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Do you have pain or injury relating to the arm, elbow, shoulder, hand, hip, knee, or leg? Then you might want to consider an Orthopedic specialist. Our expert physicians provide leading-edge, comprehensive care in the diagnosis and treatment of Orthopedic conditions, including total joint replacement and sports medicine. Returning you back to pain-free movement and full strength as quickly and painlessly as possible is our mission. After a comprehensive diagnosis, we will guide you through your non-surgical treatment options: medication, physical therapy, orthopedic braces, or other mobility aids. An orthopedic surgeon will also review minimally invasive surgical treatment options, resulting in a faster recovery time and less pain. You can access sports medicine and orthopedic care easily for issues from the shoulder to the legs at multiple locations across Central Texas.

Our orthopedic specialties

When pain or injury requires the attention of an orthopedic specialist, you may be referred by your primary care physician or self-refer if your insurance allows. An orthopedic surgeon can diagnose and provide surgical treatment for fractures, sports injuries, arthritis, hand problems, and other musculoskeletal ailments.  Our orthopedic surgeons’ goal is to help improve function and reduce pain in your daily life, whether it’s caused by a new or old sports injury, arthritis, or repetitive use. 

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Services

ACL Reconstruction

ACL Reconstruction

The ACL is the ligament in the knee that controls rotation and forward movement of the tibia (shin bone), and is the most common ligament to be injured. ACL reconstruction is a surgical treatment to restore stability at the knee joint.

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Arthritis Treatment

Arthritis Treatment

Arthritis and other rheumatic diseases are common conditions that cause pain, swelling, and limited movement. They affect joints and connective tissues around the body. 

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Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure to diagnose and treat conditions that affect joints. The surgeon can directly view the inside areas of a joint using a tool called an arthroscope, a small, tube-shaped tool that's used to look inside a joint. Orthopedic surgeons use arthroscopy to diagnose and treat joint problems. 

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Carpal Tunnel Release

Carpal Tunnel Release

Carpal tunnel release is a surgery used to treat and potentially heal carpal tunnel syndrome, which can be caused by injury, such as a sprain or fracture, repetitive use of a vibrating tool, or even a congenital predisposition (something that runs in families). 

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Cubital Tunnel Release

Cubital Tunnel Release

Cubital tunnel syndrome happens when the ulnar nerve, which passes through the cubital tunnel (a tunnel of muscle, ligament, and bone) on the inside of the elbow, becomes inflamed, swollen, and irritated.

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Fracture Care (Casting, Bracing, Surgery)

Fracture Care (Casting, Bracing, Surgery)

Fracture treatment to put the pieces of bone back in place, control the pain, give the bone time to heal, prevent complications, and restore normal use of the fractured area.

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Hand Surgery

Hand Surgery

An ARC orthopedic hand surgeon can diagnose, treat, and monitor your rehabilitation quickly and effectively. Our orthopedic surgeons’ goal is to help improve function and reduce pain in your daily life, whether it’s caused by a new or old sports injury, arthritis, or repetitive use. 

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Hip Replacement

Hip Replacement

Hip replacement surgery (total hip arthroplasty) is surgery to replace a worn out or damaged hip joint with an artificial joint (prosthesis). This surgery may be a choice after a hip fracture or for severe pain because of arthritis.

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Injections

Injections

Injections or shots deliver liquid medications, fluids, or nutrients directly into your body.

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Joint Replacement

Joint Replacement

Joint replacement surgery removes and replaces an arthritic or damaged joint with an artificial joint (prosthesis). It may be considered after all other treatment options have failed to relieve pain or improve function.

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Knee Replacement

Knee Replacement

Knee replacement surgery removes the damaged parts of your knee joint and replaces them with new, artificial parts. If your knee causes you pain because of arthritis, injury or age, knee replacement surgery is option to reduce the pain.

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Lumbar Discectomy

Lumbar Discectomy

Lumbar discectomy is a type of surgery to fix a bulging disk in the lower back.

