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  • Conner Ryan, M.D. Departure

    Conner Ryan, M.D. Departure

    To Our Patients:We were notified last month that Dr. Ryan would be departing Texas Orthopaedic Associates as of June 30, 2024.Dr. Ryan’s new office location is listed below:Texas Joint Institute12228 N Central Expy Pavilion 3 Suite 410Dallas, TX 75243972.566.5255We recognize that many of you may be longstanding patients with our practice and we would like…

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  • Scott Paschal, MD Retirement

    Scott Paschal, MD Retirement

    Dear Patients: It is with mixed emotions that I announce my retirement from orthopaedic surgery, effective June 30, 2024. It has been an honor and a privilege to care for my patients for 37 years of private practice. It has been a rewarding profession, and I have tried my best to provide the highest quality…

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  • Texas Ortho Associates has reached a multi-year agreement with United Healthcare

    Texas Ortho Associates has reached a multi-year agreement with United Healthcare

    To Our Patients, We are pleased to share that we have reached a multi-year agreement with United Healthcare to maintain coverage for all patients with United Healthcare insurance plans. Patients covered under a United health plan will not experience a gap in coverage; OrthoLoneStar providers will continue to be in-network for those patients.... Read More

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  • What Every Active Female Needs To Know About ACL Injury Risk

    What Every Active Female Needs To Know About ACL Injury Risk

    Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are among the most common types of knee injuries, affecting athletes of all levels. Still, while these injuries are often associated with traditionally male sports like football, data show that ACL tears are actually more common among female athletes. At Texas Orthopaedic Associates, our team is committed to providing advanced care solutions for ACL injuries in both women…

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  • All About Antalgic Gait: Causes, Complications, And Treatment Options

    All About Antalgic Gait: Causes, Complications, And Treatment Options

    Walking is one of those common, everyday activities that most of us tend to take for granted. But if we’re in pain, the way we walk can suddenly change, primarily in an attempt to avoid making our pain worse. The way we walk when we’re in pain is called an antalgic gait, and unless it’s treated…

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  • 4 Signs It May Be Time to Consider Disc Replacement Surgery

    4 Signs It May Be Time to Consider Disc Replacement Surgery

    Disc problems are relatively common causes of back and neck pain, and often, these issues can be treated conservatively. But when conservative treatments don’t work, artificial disc replacement surgery can be a good alternative. Texas Orthopaedic Associates is a top-ranked provider of disc replacement surgery for patients in Dallas, Plano, Keller, Weatherford, and Fort Worth,... Read…

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  • How to Prevent Chronic Ankle Instability Following a Severe Sprain

    How to Prevent Chronic Ankle Instability Following a Severe Sprain

    Ankle sprains are common injuries for people of nearly all activity levels. In fact, every year, about 2 million ankle sprains happen in the United States. While sprains often clear up with medical attention and a little TLC, many injuries lead to ongoing problems, including chronic ankle instability. Chronic ankle instability happens when ankle ligaments are weakened by…

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  • TOA Would Like To Give A Warm Welcome To Our Newest Surgeon – Dr. William Crawford

    TOA Would Like To Give A Warm Welcome To Our Newest Surgeon – Dr. William Crawford

    To Our Patients: We are excited to inform you that as of July 3, 2023, Dr. Crawford will be transitioning from the Texas Foot & Ankle Orthopaedics to Texas Orthopaedic Associates, a division of OrthoLoneStar. He will be seeing patients at the following locations: Fort Worth 5900 Altamesa Blvd.... Read More

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  • 8 Bad Habits That Are Hurting Your Feet

    8 Bad Habits That Are Hurting Your Feet

    Nearly everyone has sore feet at some point, and it’s those times when you realize just how much you depend on your feet. Even a little foot discomfort can cause pain with every step, interfering with daily activities and taking a toll on your quality of life. At Texas Orthopaedic Associates, our team helps patients…

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  • What to Eat If You Want Healthy Joints

    What to Eat If You Want Healthy Joints

    Everyone’s heard the saying, ”You are what you eat.” But what many people may not know is that saying applies to your joints, too. Knowing which foods have an impact on your joints could help you maintain joint health and prevent joint pain in the future. Not only can the right foods help you manage…

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  • OrthoLoneStar Announces New Chief Operating Officer

    OrthoLoneStar Announces New Chief Operating Officer

    RELEASE DATE: April 10, 2023 ORTHOLONESTAR ANNOUNCES NEW CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Houston, TX, April 10, 2023 — OrthoLoneStar, the largest independent orthopedic practice in Texas, has named Anthony Brooks, Azalea Orthopedics CEO, as their new Chief Operating Officer effective April 1, 2023. Azalea Orthopedics is headquartered in Tyler, Texas. Mr.... Read More

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  • When to Call a Doctor About Shoulder Pain

    When to Call a Doctor About Shoulder Pain

    Nearly three-quarters of people will experience shoulder pain at some point during their lifetimes, often due to either traumatic accidents or repetitive use of the joint. While it may be tempting to ignore your pain to see if it goes away on its own, delaying care can lead to more serious problems, including permanent disability of nerve…

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