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Mcallen (9.52 mi)
Edinburg (11.66 mi)
Weslaco (21.1 mi)

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78501 (5) (5.58 mi)
78504 (5) (6.6 mi)
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Find an orthopedic surgeon in Mission, TX who can help with sports injuries, osteoporosis, arthritis, ACL reconstruction, arthroscopy, joint pain, back pain, neck pain, and more.

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  • Jose Carreras, MD 120 Points

    Mission Orthopedics
    906 S Bryan Rd Ste 103
    Mission, TX 78572
  • Khaimchand Panday, M.D. 1480 Points

    Distance: 9.53 mi
    3330 N. McColl St.
    Suite 101
    Mcallen, TX 78501
  • Salvador Mendez, MD 360 Points

    Mc Allen Bone & Joint Clinic
    Distance: 9.53 mi
    1421 N 2nd St Ste A
    McAllen, TX 78501
  • Guillermo Pechero, MD 220 Points

    Rio Grande Valley Orthopedic Night Clinic
    Distance: 9.53 mi
    1005 E Nolana St
    McAllen, TX 78504
  • George Kartalion Jr, MD 100 Points

    Proactive Orthopedics
    Distance: 9.53 mi
    4865 N McColl Rd
    McAllen, TX 78504
  • William Snyder, MD 100 Points

    Rio Grande Orthopedic Institut
    Distance: 9.53 mi
    400 E Dove Ave
    McAllen, TX 78504
  • Jorge Tijmes, MD 100 Points

    Southren Bone Clinic
    Distance: 9.53 mi
    PO Box 6209
    McAllen, TX 78502
  • Khaim Panday, MD 60 Points

    Rio Grande Valley Orthopedic
    Distance: 9.53 mi
    5148 N 10th St
    McAllen, TX 78504
  • Miguel A Hernandez, MD 20 Points

    Distance: 9.53 mi
    1421 A N 2ND ST
    MCALLEN, TX 78501
  • Frank W Schroeder, DO 10 Points

    Distance: 9.53 mi
    6900 N 10TH ST STE 4
    MCALLEN, TX 78504
  • Raymond T Fulp III, DO

    Distance: 9.53 mi
    1421 A N 2ND ST
    MCALLEN, TX 78501
  • Salvador J Mendez, MD

    Distance: 9.53 mi
    1421 A N 2ND ST
    MCALLEN, TX 78501
  • Raul Marquez, MD 50 Points

    Orthopedic Surgery Center & Sports Medicine
    Distance: 11.66 mi
    2402 Cornerstone Blvd
    Edinburg, TX 78539
  • Fred Perez, MD 50 Points

    Distance: 11.66 mi
    4302 S Sugar Rd Ste 209
    Edinburg, TX 78539
  • Lionel S Mitchell, MD

    Distance: 11.66 mi
    4302 S SUGAR RD STE 213
    EDINBURG, TX 78539
  • Fred L Perez Jr, MD

    Distance: 11.66 mi
    4302 S SUGAR RD STE 209
    EDINBURG, TX 78539
  • R Chandrasekharan, MD 140 Points

    Distance: 21.11 mi
    1210 E 8th St Ste I
    Weslaco, TX 78596
  • 80 Points

    Distance: 21.11 mi
    1331 E 6th St
    Weslaco, TX 78596
  • Ramachandran Chandrasekharan, MD

    Distance: 21.11 mi
    1210 E 8TH ST STE 1
    WESLACO, TX 78596

Nearby Cities

Mcallen (9.52 mi)
Edinburg (11.66 mi)
Weslaco (21.1 mi)

Orthopedic Surgeon Info

Orthopedic Surgeon Summary:
An orthopedic surgeon works with patients before, during, and after surgical procedures that involve problems with the musculoskeletal system, such as hips and knees. An orthopedic surgeon is a surgical specialist. These surgeons diagnose and treat injuries, diseases, and congenital defects that may affect not only the bones and joints, but nerves, muscles, and connective tissues as well. An orthopedic surgeon can help with arthroscopic knee and shoulder surgery and can also help with intradiscal electrothermal therapy (IDET). While an orthopedic surgeon does perform surgical procedures, these doctors also use nonsurgical interventions when possible to treat patients.

