Donald Hohman Jr. M.D.Orthopedic SurgeonTexas Orthopaedic AssociatesHip and Knee Replacement
Donald Hohman Jr. M.D. is a board certified, fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in total joint replacement and adult reconstructive procedures of the hip and knee. Dr. Hohman attended State University of New York at Buffalo where he completed his orthopaedic surgical training. In his final year of residency training, Dr. Hohman served as the administrative chief resident. He completed his fellowship training at the Brigham and Women’s hospital of the Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA where he spent an additional year training in Adult Reconstruction and Total Joint Arthroplasty.
Dr. Hohman specializes in the management of hip and knee conditions including osteoarthritis. Dr. Hohman uses many minimally invasive techniques, including anterior total hip replacement and partial knee replacement. Dr. Hohman strives to help get his patients return to normal activity as quickly as possible. Many of his patients are up and walking the same day of surgery and only require a short hospital stay.
Dr. Hohman is a member of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS) and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). As an active member of these associations Dr. Hohman attends multiple national meetings annually allowing him to stay up to date on the latest evidence based treatment options for those suffering from chronic hip and knee pain. Dr. Hohman sees hip and knee patients locations in Plano and Dallas.
Hip and knee replacements have become one of the most popular medical procedures in the developed world. Why? The training and expertise of orthopedic surgeons who perform these procedures are exemplary and the surgical tools and implants have only gotten more effective and durable. Because of this, there is a very good probability that everyone […]
For the more than 30 million sufferers of osteoarthritis in the U.S., excruciating, unrelenting pain is a part of their everyday life. When this condition affects the knee joint, it can prevent a person from movement. This lack of motion can lead to other chronic conditions – such as heart and lung disease – which […]
Improvements in surgical techniques and joint prosthesis over the past decade have been nothing short of amazing. However, there are two other factors that contribute greatly to a quicker recovery: pain management and peace of mind. Concerns about post-operative pain after joint replacement precludes many patients, who might greatly benefit from these procedures, from considering […]
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