Whether you suffered an injury playing sports or have dealt with arthritis for years, orthopedic problems can limit your active lifestyle. Let the orthopedic experts at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Lake Pointe keep you healthy and active at any age.
Conveniently located and technologically advanced, our Rowlett hospital offers comprehensive orthopedic services from board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons that perform innovative, minimally invasive joint replacement and arthroscopic procedures. We can provide the orthopedic care you need closer to home in Rowlett.
We provide quick, easy and convenient back and neck care at the Back and Neck Center.Learn more about the Back and Neck Center
If you’re bothered by foot or ankle pain, see your doctor to help prevent your symptoms from progressing. If you need a physician, foot and ankle specialists on the medical staff can help get your feet on the treatment path that’s right for you. Get ready to move better.More about foot and ankle pain
Your fingers, hands, wrists and elbows are integral in daily living. With them you play music or sports, text your friends, work or hold hands with your loved ones. While many upper extremity conditions can be treated through medication or rest, some may require surgery.More about hand and wrist pain
Designed to provide comprehensive care for patients who undergo joint replacement, our joint wellness program’s separate unit—with all private rooms—includes a dedicated staff specially trained in orthopedics to deliver your care and a joint wellness coordinator to help meet your needs.
The orthopedic surgeons on the medical staff are skilled at:
- Hip replacement
- Knee replacement
- Knee arthroscopy
- Shoulder arthroscopy
Anterior hip replacement
Baylor Scott & White Health Orthopedic surgeons offer posterior hip replacement, as well as the anterior approach. For many people suffering from arthritis, hip pain, stiffness and/or limited hip movement, anterior hip replacement may be an option. It is a minimally invasive technique that offers these benefits:
- It allows the orthopedic surgeon to get to the hip joint from the front of the hip rather than having to cut and then re-attach muscles around the hip as in the conventional approach to hip replacement surgery.
- In the anterior approach, an orthopedic surgeon reaches the hip by working through natural openings between muscles. By not having to cut the muscles, there is usually decreased pain and healing time following anterior hip surgery.
- Patients are allowed to bend their hip freely post-operatively and can bear full weight as soon as comfortable. This usually results in a more rapid return to normal function and reduced hip pain.
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Lake Pointe offers surgical procedures to correct shoulder pain and other conditions of the shoulder, including minimally invasive, all-arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs.
Joint wellness video
Patients who complete our joint replacement pre-surgical education class have better outcomes and results during their healing process.
Through our comprehensive and engaging rehabilitation and physical therapies, our goal is to restore healthy function and independence.Learn about physical therapy and rehabilitation
Shoulder or elbow pain can limit normal activities from placing something on a shelf to having a restful night’s sleep. The good news is there are physicians on the medical staff focused on elbow and shoulder care who can listen to your physical history, review imaging, and invite you to choose a treatment plan best suited for your needs, which may include rehabilitation.
More about shoulder and elbow pain
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Whether you’re an athlete or just living a full life, quick movement, body mechanics, overuse, poor posture, or taking a misstep can do an "end-run" on your joints, tendons and ligaments, and sometimes your brain by sustaining a concussion.
Comprehensive care is our game plan for athletes, the active and those with sports-like injuries.
- If you are experiencing pain or have aggravated a previous injury, speak to your doctor and find a rehabilitation location convenient for you.
- Learn more about our sports concussion treatment program.
- Orthopedic sports medicine surgeons on the medical staff are skilled at treating and repairing all types of injuries resulting from participating in sports or even injuries that result from everyday life.
Baylor Scott & White SportsCare is designed to meet the unique health needs and challenges of athletes, entire teams and sports organizations at every level.About SportsCare
Joint surgery guides
A notebook specific to your orthopedic surgery has been prepared by the joint wellness team to aid in your recovery. Download the joint surgery guide that's right for you by clicking one of the following links.
Educación y recursos
Ofrecemos una variedad de consejos sobre prevención de lesiones y estilo de vida para ayudarlo a moverse mejor.
News and media
How same-day joint replacement is revolutionizing the surgery experience
Many people with hip or knee pain are hesitant about choosing joint replacement surgery due to hospital stays. With same-day joint replacement, it’s possible to have hip or knee replacement surgery in the morning and go home that afternoon, instead of spending three to five days in the hospital. Dr. Umar Burney explains this procedure in his recent article.
Common knee injuries and how you can avoid them
Knee injuries are one of the most common orthopedic injuries we treat. While not every knee injury can be avoided, you can do things to reduce risk or decrease the severity of an injury when it happens. Dr. Dan Volpini covers three common types of knee injuries, who is at risk and the basic steps you can take to protect your knees.
Orthopedic injuries: Why being male or female makes a difference
Did you know being male or female can impact your orthopedic health? Differences in bony anatomy, ligaments or muscle mass mean males and females have different orthopedic vulnerabilities. Dr. Kushal Patel highlights these areas of increased risk and what steps you can take to help prevent injuries.