Post-Operative Instruction Checklist
An ongoing relationship with your sports medicine physician can prevent further damage to any previous injuries and optimize your time and effort in building strength and longevity as an athlete. Prepare to find and meet your physician with these answers to common questions and tips for your first appointment.
This is his third third year in a row. Texas Super Doctors are nominated by physicians as those they would choose in
seeking medical care. Only 2.5 percent of active Texas physicians are named to the Rising Stars list. Physicians are grouped into specialties, and those who acquire the highest total points from surveys, research and blue-ribbon panel reviews are selected for inclusion.
Learn what to expect from your shoulder surgery from one of the best surgeons in the nation. Dr. Gombera will tell you everything that you need to know!
Hip bursitis can be painful and bothersome, but these great home exercises can help you strengthen your joint and ease the discomfort. Click to read more!
Winter incidents frequently occur because of wet ice and snow buildup. However, several injuries recur each time the weather turns frigid when people do not take appropriate cautions. The most common types of winter accidents are slipping on ice, snow removal, driving mishaps and winter sports collisions. Learn what are the most common winter injuries?
Before deciding on surgery, your doctor will opt for non-surgical treatments such as medication, physical therapy and lifestyle changes. While those options do work for many people, musculoskeletal pain that occurs in the hip, knee and shoulder may require surgery, but how do you know if you need an operation?
What to Expect from your Arthroscopic Meniscus Repair