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Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children Sports Medicine
Orthopedic Surgeon
Today 8AM–4:30PM
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7000 W Plano Pkwy #110 Plano, TX 75093
7000 West Plano Parkway #110USTexasPlano75093
(469) 515-7100tsrhc.org
Orthopedic Surgeon, Doctor
Orthopedic Surgeon
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Today 8AM–4:30PM
Wednesday 8AM–4:30PMThursday 8AM–4:30PMFriday 8AM–4:30PMSaturday ClosedSunday ClosedMonday 8AM–4:30PMTuesday 8AM–4:30PM
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children Sports Medicine - A comprehensive practice specializing in the treatment your young athlete and getting them back on the field safely. 
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Lillian Warren
3 weeks ago
They help my daughter when she was little. They saved from having an unnecessary surgery.
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Jennifer Anderson
a month ago
The staff is very friendly and they were very professional with my child. I highly recommend this place!

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We're moving!
We have a new phone number, and soon, we will have a new address! Read this to know more about our exciting move to a larger location on September 21, 2015. http://www.tsrhc.org/news/index.php/were-moving-the-tsrhc-sports-medicine-practice 
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From Little League players injuring their elbow ligaments to soccer and basketball players tearing their ACLs, sports injuries related to overuse are becoming more common in younger athletes.
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The findings suggest that more detailed and individualized screening is needed to prevent overuse injury in young ballplayers.
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The current standard for allowing most athletes to return to activity is based mostly on self-reports of symptoms and individual assessments of cognition or motor function
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