Category Conditions Treated:

A few of the conditions treated by orthopedic surgeons include:

Category Specialties:

While doctors may choose general orthopedic surgery, there are at least a dozen different specialties, a few of which include specialization in specific areas of the body, physical and occupational therapy, trauma, sports medicine, pediatrics, rehabilitation, pain management, and more.

Category Procedures and Treatments:

Orthopedic surgeons use both surgical and nonsurgical procedures to treat patients. Just a few of these include:

  • Arthroscopy
  • Bone grafting
  • Bone healing
  • Chondroplasty
  • Fusion
  • Internal fixation
  • Joint replacement
  • Laminectomy
  • Osteotomy
  • Pain management
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Soft tissue repair

Category Profession Details:

Orthopedic surgeons must complete a minimum of a Bachelor Degree, followed by 4 years of medical school and 5 years of orthopedic residency. An additional year of education is required for specialties within the field. The orthopedic surgeon needs to pass licensing requirements for the state in which he or she will practice medicine. In order to be certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery orthopedic surgeons must complete all education and training requirement, practice their field for 2 years, then pass the written and oral exams.

Category Associations:

The American Orthopaedic Association and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

Orthopedic Surgeon FAQs:

What is an Orthopedic Surgeon?
An Orthopedic Surgeon is a physician who performs surgery on the musculoskeletal system. An Orthopedic Surgeon does surgery on the hand, hip, elbow, shoulder, joint, foot, ankle and spine.

What types of surgery does an Orthopedic Surgeon do?
An Orthopedic Surgeon can do many surgeries. The surgeries performed by an Orthopedic Surgeon include: repair fractures, hip and knee replacement, carpal tunnel release, rotator cuff repair, etc. An Orthopedic Surgeon can also help with lumbar stabilization and lumbar instrumentation.

Where does an Orthopedic Surgeon work?
An Orthopedic Surgeon can work in a hospital or clinic.

How do I find an Orthopedic Surgeon in my city and state?
The directory will help you locate an Orthopedic Surgeon in your state. Select Orthopedic Surgeon from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate an Orthopedic Surgeon in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need an Orthopedic Surgeon in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Orthopedic Surgeons in your city and state.

Do orthopedic surgeons only treat bones?
While orthopedic surgeons do treat injuries and diseases that affect bones, they also treat other parts of the musculoskeletal system, including muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, and nerves.

Do orthopedic surgeons only use surgery as treatment?
While qualified to perform various surgical procedures, orthopedic surgeons also use nonsurgical and minimally invasive methods to treat patients as well. The least invasive method is typically the first choice in treating patients.

Why would orthopedic surgeons need to specialize in one part of the body if they only treat certain issues?
The musculoskeletal system is complex, requiring extensive focus to properly heal these areas. Also, with 206 bones in the human body, each bone has a specific function and different connective tissue issues. For example, there are 27 bones in the hand, and 26 bones in the foot. That is a lot for an orthopedic surgeon with a specialty in one of these areas to focus on.

How many orthopedic surgeons are there in the United States?
Wikipedia states that there are 25,464 orthopedic surgeons in the United States as of 2008.

Orthopedic Surgeon Related Terms:
orthopedics, orthopaedics, orthopedic surgery, arthroscopic knee and shoulder surgery, menisectomy, chondroplasty, carpal tunnel release, thoracic discectomy, anterior and posterior thoracic instrumentation, intradiscal electrothermal therapy (IDET), nucleoplasty, discography, anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF), anterior and posterior lumbar instrumentation, dynesys lumbar stabilization, orthopedic surgeon, scoliosis surgery