• 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!

    • MAY 15

    Post-Surgical Nutrition Guide

    After surgery or injury, you can expect a variety of changes that will occur within your body, including swelling, loss of muscle mass, potential decrease in bone density, andmaybe loss of sleep, depending on your surgical procedure. One way you can affect your healing process is through nutrition. What goes into your body can either expedite or hinder your healing time and road to recovery. So, what do I need to do to get back on my feet and back to an active lifestyle?

    • 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.

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