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We have established protocols for staff and physicians to ensure that our response is consistent with the standards of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local and state health departments. Many office visits can be done via Telemedicine.

Due to the increasingly stringent Shelter In Place orders, the need for determining true necessity for in-office visits is essential and required. Someone from your clinical team will contact you to determine your current needs.

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What Are the Common Causes of Wrist Pain?

Wrist problems can be painful and debilitating, affecting daily activities. In this blog post, our medical team explains the common causes of wrist pain,…

Posted by Orthopedic Specialists of Austin on Sep 17, 2020

Do I Have Carpal Tunnel or Arthritis?

While carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis are similar, there are some noticeable differences between the two. In this article, Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin describes the…

Posted by Orthopedic Specialists of Austin on Aug 24, 2020

How Long Does It Take to Recover from Heel Surgery?

Since heel pain can be debilitating, surgery is often the most effective course of action to give patients a better outcome. In this article, Orthopaedic…

Posted by Dr. Andrew Ebert on Aug 24, 2020

What Are the Benefits of Robot-Assisted Surgery?

At Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin, we use the most advanced surgical techniques, which includes robot-assisted surgical equipment. State-of-the-art robotic surgery offers several benefits over traditional…

Posted by Orthopedic Specialists of Austin on Jul 24, 2020

Non-Surgical vs. Surgical Treatment of Fractures

Broken bones can be treated a number of different ways. The type of procedure necessary depends on the severity of the break and the complexity…

Posted by MaryJo Blackmon on Jul 23, 2020

Toe Surgery for Fractures

Toe fractures are often under-diagnosed and as a result, under-treated. Prompt treatment is necessary for proper healing. In this blog post, our doctors at Orthopaedic…

Posted by Orthopedic Specialists of Austin on Jun 24, 2020

Reverse Shoulder Replacement

Individuals with shoulder arthritis can benefit from total shoulder replacement surgery. However, this procedure is not as advantageous for patients with cuff tear arthropathy, a…

Posted by MaryJo Blackmon on May 18, 2020

How Long Will My Nerve Compression Recovery Take?

Nerve decompression surgery can address weakness, tingling, numbness, and other symptoms related to nerve pressure. The surgical procedure can be performed on the spine or…

Posted by Orthopedic Specialists of Austin on Apr 22, 2020

Can Endoscopic Surgery Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Endoscopic surgery offers a minimally invasive form of surgery that can relieve joint pain. The doctors of Orthopedic Specialists of Austin explain how the surgery…

Posted by Orthopedic Specialists of Austin on Apr 03, 2020

Finding Relief with Plantar Fasciitis Release Surgery

Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition that can cause some to feel constant, daily pain. Plantar fasciitis release surgery can help.

Posted by Dr. Andrew Ebert on Feb 27, 2020

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Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin

At Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin, we have a team of board-certified specialists who can treat a wide range of conditions. Our specialists use the most advanced techniques to provide minimally invasive treatment options.

For more information about our services, contact our office online or call (512) 476-2830 today.

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Austin, TX 78751

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