Spine or Orthopedics Center

The symptoms of orthopedic disorders, such as shoulder and elbow pain, are not only physically and mentally exhausting, they can also hamper the quality of the patient’s life. If you or a loved one has been experiencing shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, or back pain, contact Texas Health Spine & Orthopedic Center of Plano to get connected with an experienced participating specialist near you. Continuing on the subject, in this blog post, we discuss what to look for when choosing a spine and orthopedic center. Read on.

Specialties

Pain in the shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, foot, or back can be a symptom of a spine or orthopedic disorder such as arthritis or osteoporosis. In some cases, the problems can be interrelated, wherein some problem in one part of the body is affecting the other. The spine and orthopedics center you choose should have various participating physicians who specialize in different orthopedic conditions. The Texas Health Spine and Orthopedic Center works with more than 40 participating physicians. Each physician is specialized in specific orthopedic conditions. This is helpful for patients as they just need to make one phone call to find a doctor that is appropriate for their specific condition.

Recognitions

Choosing a doctor can be difficult but we can help. When choosing a spine and orthopedic center check to make sure that the hospitals and doctors they work with are specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic disorders. The physicians participating in the Texas Health Spine and Orthopedic Center are on staff either Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano (THP) or Texas Health Center for Diagnostics and Surgery (THCDS), two award winning hospitals and have specialized programs for spine surgery, joint replacement surgery and general orthopedics and sports medicine.

Staff

Experience matters a lot when it comes to dealing with any kind of medical condition. At the Texas Health Spine and Orthopedic Center our patient navigator is trained to help guide you to the most appropriate doctor based on your medical needs. A patient navigator is similar to a personal concierge and can help with insurance questions, scheduling, questions about the doctor as well as coordinating care between multiple offices.

Read More: Prolonged Shoulder and Elbow Pain: A Sign of Bursitis or Tendinitis

Wrap Up

Texas Health Spine & Orthopedic Center of Plano is a reputable referral center that has been connecting individuals with experienced spine and orthopedic physicians for years. Whether you are experiencing shoulder, elbow, knee, ankle, back, or any other orthopedic related pain, speak with one of our navigators today to find a participating physician with experience in treating spine and orthopedic disorders. To book an appointment, click here or call (888) 608-4762.

NOTE: Physicians who are members of the referral program practice independently and are not employees or agents of Texas Health Spine and Orthopedic.

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Stephen H. Hochschuler

Orthopedic Spine SurgeonTexas Back InstituteSpine Surgery
Work Phone: 888-608-4762
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Michael Hisey

Orthopedic Spine SurgeonTexas Back InstituteSpine Surgery
Work Phone: 888-608-4762
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Jeffrey Lue

Orthopedic SurgeonLegacy Orthopedics & Sports MedicineSports Medicine
Work Phone: 888-608-4762
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Keith Heier

Orthopedic SurgeonOrthoTexasFoot and Ankle
Work Phone: 888-608-4762
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