If you experience chronic joint pain or an injury, board-certified orthopedic surgeon and scoliosis specialist Terrence Anderson, MD, and his team are here for you at his private practice in Sugarland and Katy, Texas. Dr. Anderson also welcomes patients from Houston and surrounding areas. He completes orthopedic surgery using up-to-date, advanced technology and procedures to offer you relief and optimize musculoskeletal function. Schedule an appointment by calling the office or using the online booking tool today.
Orthopedic surgery is a procedure in which Dr. Anderson diagnoses or treats musculoskeletal degeneration or injuries using a narrow tube with a video camera attached to it. He might recommend orthopedic surgery if you have:
The procedure can treat joint problems in your hips, knees, ankles, shoulders, elbows, wrists, or spine. Arthroscopy allows Dr. Anderson to view and repair the inside of joints using tiny incisions.
Some of the many benefits associated with arthroscopic surgery with Dr. Anderson include:
Dr. Anderson is a highly skilled orthopedic surgeon. He uses up-to-date, advanced technology and procedures to give you the best outcomes.
Follow Dr. Anderson’s instructions before your scheduled surgery. Arrange for someone to drive you home afterward and avoid taking certain dietary supplements or medications before the procedure. You may require routine blood work, X-rays, or other imaging procedures. Don’t eat or drink anything the morning of surgery if Dr. Anderson asks you to.
Prior to orthopedic surgery with Dr. Anderson and his team, you're given local, regional, or general anesthesia, so you don’t feel any pain. He makes a tiny incision, inserts an arthroscope to get a better view of your joints, removes or repairs tissues using surgical instruments, and closes the incisions. Your procedure might last about an hour or two.
After the procedure, you rest in a recovery area for a few hours. You can often go home the same day but must have someone drive you there. Follow all of Dr. Anderson’s post-surgery instructions.
Get plenty of rest, take medications as prescribed, ice the affected area, and wear a brace or splint if Dr. Anderson recommends it. You might require crutches temporarily until you heal. Physical therapy optimizes your recovery. Attend all follow-up appointments, and call Dr. Anderson if you experience worsening pain or signs of infection.
You might be able to resume light activity within a few days, drive after 1-3 weeks, and complete strenuous exercise several weeks later.
Don’t live with a debilitating musculoskeletal injury or chronic pain when there are effective treatments at your disposal. Schedule an appointment with Terrence Anderson, MD, by calling the office or using the online booking tool today.