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Sports medicine experts utilize the latest diagnostic equipment and technologies to help get you back in top form.

 

Whether you’re an athlete or just living a full life, quick movement, body mechanics, overuse, poor posture or taking a misstep can do an "end-run" on your joints, tendons and ligaments—and sometimes your brain—by sustaining a concussion.

Comprehensive orthopedic care is our game plan for athletes, the active and those with sports-like injuries.

  • Improve your movement and increase your athleticism at the Sports Performance Center at the Baylor Scott & White Sports & Therapy Research at the Star in Frisco or at the Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center in Waco.
  • The new Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Center in Waco offers one specialized location solution to many sports-related healthcare needs.
  • If you are experiencing pain or have aggravated a previous injury, speak to your doctor and find a rehabilitation location convenient for you.
  • Learn more about our sports concussion treatment program.
  • Orthopedic sports medicine surgeons on the medical staff are skilled at treating and repairing all types of injuries resulting from participating in sports or even injuries that result from everyday life.
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Nominate a Texas High School student for a $1,000 healthcare scholarship

 

Do you know a junior or senior Texas high school student who has an interest in a healthcare career and helps your school or community to Be Better?

Your nominee would model the Baylor Scott & White Health values:

  • Serve faithfully
  • Act honestly
  • Never settle
  • Have a "we're in it together" attitude

Text Be Better to 31996 to receive a nomination link today! Up to four winners will receive a $1,000 scholarship to be paid to the school of their choice.

Nominations end June 30, 2020.

2018-2019 UIL Healthcare Scholarship Recipients


Recipient

High School

Grade

Student Profile

Kole Bridges Pleasant Grove High School Senior Kole is in Career Exploration Program looking for his path in the medical field. He has served in Honduras on our Medical Mission team and has a heart for people. He already has his bloodborne pathogens certification, he is HIPPA-certified and he is midway through completing his phlebotomy certification. This scholarship would greatly benefit him toward his medical goals for college.
Lauren Bailey Liberty Hill High School Junior Lauren dreams of a career helping others. As a young girl, Lauren wanted to become a veterinarian; however, as she got older, she has turned her attention to becoming a nurse anesthetist. Lauren is an excellent student and is active in dance, FFA and choir. She has made herself indispensable to the Liberty Bells dance team (as their manager). Lauren is the most responsible, respectful teen I have ever known.
Anna Beck Aledo High School Senior Anna personifies grace and perseverance. At the end of her seventh grade year she lost 90% of her hair to autoimmune alopecia. Despite severe social and health pressures, she continues to support her school in athletics by leading the athletic training team; she maintains a 4.0 GPA; she holds leadership offices, she serves her church as an acolyte, thurifer, chalice bearer, subdeacon and Sunday school teacher; she holds leadership positions in academic clubs; she advertises for theater musicals; and she holds down two jobs.
Miriam Harris South Grand Prairie High School Junior Miriam is a very focused and driven student. She currently serves as an athletic trainer year-round and is on the sports medicine career pathway. She is an A/B student who has overcome her struggles with dyslexia and has received academic awards for her performance on the STAAR test. She also works year-round as a life guard and serves in the nursery at her church. Miriam understands the importance of the medical field and literally assisted with CPR, reviving and saving her nephew's life this year.

Orthopedic conditions we treat include:

 
 
  • Hand/Wrist Pain
    • Biceps tendon ruptures
    • Ulnar collateral ligament sprains or tears (Tommy John surgery)
    • Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
    • Medial epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow)
  • Hip Pain
    • Hip arthroscopy to diagnose or treat the source of pain
    • Hip dislocations
  • Shoulder and Elbow Pain
    • Acromioclavicular (AC) joint/shoulder separation
    • Dislocated shoulder
    • SLAP tears (injured labrum)
    • SLAP tears (injured labrum)
  • Ankle and Foot Pain
    • Ankle instability
    • Achilles tendinitis or ruptures
    • Stress fractures
  • Knee Pain
    • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair
    • Meniscus cartilage repair
    • Knee arthroscopy to diagnose or clean up problems
    • Cartilage resurfacing to fill in cartilage and prolong the life of the knee
    • Knee cartilage transplants

Baylor Scott & White Health’s new game-changing facility in Waco is now open

The Ted and Sue Getterman Sports and Orthopedic Center on the campus of Baylor Scott & White – Hillcrest is a 106,000-square-foot, four-story, freestanding facility that is now open.

Facility highlights include:

  • Diagnostic imaging offering advanced diagnostic radiology
  • Surgery center for orthopedic procedures, located conveniently in the same complex as medical practices and rehabilitation services
  • Physical rehabilitation with indoor and outdoor physical therapy areas
  • Fusionetics Performance Health System
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  • Sports performance healthcare focused on safety and research

    Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research includes a unique collaboration of injury prevention, performance, recovery, education and research—all located within an advanced 300,000-square-foot, nine-story facility.

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