Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic (TOC) Welcomes New Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician

Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic (TOC) Welcomes New Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic (TOC), recently welcomed Susanna Zorn, MD, to its team of providers. Dr. Zorn is board-certified in Primary Care Sports Medicine and has worked extensively with the University of Florida and Florida A&M University, providing care to athletes.

She specializes in musculoskeletal care, with expertise in sports-related injuries, non-operative fractures, management of arthritis, and biologics.

A native to Tallahassee, Dr. Zorn earned her medical degree from the Florida State University College of Medicine before completing her residency in family medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She then completed her fellowship in sports medicine at the University of Florida. Dr. Zorn provides a comprehensive range of care from preventative medicine, musculoskeletal care, and sports injury prevention and treatment.

“Being the team physician for multiple university athletics, and given her personal passion in competitive sports, Dr. Zorn is dedicated to helping athletes and enthusiasts of all types stay healthy and perform at their full potential,” said Mike Boblitz, Chief Executive Officer. “We are very excited to have her join our team of sports medicine experts continuing to improve the health and vitality of our active community.”

Dr. Zorn will be accepting new patients at TOC’s Capital Medical Clinic located at 3334 Capital Medical Blvd., Tallahassee, Florida, 32308. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call (850) 877-8174 or schedule online at www.teamtoc.com.

Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic (“TOC”) was founded in 1972 as the first medical practice in North Florida dedicated exclusively to orthopedics. Today, TOC continues to grow with seven locations, 30 physicians, 47 physician extenders and more than 350 employees.

The TOC staff includes highly trained and experienced orthopedic surgeons, musculoskeletal and family medicine physicians, pain management physicians, certified physician assistants (PA-C), advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNP), registered nurses (RN), physical therapists, occupational therapists, behavioral therapists, certified athletic trainers (ATC), certified orthotists/prosthetists providers, a research director, and an extensive support team of technical and medical assistants.

TOC physicians serve as the Official Team Physicians of Florida State University athletics, Florida A&M University athletics, and Tallahassee Community College athletics.

For more information, visit www.teamtoc.com.

8 Responses to "Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic (TOC) Welcomes New Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician"

  1. LOL! skeptic might have some lingering head trauma from one of these prior incidents that required you get so much surgery. In all serious concern, get checked out for a potential tbi? I sincerely wish you the best in your journey for improved health.

  2. @No Better,

    The “prejudicial bias” is yours and yours alone in that you have a problem with people that don’t adhere to your exact philosophies.

    A picture of the doctor in her underwear, bikini, Jane Mansfield bra, v-neck blouse that plunges to her waist or any of a hundred other things that emphasizes hetero-sexuality in a professional environment would be inappropriate.

    That she present herself in that professional environment so that her homo-sexuality is at least as important and her profession gives several of us reservations about her priorities. It’s a fair concern.

  3. Some of yall got some real prejudicial bias against this girl without having any information/evidence to base your conclusions on. Why dont you wait to judge someones professional abilities by there career reputation, or someone political positions based on there statements/actions on the issue. You dont think there can be lesbian republicans? or younger skilled/knowledge medical professionals? I dont know one way or the other here specifically. im just saying its pretty crappy and fuels divisiveness to imply/accuse with no underlying support for your comments.

  4. @A Skeptic
    The doctor and her “wife” are both LGBTQ activists to add to the woke agenda voter base here. That is my reservation.
    Another nudge towards the leftist chasm.

  5. TOC should pay me royalties. A significant portion of several doctor’s “education” came from working in me.

    Regarding the article, does anyone else have reservations about this doctor? An obviously female first name with masculine glasses and hair style.

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