Bone and joint care in North Texas

The orthopedic specialists at Medical City Weatherford get people moving again. We can help you return to an active lifestyle through therapy, exercise and medical care.

To learn more about our orthopedic program in North Texas, call (682) 218-5230.

Movement—we use it in everything we do. Take pain-free, easy movement away from us, and we're literally stuck. If you have a debilitating injury or chronic pain, you know this better than anyone. Thankfully, we offer restorative orthopedic care for a variety of conditions.

Before treatment can begin, we must diagnose your condition. Your doctor will start with a physical exam and diagnostic tests, such as X-rays. After the diagnosis, your doctor may recommend medication, an exercise program or surgery.

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Surgical and nonsurgical joint care

Orthopedic surgery is often performed as a same-day, outpatient procedure. Your orthopedic doctor may also recommend an exercise program or physical therapy. This can help restore movement, strength and function following surgery.

Orthopedic services available at our hospital include:

  • Hip replacement and knee replacement
  • Other joint repair or replacement
  • Fracture care
  • Treatment for joint conditions, such as dislocations, slipped discs and arthritis
  • Spine care
  • Treatment for bone tumors and birth defects of the skeleton
  • Treatment for conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome and osteoarthritis

Directions for orthopedic appointments

We're approximately one mile south of Highway 180 and one mile east of Highway 171. Free parking is available at the hospital's main entrance. Our address is:

713 East Anderson Street
Weatherford, TX 76086

After parking, proceed to the hospital's main entrance. You'll see the front information desk inside, where you can check-in for your appointment.

For orthopedic surgery, we'll admit you to the surgery department. Then, depending on the procedure, we may transfer you upstairs to our medical/surgical unit. Your orthopedic surgeon will continue care from there. You'll also begin working with our physical therapy team.

Orthopedic care at Medical City Healthcare

Orthopedic doctors, called orthopedists, take care of 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.

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