Curtis Bush, MD, is a dedicated orthopaedic surgeon and orthopaedic sports medicine surgeon on the team at Texas Orthopaedic Associates. Dr. Bush sees patients from the practice's locations in Fort Worth and Weatherford, Texas.
After completing his undergraduate education at the University of Virginia, Dr. Bush pursued his medical school education at Louisiana State University in New Orleans. He completed his orthopaedic residency at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C., followed by a sports medicine fellowship at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas in South Carolina, where he had the opportunity to train with renowned surgeon, Dr. Richard Hawkins.
Dr. Bush's clinical focus is on all areas of sports medicine, including arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the upper and lower extremities. His research interests have focused on the shoulder, hip, and knee, including shoulder instability, anatomic and reverse shoulder replacement, reconstructive knee surgery, and hip arthroscopy.
Dr. Bush has provided coverage of various athletic teams, including teams at the University of Texas at Arlington, Colorado Rockies Spring training 2012, Greenville Drive baseball team (Boston Red Sox Class A Affiliate), Greenville Road Warriors hockey team (New York Rangers Affiliate), as well as various high school football teams.
Originally from New Orleans, Dr. Bush has been involved in competitive athletics most of his life and credits that involvement with his long-standing interest in orthopaedic sports medicine. A competitive athlete in three sports in high school, Dr. Bush went on to play varsity soccer at the University of Virginia. He continues to be a football enthusiast and enjoys golf, tennis, and cycling in his free time.