Advanced orthopedics and musculoskeletal physical therapy in North Texas
Medical City Plano has been at the forefront of medicine for more than 40 years. Our accredited team of doctors and nurses employs a comprehensive approach to care, welcoming and treating patients in a warm, nurturing environment. We are happy to discuss with you which treatment options are your best chance for permanent pain relief and improved mobility.
For more information about our orthopedic program, please call (855) 665-8627.
The orthopedic doctors and surgeons at our hospital are among the most respected and trusted in the region. These experts specialize in hip and knee repair and replacement and orthopedic oncology.
The surgeons at our hospital have extensive experience diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal disorders, so you can expect to receive total orthopedic care at our hospital. The procedures we offer include:
- Joint arthroscopy
- Joint replacement surgery, including partial and total knee replacement and total hip replacement
- Joint resurfacing surgery
- Joint revision surgery
Depending on your diagnosis and treatment, your care may also include physical therapy. A physical therapist can teach you specific exercises to strengthen your joints. This type of program can also help you restore movement for normal daily activities, such as walking.
Investing in orthopedic innovations
The surgeons at Medical City Plano are leaders in researching and using the latest orthopedic innovations. Current areas of research include:
- Infected joint care
- Stem cells
- Wear-resistant joint replacements
We also focus on the latest limb preservation techniques. This enables us to provide limb-saving care alongside vascular specialists in our wide network of hospitals.
Infected joint care
Orthopedic surgeons at our hospital are researching the use of bone cement to deliver antibiotics. This process may aid in treating infections. The antibiotic-laden cement can be fashioned into special prosthetic devices. These devices can help maintain joint space and soft tissue tension following the removal of an infected prosthesis.
Surgeons at our hospital are also engaged in researching the use of stem cells. For example, they are studying ways to repair bone defects caused by trauma, infections and tumor surgery.
Stem cells help activate the body’s own healing system. They stimulate the growth of tiny blood vessels found within bone that's beginning to develop. With the help of stem cells, the bone can repair itself.
Wear-resistant knee replacements
Surgeons at our hospital have proactively offered knee replacements that use revolutionary materials. For example, sharply reduced rates of wear have been observed with a patented new alloy. This alloy has displayed durability and comfort far surpassing that of conventional materials used in joint replacements.
Arriving for your orthopedic appointment
We're approximately two miles north of the President George Bush Turnpike off Coit Road. Our address is:
3901 West 15th St.
Plano, TX 75075
You can enter the hospital campus from Coit Road and follow the signs to the main entrance. Free parking is available for patients and guests throughout the entire campus. We also offer complimentary valet service. For appointments, you can check in at the front desk by the hospital's main entrance.
Orthopedic care at Medical City Healthcare
Orthopedic doctors, called orthopedists, take care of your bones and joints. This includes knee pain, total joint replacement, issues that impact your spine and more. You might need to see an orthopedist if you have arthritis or osteoporosis, or if you've had a recent sprain, strain or broken bone.Learn about Orthopedic care
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