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Scott O. Paschal, M.D.

Recognized as a leading authority in sports medicine and in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder, Dr. Scott Paschal is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to each and every patient.

Dr. Paschal ranked in the top 2% of his medical school class.  After completing his orthopedic residency at the prestigious UT Southwestern Medical Center in 1987, he was awarded a fellowship in sports medicine.

As a former Texas A&M varsity baseball player, Dr. Paschal combines his personal experience as an athlete with leading-edge medical knowledge.  Upon Dr. Paschal’s election as an honorary member of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association, the committee stated, “His dedication to athletes elevates him above his peers.”

Among the nation’s most experienced surgeons, Dr. Paschal currently serves as team physician for Highland Park and Dallas Independent School Districts.  He also served as team physician for the US Olympic Ski Team and as the Physician Director of the NATA Board of Certification.

Board certified since 1990, Dr. Paschal is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center.  He has authored several scientific articles and has lectured nationally.  He has been honored with teaching excellence awards given by orthopedic residents and has been Director of the DFW Athletic Trainers Lecture Series since 1991.

His peers in D Magazine and Texas Monthly have repeatedly honored him as Best Doctor.

Outside of his practice, Dr. Paschal enjoys time with his family, golf, tennis, and photography.

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