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D Magazine names eight Texas Orthopaedic Associates physicians to its 2010 “Best Doctors.”

The physicians at Texas Orthopaedic Associates are among the most highly trained and experienced specialists in the demanding disciplines of orthopaedics and sports medicine.

With fellowship-trained and board-certified physicians, the group offers expertise in the following orthopaedic subspecialties:

* Sports injuries and arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder and hip.
* Adult reconstructive surgery using the latest techniques for total joint replacement
* Injuries and disorders of the upper and lower extremities, including trauma and complex reconstruction and physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Texas Orthopaedic Associates doctors pride themselves on their accomplishments in both the professional world and the community. They are respected authors and educators and devote hundreds of hours to numerous professional, Olympic, college and high school athletes, as well as public school sports organizations throughout North Texas. The TOA doctors have been voted Best Doctors in Dallas by their peers for the past 10 years.

 

Standing from left to right: James C. Sterling, M.D., Sports Medicine, Electrodiagnostic Medicine; Scott O. Paschal, M.D., Sports Injuries, Surgery of the Knee and Shoulder; Robert R. Scheinberg, M.D., Sports Injuries, Surgery of the Knee and Shoulder, Hip Arthroscopy; Timothy G. Schacherer, M.D., Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity; Steven J. Thornton, M.D., Sports Injuries, Surgery of the Knee and Shoulder; and James B. Montgomery, M.D., Sports Injuries, Surgery of the Knee. Seated from left to right: John A. Racanelli, M. D., Sports Injuries, Surgery of the Knee and Shoulder; and Michael J. Champine, M.D., Adult Reconstruction of the Hip and Knee

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