The Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute – OSMI Wishes All Participants A Great Race At This Evening’s Advocats Glow Run! The event date is March 23, 2019. Register for the Aledo Children’s AdvoCats 14th Annual Run, Walk or Crawl 1K and 5K Event.
Throwing Injuries in Athletes by Dr. G. Todd Moore is the Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne topic for lecture series "A Discussion about Health & Well-Being" on Friday, July 7, 2017 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM. Dr. G. Todd Moore is a Diplomate of the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery and is a practicing orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist at the Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Institute of Fort Worth. Dr. Moore also has offices in Willow Park and Cleburne.
Throwing Injuries in Athletes
Do you have nagging shoulder pain or stiff joints in your arm? Join Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne and Dr. G. Todd Moore for a discussion on throwing injuries commonly found in athletes.
The lecture will be held just prior to the July 7 Railroaders game. The lecture is free with the purchase of a game ticket. Enroll today to reserve your seat. Light refreshments will be served.
Friday, July 7, 2017 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Railroaders Ball ark Conductor's Club 1906 Brazzle Blvd. Cleburne, TX 76033
This event is complimentary, but seating is limited. Register today to reserve your place.
Our staff at OSMI wish to promote the health and safety of young athletes in training and competition. The Preparticipation Physical Evaluation provides a medical background on which physical activity decisions will be made by the individual athlete’s physician or the team physician and associated medical staff.
The Preparticipation Physical Evaluation was developed as a guide by the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Sports Medicine, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and American Osteopathic Academy of Sports.
OSMI only goes out to schools to perform sports physicals as a service. The physicals are not done in our regular office practice. However, you can learn more about Preparticipation Sports Physicals goals, objectives, timing, setting, and structure of the exam; details the history, physical examination, and clearance considerations.
In 2011 we opened the doors of the Orthopedic Sports Medicine Institute in Fort Worth—and what a wonderful two years it has been. We love coming to work every day because we get to do work we believe in with people we respect and enjoy. In fact, I believe our staff and our patients are what make OSMI a special place. Take a virtual tour of the new Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute (OSMI) for orthopedic surgery, arthroscopic joint surgery, sports medicine and physical therapy.
It may be our anniversary, but it’s you, the patient, who deserves all of the accolades. We are here because of you. Your dedication and commitment to your health continually inspires us to grow and refine our approach.
Thanks to you, we have expanded so rapidly in the past four years that we grew into a new space in 2014. Our new clinic is triple the size of our original location and allows the clinical and therapy sides of the practice to coexist under one roof. We have state-of-the-art technology that enables patients to return to regular activity even faster. Read about our new HydroWorx® Aquatic Physical Therapy Pool that uses the therapeutic properties of a water environment to provide effective rehabilitation exercise.
If the past four years are any indication, stick with us—because it’s only going to get better from here. Thanks again for allowing us to serve you in your journey to optimal health.
PATC e-newsletter Monday, November 16, 2015 – 26 year old female with knee injury
Project Access Tarrant County and Dr. Michael Boothby provide surgical and rehabilitation care to a 26 year old female with a knee injury who lacked insurance.
Twenty-six year old Isabella, married with one son, injured her knee over a year ago while playing soccer. Though she initially received medical care through the Texas Health Huguley Emergency Department, she was unable to receive the surgery needed for full recovery due to her lack of insurance. Although in pain, she was able to continue working due to a sedentary job. She looked for help online and found Southside Community Health Center who in turn referred her to PATC. There, Isabella was diagnosed with a Proximal ACL tear. After enrolling in PATC, she was able to go to Dr. Boothby at The Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute.
Dr. Boothby determined that surgery was indeed necessary. Isabella was scared about her surgery, but Dr. Boothby and the Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute staff answered all her questions and made her feel at ease. Their encouragement motivated her to keep going forward with her medical care, and she soon had her surgery at Baylor Surgicare of Fort Worth. Of Project Access Dr. Boothby says, "My involvement with Project Access started when I was introduced to a young man with a debilitating knee injury who required a major reconstructive knee surgery but who did not have insurance or the means to receive appropriate treatment. I was struck by how Project Access was uniquely positioned to coordinate top of the line care for patients."
Isabella is continuing to receive physical therapy through Dr. Boothby's office and her pain has decreased. She can now walk without the assistance of crutches. Isabella explained that if PATC did not exist, she still be looking for help. She is glad that PATC is available for low income families like her.