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Wellington Regional Hospital Palms West Hospital Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute
MD - University of Florida Residency at Shands Hospital Hand Surgery Fellowship at Jackson Memorial Hospital
ORTHOPEDIC DOCTOR SPECIALIZING IN: Hand, Upper Extremity & General Orthopaedics
Dr. Justin Kearse was born and raised in West Palm Beach and graduated from The King’s Academy. He graduated from the University of Florida with honors in microbiology as an undergraduate, and received his medical degree from University of Florida as well. Dr. Kearse completed an Orthopedic surgery residency at University of Florida-Jacksonville, at Shands Hospital, and also completed a Hand Surgery Fellowship at the University of Miami, at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Subspecialty Certificate in Surgery of the Hand
Dr. Kearse is a candidate member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and a member of the American Association for Hand Surgery. He has published research in the Journal of Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation, and had a poster presentation at the Florida Orthopaedic Society.
Dr. Kearse is thrilled to be back in his hometown to practice orthopedics with Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute. He trained in general orthopaedics, and the subspecialty of hand, wrist, and elbow, and has a special interest in restoring the function of patients, particularly with hand and upper extremity problems. He works with patients to develop a treatment program that best suits their current condition and will often provide multiple non-operative interventions through the use of activity modifications, medications, injections, bracing and therapy.