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- Fracture Care
- Neck Pain
- Physical Therapy
- Spine Surgery
- Sports Injury Clinic
With over three decades of caring for patients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the team of highly trained orthopaedic practitioners at Texas Orthopaedic Associates can diagnose and treat all types of orthopaedic ailments. With state-of-the-art offices near the Presbyterian Hospital campus in Dallas and clinics in Plano, Weatherford, Keller, and Fort Worth, Texas, patients can choose their most convenient location.
Texas Orthopaedic Associates, is an all-inclusive practice where physicians treat patients of all ages — from pediatric to senior — as well as low-impact and high-impact athletes. Office locations house the latest in diagnostic equipment systems, including digital X-rays, ultrasounds, and MRIs. Because patients won’t have to travel elsewhere to get essential imaging, they can expect a faster diagnosis and quicker planning for treatment options.
The expert orthopedists address all orthopaedic and sports medicine treatment needs. They can perform regenerative mesenchymal therapy, bracing and casting care, and soft tissue treatments all under one roof. With a team of top-rated orthopaedic surgeons available, patients can expect minimally invasive arthroscopic and advanced robotic surgical solutions whenever possible — often even for total joint replacement procedures.
Plus, the practice boasts a modern sports medicine and physical therapy clinic at the Dallas-Walnut Hill Lane location. Patients can receive exercise and strengthening plans, sports performance training, and rehabilitative care all within the same practice.
Texas Orthopaedic Associates, can usually provide care for urgent issues within 24 hours of a request. With flexible scheduling available throughout the week, both new and existing patients can get the orthopaedic care they need.
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