Samotin Orthopaedics



 “I can help you get back into the game.”
– Myles Rubin Samotin M.D.

My mission is to provide the highest quality of orthopaedic surgical and non-surgical care to the residents of South and Central Florida.

I strive to offer the compassionate care my patients need in a professional and efficient manner. My patients find that my dedication, passion and consideration is the same as concierge level care at its best. Become my partner and let’s commit to getting you back in action!


In a career that has spanned over twenty years of dedicated patient care, I have treated everyone from world-class-athletes and professional dancers to regular folks like me and you.  My pledge has never changed, from delivering the highest quality, state-of-the-art orthopaedic care.  In my practice my patients are treated like family. Experience the difference.

Myles Rubin Samotin

Specialized Procedures

Fracture Care

Samotin orthopaedics takes care of fractures from the simplest to the most complex throughout the body –  More… 

Knee Arthroscopy

Dr. Samotin has performed several thousand knee arthroscopies. This is a minimally invasive way to fix  –  More… 

Rotator Cuff Tears and Repairs

The rotator cuff consists of four separate muscles which work together to allow for movement in the shoulder –  More… 


A neuroma is an irritated nerve that can sit between any of the toes but most commonly in the second and –  More… 

Bunion Deformity AKA Hallux Valgus Deformity

When the big toe no longer sits straight but starts to angle toward the outside this is known as a bunion or hallux –  More… 

Claw/Hammer Toes

This represents a group of deformities involving contracture of the toe joints that lead to the lesser toes not sitting –  More… 

Latest on the Blog

Ice or Heat? Heat or Ice? Either or? Neither Nor?

As a practicing orthopedic surgeon with over 17 years of experience, Invariably if I tell someone who asks this question that they should use ice, they then tell me a long story about why their relatives going back 10 generations always use heat.