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Orthopedic Doctors & Surgeons in Round Rock, TX

Since 2002, the orthopedists at Advanced Pain Care have been providing care for patients with various orthopedic conditions. Our orthopedic doctors and surgeons are board certified. This enables our centers to provide the best care possible to our patients. Dedicated physicians at Advanced Pain Care pair cutting-edge technology with modern practice techniques to facilitate the most beneficial and effective recovery.  Advanced Pain Care center is open in Round Rock.

Meet Our Orthopedic Specialist at Advanced Orthopedics

Advanced Pain Care specialists bring extensive clinical and research experience to our team of expert pain care physicians and provide our patients with the highest quality of care. We provide comprehensive orthopedic services to patients.

Contact: 512-244-4272

Why Choose Advanced Orthopedics?

  • Orthopedists at Advanced Pain Care employ a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to diagnosing and treating orthopedic diseases. 
  • Our orthopedic specialists utilize state-of-the-art technology, practices, and treatments for orthopedic injuries.
  • Orthopedists at Advanced Pain Care continually assess the latest orthopedic technology to impart the highest possible treatment outcomes.
  • Physicians at Advanced Pain Care spend more time getting to know their patients and their injuries. This helps us significantly improve the quality of life of every patient.
  • As leaders in orthopedic care, we know how to maintain joint health. That’s why we provide our patients with the support and resources to achieve the best care outcomes. 


Everyone here was very friendly, I was taken back right on time which is amazing! The doctor was very knowledgeable, and I appreciate that he was honest with me about the cost of things after I let him know it was a concern, instead of just telling me I needed things I didn’t.

— Ashlyn W.

Great Doc, listens and genuinely cares about his patients

— Sherry G.

What Does An Orthopedist Do?

Orthopedists are also called orthopedic surgeons. They diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions. These conditions affect the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles.

Some orthopedists are generalists. Others specialize in certain areas. These include.

  1. Hip and knee
  2. Foot and ankle
  3. Shoulder and elbow
  4. Hand
  5. Spine

Here are the chief orthopedic subspecialties.

  1. Foot and ankle surgery
  2. Hand and upper extremity surgery
  3. Joint replacement
  4. Orthopedic oncology, which includes tumor and cancer care
  5. Orthopedic trauma
  6. Spine surgery
  7. Sports medicine

When Should You See An Orthopedic Surgeon?

  • Loss of balance while standing or walking
  • Chronic pain lasting over 12 weeks
  • Decreased range of motion
  • Pain, stiffness, or numbness that makes daily functions difficult to perform
  • Bone, joint, or muscle pain that began after an injury/accident
  • Loss in coordination
  • Injury during sports or athletic activity
  • Increasing weakness in the limbs
  • Soft tissue injury that has not shown any improvement

Common Non-Surgical and Surgical Procedures We Follow

Non-surgical procedures for treating orthopedic conditions include:

  1. Corticosteroid injection to give relief in case of inflammation
  2. Sacroiliac (SI) joint injections in case of sacroiliac joint dysfunction
  3. Facet block injections to treat severe arthritis
  4. Cervical epidural injections to treat back, neck, or limb pain
  5. Ultrasound-guided steroid injections for knee pain
  6. Steroid injections in the bursa

Surgical procedures for orthopedic conditions include.

  1. Arthroplasty or joint replacements
  2. Ligament reconstructions
  3. Joint revision surgeries
  4. Arthroscopic surgeries
  5. Bunionectomy and hammer toe repair
  6. Cartilage repair or resurfacing

At Advanced Pain Care, our orthopedists approach each patient’s needs with an empathetic understanding that makes way for better diagnosis and treatment.

Our focus is facilitating the best treatment at optimal costs, so we provide very competitive insurance pay rates. Visit our website for more information on the Orthopedic specialty at Advanced Pain Care. If you are looking for the best orthopedist near you, call 512-244-4272 to schedule a same or next-day appointment with an orthopedist today at our Round Rock location.