providers without having to pick up the phone.
an appointment with one of our
providers without having to pick
up the phone.
sports medicine and is now seeing patients in our Carrollton location.
who is fellowship-trained in sports
medicine and is now seeing patients
in our Carrollton location.
invasive hip and knee replacement, including complex
primary and revision hip and knee reconstructions.
who specializes in minimally invasive
hip and knee replacement, including
complex primary and revision hip
and knee reconstructions.
Completely Patient Focused.
surgery centers, and on-site imaging.
highest priority at OrthoTexas.
patients, staff, and community
is our highest priority at
The safety and well-being of our patients, staff, and community is our highest priority at OrthoTexas. It is important for our patients to know that we have implemented several new procedures and protocols at our offices in order to protect the safety of everyone involved. We are monitoring the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) very closely in order to ensure that we are doing everything possible to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19 in our communities.
Our offices have resumed our normal schedules to take care of all our patient’s needs. We remain committed to doing our part to limit the spread of the virus and protect our patients and staff. For your safety, we are screening every person who enters our building, requiring cloth face coverings, and continuing to practice social distancing in our offices. If you have had a surgery, procedure, or appointment that was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 situation, please call our office at 972.492.1334 so that we can resume your treatment.
Award-Winning Team of Physicians
Receive care from doctors recognized by D Magazine as “Best Doctors in Dallas,” “Best Doctors in Collin County,” and voted by Texas Monthly as “Super Doctors in Texas” for more than 10 years straight.
Complete Orthopedic Care In Your Backyard
Your musculoskeletal system, which makes up your bones, muscles, cartilage tendons, ligaments, joints, and other connective tissue, is complex. When you’re in pain, your injuries and conditions affect your life in some way, guaranteed. Our philosophy is simple; organize one of the largest groups of board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic physicians in Texas, provide patients with access to the latest technology and imaging, offer multiple convenient locations complete with rehabilitative therapy and provide on-site surgical centers. As one of the most comprehensive physician-owned orthopedic groups in North Texas, we are the right choice to help you begin your journey to recovery.
OrthoAM and Ortho Now
OrthoAm is available from 7:15 am – 7:45 am in Carrollton
Ortho Now is available from 4 pm – 6 pm Monday – Thursday in Carrollton and Frisco.
The OrthoTexas Difference
Same Day Care
We understand that life doesn’t stop because you’re hurt. Same-day appointments often available at all locations.
Top athletes trust their care to OrthoTexas when their career depends on the best care.
With over 4 decades of experience at hand, we will take exceptional care of you.
On-site imaging at each of our locations, which greatly reduces the time needed to receive a diagnosis.
OrthoTexas is proud to continuously be one of the top-rated Orthopedic practices in Texas.
Our team utilizes cutting edge technology to provide the best possible patient care.
Cutting-edge therapies and treatment to athletes to not only recover from injuries but to help prevent them.
We see patients of all ages, no matter what activity level or stage of life!
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