Austin Orthopedic Surgeon
October 17, 2019

In many cases, a little ibuprofen and rest can go a long way in healing an injury or ailment. Minor issues often subside on their own, and we’d rather not sacrifice time or money on a trip to see an Austin orthopedic surgeon, so we tough it out for a couple of days and hope […]

best orthopedic surgeon
September 27, 2019

Putting yourself in the hands of another person is a huge decision. When you choose an experienced surgeon, the chances of your condition being treated in the safest and most effective way possible are much greater. An experienced specialist will have extensive training in proper diagnosis, and will know the best non-surgical and, if necessary, […]

injury Prevention
September 19, 2019

We’re all familiar with the “No Days Off” mantra, whether it be applied towards work goals, personal goals, or fitness goals. This phrase isn’t inherently unhealthy, as it can inspire some to push themselves to work diligently towards a goal until it’s achieved. The only issue with a “No Days Off” lifestyle is when it’s […]

Austin sports medicine
August 30, 2019

It’s that time of year again! School is back in session, vacationers are returning home and we’re all settling back into our normal routines. With the end of Summer comes excitement for all things fall: changing leaves, cooler temperatures, Halloween, and most of all – SPORTS!  You football fans have likely already selected your Fantasy […]

Best hand surgeon
August 20, 2019

The process of choosing a physician to treat your injury can be confusing and difficult. The priority, of course, is to fix the issue as much, as quickly, and as painlessly as possible, but other factors like bedside manner, personability, communication skills, and level of sympathy also contribute to your overall experience. We’d like to […]

A Surgeon’s Wellness Instruments: Empathy, Scalpel, and Music
April 25, 2019

Music has a primal power to impact quality of life whether it creates healing, happiness, self-expression, human connection or calm. Austinites, as listeners and performers, know that as well as anyone. Most of our lives are imbued with music; in restaurants and retail shops, in our cars and trucks, our late-night watering holes. We play […]

December 12, 2018

The hand and wrist are made up of many small joints that all work together to create motion, including fine motor skills needed to handle small and large objects. Joints that are affected by arthritis can make daily activities, including tying your shoes or picking up a spoon, difficult. Since arthritis can occur in many […]

October 30, 2018

Everyone knows the story about the starving artist. But what happens when the artist breaks their arm? Is that the end of their career? I don’t think it should be. That’s why I created the Musician Treatment Foundation (MTF). What is The Musician Treatment Foundation? The Musician Treatment Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to […]