The Honda Classic

Jupiter Medical Center is the proud First Aid Partner of The Honda Classic.


The Honda Classic brings the world's best PGA TOUR players to Palm Beach County, providing a week of entertainment for the entire community, with a greater goal of supporting South Florida charities through the Children's Healthcare Charity, Inc.
For more information about The Honda Classic, please visit the website HERE.

"Meet the Medical Experts" Radio Segments

Click on the links below to hear some of JMC's physicians interviewing with Russ Evans from ESPN 760AM.

Vijay Sharma, MD, Otolaryngology

The beautiful weather we experience year-round in South Florida means natives and visitors are prone to spending time outdoors. Sometimes, many people who enjoy our environment are unaware of their tree pollen and grass allergies. It is important to learn how to treat your allergies or learn what you are allergic to. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Sharma talk about how to treat your allergies.

Wade Van Sice, MD, Orthopedic Surgery
Repetitive motion is the culprit in more than half of all athletic-related injuries. Playing golf, throwing a ball, swimming or lifting weights can cause problems with muscles, ligaments, and tendons in your shoulders. It's important to know how to protect yourself against serious injury and learn your options should your require surgery. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Van Sice talk about shoulder injury and repair.

Matthew Harris, MD, Orthopedic Surgery
Hip impingement, also known as femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), is a common condition for golfers and other athletes. The result is painful friction during hip movements that may damage the joint. Dr. Harris is leading the way with innovative minimally-invasive techniques that could help athletes avoid hip replacement. Click HERE to learn more.

Matthew Capuano, MD, Medical Director, Urgent Care
It's the weekend or nighttime, and someone in the family doesn't feel well or has hurt themselves. Many people assume the local hospital emergency department is the best place to go for treatment, but an urgent care center may be a faster and cheaper way to get care for less serious conditions. Click HERE to listen as Dr. Capuano explains when an urgent care center is appropriate to meet your health needs.

Michael Leighton, MD, Orthopedic Surgery
Jupiter Medical Center’s Frank E. and Mary D. Walsh Robotic Surgery Program added the RIO® Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopedic System from MAKO Surgical Corporation, which will allow surgeons to perform MAKOplasty® partial knee resurfacing. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Leighton talk about MAKOplasty®.

Andrew Noble, MD, Orthopedic Surgery
Technology at the Orthopedic Center of Excellence at Jupiter Medical Center includes the HANA™ table designed exclusively for Hip Arthroplasty. This allows surgery to be performed using an anterior approach with a single incision, without detaching the muscle from the pelvis. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Noble talk about the HANA™ table.

K Adam Lee, MD, Thoracic Surgeon
Jupiter Medical Center’s Thoracic Surgery & Lung Center is dedicated to the prevention, early detection, treatment and care of patients with lung cancer and other diseases of the chest and lung. This is a unique program that spans the entire continuum of care and streamlines the diagnosis and coordination of treatment to achieve better outcomes. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Lee talk about the importance of healthy lungs.

Robert Biscup, DO, Orthopedic/Spine Surgery
If you or someone you love is suffering from back pain, it's important to be able to determine the exact cause. There are now advanced treatment options available for back and spine surgical procedures, including minimally-invasive spine surgery. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Biscup talk about golf: back pain and back surgery.

Vincent Fowble, MD, Orthopedic Surgery
There are many injuries that can happen in sports at any age. Overtime, the injury may progress and lead to osteoarthritis in the joints. It's important to know what surgical options are out there. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Fowble talk about total joint repair. 

De Anne Harris Collier, MD, PA, FAAD, Dermatology/Dermatologic Surgery
When you live in the Florida sun, protecting your skin is very important. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Collier talk about the importance of protecting yourself from the sun while golfing and playing sports.

Melisa Estes, MD, Physical Medicine

Everybody has different levels of pain in their body as well as tolerance levels. If at all possible, surgery can be avoided - and you can get back to doing the things you enjoy. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Estes discuss pain management conservative treatments.

Matthew Stiebel, MD, Orthopedic Surgery

The golf swing is not a natural movement for the body, and therefore, may cause injury. Shoulder and elbow injuries are most commom for golfers. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Stiebel discuss pectoral tears related to golf.

Catherine Drourr, MD, Internal Medicine

Lifestyle factors as well as portion control play a role in weight management. If you are headed out to the golf course, make sure you are fully hydrated. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Drourr discuss nutrition and weight loss for men.

Ryan Simovitch, MD, Orthopedic Surgery

The golf swing puts a lot of stress on the body, especially the shoulder. A rotator cuff injury is most common in golfers. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Simovitch discuss shoulder injuries related to golf.

David Lickstein, MD, Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery cases have grown in the male population over the last five years. Learn what the most common plastic/cosmetic surgery procedures men request. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Lickstein discuss plastic surgery options for men.

David Fischman, DPM, Podiatry

As golfers, your feet can take a beating on the golf course. The golf swing is not a natural movement, and can put stress on the body - especially the feet. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Fischman dicuss foot care and how common problems can be prevented.

Murray Goldberg, MD, Urology

Prostate cancer defense begins at age 40. Know your stats so you can take control of your health. Click HERE to listen to Dr. Goldberg discuss diseases of the prostate.