any other pathology.

05/15/2017

AAOS Informed Patient Tutorial

Would you like to learn about anterior cruciate ligament tears?

http://www.orthoinfo.org/icm/default.cfm?screen=icm004_s01_p1

orthoinfo.org Welcome to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons' Informed Patient Program. These online learning modules have been developed by orthopaedic surgeons to help you better understand your condition and the treatments your doctor recommends.

05/10/2017

Cape Fear Sports Medicine (Dr. Dale Boyd)

05/10/2017

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05/10/2017

Cape Fear Sports Medicine (Dr. Dale Boyd)

AUTOGRAFT vs ALLOGRAFT: Decision making for ACL reconstruction
An autograft is one's own tissue harvested to reconstruct the torn ACL. An allograft is cadaveric tissue which is processed to limit bacteria viral exposure to the patient. This processing may weaken the tissue and lead to increased risk of ACL graft failure compared to autograft use, especially in the young athlete.
Our goal at CFSM is return to preinjury level of participation with decreased risk of graft failure!

[05/10/17]   Did you know that girls are more likely to tear their ACL than boys? At Cape Fear Sports Medicine, we specialize in returning all athletes back to their preinjury level following reconstruction of their ACL!

imis.sportsmed.org 05/09/2017

Softball Injuries | Softball Injury Prevention & Treatment

Yesterday was baseball, today fast pitch softball players!

http://imis.sportsmed.org/AOSSMIMIS/STOP/STOP/Prevent_Injuries/Softball_Injury_Prevention.aspx

imis.sportsmed.org Softball injury prevention information. Tips on preventing softball injuries and identifying overuse and trauma injuries in kids.

orthoinfo.org 05/08/2017

Elbow Injuries in the Throwing Athlete-OrthoInfo - AAOS

With baseball season in full swing, recognize the most common elbow injuries.
http://www.orthoinfo.org/topic.cfm?topic=A00644

orthoinfo.org

stopsportsinjuries.org 05/05/2017

Golf Injuries | Golf Injury Prevention & Treatment

Does the Wells Fargo Championship make you want to play golf? http://www.stopsportsinjuries.org/STOP/STOP/Prevent_Injuries/Golf_Injury_Prevention.aspx

stopsportsinjuries.org Golf injury prevention information. Tips on preventing basketball injuries and identifying overuse and trauma injuries in kids.

03/12/2017

At CFSM, we use cartilage implant procedures to prevent early arthritis, control pain and allow return to sports after cartilage injuries: This is a Cartiform procedure using an allograft bone and cartilage combination to replace a 2 cm cartilage injury in a young athlete. Cartiform grafts can also be used in cases of Osteochondritis Dissecans to graft cartilage defects.

youtube.com 03/09/2017

Cape Fear Sports Medicine, PA

We now have a YouTube channel!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrzD04C0f6E93TLD_AkRFag

youtube.com Cape Fear Sports Medicine was founded by Dale W. Boyd, Jr., MD in 2001. Dr. Boyd has been in practice in Wilmington, NC for 24 years. Dr. Dale Boyd and Debbi...

03/08/2017

What is sports medicine?

What is sports medicine?

03/06/2017

ACL Grafts

AUTOGRAFT vs ALLOGRAFT: Decision making for ACL reconstruction
An autograft is one's own tissue harvested to reconstruct the torn ACL. An allograft is cadaveric tissue which is processed to limit bacteria viral exposure to the patient. This processing may weaken the tissue and lead to increased risk of ACL graft failure compared to autograft use, especially in the young athlete.
Our goal at CFSM is return to preinjury level of participation with decreased risk of graft failure!

02/13/2017

OATS Procedure: Osteochondral Autograft Transfer Surgery
Using a cartilage plug from a nonarticular donor site to replace damage cartilage on a critical weight bearing site. This is done in a single stage procedure. At Cape Fear Sports Medicine, we use a variety of autologous and allograft cartilage procedures to PRESERVE the knee joint.

02/13/2017
02/12/2017

Cape Fear Sports Medicine (Dr. Dale Boyd)

Shoulder Instability /Labral Tear: At Cape Fear Sports Medicine we provide anatomic repair of ligament/labral injuries to the shoulder to restore stability and function. At CFSM we emphasize PRESERVATION over replacement.

02/12/2017

Bankart Repair

Shoulder Instability /Labral Tear: At Cape Fear Sports Medicine we provide anatomic repair of ligament/labral injuries to the shoulder to restore stability and function. At CFSM we emphasize PRESERVATION over replacement.

01/05/2017

ALL: The Missing Link in ACL Surgery?

ALL (Anterolateral Ligament) Reconstruction. Athletes who have significant hyperextension of their knee with an associated ACL tear may benefit from this procedure especially, if they plan to return to cutting and pivoting sports. At CFSM we specialize in care for athletes of all ages.

12/26/2016

Meniscal Repair

At CFSM, we emphasize preservation (REPAIR) over removal with regard to meniscal tears. MENISCAL REPAIR = preservation of normal meniscal anatomy thru repair vs removal(menisectomy).Repairing the meniscus maintains the normal biomechanical shock absorbtion capability of the meniscus and may prevent early arthritis. At CFSM we have extensive experience with meniscal repair techniques with, and with out combined ACL injuries.

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Subchondroplasty
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ALL: The Missing Link in ACL Surgery?
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6019 Oleander Dr, Ste 200
Wilmington, NC
28403

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday 08:30 - 17:00
Friday 08:30 - 17:00
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