• JUL 19

    Effects of Obesity on the Body

    Most people may not know but being overweight, or considered obese, is a very serious medical issue. Obesity is a comorbidity that can increase risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, respiratory issues – breathing problems, and even premature mortality- death; just to name a few on a long list.

    • MAY 14

    Keep Kids in the Game for Life Through STOP Sports Injuries

    Healthcare, Business Leaders and Professional Athletes Join Forces to Help Young Athletes Play Safe and Stay Healthy

    • MAY 8

    Injury Epidemic

    We have all heard the terms ‘the more the better’ and ‘no pain, no gain.’ However, these expressions lose their value when it comes to sports and injuries, because pain typically equals damage.

    Visit link →
    • MAY 4

    Musculoskeletal Injection Therapy

    Painful joints and muscles can cause significant morbidity for many individuals. Many medical conditions can lead to this discomfort such as trauma, osteoarthritis, gout and overuse injuries. Learn about curative measures and pain control.

    Visit link →
    • AUG 01

    Highlighting Hydration

    Your body is composed of about 60% water. Getting enough water every day is important for your health. Healthy people meet their fluid needs by drinking when thirsty and drinking with meals. Most of your fluid needs are met through the water and beverages you drink.

    • APR 23

    COVID-19 and Operations

    South Texas Bone & Joint continues to focus on excellence in patient care and wishes you the very best during this unprecedented time. Our offices remain open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday in our 601 Texan Trail office and select hours at satellite locations.

    • APR 12

    Orthopaedic Subspecialty Care

    “I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy and understanding mayoutweigh the surgeon’s knife,” Hip. Ahead of his time, Hip already understood the value ofcompassion within the science of medicine. The significance Hip and other healers worldwide, includingancient Indians and Egyptians, afforded the field of medicine provided the base for Orthopaedic surgery’s rich history.

    • FEB 20

    Yes, We're Open!

    We want to express our sincere hope that you, your friends, and family are healthy and well during these potentially stressful times. Here's how we're able to stay open and serve you!

    • AUG 10

    Boost Your Metabolism

    Find out how metabolism affects weight, the truth behind slow metabolism and how to burn more calories. You've probably heard people blame their weight on a slow metabolism, but what does that mean? Is metabolism really the culprit? And if so, is it possible to rev up your metabolism to burn more calories?

    • MAY 15

    Heat vs. Ice: Which One Is Better?

    Both applications can reduce the pain, but the question of when we need to use which application still remains. Therefore, patient preference and the effects of each modality should be taken into consideration when deciding which thermotherapy tool to use. Read more on what works best.

    • APR 11

    Pre-Surgical Health Information

    Find our how you can prepare for surgery by understanding your health and current situation. Not all patients are ready for surgery, even if they need it. Read more on how to improve your health conditions and reduce risks during surgical procedures.

    Visit link →