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Meniscus Surgery (Repair, Partial Meniscectomy)

Meniscus Surgery (Repair, Partial Meniscectomy)

Meniscus Surgery (Repair, Partial Meniscectomy) is a procedure to remove or repair a torn meniscus.

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Orthopedic Surgery

Orthopedic Surgery

ARC Orthopedic surgeons provide leading-edge, comprehensive care in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of Orthopedic conditions, including total joint replacement and sports medicine. 

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Rotator Cuff Repair

Rotator Cuff Repair

The rotator cuff is made up of muscles and tendons that hold the shoulder in place, that allows you to lift your arm and reach up. A rotator cuff tear involves 1 or more rotator cuff tendons becoming inflamed and torn from overuse, aging, a fall on an outstretched hand, or a collision.

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Shoulder Instability Repair

Shoulder Instability Repair

Shoulder instability happens when muscles and ligaments that hold it together are stretched beyond their normal limits, most often in young people and athletes. It can cause pain that comes on either quickly or gradually, a feeling that the shoulder is loose, or a weakness in the arm.

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Shoulder Replacement

Shoulder Replacement

Shoulder replacement surgery removes diseased or damaged bone in the shoulder and replaces it with an artificial joint.

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Spine Care

Spine Care

Spine care focuses on back pain and injuries that may require surgery, occupational therapy, or lifestyle changes.

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Total Joint Evaluation

Total Joint Evaluation

Before a treatment or rehabilitation plan can be made, your ARC orthopedist must find what is causing your condition. This typically involves a physical exam and a review of your health history.

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Trigger Finger Release

Trigger Finger Release

Trigger finger is a condition in which the tendon sheath becomes inflamed and thickened and prevents the smooth extension or flexion of the finger or thumb. The finger may lock or "trigger" suddenly.

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X-Ray

X-Ray

Standard x-rays are done for many reasons. These reasons include diagnosing tumors, bone injuries, and other reasons for spine pain.

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Conditions

ACL Tear

ACL Tear

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) of the knee is one of four knee ligaments that stabilize the knee, and is one of the most common ligaments to be injured. The ACL is often stretched or torn during a sudden twisting motion, or when the feet stay planted one way, but the knees turn the other way.

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Ankle Pain

Ankle Pain

Ankle pain can impact your body movement. This can be caused by injuries, aging, and chronic conditions.

Back Pain

Back Pain

Back pain can range from a mild, dull, annoying ache to persistent, severe, disabling pain. Pain in your back can limit your ability to move.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is when the median nerve is squeezed (compressed) as it passes through the carpal tunnel. If it gets compressed or irritated, you may have symptoms, which include weakness when gripping objects with one or both hands or pain or numbness in one or both hands.

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Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital tunnel syndrome happens when the ulnar nerve, which passes through the cubital tunnel (a tunnel of muscle, ligament, and bone) on the inside of the elbow, becomes inflamed, swollen, and irritated.

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Elbow Arthritis

Elbow Arthritis

Elbow arthritis can occur from the area being overused due to age and repetitive activities or as a result of an injury that wears down or damages the cartilage in the elbow.

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Elbow Pain

Elbow Pain

Elbow pain may include discomfort in the area's joints, muscles, tendons, or ligaments.

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Fractures

Fractures

A fracture is a partial or complete break in the bone, caused by falls, injury, or as a result of a direct hit or kick to the body. Fractures most often happen when more force is applied to the bone than the bone can take.

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Hand Arthritis

Hand Arthritis

Arthritis is loss of joint cartilage, often with inflammation, pain and stiffness. It can occur in many areas of the hand and wrist, and can be very painful.

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Hand Fracture

Hand Fracture

A hand fracture is a break in any one of the bones in the hand.

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Hip Arthritis

Hip Arthritis

Hip arthritis causes the cartilage in the hip joint to wear down or become damaged, causing the bone surface of the joint to grind against each other and become rough.

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Hip Impingement

Hip Impingement

A hip impingement occurs when the femoral head (ball of the hip) pinches up against the cup of the hip. This can happen due to a misshapen femoral head, a deformed femoral neck, or a hip socket that covers too much of the femoral head.

