The Baylor Scott & White – Plano Complex Joint and Musculoskeletal Tumor Program offers a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal disease, including benign and malignant tumors.
Patients from across the country with serious conditions affecting bones, joints and soft tissue have turned to the program for help saving and/or restoring their quality of life.
Treatment plans available through the program are tailored to each individual, but the goal is always the same: pain-free recoveries that restore function, salvage limbs and eliminate the underlying cause of the problem.
A multidisciplinary team reviews individualized treatment plans on a weekly basis. This highly specialized team includes radiologists, oncologists, pathologists, orthopedists, internists, infectious disease specialists, hyperbaric medicine specialists, plastic surgeons and other subspecialists, as appropriate.
This team approach—combined with advanced technology and forward-thinking research—provides each patient with proper diagnosis and allows a full breadth treatment options to be explored, implemented, monitored and adjusted on an ongoing basis to help promote a quality outcome.