Patient Resources

Dr. Velyvis joins Peninsula Orthopedic Associates

Peninsula Orthopedic Associates is pleased to announce that Dr. John Velyvis, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, has joined our team. Dr. Velyvis is our specialist for hip and knee replacements and non-surgical management of pain and swelling due to arthritis and other injuries. He is the premier robotic knee and hip surgeon in the Bay area.…. read more

What to Expect during an Orthopedic Evaluation

If you suffer from chronic pain due to an injury or an orthopedic condition, schedule a consultation with one of Peninsula Orthopedics board-certified specialists. Our team can help diagnose and treat orthopedic conditions including back pain, joint pain, arthritis, spinal conditions, and bursitis, among many others. Before your appointment, you may wish to write down…. read more

Dr. Jones: Regenerative Medicine

Dr. Carri Jones joined Peninsula Orthopedic Associates after relocating to the Bay Area to reside with her family. She was Chief Resident in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Upstate Medical University and the Institute For Human Performance in Syracuse, New York. She completed fellowship training in Stem Cell Regenerative Medicine & Orthobiologics with application in…. read more


Staying current with the new advances in orthopedic surgeries is of the utmost importance at Peninsula Orthopedic Associates. We offer each of our patients the latest in technologies to make the diagnosis and treatment of their conditions as accurate as possible. We are proud to announce the new technologies that are now offered at our…. read more

Physical Therapy

Peninsula Orthopedic Associates has recently opened up a brand new, state-of-the-art physical therapy suite. It is called Peninsula Orthopedic Physical Therapy and is located at: 455 Hickey Blvd. Suite 205 Daly City, CA 94015 To contact the Peninsula Orthopedic Physical Therapy Suite, please use: (P) 650-746-3299 (F) 650-994-1359 Directions: From Peninsula Orthopedic Associates: Exit our…. read more


The tendon pain many of us feel in the shoulder, elbow, knee, ankle or foot can be caused by a number of factors, including trauma (damage to the tendon from a hit, twist, or pull to the joint) or repetitive motion (damage to the tendon from overuse in work, exercise, or activity). Eventually, damaged tissue…. read more