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Knee Arthritis

Knee Arthritis

Knee arthritis is caused by worn-down cartilage in the joint, making the knee stiff and painful with certain movements.

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Labral Tear

Labral Tear

The labrum is a piece of fibrocartilage (rubbery tissue) attached to the rim of the shoulder socket that helps keep the ball of the joint in place. When this cartilage is torn, it is called a labral tear.

Meniscus Tear

Meniscus Tear

Meniscus tears can happen during a sudden rotating movement while bearing weight, such as when twisting the upper leg while the foot stays in one place during sports and other activities, or can develop over time (degenerative).

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Neck Pain

Neck Pain

Neck pain can be caused by various reasons, including age, overuse, injuries, sprains, strains, problems with your vertebrae, and more.

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Radiculopathy

Radiculopathy

Radiculopathy is more commonly known as a pinched nerve, and is most likely to occur in your low back (lumbar radiculopathy), but it can also affect your neck (cervical radiculopathy) or other parts of your spine.

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Rotator Cuff Tear

Rotator Cuff Tear

The rotator cuff is made up of muscles and tendons that hold the shoulder in place, that allows you to lift your arm and reach up. A rotator cuff tear involves 1 or more rotator cuff tendons becoming inflamed and torn from overuse, aging, a fall on an outstretched hand, or a collision.

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Shoulder Arthritis

Shoulder Arthritis

Osteoarthritis of the AC joint in the shoulder is common in middle-aged or older adults.

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Shoulder Dislocation

Shoulder Dislocation

Shoulder dislocation is often caused by a major force that separates your shoulder joint's ball (the top rounded part of your upper arm bone) from your joint's socket (glenoid). Treatment may include rehab, limiting movement, or surgery, if nonsurgical methods don't restore stability.

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Tennis Elbow/Lateral Epicondylitis

Tennis Elbow/Lateral Epicondylitis

Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is swelling of the tendons that bend your wrist backward away from your palm, and is usually diagnosed in both men and women between ages 30 to 50.

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Trigger Finger

Trigger Finger

Trigger finger is a condition in which the tendon sheath becomes inflamed and thickened and prevents the smooth extension or flexion of the finger or thumb. The finger may lock or "trigger" suddenly.

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Wrist Arthritis

Wrist Arthritis

Wrist arthritis is the loss of cartilage between wrist bones, which can cause pain, swelling, and stiffness.

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Wrist Fracture

Wrist Fracture

A wrist fracture is when you break one of the bones in the area. This may cause pain, tenderness, bruising, and swelling.

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Locations & Providers

  • ARC Cedar Park Building B
    801 East Whitestone Blvd
    Building B
    Cedar Park, TX 78613
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    • Matthew D. Driscoll, MD
      Matthew Driscoll, MD
      Matthew D. Driscoll, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeShoulderSports Medicine
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Michael M. Farris, PA
      Michael Farris, PA
      Michael M. Farris, PA
      Orthopedics Spine
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • David H. Michel, MD
      David Michel, MD
      David H. Michel, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeHip & Knee Replacement Surgery
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Daniel D. Piligian, PA-C
      Daniel Piligian, PA-C
      Daniel D. Piligian, PA-C
      Orthopedics
      4.9

      Accepting new patients

    • Gregg A. Vagner, MD
      Gregg Vagner, MD
      Gregg A. Vagner, MD
      Orthopedics Arm/ElbowHand
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

  • ARC Far West
    6835 Austin Center Blvd
    Austin, TX 78731
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    • Claire A Kondrotas, PA
      Claire Kondrotas, PA
      Claire A Kondrotas, PA
      Orthopedics
      4.9

      Accepting new patients

    • Thea M. Libbos, PA-C
      Thea Libbos, PA-C
      Thea M. Libbos, PA-C
      Orthopedics
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Jeffrey R. Padalecki, MD
      Jeffrey Padalecki, MD
      Jeffrey R. Padalecki, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeShoulderSports Medicine
      4.7

