Dr. James Sterling, physical medicine and rehabilitation physician on the medical staff of Texas Orthopaedic Associates, was interviewed on KDFW (Ch. 4) about baseline testing for concussion. Baseline testing helps to improve concussion care for local athletes and helps North Texas high schools comply with a new state law that requires that an athlete who shows signs of a concussion must receive a doctor’s written permission before returning to competition. Click here to see the story.
Dr. James Montgomery, orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff of Texas Orthopaedic Associates, was mentioned in a story on KDAF (Ch. 33) about the website Friends in Kneed. The site provides a place for injured athletes who have sustained knee injuries to share what they are going through, ask questions, and gather support. The site was also mentioned on KXAS (Ch. 5) and KRLD (1080). Click here to see the KDAF report and here to see the KXAS story.
When temperatures hit triple digits, the last thing on most Plano residents’ to-do lists is go outside and exercise strenuously.
Dr. Michael Landers, a sports medicine physician with Texas Orthopaedic Associates in Plano, shares sound advice for dealing with the Texas heat… Read More…
Featured in Dallas Weekly, StreamingOR an innovative video technology that offers new options to doctors and patients devloped by Dallas entrepreneur Clayton Redmon, owner of StreamVenue Healthcare.
Dr. Jim Montgomery, considered one of the nation’s leading specialists in sports medicine and knee surgery, is an avid user of Redmon’s device. (Read More Here)
Dr. Robert Scheinberg, an orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff of Texas Orthopaedic Associates, was interviewed for a story that ran Thursday on KTVT (Ch. 11). The story featured StreamingOR, an innovative technology being used to stream live surgeries. An athletic trainer and kinesiology students from the University of Texas at Arlington watched a live surgery remotely for educational and physical therapy planning purposes. Read the story here.
Dr. James Montgomery, an orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff of Texas Orthopaedic Associates, was interviewed for a story that ran Friday on WFAA (Ch. 8). The story featured Friends in Kneed, a resource for recovering athletes. A teen patient created the website following her surgery to encourage young athletes to support one another through sharing their experiences. Read the story here.
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The physicians at Texas Orthopaedic Associates are among the most highly trained and experienced specialists in the demanding disciplines of orthopaedics and sports medicine.
With fellowship-trained and board-certified physicians, the group offers expertise in the following orthopaedic subspecialties:
* Sports injuries and arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder and hip.
* Adult reconstructive surgery using the latest techniques for total joint replacement
* Injuries and disorders of the upper and lower extremities, including trauma and complex reconstruction and physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Texas Orthopaedic Associates doctors pride themselves on their accomplishments in both the professional world and the community. They are respected authors and educators and devote hundreds of hours to numerous professional, Olympic, college and high school athletes, as well as public school sports organizations throughout North Texas. The TOA doctors have been voted Best Doctors in Dallas by their peers for the past 10 years.
Dr. Michael Landers is board certified in family practice and holds a certificate of added qualifications in Sports Medicine. Throughout his career, he has demonstrated a deep commitment to sports medicine in secondary and higher education.
He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in Biochemistry in 1995. Following his graduation from medical school at Oklahoma State University-College of Osteopathic medicine in 2000, Dr. Landers completed his family practice residency in Tulsa, Oklahoma where he served as chief resident. He followed that accomplishment with a two-year sports medicine fellowship at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dr. Landers has been practicing since 2005 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi through Hattiesburg Clinic. During this tenure, he was the team physician for 20 high schools and Jones Junior College. Additionally, he served as the medical program coordinator for athletics training students at the University of Southern Mississippi.
He has been a featured lecturer and speaker at a number of national conferences and is a member of the AMA, AOA, AMSSM, and ACOFP.
Dr. Landers’ appreciation of athleticism and the body extends beyond the profession of sports medicine. He personally enjoys triathlons, SCUBA diving, water and snow skiing.
Our areas of expertise include treatment of the knee, shoulder, hip, elbow, foot, ankle, hand, wrist and spine as well as physical rehabilitation.