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General Orthopaedics in San Antonio

Orthopaedic Surgeons specialize in treatment of your musculoskeletal (or locomotor) system. Your musculoskeletal system is comprised of the bones, muscles, joints, cartilage and tendons that give your body the structure it needs for support, structure, and stability, and mobility.

When this system breaks down, either by sports injuries and repetitive movement injuries, or through degenerative diseases like Osteoarthritis or Rheumatoid Arthritis, you may need a General Orthopaedist (orthopaedic specialist) to correctly assess, diagnose, and treat your orthopaedic problem.

You may be experiencing pain from a compromised joint, such as a breakdown of cartilage in your knee causing bone to rub against bone. Or you may be suffering from an Orthopaedic Disorder that compromises the function of your entire musculoskeletal system, like arthritis or deconditioning from being out of shape. Many of these problems respond to a tailored physical therapy program. 

Your San Antonio Orthopaedic Surgeon

To get the best care, you need to ask the right questions:

  • Is your Orthopaedic Surgeon experienced in the diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care for Orthopaedic Conditions like yours?
  • Is your Orthopaedic Surgeon Board-Certified
  • Will your Orthopaedic Specialist take the time to understand your individual condition and help you determine the optimal treatment program?
  • Will your Orthopaedic Specialist take the time you need to help you understand your condition and help put you on the road to enduring long-term musculoskeletal health?

At the South Texas Spinal Clinic, P.A., the answer to all these questions is Yes!

Call (210) 614-6432 today or Contact Us Online to arrange your Orthopaedic Consultation.


Orthopaedic Conditions and Orthopaedic Treatments

Some common musculoskeletal problems diagnosed and treated by your General Orthopedist include:

  • AC Joint Repair (Shoulder)
  • Achilles Tendon Repair
  • ACL Reconstruction (Knee Ligament)
  • Anthroscopic Surgery
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Fracture Care
    • Spine Fracture (Kyphoplasty)
    • Humerus (Shoulder)
    • Elbow
    • Forearm
    • Distal Radius/Wrist
    • Hip Fracture
    • Femur (Thigh Bone)
    • Tibia (Shin Bone)
    • Fractured Ankle Repair
  • Hip Replacement (Total Hip Replacement, Arthoplasty, etc.)
  • Knee Replacement (Gender Specific Knee Replacement, Total Knee Replacement, Arthoplasty, etc.)
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Partial Meniscectomy
  • Patellofemoral Surgery
  • Rotator Cuff Repairs
  • Shoulder Instability
  • Shoulder Replacement (Shoulder Joint Replacement)
  • Stem Cell Injection
  • Surgery for Hip Arthritis
  • Surgery for Knee Arthritis
  • Trigger Finger


Get Orthopaedic Help Now

As Orthopaedic Problems tend to get worse over time, it’s important to seek diagnosis and treatment as early as possible. When it comes to getting your musculoskeletal system in shape, we encourage you to call (210) 614-6432 today to get on the road to recovery.

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orthopaedics – /orth · o · ped · ics/

The term "orthopaedics" is from the Greek to straightenand the term evolved in Great Britain into bone setting, then later into joint repair and finally into the modern "orthopedic" surgery.

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