      Accepting new patients

    • Lee M. Reichel, MD
      Lee Reichel, MD
      Lee M. Reichel, MD
      Orthopedics Arm/ElbowHand
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

  • ARC Medical Park Tower Orthopedics
    1301 West 38th Street
    Suite 102
    Austin, TX 78705
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    • Michael A. Andreo, MD
      Michael Andreo, MD
      Michael A. Andreo, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeSports Medicine
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Matthew D. Driscoll, MD
      Matthew Driscoll, MD
      Matthew D. Driscoll, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeShoulderSports Medicine
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Michael M. Farris, PA
      Michael Farris, PA
      Michael M. Farris, PA
      Orthopedics Spine
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Claire A Kondrotas, PA
      Claire Kondrotas, PA
      Claire A Kondrotas, PA
      Orthopedics
      4.9

      Accepting new patients

    • Thea M. Libbos, PA-C
      Thea Libbos, PA-C
      Thea M. Libbos, PA-C
      Orthopedics
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • David H. Michel, MD
      David Michel, MD
      David H. Michel, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeHip & Knee Replacement Surgery
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Jeffrey R. Padalecki, MD
      Jeffrey Padalecki, MD
      Jeffrey R. Padalecki, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeShoulderSports Medicine
      4.7

      Accepting new patients

    • Daniel D. Piligian, PA-C
      Daniel Piligian, PA-C
      Daniel D. Piligian, PA-C
      Orthopedics
      4.9

      Accepting new patients

    • Lee M. Reichel, MD
      Lee Reichel, MD
      Lee M. Reichel, MD
      Orthopedics Arm/ElbowHand
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Gregg A. Vagner, MD
      Gregg Vagner, MD
      Gregg A. Vagner, MD
      Orthopedics Arm/ElbowHand
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

  • ARC Round Rock
    940 Hesters Crossing Road
    Round Rock, TX 78681
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    • Matthew D. Driscoll, MD
      Matthew Driscoll, MD
      Matthew D. Driscoll, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeShoulderSports Medicine
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Michael M. Farris, PA
      Michael Farris, PA
      Michael M. Farris, PA
      Orthopedics Spine
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Claire A Kondrotas, PA
      Claire Kondrotas, PA
      Claire A Kondrotas, PA
      Orthopedics
      4.9

      Accepting new patients

    • David H. Michel, MD
      David Michel, MD
      David H. Michel, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeHip & Knee Replacement Surgery
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Daniel D. Piligian, PA-C
      Daniel Piligian, PA-C
      Daniel D. Piligian, PA-C
      Orthopedics
      4.9

      Accepting new patients

    • Lee M. Reichel, MD
      Lee Reichel, MD
      Lee M. Reichel, MD
      Orthopedics Arm/ElbowHand
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

  • ARC South 1st
    3828 South 1st Street
    Austin, TX 78704
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    • Michael M. Farris, PA
      Michael Farris, PA
      Michael M. Farris, PA
      Orthopedics Spine
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Gregg A. Vagner, MD
      Gregg Vagner, MD
      Gregg A. Vagner, MD
      Orthopedics Arm/ElbowHand
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

  • ARC Southwest
    1807 West Slaughter Lane
    Suite 490
    Austin, TX 78748
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    • Michael M. Farris, PA
      Michael Farris, PA
      Michael M. Farris, PA
      Orthopedics Spine
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Thea M. Libbos, PA-C
      Thea Libbos, PA-C
      Thea M. Libbos, PA-C
      Orthopedics
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

    • Jeffrey R. Padalecki, MD
      Jeffrey Padalecki, MD
      Jeffrey R. Padalecki, MD
      Orthopedics HipKneeShoulderSports Medicine
      4.7

      Accepting new patients

    • Gregg A. Vagner, MD
      Gregg Vagner, MD
      Gregg A. Vagner, MD
      Orthopedics Arm/ElbowHand
      4.8

      Accepting new patients

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