The goal for collegiate sports is maximizing strength and conditioning during workouts to achieve victory during competition. The win at all costs and culture of toughness have been a contributor in leading to sudden death in collegiate athletes.
We are proud to serve as the leading and largest orthopedic group in north Texas, and in order to uphold that quality standard, we aim to extend our services in sports medicine to every market we serve in. With the expansion of our two most recent locations in Southlake and in Fort Worth, we are keen to promote our providers in sport’s medicine.
This is an update from our aoa orthopedic specialists office regarding updates and operations in the wake of the coronavirus, or covid-19. We value the health and well-being of our staff, patients, and families and in a commitment to help reduce the spread of covid-19, we want to educate people of the proper precautions to take during these changing times.
Ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction, abbreviated UCLR but more
commonly known as Tommy John Surgery, is a surgical procedure which repairs the
ulnar collateral ligament. The ulnar collateral ligament is located in the
When participating in sports, injuries to the spine are more common than one may think. According to spine-health.com, up to 20% of sports injuries involve an injury to the lower back or neck.
Cervical disc replacement, also referred to as total disc arthroplasty, is a procedure aimed at removing a damaged cervical disc and then replacing it with an artificial disc device.
Unfortunately, injuries are a very common occurrence in sports; However, there are physicians who are specifically trained to help ease the process of recovery as well as prevent future injuries.
When you hear “bunion,” you may automatically think of your grandmother, or another elderly figure in your life. The truth is, though, that bunions know no age and can affect anyone. Bunions are bony bumps that develop at the joint of the big toe. Continued pressure...
Achilles tendon Injuries Are Worse than You Think. In anatomy, your Achilles tendon is the stretchy band that connects your calf muscle to the back of your ankle, the Greek legends’ mythical weak spot. Just like the war hero, Achilles, our Achilles tendon is something we need to protect.
WE UNDERSTAND THE VALUE OF WORKING HARD AND PLAYING HARD, AND WE KNOW YOU DO TOO. DAY IN AND DAY OUT, YOU’RE OUT THERE GETTING STUFF DONE, WHICH IS GREAT! WE WANT YOU TO BUILD THAT SHED, HIT HOME RUNS AND SCORE THOSE TOUCHDOWNS.