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Dr. Belongie’s Specialties

Dr. Belongie covers a variety of conditions and has further, in depth knowledge on specific disorders.

These include:

Dr. Belongie - Tampa Orthopedic SurgeonDr. Belongie

Dr. Belongie graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis. He received his orthopedic training at Tulane University with a pediatric rotation done at the Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital of Atlanta, after which he finished his training by spending two years at the prestigious Campbell Clinic in Memphis Tennessee. As an Orthopedic specialist, Dr. Belongie can get you on the road to recovery quickly. For a consultation call 727-935-0330.


There are multiple ways for an Orthopedist to treat your pain and injuries including surgery and mechanical devices to correct the issue. The exact treatment will depend on your condition, pain levels, and what is causing that pain. Treatment can range from physical therapy to surgery. Seeing a specialist is important because they are the most knowledgeable about various treatment options and have seen first hand what delivers the best results. If you are living with pain in your bones or joints, you can get relief by seeing an Orthopedic specialist.

What does an Orthopedic Surgeon do?

Orthopedic surgeons examine patients, diagnose conditions, and treat diseases or injuries related to the musculoskeletal system. They help patient’s bones, muscles, nerves, ligaments, tendons, and joints function properly so they can have a full range of motion without any pain. This can transform the lives of patients that are living with chronic pain and injuries. With over 206 bones in the body, there are many things that can go wrong, causing pain and limiting someone’s daily activities. It is important to see a specialist, rather than a general practitioner, as they have the most knowledge in how to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions.

Orthopedic surgeons are most known for their activities in the sports medicine field, but they treat people of all ages and abilities. Areas like rehabilitation have a vast impact on the elderly that are frequently undergoing things like hip replacements.

Locations:  Clearwater, FL

Health Experts and Community

Bodyweight and Total Joint Replacements

A discussion about being overweight is one that your orthopaedic surgeon may need to have with you especially if you are considering having your hip or knee replaced.  While this can be a very sensitive and personal issue for some, it is one that needs to be addressed to give you the best chance  Read More

A Snapping Hip

Periodically, I will have patients who come to see me for a snapping or popping sound arising from their hip.  While most say that it is not painful, it is usually described as an annoyance and in some cases, may lead to discomfort. So what is this and what causes it?The hip joint is madeRead More

Stem Cells Treatment Knee Pain

Stem Cells Treatment Knee Pain Progressive wear of the articular cartilage in the knee from age related changes resulting in pain, stiffness, and immobility is commonly known as osteoarthritis. Traditional treatments have included medications, corticosteroid injections, and surgery for some. Regenerative  Read More

What is Orthopedics?
What is Orthopedics? Orthopedics is the study of bones, joints, and nerves – anything in the musculoskeletal system. Originally orthopedics was created to help children that were suffering from terrible pain and diseases. Now Orthopedic Specialists treat patients of all ages that are suffering from rheumatic diseases, musculoskeletal injuries, chronic pain and arthritis. If you are in constant pain, or experiencing frequent intense pain, in your bones, joints or nerves you need to speak with an Orthopedists as they can provide you with the pain relief needed to enjoy life again.

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