When recovering from a workout, there is a difference between muscular soreness and pain. Bonnie P. Gregory, MD, orthopedic surgeon with UT Physicians, shares her expertise on common workout injuries and when you should see a physician.
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Young tennis athlete returns to the court after multiple surgeries
Luke Henley's dreams of playing professional tennis are back on track after multiple surgeries to repair his femur.
UTHealth Houston transitions to Epic electronic medical record system
UTHealth Houston is transitioning to a new electronic medical record system and patient portal on May 8 to improve care.
One step at a time: Knee replacement surgeries allow patient to enjoy active lifestyle
After having two knee replacement surgeries during the pandemic, Marcia Gould can now get back to her active lifestyle.
UT Physicians announces digital COVID-19 screening
UT Physicians is making screening for COVID-19 convenient and contactless through its new app available on both Apple and Android devices.
Active senior bounces back from major surgery
Leslie Barnings-Joyce broke her femur but it didn't set her back for long. Thanks to the team at UT Physicians, she's back to enjoying her active lifestyle.
A collaborative approach to scoliosis
June marks Scoliosis Awareness Month, a perfect time to highlight our team of experts who specialize in spinal conditions.
Back on the field
After sustaining a traumatic brain injury on the baseball field, Jason Guidry is back to normal after help from UT Physicians.
Star soccer player learns to chase new dream
Twenty-two-year old Cienna Arietta has not let a severe concussion stop her from pursuing her dreams.
Sports physicals more critical in the wake of COVID-19
Sports physicals have always been important in identifying underlying health issues for student-athletes. They are increasingly more essential as school districts and other officials set guidelines for reopening schools this fall.
The new normal of surgeries during COVID-19
After sustaining an orthopedic injury, Jaijo required emergency surgery. However, with a pandemic underway, his surgical experience would be different.
The rise of pediatric injuries at home
COVID-19 has led to a rise in home injuries and emergency visits. Read more on the types of injuries that may occur, possible symptoms to look for, safety measures you can take, and when you should seek care.
Unstoppable teen recovers from painful hip condition
Seventeen-year-old Marlee Steele didn't allow a painful hip condition to prevent her from playing sports and living life. Thanks to UT Physicians, she's made a full recovery.
Trust looks like this: Caring for patients during a time of great need
UT Physicians is committed to taking care of patients, regardless of their situation. We want our patients to know that we are here for them.
Expanding access to telehealth
In the midst of a pandemic, health care providers turn to virtual care to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Expert suggestions for maintaining your workouts during COVID-19
Exercise routines may have been disrupted because of COVID-19. Experts suggestions on how to keep fit during the pandemic.
Tips for a successful telehealth visit
Be prepared for a successful telehealth visit by incorporating these expert tips before and during your next appointment with your health care provider.
For the love of dance
After receiving a startling diagnosis, Dani was determined to do whatever was necessary to return to her passion - dancing.
Scoliosis: Demystifying the condition
Dr. Timothy C. Borden, pediatric orthopedic and scoliosis surgeon, discusses common misconceptions about scoliosis, including what causes the condition.
State-of-the-art orthopedic clinic to open in Katy
UT Physicians Orthopedics - Katy is relocating to a new state-of-the-art facility, serving both adult and pediatric patients.