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What is a Hip Labral Tear?


Friday, May 22nd, 2020

A hip labral tear is an injury that’s more common among athletes. This injury occurs when the labrum, which is the cartilage that surrounds the joint, goes through trauma. It can be very painful and can even cause deformities if it’s severe enough. Here’s what you need to know about a hip labral tear. What…





What is a Hip Flexor?


Friday, May 22nd, 2020

You hear about hip flexor muscles, and you know they need to be stretched, and you know they can hurt sometimes. But do you really know what the hip flexors do and how important they are? What are Hip Flexors? Hip flexors are located on the front top part of your thigh in the pelvic…





What Is A Microfracture Of The Knee?


Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

  Researchers have found that knee pain strikes millions of Americans each year. This statistic is not surprising when one considers the knee is the body’s largest joint and arguably the most used and abused of said structures. Healthy knee joints are paramount to optimal mobility. One specific issue often impacting the knee is damaged…





When should I see the doctor about knee pain?


Tuesday, May 12th, 2020

The knee is one of the largest joint in the body. It is one of the few joints in the body that allows for a wide range of motion, up to 150 degrees. The knee depends on a complex system of muscles, tendons, bones, cartilages, and ligaments to perform these functions. Considering that the knee…





What type of therapy is needed after Arthroscopic Bankart Repair?


Tuesday, May 12th, 2020

What Type Of Therapy Is Needed After Arthroscopic Bankart Repair? The recovery process from an orthopedic procedure known as arthroscopic bankart repair often necessitates a period of physical therapy. The Plano Orthopedic Sports Medicine and Spine Center, which serves the residents of North Texas, sometimes simply abbreviated as POSMC, invites you to read this short…





What is Osteoarthritis of the Knee?


Monday, April 20th, 2020

  Osteoarthritis is a condition of the joints wherein the cartilage begins to break down. While it can affect any joint of the body, it most commonly occurs in the articular cartilage of the knees because of the stress that they endure on a daily basis. It is problematic because the cartilage acts as a…





What type of therapy is needed after ACL Reconstruction?


Monday, April 20th, 2020

Appropriate physical therapy is essential to a full recovery from ACL reconstruction. Loss of motion is the most common complication of this surgery and the most common reason some patients develop arthritis. However, loss of motion is usually preventable with the use of the proper therapies at the proper time. A typical therapeutic program can…





What is ACL Reconstruction?


Monday, April 13th, 2020

Managing patients thru COVID-19 and maintaining a clear plan when selecting & understanding ACL Reconstruction surgery is vital for a successful outcome! What is ACL Reconstruction? ACL reconstruction is a type of knee surgery that repairs your anterior cruciate ligament. This is one of four ligaments in the knee that help to stabilize it. Some…





What is Arthroscopic Bankart Repair?


Monday, March 23rd, 2020

Physically active people might experience a wide array of injuries. In many instances, a tear in a component of the shoulder joint known as the labrum is a quite common pain-inducing problem that precipitates individuals to seek help from an orthopedic specialist. Should a labrum tear progress, said condition might elicit a condition known as…





What is Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair?


Wednesday, March 11th, 2020

Injuring or tearing your rotator cuff can be debilitating and negatively impact the quality of your life. You may find yourself less able to do the things you used to. There is a specialized surgical procedure that can help. Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair may be the best option for you. What Is Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff…





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"I wish every single doctor office ran like Plano Orthopedic. Efficient, on schedule, knowledgeable and friendly. I recommend this place to everyone."
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"I wish every single doctor office ran like Plano Orthopedic. Efficient, on schedule, knowledgeable and friendly. I recommend this place to everyone."

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"The best part of the visit was the friendly family attitude that older people value -- no cold professional hurried treatment. I highly recommend Plano Orthopedic."
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"The best part of the visit was the friendly family attitude that older people value -- no cold professional hurried treatment. I highly recommend Plano Orthopedic."

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"Everyone is great at what they do and they compliment each other's jobs and positions. Great office."
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"Everyone is great at what they do and they compliment each other's jobs and positions. Great office."

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COVID-19 Update

Updated May 11, 2020

Plano Orthopedic, in unison with the CDC and other governmental agencies is committed to providing our patients with the highest quality care while supporting social distancing and protective measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  The health and safety of our patients, employees and their families are our highest priority.

Dr. Richard Evanson spoke with Good Morning Texas about Plano Orthopedic’s  mission to continue treating patients in a safe environment during this pandemic. Click here to watch the video!

Office Schedule

Our office is open and operating from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.  These are the same hours of operation Plano Orthopedic had prior to the pandemic. Following the Texas Medical Board minimum COVID-19 standards of safe practice,  Plano Orthopedic is requesting all patients wear a mask when visiting with the physicians.

Safety Screenings

Plano Orthopedic will continue to screen patients for potential symptoms of COVID-19 prior to their visit.  For those patients with urgent needs, we are asking you NOT to present yourself in our office if you are feeling unwell, have a fever, cough, shortness of breath or have come in contact with a person who has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Please contact us to reschedule your appointment. We will also be screening all patients upon entry and are asking that patients over age 18 do not bring a visitor with them. Please also wash your hands upon entering and exiting our facility and practice social distancing in the lobby.

Elective Surgeries

In accordance with governmental recommendations, Plano Orthopedic surgeons will continue to perform elective surgical procedures.  Patients with urgent needs, may be scheduled sooner, but only after consultation with their provider. Please anticipate a call from our clinical teams. 

Telehealth Visits

Telehealth visits allow a patient to be cared for by our physicians and providers through video and audio technology.  You will then receive a link that you can utilize from either a computer (with video and audio capability), smart devices, or tablet.

We Appreciate your Cooperation and Understanding

We sincerely appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work together to protect our patients and staff. We hope you are confident in Plano Orthopedics as we expand our health and safety measures during this time, while continuing to provide care to our patients.

The COVID-19 situation is fluid and we will be updating this page as the situation continues to evolve.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 972-250-5700

 

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