Areas We Treat

Partial Knee replacement Houston, TXYou may not be familiar with all we are able to offer, especially if you have found us while researching one specific injury. We hope that we’ve been able to provide all the information we can to help you feel confident in us.

If you’ve come to see us before for a surgery or treatment, we know that you feel confident in our quality of care. We pride ourselves in offering superior treatment and helping our patients get back to their usual routine. But, we wanted to emphasize what else we can do for you, or someone you know. So, if you have a friend or family member that is experiencing pain that won’t go away and needs a recommendation, let them know we can help them feel better than they have in years.

Knee

We see a lot of knees here and are confident in how we can help you feel better. Whether you have ligament damage or tissue damage, we can help. Knee arthroscopy surgery is also offered to help patients who experience pain due to cartilage damage. If you play sports and want to get back to 100%, we’re the people to call.

Shoulder

Whether you have a rotator cuff injury, shoulder labral tear, or something else, we can help. We are here to help with shoulder issues such as shoulder impingement and can recommend surgery when your symptoms are excessive and affecting your life.

Hip

Hip repair procedures such as stem cell therapy, PRP, cartilage and ligament repair can rebuild the damage to your hip. Alternatively. hip surgery can be the best option for relieving pain and/or restoring hip function.

PRP

We offer PRP (platelet-rich plasma) therapy to help support healthy tendons and ligaments. If you have damaged a muscle, tendon, or ligament, PRP can help that tissue repair itself even faster.

We pride ourselves in providing quality service and care to help you recover from your injury. If you have a friend or family member who has an injury that could be improved with our care, please let them know about us.  If you have more questions, please get in touch with us today by calling (713) 986-6016.

Posted in: Condition and Procedures, Sports Medicine

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