Advanced orthopedic treatment in North Texas

The orthopedic specialists at Medical City Healthcare hospitals diagnose and treat all musculoskeletal conditions. Whether you’ve been living with a chronic condition or have a new injury, such as a fracture or sprain, we can help.

Find an orthopedic specialist or call (844) 374-1126.

Our orthopedic program offers customized treatment plans designed to help relieve pain and increase mobility. From professional athletes to active retirees, patients can find relief and get back to doing what they love.

Our orthopedic services include:

Sports medicine specialists at Medical City Healthcare

The sports medicine specialists at our hospitals are experts at treating sports injuries. In fact, we're the official healthcare system of the Texas Rangers and a proud partner of the Dallas Stars. These partnerships are part of our commitment to providing world-class care and show our ability to treat a range of sports injuries and conditions.

Amenities for surgery patients

Your orthopedic doctor can discuss your care options with you. We offer nonsurgical therapies, minimally invasive, robot-assisted surgery and more. Patients enjoy private rooms and can join workshops and group therapy following surgery.

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Robotic–assisted orthopedic surgery

Candidates for joint resurfacing or replacement can benefit from robot–assisted surgery, which allows surgeons to perform complex operations with enhanced vision, precision and control. Benefits include the use of a single site or single incision to reduce pain, scarring and recovery time.

Available procedures include:

  • Total knee replacement
  • Total hip replacement
  • Partial knee replacement
  • Partial knee resurfacing

Specially trained surgeons are assisted by support teams, including nurses, coordinators and patient navigators. Medical City Healthcare hospitals have advanced tools and technology to perform robotic orthopedic procedures.

Benefits of robotic surgery

Robotic surgery, a technology which allows surgeons to perform minimally invasive surgery through small incisions, has many potential benefits. If you are considering minimally invasive or laparoscopic surgery, you may be a candidate for a robot-assisted procedure. Ask your doctor if robotic surgery might be right for you. Benefits of robot-assisted surgery vary, but may include smaller incisions, reduced pain and discomfort, less scarring, a shorter hospital stay and a faster recovery.