See the ABC news story (aired March 2nd & 3rd) about Gary Warren’s Signature Knee Replacement procedure, performed by Dr. Guttentag. Gary and Dr. Guttentag are both interviewed to discuss the procedure and its benefits.
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About the Practice


The goal of the Florida Medical Clinic’s Orthopaedic Division is to provide the highest level of orthopaedic care and technology, while maintaining the patient’s personal and individual needs. Whether you are an injured professional athlete or a weekend warrior, our physicians will do their best to get you “Back in the Game of Life.”

Ira Guttentag, MD, FACS is trained to care for athletes of all levels. Since 2002, he has been the Head Team Physician and Medical Director for the Tampa Bay Lightning. Dr. Guttentag has extensive surgical experience in the areas of Sports Medicine and Knee and Shoulder Reconstruction. He has a particular interest in knee ligament reconstruction, labral repairs, shoulder instability, rotator cuff repairs, meniscus and cartilage repair and regeneration, and total knee replacement. A leader in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee, he specializes in minimally invasive total and partial knee replacement, which allows for a quicker, more pain-free recovery.
Areas of Specialty:
Total Knee Replacement
Dr. Ira Guttentag, head team physician of the Tampa Bay Lightning, is the first Bay Area surgeon selected to perform the new innovative total knee replacement that preserves all of your ligaments.
Tampa Bay Lightning Team Physicians
The team at Florida Medical Clinic has been there every step of the way and with expert providers and over 30 specialties Florida Medical Clinic can take care of your team too. Florida Medical Clinic, official team physicians of the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Dr. Ira Guttentag on Studio10 Discusses Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine and Rapid Recovery Knee Replacement.
Dr. Cronen on Health Matters TV Program talks about correcting and relieving Spine and Spinal Deformities.
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Dr. Guttentag explains the Oxford Partial Knee.
Signature Technique Animation