The UT Health Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute offers many state-of-the-art treatments for all bones, joints and diseases of the skeletal system. With state-of-the-art facilities, advanced technology and board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians, we're keeping East Texans moving.
To schedule an appointment, call us at: 903-596-3844.
Q: When should I see an orthopedic specialist?
- If your joint pain is keeping you from participating in daily tasks or enjoying your favorite activities, it is probably time to seek orthopedic care.
Q: Do I need a referral to make an appointment with UT Health Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute?
- You do not need a referral to be seen by one of our orthopedic doctors, although some insurance companies and plans do require you to be referred by a primary care physician to receive health services. To ensure no referral is needed, please call your insurance company.
Q: What is diagnostic testing, and how does it help me?
- Diagnostic testing helps our physicians determine the cause of your orthopedic issues. Most orthopedic injuries or conditions require the use of imaging and radiology tests like X-rays, bone scans or other exams, which are painless. To diagnose arthritis, the patient may be asked to give a sample of joint fluid for laboratory testing. This process is minimally invasive and should not cause severe pain.
For questions about the diagnosis process, talk to your orthopedic caregiver.
Q: Where can I go to receive orthopedic testing and treatment?
Thank you for choosing UT Health Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute. Below are some useful links to help you during your treatment: