Orthopedic Surgery Specialists in Texas

Houston (407)San Antonio (300)Dallas (290)Austin (188)Fort Worth (157)
El Paso (105)Plano (82)Lubbock (64)Arlington (56)Frisco (55)Temple (54)Tyler (46)Corpus Christi (46)Galveston (42)Amarillo (41)Sugar Land (39)Round Rock (36)Irving (29)The Woodlands (27)McKinney (26)Longview (26)Cypress (26)Spring (26)Waco (25)Bellaire (24)Beaumont (23)Southlake (21)New Braunfels (21)Denton (20)Kingwood (19)Pearland (18)Odessa (18)Edinburg (17)Midland (17)Katy (16)Texarkana (16)Abilene (16)Nacogdoches (15)Wichita Falls (15)Webster (15)Cedar Park (15)League City (15)Allen (15)San Angelo (15)Shenandoah (15)Richardson (14)Rockwall (14)Grapevine (14)Laredo (14)Harlingen (13)Carrollton (13)Flower Mound (13)Live Oak (12)Jbsa Ft Sam Houston (12)Conroe (11)North Richland Hills (11)Georgetown (11)Mansfield (11)Pasadena (10)Schertz (9)Baytown (9)Bedford (9)Waxahachie (9)Bryan (9)Lufkin (8)Denison (8)Lake Jackson (8)College Station (8)Paris (8)Port Arthur (8)Mcallen (8)Humble (8)Weatherford (8)Fort Hood (8)Tomball (7)Killeen (7)Greenville (7)Kyle (7)Woodway (7)Jbsa Lackland (7)Brownsville (7)Mount Pleasant (7)Fredericksburg (6)Garland (6)Palestine (6)Victoria (6)Marble Falls (6)Granbury (6)Lewisville (6)Addison (6)Burleson (6)Mesquite (6)Hurst (6)San Marcos (6)Sherman (6)Boerne (6)Plainview (5)Marshall (5)Kerrville (5)Seguin (4)McAllen (4)Brownwood (4)Mission (4)Texas City (4)Athens (4)Cleburne (4)Fort Sam Houston (4)Decatur (4)Big Spring (3)Benbrook (3)Sulphur Springs (3)Richmond (3)Gonzales (3)Mineral Wells (3)Bastrop (3)Gatesville (3)Pittsburg (3)Uvalde (3)Harker Heights (3)Midlothian (3)Euless (3)Floresville (3)Friendswood (3)Borger (3)Dripping Springs (3)

Learn more about Orthopedic Surgery Specialists

An orthopedic surgeon specializes in diagnosing, treating, preventing and rehabilitating injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system, including the muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, nerves and bones. An orthopedic surgeon provides medical and surgical care for people of all ages who have problems with their joints, muscles or bones.

An orthopedic surgeon typically:

 
  • Evaluates a patient’s medical history and any previous tests or records

  • Performs a physical exam

  • Provides exercise, alternative and rehabilitation therapies

  • Orders and interprets laboratory and imaging tests and prescribes medications

  • Diagnoses and treats acute and chronic musculoskeletal diseases and conditions including back pain, arthritis, and sports injuries

  • Performs surgical procedures on your bones, joints, and surrounding tissues and structures, such as knee replacement or anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair

An orthopedic surgeon may also be known as a bone doctor, orthopedic doctor, joint specialist, or orthopedist. You may also see it spelled differently, as orthopaedic surgeon (orthopaedist).

There are 2353 specialists practicing Orthopedic Surgery in Texas with an overall average rating of 4.1 stars. There are 423 hospitals in Texas with affiliated Orthopedic Surgery specialists, including Memorial Hermann Northwest Hospital, Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital and Baptist Medical Center.