Why Choose Us?

Florida Sports Injury and Orthopedic Institute is a world-class healthcare center run by dedicated, compassionate and highly skilled medical professionals who genuinely care about your successful recovery. To read more on why you are better off being with a healthcare provider that is trustworthy and reliable as we are, click the link below.

Our Staff

Dr. Amit Varma

Amit Varma, M.D., is a double board certified orthopedic surgeon who is double sports fellowship trained. Dr. Varma earned his bachelor’s degree in Chemistry/Biology from the University of Manitoba where he was a Dean’s Honor’s List graduate. He received his medical degree from the University of Manitoba Medical School.

Patient Info

At Florida Sports Injury and Orthopedic Institute, we believe that an educated patient is an empowered patient and that is why we have a put together a collection of educational sections for the purpose of giving our clients timely, up-to-date and educational information. Also find a comprehensive set of downloads, links, articles, and so much more.


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Latest News

9th Jun 2016

Florida Sports Injury & Orthopedic Institute and Dr. Amit Varma are pleased to announce that Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Sergio Martinez, has joined our group effective June 13, 2016.

Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Martinez specializes in Anterior Approach Total Hip Replacement and Total Joint, Knee Replacement surgeries. He will be treating patients of all ages with services including: Trauma, Fracture care, Knee pain, Hip pain and general orthopedics. Dr. Martinez is a long-time Florida resident and has been providing families convenient, compassionate healthcare here since 2009. He earned his Doctorate of Osteopathy degree from Philadelphia Collage of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency at Broward Health Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida in Orthopedic Surgery.

29th Aug 2015

The current weather forecast indicates that Hurricane Erika will be over South Florida in the early hours of Monday morning. At this time Florida Sports Injury and Orthopedic Institute has not made a decision as to whether we will close on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.