All of us at All-Star Orthopaedics are here to serve you. We are committed to helping you in maintaining your physical health and experiencing a vibrant and active livelihood.
At All-Star Orthopaedics, we can help improve a variety of conditions you may be experiencing with your body. From minor aches and discomfort in the shoulders and the knees, to major pain and debilitating conditions caused by sports and work-related injuries, to spinal conditions and other factors. Although we are a top orthopaedic surgery practice, we understand that major surgery is not the only answer to fix the problem you may have. All-Star Orthopaedics explores all avenues of treatment before surgery, including physical therapy and other conservative approaches to your condition.
When surgery is determined to be the best option, All-Star Orthopaedics offers care from some of the most respected medical professionals in the region. Our team is led by eight orthopaedic surgeons with specialty experience in a range of areas, including foot and ankle surgery; hand, elbow, and wrist surgery; spinal, back, and neck surgery; general Orthopaedics; joint replacement; and sports medicine. Our primary goal is to meet your needs and exceed your expectations with safe, advanced procedures designed to improve your quality of life.
Founded in 1997, All-Star Orthopaedic is comprised of some of the most experienced doctors, physical therapists, physician’s assistants, and support staff at our centers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, in addition to our new location in Flower Mound. We also specialize in surgery of the spine, back, and neck, and All-Star Orthopaedics has its own on-site physical rehabilitation center. We utilize advanced clinical procedures, state-of-the-art technology, and an impeccably skilled team of orthopaedic surgeons and specialists to address every aspect of your care.
All-Star Orthopaedics puts patients first, and we genuinely care about your well-being. Every member of our staff is dedicated to helping you overcome your condition, treating you with compassion, respect, and the professionalism that assures you that you are getting the best in care.
At All-Star Orthopaedics, we can help you lead an active life by treating injuries incurred on the sports field, in the workplace, plus those caused by everyday wear and tear. We can detect common conditions of aging and create a treatment plan
that can help reduce its effects. We can replace joints, and relieve simple to extreme aches and pains. Although surgery can sometimes be necessary, our doctors will work to provide you with an effective treatment plan where surgery may not be required. Overall, we can help you restore your body as much as possible, and get you back to an active lifestyle and a better outlook for the future.
Please contact our orthopaedic center today for more information, or to schedule a consultation. All-Star Orthopaedics has convenient locations in Southlake, Irving and Flower Mound, and serves much of the North Texas and DFW area, including Dallas, Fort Worth, Coppell, Carrollton, Grapevine, Lewisville, Keller, Trophy Club, and beyond.
At All-Star Orthopaedics, we concentrate on making our procedures as minimally invasive as possible. Our specialty-trained orthopaedic and spinal surgeons believe surgery should be performed only after non-surgical treatment options have been exhausted. From knee replacement to spinal surgery and many other procedures, our specialists utilize state-of-the-art technology and decades of expertise to reduce the severity of invasive surgery, allowing you to heal and recover more quickly. Minimally invasive techniques can also reduce the amount of visible scarring you may experience after treatment – in many cases, incisions need only to be about three millimeters in diameter. All of our treatment plans are customized to your individual needs and your specific orthopaedic or spinal condition, and your surgery may require only local anesthesia and a small bandage after the procedure.
quickly. Minimally invasive techniques can also reduce the amount of visible scarring you may experience after treatment – in many cases, incisions need only to be about three millimeters in diameter. All of our treatment plans are customized to your individual needs and your specific orthopaedic or spinal condition, and your surgery may require only local anesthesia and a small bandage after the procedure.
“Dr. Honig and the ASO staff are professional, courteous, informative and have great bedside manners. My injury was quite severe and required extensive repair. I am less than two weeks out of surgery and I am feeling much better. I met with Casey (my PT) today. Progress is going very well. I am extremely satisfied. Thank you all.”
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