Orthopedic Services

Orthopedic care in Harker Heights, TX

At Seton Medical Center Harker Heights, we understand how uncomfortable it can be to live with joint pain. Our orthopedic surgeons are committed to helping you live a pain-free life. We offer a wide range of joint replacement surgery options, including knee and hip replacements, as well as hand surgery and treatment for back pain. Using leading-edge technology and advanced, minimally-invasive techniques whenever possible, our surgeons provide the exceptional orthopedic care that you and your loved ones deserve.

Our orthopedic treatments and services

Our surgeons are trained to provide the following orthopedic treatments and procedures:

  • Emergency orthopedic surgery
  • Foot and ankle care
  • Hand and elbow care
  • Hip fracture treatment
  • Hip replacement
  • Knee replacement
  • Shoulder procedures
  • Sports medicine

Active Again Total Joint Camp

Our Total Hip and Knee Joint Camp helps prepare patients for surgery and ease their anxiety about the procedure by offering you a variety of resources and support. At Joint Camp, our team will provide you with education and information to assist in surgery preparation, as well as answer any questions you may have. Our goal is to comfort you and help you heal so that you can get back to living an active life again.

Our joint camp will help you with the following:

  • Knowing what to expect after surgery
  • Instructing you on strengthening exercises
  • Providing tools to help you before and after surgery
  • Offering discharge options after your procedure

Should you have any questions regarding Joint Camp, please contact your physician’s office directly or the following team member:

Chris Egizio, PT, MPT

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What is an Orthopedic Doctor?

An orthopedic doctor is generally a surgeon who specializes in the surgical and non-surgical treatment of diseases, disorders, and injuries (including fractures) of the skeletal system: spine, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and peripheral nerves. These conditions include:

  • Soft tissue injuries and diseases
  • Sports injuries and arthroscopic surgery
  • Degenerative joint disease and joint replacement
  • Open and closed treatment of broken bones
  • Torn knee ligaments and cartilage
  • Hand surgery including carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Ruptured disc
  • Arthritic changes causing compression of the nerve root and spinal cord