First Choice’s Dr. Kyle Moyles Saves Craftsman’s Finger
By Chris Romandetti, First Choice Medical Group // September 5, 2014
Edward Murray back to work after crushing finger
ABOVE VIDEO: Edward Murray, a carpenter from Brevard County, thought that he was going to lose his finger after it became infected after crushing it when a flat-screen television that he was hanging, fell on his hand. The finger became infected and Murray was referred to Dr. Kyle Moyles by Dr. Steve Badolato.
Dr. Kyle Moyles is a Fellowship Trained orthopaedic hand surgeon. As a highly trained hand specialist, Dr. Moyles brings exceptional surgical skills and broad experience to First Choice Medical Group.
A native of Brevard County, Dr. Moyles is a graduate of Melbourne Central Catholic School, where he was Valedictorian.
Dr. Moyles completed his residency at the University of Miami, and finished a hand surgery fellowship at Brown University. After his fellowship, Dr. Moyles studied under Dr. Edward Akelman (President of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand).
Dr. Moyles has served on the Board of Governors of both the Florida Medical Association and the FMA Political Action Committee, where he remains committed to advocating for policies that help physicians improve patient care.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Trigger Finger
• Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
• Hand & Wrist Arthritis
• Mallet Finger (Jamming a Finger)
• Hand Fractures/Sprains/Injuries
• Wrist Fractures/Sprains/Injuries
ABOVE MAP: First Choice Medical Group is located at 709 S. Harbor City Blvd., Ste 100, Melbourne, FL 32901. For information call 321 725-2225.
Chris Romandetti is the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of First Choice. Through its wholly owned subsidiary FCID Medical, Inc., the Company currently operates one Medical Center of Excellence, First Choice Medical Group of Brevard, which specializes in the delivery of musculoskeletal medicine and rehabilitative care.